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Applied Artificial Spatial Cognition 2020 is a satellite event for the Spatial Cognition 2020 conference. It is a full-day event concerned with applied research results in the field of spatial cognition. Participants will have the opportunity to see presentations and practical demonstrations of acquisition, development, representation, organization and use of spatial object knowledge.

The goal of this event is to bring together researchers implementing spatial cognition concepts in such rapidly changing fields as:

  • Artificial intelligence and machine vision for spatial cognition
  • Robotics and smart industrial systems
  • Self-driving vehicles with spatial awareness
  • Other fields related to artificial agents and human-computer interaction

As with the main conference, submissions for oral presentations are solicited in the form of short papers presenting original and unpublished work matching the scope of applied spatial cognition in artificial agents. These short papers should not exceed 1,200 words (including figures, tables, and references). All submissions are taking place via SC2020 EasyChair platform. When submitting, indicate (right after the title of submission) that this is a paper intended for the track of Applied Artificial Spatial Cognition. more information on submission process can be found in the Call For Papers.

A selection of best short paper submissions will be offered an opportunity to submit a full article for publication in a special issue of Journal “Automatic Control and Computer Sciences”.


August 25, 2020

Preliminary program

  • 9:00 Registration
  • 9:30 Morning session
  • 11:00 Coffee break
  • 11:20 Midday session
  • 12:50 Lunch on site
  • 13:50 Keynote (To be determined)
  • 14:50 Afternoon session
  • 16:20 Demonstrations, networking, round table discussions
  • 18:00 Welcome cocktail/social event


Free of charge to SC2020 participants.


EDI (Institute of Electronics and Computer Science)
Dzerbenes 14, Riga, Latvia