Karrieretag Intelligente Automatisierung & Reinheitstechnik (Juli 2018)
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Stuttgart ist eines der Top-Zentren der angewandten Forschung weltweit mit einer einzigartigen Ausstattung. Am 17. Juli öffnen die Abteilungen »Roboter- und Assistenzsysteme« und »Reinst- und Mikroproduktion« am Fraunhofer IPA ihre Türen für interessierte MINT-Studenten (m/w), um sie über offene Stellen und die Möglichkeit zu Abschlussarbeiten zu informieren.

Die Abteilung »Roboter- und Assistenzsysteme« gestaltet seit über 40 Jahren Roboter und Automatisierungslösungen für industrielle Anwendungen und für den Dienstleistungsbereich. Die Erforschung sauberer und reinster Arbeitsumgebungen stellt seit mehr als 30 Jahren das Themengebiet der Abteilung »Reinst- und Mikroproduktion« dar. In beiden Abteilungen bietet sich ambitionierten Studenten und Wissenschaftlern (m/w) ein unvergleichliches Umfeld.

Erleben Sie Forschung und Entwicklung hautnah in verschiedenen Projekten während eines Praktikums, als studentische Hilfskraft oder im Rahmen Ihrer Abschlussarbeit.
Anwesend sind beim Karrieretag Mitarbeiter der Abteilungen, die derzeit Stellen speziell für Studierende anbieten. Es besteht die Möglichkeit, im direkten Gespräch auszuloten, ob die Stelle zu Ihren Neigungen und Fähigkeiten passt. Wenn das der Fall ist, sollten Sie unbedingt gleich persönlich einen Termin für ein Anschlussgespräch vereinbaren.

Target audience
WIR SUCHEN
HIWIS UND STUDENTEN
FÜR PRAKTIKA, STUDIEN- UND ABSCHLUSSARBEITEN
 
Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung IPA
Thilo Zimmermann
thilo.zimmermann@ipa.fraunhofer.de
+49 711 970-1240
 
Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung IPA
Nobelstraße 12
70569 Stuttgart
Germany
 
Lab tour al Laboratorio Altair
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Piccoli e grandi insieme avranno l’opportunità di visitare il laboratorio di robotica e partecipare a dimostrazioni sperimentali che coinvolgeranno manipolatori articolati, robot mobili, velivoli autonomi e robot per la chirurgia.



Target audience
Età kids: 8-13 anni (max 4 componenti per famiglia)
 
KidsUniversity, Verona
A cura di Bogdan Maris docente di Robotica, Università di Verona.
kids-vr@gruppopleiadi.it -- eventi@ateneo.univr.it
http://www.univr.it/it/contatti
 
Altair Robotics Lab
Cà Vignal 2, Strada Le Grazie 15,
37100 Verona
Italy
 
Tour del bus del 10LAB dell'in novazione: robotica e coding a Nuoro
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Il bus del 10LAB, il Science Centre di Sardegna Ricerche, porterà in tutta l'Isola i suoi laboratori di coding, robotica e le attività di diffusione della cultura scientifica. Saranno nove le date e sei i centri della Sardegna toccati dalle tappe del 10BUS che apre con il Science Tour 2018 il suo autunno di attività. Il 10LAB ha sede nell'edificio 10 del Parco scientifico e tecnologico di Pula e per il biennio 2018-2019 ha scelto di portare le proprie attività oltre i confini del parco. Coding, robotica, intelligenza artificiale viaggeranno con il bus per l'Isola attraverso i laboratori organizzati dagli operatori del 10LAB.

Dall'utilizzo di materiali poveri e da riciclo fino all'uso del coding per la programmazione di piccoli robot: nelle attività possibili durante i laboratori guidati dallo staff del 10LAB si applicano gli approcci e le soluzioni didattiche più innovative. Il Science Tour 2018 sarà un modo per raggiungere un maggior numero di persone e pubblici diversi, che per varie ragioni spesso non hanno la possibilità di fruire dell'offerta che la struttura quotidianamente rivolge alle scuole e agli altri visitatori.




