SGIR 2021: The 4th Sino-German Symposium on Intelligent Robots

Session 1: 27th Feb. 2021

On Zoom Meeting

Live Broadcast: China RoboSpeak



G.C.I. (



CRB Robotics AG

 CRB Antriebstechnik GmbH

Wandelbots ∙ Germany

The School of Automation of Chongqing University

RoboSpeak China

CSC Scholarship Association in Kahrsruhe

The Chinese Students and Scholars Association in Bielefeld

The Chinese Students and Scholars Association in Rhine-Main Metropolitan Region

The Chinese Students and Scholars Association in Munich

CSC Scholarship Association in Munich

The Chinese Students and Scholars Association in Saarland

The Chinese Students and Scholars Association in Birkenfeld


Since 2016 the Sino-German Symposium on Intelligent Robots (SGIR) has successfully been held three times. It is organized by G.C.I.(Gesellschaft Chinesischer Informatiker in Deutschland e.V.), the society of Chinese computer scientists in Germany. The Symposium series had won extensive support and attention by a number of roboticists, scholars and S&T innovative enterprises in Germany, China and Europe. To strengthen the Sino-German professional communication on robot innovative research in universities, robotics applications in industry, G.C.I. is going to hold the 4th Sino-Germany Symposium on Intelligent Robots (SGIR) in 2021.

The symposium aims to enhance the communications among scientific researchers in intelligent technologies and engineering. Many well-known scholars, experts and business leaders in computer science, industrial automation and robotics will be invited, to have professional discussion about the topics on intelligent robots, machine learning, and advanced manufacturing. In the symposium, professors, scientists and engineers from academic and industrial areas will present cutting-edge robotics theories and technologies, as well as exploring and discussing the future trend of intelligent robots.

Due to the current situation of the pandemic, the symposium this year is mainly online and will be hold in several sessions. The first session will focus on the "Sino-German Robot Funding Project and the Latest News about Intelligent Robots in R&D". The reports will be given by industrial leaders, experts, researchers, engineers and young scholars who are active in robotics and intelligent technologies. Through this session, we expect to:

  • Exchange the experiences on Sino-German scientific research cooperation projects, such as NSFC-DFG, cooperation between the Ministry of Science and Technology and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, etc.
  • Introduce the most state-of-the-art research in robotics and intelligent technologies in recent years.
  • Strengthen mutual understanding on multi-disciplinary academic communications, among experts and audiences, and pave the way for future cooperation.
  • Service the needs by researchers, engineers and industries. Promote the implementation and industrialization of artificial intelligence and robotics projects.
  • Service the demand of talents in intelligent robots, strengthen the consensus between scientific research institutions, industries and outstanding scientific researchers and graduates in German universities.

 About the previous symposiums

Invited Speakers (plan)

- Academic


- Industry


Conference Form

The session consists of several keynote speeches. The presentations are organized in single track. Attendees have the opportunity to attend all presentations.


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The report language is Chinese or English. There will be 30 minutes for each report (usually 25 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions). Presentation slides can be written in Chinese or English. Microsoft PowerPoint is recommended.

Technical Program Committee

Dr. Zeng, Limin (Wandelbots, Germany, TU Dresden)

Dr. Li, Rui (Chongqing University, China)

Dr. Chen, NuTan (VW Group, Germany)

Dr. Zhou, MingChuan (Technical University of Munich)

Dr. Bing, ZhenShan (Technical University of Munich)

Dr. Zhou, You (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

Mr. Wang, Wei (Deputy Editor, Robot Technique and Application, China)

Dr. Li, Qiang (President of G.C.I.. Bielefeld University)

Organizing committee

Dr. Xibin Zhu, Jiahua Xu, Chao Yan, Yuan Tian, Yabin Ma, Yingjin Yu