Please submit your papaer to: or submit via Online Submission System

All submitted papers need to be original, must not be previously published or accepted for publication elsewhere. must not be under review by any other conference or publication during the review cycle. Please find the paper format here(submitted papers need to follow the required fonts strictly): 

Paper Submission(Authors): Paper Format

Abstract Submission(Presenters): Abstract Format                                    


All accepted papers will be published in the digital conference proceedings which will send to be Indexed by all major citation databases such as Ei Compendex, SCOPUS, Google Scholar, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA), Inspec, SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR), EBSCO, CrossRef, Thomson Reuters (WoS), etc. 

Selected Papers from JCRAI 2019 will be published in journals.


If you have any question or need any assistance regarding the conference, please feel free to contact our conference specialist. 

Ms. Jessie Y.Y. Chu


Tel:+852-30696823 (English) 

Monday-Friday, 9:30 am-12:00 pm and 1:30 pm-6:00 pm

Key Dates

Abstract Submission: Sept. 30, 2019

Full Submission: Oct. 25, 2019

Author Notification: before Oct. 31, 2019

Final Version: before Nov. 5, 2019

Registration: before Nov. 5, 2019

Main Conference: Nov. 22-24, 2019

Join as Presenter

If you are interested in giving presentation on conference, without publishing your paper in the proceeding, you can choose to attend the conference as a Presenter. As presenter, you shall submit an abstract of your presentation before register. For further information, please contact us at:

JCRAI 2019

2019 2nd International Joint Conference on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (JCRAI 2019) will be held in Prague, Czech Republic on Nov 22-24, 2019

JCRAI 2019 welcomes researchers, engineers, scientists and industry professionals to an open forum where advances in the field of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence can be shared and examined. The conference is an ideal platform for keeping up with advances and changes to a consistently morphing field. Leading researchers and industry experts from around the globe will be presenting the latest studies through papers and oral presentations. 

The 1st JCRAI has been successfully held in Wellington, New Zealand on Dec 10-12, 2018. 



Dr. Spilios Fassois


Dr. Angel P. Del Pobil


Prof. Mariofanna Milanova


 Dr. Jonghwa Kim


 Dr. Alessandro Casavola


 Dr. Antonis Vardulakis


Dr. Juan Manuel Corchado

Poster Guildline


Poster Size: A0

Posters are a key component of communicating your science and an important element in a successful scientific career. Posters, while delivering the same high-quality science, offer a different medium from either oral presentations or published papers, and should be treated accordingly. Posters should be considered a snapshot of your work intended to engage colleagues in a dialog about the work, or, if you are not present, to be a summary that will encourage the reader to want to learn more. 

The poster is usually a mixture of a brief text mixed with tables, graphs, pictures, and other presentation formats. At a conference, the researcher stands by the poster display while other participants can come and view the presentation and interact with the author.

Oral Presentation Guidline


15 mins(including 2-3 mins Q&A)

People vary in their ability to speak confidently in public, but everyone gets nervous and everyone can learn how to improve their presentation skills by applying a few simple techniques.

The main points to pay attention to in delivery are the quality of your voice, your rapport with the audience, use of notes and use of visual aids. Voice quality involves attention to volume, speed and fluency, clarity and pronunciation. The quality of your voice in a presentation will improve dramatically if you are able to practise beforehand in a room similar to the one you will be presenting in. 

Rapport with the audience involves attention to eye contact, sensitivity to how the audience is responding to your talk and what you look like from the point of view of the audience. These can be improved by practising in front of one or two friends or video-taping your rehearsal.