Sardegna Ricerche
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
Fax +39 070 9243.2203
Indirizzo email.

Target audience
tutti
 
Sardegna Ricerche nell'ambito della Notte dei Ricercatori
info@sardegnaricerche.it
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
 
Nuoro lab tour with the bus around the city
lab tour with the bus around the city of Nuoro
08100 Nuoro
Italy
 
Tour del bus del 10LAB dell'in novazione: robotica e coding. Science Tour 2018
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Il bus del 10LAB, il Science Centre di Sardegna Ricerche, porterà in tutta l'Isola i suoi laboratori di coding, robotica e le attività di diffusione della cultura scientifica. Saranno nove le date e sei i centri della Sardegna toccati dalle tappe del 10BUS che apre con il Science Tour 2018 il suo autunno di attività. Il 10LAB ha sede nell'edificio 10 del Parco scientifico e tecnologico di Pula e per il biennio 2018-2019 ha scelto di portare le proprie attività oltre i confini del parco. Coding, robotica, intelligenza artificiale viaggeranno con il bus per l'Isola attraverso i laboratori organizzati dagli operatori del 10LAB.

Dall'utilizzo di materiali poveri e da riciclo fino all'uso del coding per la programmazione di piccoli robot: nelle attività possibili durante i laboratori guidati dallo staff del 10LAB si applicano gli approcci e le soluzioni didattiche più innovative. Il Science Tour 2018 sarà un modo per raggiungere un maggior numero di persone e pubblici diversi, che per varie ragioni spesso non hanno la possibilità di fruire dell'offerta che la struttura quotidianamente rivolge alle scuole e agli altri visitatori.




Sardegna Ricerche
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
Fax +39 070 9243.2203
Indirizzo email.

Target audience
tutti
 
Sardegna Ricerche nell'ambito della Notte dei Ricercatori
info@sardegnaricerche.it
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
 
Cagliari Center, lab tour with the bus around the city
lab tour with the bus around the city
09121 Cagliari
Italy
 
Lab tour @ Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics - Reseracher's Night (Kutatók Éjszakája)
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The Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics is open to all whom are interested in in surgical robotics. The participants will be able to see a da Vinci surgical robot and further medical devices, as well as spectacular robots from the industry.

Target audience
Everybody, with no age restrictions.
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Tamás Nagy
tamas.daniel.nagy@irob.uni-obuda.hu
+36204242351
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Becsi ut 96/b
H-1034 Budapest
Hungary
 
Robots on the run
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MAKER FAIRE ROME Robotics Pavillion
Robots on the run Sabato 13 ottobre ore 10.00 Padiglione 5 – Robotic Area Gli espositori dell’area robotica si presentano e spiegano i loro progetti al pubblico. Ingresso libero, fino ad esaurimento posti.

Target audience
tutti
 
Maker Faire Europe, in collaborazione con il Professor Bruno Siciliano
info@makerfairerome.eu
press@makerfairerome.eu
 
Maker Faire Roma
Fiera di Roma Padiglione 10 – Padiglione 5 – Robotic Area
00100 Roma
Italy
 
Lab Tour: Assemble together with robots at MTA SZTAKI
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A Lab Tour for Students from Zalaegerszeg.

Az MTA SZTAKI Mérnöki és Üzleti Intelligencia kutatóközpontjában évek óta foglalkozunk Ipar 4.0 megoldásokkal. A bemutatón valódi alkatrészek szerelését mutatjuk úgy, hogy az egyes lépéseknél választani lehet, hogy egy robot vagy a látogató végezze-e el. Így bárki dolgozhat együtt (kollaboratív módon) a robottal. Emellett látható a komplex szerelési munkaállomás digitális modellje, amelyet különféle szenzorok segítségével valós időben jelenítünk meg.

Target audience
Registered students from Zalaegerszeg.
 
