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## CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS: ROS Developers Conference 2019 (ROSDevCon2019) ##


CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS: ROS Developers Conference 2019 (ROSDevCon2019)

ROS Developers Conference 2019: An online conference for ROS developers worldwide
Date: June 15-16, 2019
Conference website:

Dear colleagues,

This is a reminder of our call for contributions.


The ROSDevCon 2019 is a hands-on online conference for ROS developers. The conference aims to connect ROS developers around the world without geographical restrictions and to advance ROS levels through real-time practice.

During the conference, all participants will practice in real-time on any type of computer while the speakers are presenting. With a ready-made ROSject, participants will be able to launch the robot simulation, access the project’s code, start developing control algorithms…without any previous setup. All the participants will have:

  • Access to the conference LIVE streaming
  • Full access to the ROS Development Studio (ROSDS) for programming
  • Full access to the online chat tool with all participants and ROS experts
  • Access to all packages with pre-defined code
  • An e-book of ROS2 Basics.


  • Submission Deadline: April 30, 2019
  • Notification of acceptance: May 15, 2019
  • Final tutorial submission: June 7, 2019


If you are interested to submit a proposal, the instructions to do so are as follows:

  • Tutorials can target any field of ROS or ROS2 and should focus on practice, in order to provide a real practical conference for participants and to exchange results and ideas. (if you want to know more about how it works, please check the previous ROSDevCon2018)
  • The tutorial should last 30 min + 10 min for Q&A.
  • The submission of a tutorial must contain the following information:
    • Title
    • A brief introduction about yourself
    • Statement of objectives: what is your speech about and what are you going to make attendants practice
  • Submit your proposals to:

If your tutorial is accepted, you will have to prepare the following material (with our support):

  • A notebook with the tutorial
  • Package with the pre-defined code for participants


  • Dominik Nowak (CEO at Husarion)

The Construct
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