HRI2022 Conference Meet-Up
The ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction 2022 (HRI2022) is held virtually this year. Bringing together researchers on HRI in the United States and Colorado, we offer the opportunity for the HRI community to physically meet in Denver on March 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th.
This meet-up offers in-person experiences of the HRI2022 conference. Participants from anywhere are welcome as long as they meet travel and local covid requirements to attend in-person events.
You will be able to watch a selection of keynotes and oral presentations live (afternoons) and a recording of the evening sessions in Japan in the mornings. You also have the chance to network with HRI colleagues from across the region, join networking sessions related to HRI 2022, and discuss research in an informal atmosphere.
This event will take place at the Ritchie School of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Denver. You can find the address and detailed travel information under “Travel to Venue”
We will meet on the following dates and times (All times are in Mountain Time):
March 7th, Monday, 14:00 – 18:30
March 8th, Tuesday, 09:00-13:00 and 14:30 – 18:30
March 9th, Wednesday, 09:00–13:00 and 14:30-18:30
March 10th, Thursday, 09:00-13:00Click here for a detailed conference schedule
Kerstin Haring, University of Denver
Tom Williams, Colorado School of Mines
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FAQs About the HRI2022 Conference Meet-up
How do I register to attend the HRI2022 Meet-up?
This event does not require registration, but we are requesting participants to fill out the RSVP form on this page. We need an approximate headcount so that we can best plan for this event.
Are there any fees associated with the HRI2022 Meet-up?
We currently anticipate a small fee (~$10) per person attending this event to cover costs. The final fee may vary depending on sponsorship.
All participants for this event are encouraged to register with the HRI2022 conference directly to take full advantage of the networking benefits.
What is the best way to keep in touch with conference participants?
Make sure to use the #HRI2022 and #HRI2022inCO hashtags on social media to engage with other participants!
What accommodations are available?
Denver offers a wide range of accommodations. The meet-up venue is in the University area and can be accessed easily via car or public transport.
How do I travel to the venue?
The Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science's address is: University of Denver, 2155 E Wesley Ave, Denver, CO 80208.
Parking is available for about $10 per day, charged per 15 minutes in Lot U (south of the building, E. Wesley & Gaylord) or in Lot 304 (north of the building, E. Iliff Ave.). Free street parking may be available on the south side of the building.
Public Transport Options:
You can take the RTD to the University of Denver Station, then use the campus shuttle or walk. The walk is about 18 minutes long. Important bus stops near the Ritchie School are:
S University Blvd & Wesley Ave, Stop ID: 16850
Evans Ave & S University Blvd, Stop ID: 13638
Evans Ave & S Race St, Stop ID: 13627
What are the COVID Protocols for the HRI2022 Meet-up?
You will be required to be fully vaccinated and wear a mask while inside the building unless you are consuming food or beverages. In order for visitors to access DU's campus, there are certain requirements to follow. Please read the COVID-19 Visitor Protocol form and fill out the required Visitor Screening Survey within 12 hours prior to your arrival to campus.
Please visit the University of Denver’s covid protocol website for up-to-date and detailed information.
This event is independent and not sponsored by the ACM or the IEEE. The main HRI2022 Conference is sponsored by both professional organizations.
For more information, please visit the HRI2022 homepage.