The purpose of this full-day workshop is to provide a forum for researchers across various fields to discuss methods for integrating perception and manipulation in the context of a unified mobile manipulation system. Recent years have seen tremendous progress toward the goal of autonomous mobile robots that can interact with unstructured, dynamic, and human-centered environments. Research in mobile manipulation has gained momentum with the development of integrated systems, (like Willow Garage's PR2 robot, Intel's HERB, DLR's Justin, the iCub, HRP2, etc.) with the necessary onboard sensing, computation, manipulation and mobility capabilities to start tackling such environments. Mobile manipulation is a highly integrative, interdisciplinary field. The workshop will bring together researchers from academia and industry from diverse disciplines to discuss innovations, applications, success stories, and future prospects for mobile manipulation. While contributions in all the relevant fields will be welcome, this workshop will focus on methods of integrating perception with manipulation and how methods in one field may inform another. The workshop aims to spark vibrant discussion with speakers from a wide range of disciplines, as well as lively panel discussions that address the current state of the art and future directions.