Oncological Robotic Surgery: a IEO exhibition
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«As soon as I saw the tangible possibility that robotic surgery could vastly improve our chances of fighting cancer I thought, without any hesitation, that robot assisted procedures should have been our main direction of technological evolution".

These are the words of IEO founder Professor Umberto Veronesi, who since the beginning of IEO clinical activities has believed that the fight against cancer should walk beside the one towards a minimal invasive approach to a cure.

IEO is the only euopean comprehensive cancer center in which all the clinical Programs take advantage of robot assisted surgery techniques .

During the tenth year anniversary since the first robotic procedure in IEO the Institute would like to tell you the story of how oncological Robotic Surgery started, how it evolved along with the technology progress and how we imagine it will and could be in the next future.

In order to do so IEO established a dedicated exhibition in its Building 1 starting from November 8th to November 30th.

The exhibition, free and open to the public, aims to tell the story and the future of robot assisted surgery procedure in Oncology in order to underline its importance in treating many complicated an aggressive disease, such cancer, with a minimal invasiva approach that benefits the patients and the effectiveness of the treatment.

Target audience
General public, doctors, high school and university students, Teachers
 
IEO - European Institute of Oncology
decennale.robotica@ieo.it
 
IEO - European Institute of Oncology Hall A Building 1
via Ripamonti 435
20141 Milan
Italy
 
Are robots the surgeons of tomorrow?
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2006-2016: ten years of IEO Robotic Surgery.

2016 marks the tenth year anniversary of the firsts robot assisted surgical acitivities here at IEO.
After ten years of hard work, studies, reasearch and progress the Institutes decided to celebrate this mark with a special exhibition and opening event.

On Tuesday, November 8th, a special event will open the exhibition with a round table discussion that will see the best IEO surgeons talk about the future of robot assisted surgeries in oncology with the title: "Are robots the surgeons of tomorrow?".


Agenda:

11.00 Carlo Buora, IEO President

11.15 Giulio Gallera, Welfare Council Member, Lombardia Region

11.25 Roberta Cocco, Digital Transformationa and Civic Duties Council Member, Milano City

11.45 Gianluca Vago, Dean of the University of Milan

12.00 Vipul Patel, Global Robotics Institute, Orlando (video conference)

12.05 Roberto Orecchia, IEO Scientific Director

12.15 Round table discussion "Are robots the surgeons of tomorrow?"

Moderates Maurizio Melis, journalist and Radio 24 host

IEO participants
Mohssen Ansarin, Head and Neck Tumors Program Director
Ottavio De Cobelli, Urologic Surgery Program Director
Angelo Maggioni, Gynecologic Cancer Surgery Program Director
Virgilio Sacchini, Senology Program Director
Lorenzo Spaggiari, Lung Tumors Program Director
Giuseppe Spinoglio, Hepatobiliary, Pancreatic and Digestive Program Director

13.00 Conclusions

Light lunch


Tuesday, November 8th, 2016 at 11 am
Location: Aula Magna Leonardo la Pietra
Istituto Europeo di Oncologia, Via Ripamonti, 435 - 20141 Milano

Target audience
General public, high school and university students, Teachers, doctors...
 
IEO - European Institute of Oncology
decennale.robotica@ieo.it
0039 3895798954
 
IEO - European Institute of Oncology Aula Magna Building 1
via Ripamonti 435
20141 Milan
Italy
 
Robots for having fun with STEM!
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Educational event where students of the IPSIS Gaslini Meucci will have the change to assemble and programme educational robots.

Target audience
Teachers, students
 

Prof. Marzia Pisciotta
info@scuoladirobotica.it
tel. 010 7403503 fax 010 7403044
 
IPSIS Gaslini Meucci
Via P. Pastorino 15
16162 Genova
Italy
 
ROBO Inventor Contest
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Create the project of your own robot, which will be useful for you, yours friends, parents, grandparents or for the entire mankind.
Each project should contain graphic  or drawing, which shows how your robot works and who can benefit from robot’s help.
To take part in the contest send your poster by post or e-mail to our adress. We are waiting for works to 25.11.2016 (date of dispatch).
Just use your imagination!

Target audience
Pupils from Primary Schools in Poznań.
 
Fundacja Rozwoju Edukacji Małego Inżyniera
Marcelina Antas
fundacja@malyinzynier.pl
+48 572 152 955
 
Fundacja Rozwoju Edukacji Małego Inżyniera
ul. Zagrodnicza 8a
61-054 Poznań
Poland
 
TFreeCAD, diseño e impresión 3D I
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PROFESORADO DE EDUCACIÓN SECUNDARIA
 
MULTIMEDIA EDUCATIVA SLU
Mertxe J. Badiola
info@multimediaeducativa.net
+34610016203
 
CIFP MENDIZABALA LHII
Portal de Lasarte 23
01007 VITORIA-GASTEIZ
Spain
 
Ratoncín sigue una línea
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Alumnado de 3 años ve como un ratón robótico sigue los circuítos que ellos trazan con una línea.

Target audience
El alumnado de ed. infantil 3 años
 
CEIP NTRA SRA DE LA FUENCISLA
 
CEIP NTRA SRA DE LA FUENCISLA
C/ Tomelloso 39
28026 Madrid
Spain
 
Didattiche 2016 - Teaching today
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Two days of exhibit and conferences on educational robotics to more than 500 teachers from all over Italy. School of Robotics will be managing a rich stand with many robots, and three conferences. In the attached, the workshops Program.

Target audience
Teachers
 
Erickson, School of Robotics
Emanuele Micheli
info@scuoladirobotica.it
+39 348 09 61 616
 
Convegno Erickson, Rimini
Palacongressi di Rimini, Via della Fiera 23 23
47921 Rimini
Italy
 
Erickson convention
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Workshops for teachers about EV3, WeDo 2.0 , Arduino and coding in general, training done by Scuola di Robotica, sponsorship by Campustore.it

Campustore supports Scuola di Robotica
Lisa Lanzarini
l.lanzarini@mediadirect.it
 
Palacongressi Rimini
Via della Fiera
47923 Rimini
Italy
 
Teaching today with technology
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Two days of exhibit and conferences on educational robotics to more than 500 teachers from all over Italy. School of Robotics will be managing a rich stand with many robots, and three conferences. In the attached, the workshops Program.

Target audience
Teachers
 
Erickson, School of Robotics
Emanuele Micheli
info@scuoladirobotica.it
+39 348 09 61 616
 
Rimini, Erickson Conference
Palacongressi di Rimini, Via della Fiera 23
47923 Rimini
Italy
 
A Journey with the Rosetta towards the Comet
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Inspired by the journey, and mission, of Rosetta space probe towards the Comet, Beth She Can Foundation organizes four days of robotics workshop for girls. Girsl will be designing, building, and programming their "Rosetta space probe" using Lego bricks and Lego Educatiomnal program.


Target audience
Girls from 7 to 9 years old.
 

Marie -Madeleine Gianni
mariemadeleine.gianni@gmail.com
+39 3883054657
 
WeMake
Via Stefanardo da Vimercate 27/5 (di fronte al civico 32) 20128 Milano metro M1 fermata Gorla
20128 Milano
Italy
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