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The European Robotics Forum 2023 (ERF2023), the most influential meeting of the robotics community in Europe, was held from 14 – 16 March 2023 in Odense, Denmark (ERF open house open to the public, already from Monday March the 13th at 13:00-17:00). The ERF2023 covered all aspects and current themes related to the field of robotics. Researchers, engineers, managers, and a growing number of entrepreneurs, business people, and public funding officers from all over Europe came together to discuss technology push and market pull and how innovation in robotics and robotics-related AI can be accelerated.

The poster presentation session during the ERF2023 was part of the academic track and was intended to reach out to the broader robotics community.

Important Dates

All deadlines are 12:00 CET

03-12-2022: Submission open
31-01-2023: Submission closes
13-02-2023: Notification of acceptance
20-02-2023: Deadline for final submissions of Late Breaking Results (posters)

Accepted presenters will prepare a poster which they will present at the ERF2023. We encourage you to integrate a QR-code to access a video in which your work is explained in more detail. For each poster, one of the authors needs to register for and be present at the ERF2023.
We ask the presenters to be physically at their poster during the first (morning) coffee break of every day.

Frequently Asked Questions

This session is to share the latest research in robotics research and development with the community. The submissions undergo a quick review process and are not held to the same standards as full papers.

We ask poster presenters to be physically at their poster during the first (morning) coffee break of every day of the conference. If possible, try to also be there during the second coffee break

One of the authors of each accepted poster is expected to be present at the poster during the entire session.

Yes. At least one author of each accepted poster needs to register for the ERF2023 (Registration without paper).
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The poster should describe robotics research or applications that will be of interest to the ERF audience. Posters are not formally peer-reviewed, but normal standards of academic integrity and presentation apply. References should be given to prior work.
Application papers, including projects in education, are welcome.

Yes. If you are proud of your work so far, and your ideas will be of interest to the ERF audience. Posters can be somewhat speculative.

At most 2 posters per registration are allowed.

For additional information, please contact the ERF 2023 program organisation at