Autoware@IV2019 is a chance for Autoware developers of all levels, beginner to expert, to spend an extraordinary days learning from and networking with the Autoware community. Get tips and tricks from experts and meet and share ideas with fellow developers.
The one-day program will comprise technical talks and tutorials that will introduce you to the different Autoware projects and libraries. The bulk of the program will be 10-30 minute presentations (some may be longer or shorter).
Presentations on all topics related to Autoware are invited. Examples include: introducing attendees to an Autoware package or library or application, exploring how to use tools, etc.
Women, members of minority groups, and members of other under-represented groups are encouraged to submit presentation proposals for Autoware@IV2019.
Proposals will be reviewed by a program committee that will evaluate fit, impact, and balance.
We cannot offer presentations that are not proposed! If there is a topic on which you would like to present, please propose it. If you have an idea for an important topic that you do not want to present yourself, please post it for discussion at Autoware Discourse or Slack.
SUBMISSION PERIOD HAS ENDED
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The full details of the program will be announced after the proposal submissions have been selected. Until April 30th, 2019 we encourage you to submit your proposal. For planning purposes here’s the expected start and end time.
All Autoware-related work is invited.
Topics of interest include:
Safety and security
Product development & commercialization
Research and education
Community organization and direction
Testing, quality, and documentation
Competitions and collaborations
Related open source projects
These are 2-3mins short formless talks.
If you are interested in giving a lightning talk here’s an overview of how it will work.
In the morning through the morning break we will provide a form for submitting your name and talk title for a lottery to select the days presenters. Before lunch the lightning talk selection will be announced and the presenters should bring any slides they want to present to the organizers during lunch. Slides are not required, and there’s no particular format. Though it must work on the organizers laptop so common portable formats such as pdfs are recommended. Videos are also ok but should be edited to fit inside the time limit and should not rely on the audio from the video. Given the time constraint, we would recommend against trying to do a live demo.
For inspiration click here: http://www.ros.org/news/2016/04/roscon-lightning-talk-highlights.html
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