Research Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence of the Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Imre Paniti
imre.paniti at sztaki.mta.hu
+36 1 279 6207
 
MTA SZTAKI Ipar 4.0 kutatási és innovációs kiválósági központ – Győr (Széchenyi István Egyetem)
Egyetem tér 1
9026 Győr
Hungary
 
How to work with drones - Come lavorare con i droni - Milano
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In Italia siamo convinti che chi lavora con i Droni guadagni pochi soldi, che non ci siano opportunità, che “le cose vanno male”. Non è così. E siamo qui per dimostratelo, te lo dimostriamo con i fatti durante il nostro tour “Come lavorare con i Droni”. Durante il tour affronteremo sopratutto i seguenti tre argomenti:
Quali sono le applicazioni più remunerative con i Droni. Si, perché i Droni sono un MEZZO, e come ogni mezzo, deve essere il suo utilizzatore a decidere il FINE.
Come acquisire in maniera sistematica nuovi clienti. In Italia siamo convinti che funzioni ancora il passaparola, il volantinaggio, i fax e le chiamate a freddo. Questi sono metodi preistorici. Se siete convinti che essi funzionino è un PROBLEMA. Quando c’è un problema bisogna quindi portare una SOLUZIONE. Durante il tour ti mostreremo le soluzioni che noi di ProjectEMS abbiamo già applicato con successo.
Come approcciarsi in modo corretto e lecito alla questione normativa. Fin troppo spesso sentiamo persone preoccupate per la parte normativa: c’è chi non sa bene cos’è questo discorso del “patentino” (…che non sarebbe il termine più opportuno), qualcun’altro invece è preoccupato per l’arrivo, nei prossimi anni, della normativa Europea. Come affrontare tutto ciò? E’ bene farsi prendere dal panico oppure ci sono delle vie percorribili? Analizzeremo assieme quali sono le vie attualmente percorribili, inoltre toccheremo anche l’argomento Europa e i possibili futuri cambiamenti del regolamento.

Target audience
Target Group
http://www.projectems.it/a-quale-pubblico-proporre-i-servizi-con-drone/
High School diploma
 
ProjectEMS
info@projectems.it
3290999745 Lun - Mer - Ven
 
ProjectEMS
Via A. Villa 58, 20099,
20099 Sesto San Giovanni, Milano
Italy
 
TOUR Fino Mornasco
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Un'eco cittadina che combatte anche lo spreco dell'acqua è la realizzazione robotica dei nostri piccoli Ingegneri di classe IV, protagonisto in una manifestazione del maggio 2018 per mostrare la loro appartenenza piena alla generazione digitale ed oggi ... in TOUR tra le nostre Scuola primarie per mostrare i prodotti del loro ingegno, per stimolare curosità e partecipazione, per promuovere anche tra gli Insegnanti più riottosi la robotica!
I giovanissimi, sin dalla classe terza, si sono gradualmente avvicinati all’utilizzo degli strumenti informatici/tecnologici. Con una serie di attività pratiche di base per la programmazione, concorsi ed exhibit hanno imparato ad “armeggiare” con ARDUINO, PYTHON e LEGO-WEDO.
Accanto a uno sguardo al concorso ”European Astro PI Challenge Mission Zero” che li ha visti protagonisti - in quanto il codice con il loro messaggio personale e la temperatura dell’aria ambientale da loro programmato è stato “visualizzato” sull’Astro Pi dagli astronauti della Stazione Spaziale Internazionale – sono stati accompagnati alla preparazione per la FLLJ a Genova.
Gli allievi inoltre – ed è questo il loro risultato in tour! – hanno … apprezzato Arduino e … preparato, costruito e programmato “Marina Onda Blu baia di Luisago”.
Una eco- città sul mare con la macchina che simula le onde marine, un’altra che toglie il sale all’acqua e la distribuisce pulita a tutta la città grazie ad Arduino, il “sensor-spalsh” che individua le perdite sotterranee e agisce con un braccio per il recupero dell’acqua con l’aiuto della “Go-go-gru” ed infine il parco acquatico con la “scateadventure” e la “scatemobile” per riciclare l’acqua della piscina durante la stagione invernale trasportandola, con una autocisterna che “segue la linea”, ad un’autolavaggio. Sensori di luce, di inclinazione, di temperatura e motori hanno fatto sì che l’inclusione di ogni singolo bambino avvenisse con successo!!!
In ogni singolo allievo è scattata la voglia di “fare” ed è aumentata l’autostima; attraverso un’esperienza così originale è stato possibile affermare e dimostrare che … tutti siamo capaci!


