Mailing list

The euRobotics mailing list is used for disseminating technical, academic, industrial, educational and practical information about robotics in general, and about the activities of euRobotics in particular. It has become the most important source of communication within the Robotics Community.

To be able to receive, post and read the archive of messages please subscribe on:

https://lists.iais.fraunhofer.de/sympa/subscribe/euron-dist

Please keep in mind that:

  • Posts are moderated, primarily to fight spam but also to make sure that messages are explicitly targeting robotics researchers, users, or industries. Please allow some delays between posting a message and it appearing on the list. 
  • There is a policy not to accept attachments, HTML formatting, and to keep messages below 20kb. Please make use of links to webpages in your posting if you want to convey a lot of information.



History

The euRobotics mailing list is the major means of communication among the European robotics community. The system was established in 2001 under the EURON NoE project, financed 100% by the European Commission. Software and server space were provided by the Fraunhofer Institute IAIS in Germany; moderation was executed by KUL in Leuven. As EURON distribution list, as it was called, it grew steadily. As a result of the merger of EURON and EUROP, it was handed over to euRobotics, the successor organisation of EURON and EUROP.
The euRobotics mailing list has now more than 3600 recipients, with about 10 new subscribers added every week.



FAQ

  • Do I have to be a member to join the mailing list?

No, you do not have to be a euRobotics member to join the mailing list.

  • How do I subscribe to the mailing list?

All you have to do is to visit this website and insert your e-mail. You will be sent an email requesting confirmation.

  • What goes on on the mailing list?

Anything that people send, that the mailing list moderator thinks is of interest to the group. In practise, mostly job opportunities and event notifications, sometimes more philosophical and ethical questions about robotics for discussion. NO commercial adverts.

  • Can I see old messages from euron-dist (until January 2014) and euRobotics-dist?

Yes, on https://lists.iais.fraunhofer.de/sympa/arc/euron-dist

  • Who gets my email address?

This is a protected collection of e-mail addresses, which means that the list of subscribers is not available