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Aims & Scope

Introducing Robotics Reports – a multidisciplinary open access journal launching in 2023. Broad in scope, Robotics Reports is dedicated to providing an open and accessible academic resource to researchers and stakeholders around the world.

The influence of robots and robotics research is exponentially expanding. To support this growth of influence, Robotics Reports will provide every author and reader the opportunity to easily access the latest technological advances in robotics research, artificial intelligence, androids, autonomous machines, developments in robotics and advanced materials, large-scale systems, micro/nano robots, bio-inspired designs, robotics in deep-sea and space exploration, transportation, medical devices, surgical advancements, clinical applications and more. 

Expansive in scope and mission, Robotics Reports commits to offering every opportunity to researchers in the field by considering a variety of academic contributions from research and review papers to commentaries, short reports, meta-analyses, null-hypothesis papers, protocols, methods, and Letters to the Editor.

The journal is dedicated to serving the community as an easily accessible, open, and efficient scientific resource that supports the academic work taking place in this dynamic field. 

We warmly welcome the entire robotics research and commercial community — established researchers and young investigators alike — to consider publishing their work in Robotics Reports as we strive to transform the future of open science and open robotics for the greatest good to science and humanity.

Robotics Reports coverage includes:

  • Advanced materials
  • Actuators and sensors
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Autonomous machines
  • Field robotics
  • Humanoids 
  • Human-Robot interaction
  • Medical technologies and Surgical applications
  • Materials science
  • Multi-robot control
  • Robotics in space and deep-sea exploration
  • Micro- and nano-robotics
  • Industrial robotics
  • Machine learning
  • Bio-inspired design, biohybrid devices and living machines
  • Biomechanics and control of soft animals and tissues
  • Control and simulation of highly deformable structures
  • Design and fabrication of conformable machines
  • More 

Robotics Reports is under the editorial leadership of Editor-in-Chief Surya Nurzaman, PhD, Senior Lecturer at Monash University Malaysia.

Audience: Roboticists, artificial intelligence experts, computer scientists, machine learning experts, electronic engineers, mechanical engineers, optical engineers, neuromechanical designers and engineers, systems engineers, biomedical and biomechanical engineers, and tissue engineers, among others.

The views, opinions, findings, conclusions and recommendations set forth in any Journal article are solely those of the authors of those articles and do not necessarily reflect the views, policy or position of the Journal, its Publisher, its editorial staff or any affiliated Societies and should not be attributed to any of them.