Target audience
Dai 5 agli ... 80 anni.
L'apprezzamento delle esibizioni si intende con modalità di riflessione e comprensione - anche di natura tecnologica - differente.
 
Scuola Primaria di Luisago - Gruppo robotica IV primaria
Raffaella Piatti - Angelita Ingrassia
dirigente@icsfinomornasco.gov.it - a.ingrassia@icsfinomornasco.gov.it
031 928294
 
Fino Mornasco - Luisago - Cassina Rizzardi
(sede) via Leonardo da Vinci np
22073 Fino Mornasco
Italy
 
Tour del bus del 10LAB dell'in novazione: robotica e coding a Carbonia (SulciScienza 18)
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Il bus del 10LAB, il Science Centre di Sardegna Ricerche, porterà in tutta l'Isola i suoi laboratori di coding, robotica e le attività di diffusione della cultura scientifica. Saranno nove le date e sei i centri della Sardegna toccati dalle tappe del 10BUS che apre con il Science Tour 2018 il suo autunno di attività. Il 10LAB ha sede nell'edificio 10 del Parco scientifico e tecnologico di Pula e per il biennio 2018-2019 ha scelto di portare le proprie attività oltre i confini del parco. Coding, robotica, intelligenza artificiale viaggeranno con il bus per l'Isola attraverso i laboratori organizzati dagli operatori del 10LAB.

Dall'utilizzo di materiali poveri e da riciclo fino all'uso del coding per la programmazione di piccoli robot: nelle attività possibili durante i laboratori guidati dallo staff del 10LAB si applicano gli approcci e le soluzioni didattiche più innovative. Il Science Tour 2018 sarà un modo per raggiungere un maggior numero di persone e pubblici diversi, che per varie ragioni spesso non hanno la possibilità di fruire dell'offerta che la struttura quotidianamente rivolge alle scuole e agli altri visitatori.




Sardegna Ricerche
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
Fax +39 070 9243.2203
Indirizzo email.

Target audience
tutti
 
Sardegna Ricerche nell'ambito di SulciScienza 18
info@sardegnaricerche.it
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
 
Carbonia lab tour with the bus around the city
lab tour with the bus around the city of Carbonia and at SulciScienza 18
09013 Carbonia
Italy
 
Tour del bus del 10LAB dell'innovazione: robotica e coding. Festivalscienza
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Il bus del 10LAB, il Science Centre di Sardegna Ricerche, porterà in tutta l'Isola i suoi laboratori di coding, robotica e le attività di diffusione della cultura scientifica. Saranno nove le date e sei i centri della Sardegna toccati dalle tappe del 10BUS che apre con il Science Tour 2018 il suo autunno di attività. Il 10LAB ha sede nell'edificio 10 del Parco scientifico e tecnologico di Pula e per il biennio 2018-2019 ha scelto di portare le proprie attività oltre i confini del parco. Coding, robotica, intelligenza artificiale viaggeranno con il bus per l'Isola attraverso i laboratori organizzati dagli operatori del 10LAB.

Dall'utilizzo di materiali poveri e da riciclo fino all'uso del coding per la programmazione di piccoli robot: nelle attività possibili durante i laboratori guidati dallo staff del 10LAB si applicano gli approcci e le soluzioni didattiche più innovative. Il Science Tour 2018 sarà un modo per raggiungere un maggior numero di persone e pubblici diversi, che per varie ragioni spesso non hanno la possibilità di fruire dell'offerta che la struttura quotidianamente rivolge alle scuole e agli altri visitatori.

Sardegna Ricerche
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
Fax +39 070 9243.2203
Indirizzo email.

