The workshop will be live on zoom (for the zoom link please contact the workshop organizers). Each regular talk is 15 minutes long, with 5 extra minutes for discussion, short presentations are of 5 minutes and 5 extra minutes for discussion.

Program time zone: CEST, Tuesday May 10
(Auckland time in parantheses, Wednesday May 11)

16:00-16:10 (2:00-2:10) Opening

16:10-17:30 (2:10-3:30) SESSION I (Multi-Robot Systems)

Proactive Multi-Robot Task Allocation Under Spatiotemporal Uncertainty.
Charlie Street, Bruno Lacerda, Manuel Mühlig and Nick Hawes.
Multi-robot Dynamic Swarm Disablement.
Ori Fogler and Noa Agmon
RASS: Risk-Aware Swarm Storage.
Samuel Arseneault, David Vielfaure and Giovanni Beltrame
Environment-Agnostic Local Coverage for Multiple Mobile Cameras. (Short Presentation)
Connie Zhang and Gaurav Sukhatme
On the use of fuzzy preorders for multi-robot communication. (Short presentation)
Javier Antich, José Guerrero, Juan-José Miñana and Oscar Valero

17:30-17:45 (3:30-3:45) Break

17:45-20:05 (3:45-6:05) SESSION II (Robotic Learning, and Human-Robot Interaction)

Multi-robot Learning and Coverage of Unknown Spatial Fields.
Maria Santos, Udari Madhushani, Alessia Benevento and Naomi Leonard
Symmetry Agnostic Learning for Multi-Robot Zero-Shot Coordination.
Kegan Strawn and Nora Ayanian
Here and There: Knowledge-based Reasoning and Data-driven Learning on an Assistive Robot.
Mohan Sridharan, Chloe Benz, Arthur Findelair and Kevin Gloaguen
Quantifying Human Rationality in Ad-Hoc Teamwork.
Yair Hanina, Reuth Mirsky, William Macke and Peter Stone.
A Lattice Model of Manipulable Environments for Provable Manipulation.
John Harwell, London Lowmanstone and Maria Gini
Minimizing Robot Navigation-Graph for Position-Based Predictability by Humans.
Sriram Gopalakrishnan and Subbarao Kambhampati
Joint Communication and Motion Planning for Cobots.
Mehdi Dadvar, Keyvan Majd, Elena Oikonomou, Georgios Fainekos and Siddharth Srivastava

20:05 Closing Remarks