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The 6th International Workshop on Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality
for Human-Robot Interaction (VAM-HRI)

Affiliated with HRI 2023

Due to the early registration deadline for HRI being January 20th, we have
implemented rolling submissions with updated deadlines. Make sure to

submit by Jan 17th if you want notification by January 20, 2023 UTC-12

before the HRI 2023 early registration deadline.

Final submissions will close February 18, 2023 UTC-12.

March 13, 2023


The 6th International Workshop on Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality
for Human-Robot Interaction (VAM-HRI) will bring together HRI, robotics,
and mixed reality researchers to address challenges in mixed reality
interactions between humans and robots in a hybrid workshop format,

allowing for participation both in-person and remotely. VAM-HRI 2023

will follow on the success of VAM-HRI 2018-22 and advance the cause of this

nascent research community.

VAM-HRI 2023 welcomes contributions on topics including but NOT

limited to:

- AR-based intent communication
- AR-based behavior explanation
- Social/Socially Assistive applications of VAM-HRI
- AR/VR for robot testing and diagnostics
- AR/VR for robot learning
- VR for HRI human-subject experimentation
- Mixed-reality language grounding
- AR-augmented natural language generation
- AR-enabled robot control
- AR/VR for safety around robots
- Architectures for AR/VR-based HRI
- Computational modeling within AR/VR-based HRI
- AR/VR for expanding social interactions
- VAM-HRI research in the time of COVID-19
- Social and ethical implications of VAM for HRI

VAM-HRI accepts submissions of length from 2-8 pages presenting
current or proposed work. Papers posted online without prior peer review
(e.g., already posted on ArXiv as a preprint but not already accepted into
another venue) can be submitted. References do not count towards
total page count. A submission link will be provided on the workshop

All accepted papers will be accompanied by talks and/or poster presentations
and will be archived on the workshop website.

Organizing Team
Maciej Wozniak | KTH Stockholm
Bryce Ikeda | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Eric Rosen | Brown University
Matthew B. Luebbers | University of Colorado Boulder
Michael E. Walker | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Christine T. Chang | University of Colorado Boulder
Thomas Groechel | University of Southern California

Steering Committee
Andre Pereira | KTH Stockholm
Jivko Sinapov | Tufts University
Stefanie Tellex | Brown University

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