Target audience
tutti
 
Sardegna Ricerche nell'ambito del Festivalscienza di Cagliari
info@sardegnaricerche.it
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
 
EXMA e Teatro S’Eulalia.
EXMA: Via S. Lucifero, 71, 09127 - Teatro S.Eulalia, Vicolo el Collegio 2
09120 Cagliari
Italy
 
Tour del bus del 10LAB dell'innovazione: robotica e coding. Oliena Festivalscienza
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Il bus del 10LAB, il Science Centre di Sardegna Ricerche, porterà in tutta l'Isola i suoi laboratori di coding, robotica e le attività di diffusione della cultura scientifica. Saranno nove le date e sei i centri della Sardegna toccati dalle tappe del 10BUS che apre con il Science Tour 2018 il suo autunno di attività. Il 10LAB ha sede nell'edificio 10 del Parco scientifico e tecnologico di Pula e per il biennio 2018-2019 ha scelto di portare le proprie attività oltre i confini del parco. Coding, robotica, intelligenza artificiale viaggeranno con il bus per l'Isola attraverso i laboratori organizzati dagli operatori del 10LAB.

Dall'utilizzo di materiali poveri e da riciclo fino all'uso del coding per la programmazione di piccoli robot: nelle attività possibili durante i laboratori guidati dallo staff del 10LAB si applicano gli approcci e le soluzioni didattiche più innovative. Il Science Tour 2018 sarà un modo per raggiungere un maggior numero di persone e pubblici diversi, che per varie ragioni spesso non hanno la possibilità di fruire dell'offerta che la struttura quotidianamente rivolge alle scuole e agli altri visitatori.

Sardegna Ricerche
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
Fax +39 070 9243.2203
Indirizzo email.

Target audience
tutti
 
Sardegna Ricerche nell'ambito di Oliena Festivalscienza
info@sardegnaricerche.it
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
 
Oliena Festivalscienza
Citta' di Oliena. FestivalScienza
08025 Oliena
Italy
 
How to work with drones - Come lavorare con i droni - Roma
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In Italia siamo convinti che chi lavora con i Droni guadagni pochi soldi, che non ci siano opportunità, che “le cose vanno male”. Non è così. E siamo qui per dimostratelo, te lo dimostriamo con i fatti durante il nostro tour “Come lavorare con i Droni”. Durante il tour affronteremo sopratutto i seguenti tre argomenti:
Quali sono le applicazioni più remunerative con i Droni. Si, perché i Droni sono un MEZZO, e come ogni mezzo, deve essere il suo utilizzatore a decidere il FINE.
Come acquisire in maniera sistematica nuovi clienti. In Italia siamo convinti che funzioni ancora il passaparola, il volantinaggio, i fax e le chiamate a freddo. Questi sono metodi preistorici. Se siete convinti che essi funzionino è un PROBLEMA. Quando c’è un problema bisogna quindi portare una SOLUZIONE. Durante il tour ti mostreremo le soluzioni che noi di ProjectEMS abbiamo già applicato con successo.
Come approcciarsi in modo corretto e lecito alla questione normativa. Fin troppo spesso sentiamo persone preoccupate per la parte normativa: c’è chi non sa bene cos’è questo discorso del “patentino” (…che non sarebbe il termine più opportuno), qualcun’altro invece è preoccupato per l’arrivo, nei prossimi anni, della normativa Europea. Come affrontare tutto ciò? E’ bene farsi prendere dal panico oppure ci sono delle vie percorribili? Analizzeremo assieme quali sono le vie attualmente percorribili, inoltre toccheremo anche l’argomento Europa e i possibili futuri cambiamenti del regolamento.

Target audience
Target Group
http://www.projectems.it/a-quale-pubblico-proporre-i-servizi-con-drone/
High School diploma
 
ProjectEMS
info@projectems.it
3290999745 Lun - Mer - Ven
 
ProjectEMS
Via A. Villa 58, 20099,
20099 Sesto San Giovanni, Milano
Italy
 
Team Kouretes @ TUC Science and Technology Day 2018
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Our team gave a presentation on human-robot interaction, robot dance, and robot soccer with Nao and Alpha2 robots.

