Your work can be published as a journal paper in RA Letters, and also present your work at RoboSoft 2019. Details are provided on the RA-L webpage and please visit for submission.
When submitting to RA-L with RoboSoft option, please use one of the following 4 keywords as your 1st keyword.  
"Modeling, Control, and Learning for Soft Robots"
"Soft Sensors and Actuators"
"Soft Robot Materials and Design"
"Soft Robot Applications”
Six pages paper in standard IEEE format can be submitted and a maximum of two additional pages can be purchased. All papers are submitted in PDF format and the page count is inclusive of figures and references. We strongly encourage authors to submit a video clip to complement the submission. For submission, please visit and follow the instructions.
Information for manuscript preparation is available here.
We invite proposals for half-day or full-day workshops and tutorials. Workshops should be structured to promote informal discussion on an active or controversial research area. Tutorials should be structured to provide an opportunity for in-depth presentations on a focused topic. The primary criteria for selection are anticipated level of interest, potential impact, and strength of the proposing team. We encourage proposals that address highly creative topics and unique disciplinary intersections.
Submission Guidelines
A proposal must be a PDF file submitted via PaperPlaza.
The proposal must include:
----- 1. Type and duration (specify workshop or tutorial, half-day or full-day)
----- 2. Title
----- 3. Organizers
----- 4. Abstract (200 word maximum)
----- 5. Description (500 word maximum)
----- 6. List of speakers (note confirmed and unconfirmed)
----- 7. Tentative schedule
----- 8. Plan to solicit participation (250 word maximum)
----- 9. Plan to encourage interaction among participants (250 word maximum)
----- 10. Equipment (anything needed other than a projector and screen)
Upon selection, workshop/tutorial organizers will also be required to prepare a workshop or tutorial description (one page) in time for the RoboSoft 2019 handout.
Submission Link
For workshops and tutorials submission, please visit and follow the instructions.
Hosting Dinner and Free Registration
Workshop/Tutorial Organizer will be provided coupon to host a dinner with his/her speakers and two free registrations.
Six meeting rooms at COEX which can accommodate 100 people each will be prepared for the workshops and tutorials.
Contact - Workshop/Tutorial Chairs
Adam Stokes (University of Edinburgh)
Joonbum Bae (UNIST)
Matteo Cianchetti (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna)
For pre-selection material submission for the competition please visit this page and follow the instructions. Each submitted application should be composed of one video (max 5 minutes long) and one technical document. Additional information is available in the rulebook.
The rulebook of the competition can be downloaded here.
The template of the technical document can be downloaded here.
Contact - Competition Chairs
Marcello Calisti (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna)
Yigit Menguc (Oregon State University)
Ryuma Niiyama (University of Tokyo)
Junghwan Byun (Seoul National University)