Target audience
Students at all levels of education
 
Robotic Team Kouretes
Michail G. Lagoudakis
lagoudakis@intelligence.tuc.gr
+30-28210-37244
 
Technical University of Crete
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
73100 Chania
Greece
 
Visitas a los laboratorios del Grupo ISA / ISA Research Group Lab Tours
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Visitas guiadas a los laboratorios del Grupo ISA de investigación en la Escuela de Ingenierías Industriales de la UMA. De esta manera, los estudiantes podrán conocer los diferentes proyectos de investigación desarrollados por el grupo en varias áreas de la Robótica.

Guided tours through the ISA Research Group laboratories at Escuela de Ingenierías Industriales, Málaga University. The students will learn about the different research projects developed by this group covering several aspects of Robotics.

Target audience
Estudiantado de colegios / School students.
 
Departamento de Ingeniería de Sistemas y Automática
Alfonso García Cerezo
ajgarcia@uma.es
 
Escuela de Ingenierías Industriales
C/ Doctor Ortiz Ramos s/n, Campus de Teatinos. Universidad de Málaga
29071 Málaga España (Spain)
Spain
 
Visit to Engino Robotics factory
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Εκδρομή των παιδιών στην ENGINO για να δουν απο κοντά πως φτιάχνονται τα ρομποτ της ENGINO

Ιδιωτικό φροντιστήριο COMWIZ
Koula Papakonstantinou
koula.papakonstantinou@gmail.com
99122896
 
Engino Factory
Stavrovouniou 2
Ypsonas
Cyprus
 
Laboratorio robotica
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Gli studenti di seconda del progetto scientifico-musicale utilizzano i kit Lego EV3 per acquisire le basi del movimento di un robot

Target audience
7 grade
 
Don Bosco Pordenone
Lamanna Paolo
paolo.lamanna@donbosco-pn.it
 
Pordenone
Viale Grigoletti 3
33170 Pordenone
Italy
 
Tour del bus del 10LAB dell'innovazione: robotica e coding a Oristano
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Il bus del 10LAB, il Science Centre di Sardegna Ricerche, porterà in tutta l'Isola i suoi laboratori di coding, robotica e le attività di diffusione della cultura scientifica. Saranno nove le date e sei i centri della Sardegna toccati dalle tappe del 10BUS che apre con il Science Tour 2018 il suo autunno di attività. Il 10LAB ha sede nell'edificio 10 del Parco scientifico e tecnologico di Pula e per il biennio 2018-2019 ha scelto di portare le proprie attività oltre i confini del parco. Coding, robotica, intelligenza artificiale viaggeranno con il bus per l'Isola attraverso i laboratori organizzati dagli operatori del 10LAB.

Dall'utilizzo di materiali poveri e da riciclo fino all'uso del coding per la programmazione di piccoli robot: nelle attività possibili durante i laboratori guidati dallo staff del 10LAB si applicano gli approcci e le soluzioni didattiche più innovative. Il Science Tour 2018 sarà un modo per raggiungere un maggior numero di persone e pubblici diversi, che per varie ragioni spesso non hanno la possibilità di fruire dell'offerta che la struttura quotidianamente rivolge alle scuole e agli altri visitatori.




Sardegna Ricerche
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
Fax +39 070 9243.2203
Indirizzo email.

Target audience
tutti
 
Sardegna Ricerche nell'ambito di SulciScienza 18
info@sardegnaricerche.it
Tel. +39 070 9243.1
 
Oristano lab tour with the bus around the city
lab tour with the bus around the city of Oristano
09170 Oristano
Italy
 
Scuola primaria Torrione... robotica 4 all
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Attività laboratoriali con l'uso del robot MBot

Target audience
6 - 10 anni
 
Scuola primaria Torrione
Eleonora Capannolo
eleonora.capannolo@gmail.com
0862414304
 
Scuola primaria Torrione
Viale Alcide De Gasperi 56
67100 L'AQUILA
Italy
 
Scuola primaria Torrione... robotica 4 all
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Laboratorio con l'uso del robot mBot

Target audience
6-10 anni
 
Scuola primaria Torrione
Eleonora Capannolo
Eleonora.capannolo@gmail.com
0862414304
 
Scuola primaria Torrione
Viale Alcide De Gasperi 56
67100 L'Aquila
Italy
 
How to work with drones - Come lavorare con i droni - Firenze
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In Italia siamo convinti che chi lavora con i Droni guadagni pochi soldi, che non ci siano opportunità, che “le cose vanno male”. Non è così. E siamo qui per dimostratelo, te lo dimostriamo con i fatti durante il nostro tour “Come lavorare con i Droni”. Durante il tour affronteremo sopratutto i seguenti tre argomenti:
Quali sono le applicazioni più remunerative con i Droni. Si, perché i Droni sono un MEZZO, e come ogni mezzo, deve essere il suo utilizzatore a decidere il FINE.
Come acquisire in maniera sistematica nuovi clienti. In Italia siamo convinti che funzioni ancora il passaparola, il volantinaggio, i fax e le chiamate a freddo. Questi sono metodi preistorici. Se siete convinti che essi funzionino è un PROBLEMA. Quando c’è un problema bisogna quindi portare una SOLUZIONE. Durante il tour ti mostreremo le soluzioni che noi di ProjectEMS abbiamo già applicato con successo.
Come approcciarsi in modo corretto e lecito alla questione normativa. Fin troppo spesso sentiamo persone preoccupate per la parte normativa: c’è chi non sa bene cos’è questo discorso del “patentino” (…che non sarebbe il termine più opportuno), qualcun’altro invece è preoccupato per l’arrivo, nei prossimi anni, della normativa Europea. Come affrontare tutto ciò? E’ bene farsi prendere dal panico oppure ci sono delle vie percorribili? Analizzeremo assieme quali sono le vie attualmente percorribili, inoltre toccheremo anche l’argomento Europa e i possibili futuri cambiamenti del regolamento.

Target audience
Target Group
http://www.projectems.it/a-quale-pubblico-proporre-i-servizi-con-drone/
High School diploma
 
ProjectEMS
info@projectems.it
3290999745 Lun - Mer - Ven
 
ProjectEMS
Via A. Villa 58, 20099,
20099 Sesto San Giovanni, Milano
Italy
 
VINTAGE DIY 3-WHEELED ROBOT FROM SCRATCH USING RECYCLED COMPONENTS - A VERY LOW BUDGET PROJECT (all robots: w/ BT control via cell phone)
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Learn how to make/construct a very simple three-wheel robot, on a very low budget. Using very simple construction parts, mostly recycled by reuse of parts from earlier projects, and above all, with little or no need of knowledge of electronics. Then, combining the popular Arduino software with MIT App Inventor along with a Bluetooh module and a cell phone, learn how to control your robot remotely/wirelessly.

Target audience
6th to 8th graders, and/or anyone else who feels the need to learn/see something vintage but in a new fashion.
 
Primary School (K-8) - OŠ Desanka Maksimović
Vladimir Stojanović
vladimirstojanovic@osdesankamaksimovic.edu.rs
+381669485144
 
OŠ Desanka Maksimović - Primary School (K-8)
Ustanička 246
11050 Belgrade
Serbia
 
das Zentrum für Leichtbauproduktionstechnologie (ZLP) des DLR in Augsburg seine Türen
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Im Rahmen der European Robotics Week öffnet das Zentrum für Leichtbauproduktionstechnologie (ZLP) des DLR in Augsburg seine Türen. Große Roboter für große Strukturen: In seinem Einführungsvortrag erklärt Dr. Michael Vistein, wie man Flugzeuge mit Hilfe von Robotern "leicht" baut und wo heute und in Zukunft die Herausforderungen liegen. Im darauf folgenden Rundgang durch die Technologiehalle des ZLP können Besucher die Welt der Industrierobotik für die Luftfahrtproduktion kennen lernen.

Anmeldung
Um an der Veranstaltung teilnehmen zu können, ist eine Anmeldung nötig. Bitte melden Sie sich unter folgendem Link bis spätestens Mittwoch, 14. November 2018, an: https://smodell.besl-eventservice.de/QJLwnRBD6dJl/kontakt.php

Ansprechpartnerin für Organisatorisches
Nicole Waibel, Institutsmarketing und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
Tel. +49 / 711 6862-8182
E-Mail: nicole.waibel@dlr.de

Target audience
Interessierte Öffentlichkeit: Jugendliche ab 12 Jahren und Erwachsene
 

Nicole Waibel
nicole.waibel@dlr.de
+49 711 6862-8182
 
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR)
Am Technologiezentrum 4
86159 Augsburg
Germany
 
KUKA Werksführung für Erwachsene
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KUKA lädt interessierte Gäste auf eine Werksführung durch die eigenen Produktionshallen ein. Bitte um Voranmeldung per eMail.

Target audience
Erwachsene.
 
KUKA
Andrea Herold
erw2018@kuka.com
0049821 797 5348
 
KUKA Headquarters
Zugspitzstraße 140
86165 Augsburg
Germany
 
robot... borgo
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Infant and Primary School of Carpineto Sinello


Robot ... Borgo
The path, children usually walk to reach the main places of their village, translated into computational thinking.
The project provide a billboard/map, with a grid of 15 cm boxes per the side (the distance the Bee Bot and the Blue Bot pace).
Every pupils will receive a blank card, measuring 15 centimetes x 15 centimetres, on which they will sketch their own home. The more experienced pupils will be asked to draw buildings and places of common interest such as: the castle, the school, the main square, the town hall, the church, the supermarket etc.
Pupils will position the cards, with the places of common interest, on the map. They’ll try to maintain the real position, then each pupil will place the card with their home, in relation to the position given by his / Her friend and the position occupied by the buildings of common interest.

Target audience
Pupils
 
Scuola Primaria edell'Infanzia di Carpineto Sinello
Angiolina D'Addario
angiolinadaddario66@gmail.com
 
Scuola Primaria e dell'infanzia di Carpineto Sinello
Via Roma
66030 Carpineto Sinello
Italy
 
Open house event of the Aerial Robotics Lab of the Automation and Robotics Research Group of the SnT - University of Luxembourg
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The Aerial Robotics Lab of the Automation and Robotics Research Group of the SnT - University of Luxembourg is opening its doors to everyone interested in learning about the innovation and research we carry out in the field of aerial robotics.
The attendees will have the opportunity to see our flying arena with a motion caption system, our multirotor aerial platforms (commonly known as drones), and the sensors, computers, and actuators we equip on our aerial robots.
Finally, the most skilled and curious attendees will have the opportunity to manually pilot one of our multirotor aerial platforms.

Target audience
General public - The event is open to everyone who is curious about aerial robotics.
Language: English (Luxemburgish, French, and German might be available but not guaranteed)
 
Automation and Robotics Research Group of the SnT - University of Luxembourg
Jose-Luis Sanchez-Lopez
joseluis.sanchezlopez@uni.lu
+3524466445380
 
SnT - University of Luxembourg
Avenue J.F. Kennedy 29
1855 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
 
KUKA Werksführung für Erwachsene
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KUKA lädt interessierte Gäste auf eine Werksführung durch die eigenen Produktionshallen ein. Bitte um Voranmeldung per eMail.

Target audience
Erwachsene.
 
KUKA
Andrea Herold
erw2018@kuka.com
0049821 797 5348
 
KUKA Headquarters
Zugspitzstraße 140
86165 Augsburg
Germany
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Conference Cycle - What if the robots had a sense of smell?
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The ability to detect and react to chemicals is inherent in all living things. Smell is fundamental to the survival of countless species, who use this sense to find food, partners or to avoid dangers. The sense of smell in humans is not as accurate as in other animals, such as the dog, which we resort to when we need to perform particularly demanding tasks, such as detecting explosives, drugs or even victims of major disasters. What if we used scent robots to do these and other tasks?

Target audience
The entire community
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
2018 Open Session @ Vision for Mobile Robotics Lab
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The ViBOT research team and the Masters International Programme in Vision & Robotics will open their robotics laboratory to the public.
Our fleet of robots will be on display : Indoor and Outdoor Mobile Ground robots, Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle and NAO Humanoid.
Research applications such as Polarization Imaging and Precision Agriculture will be also presented.

Target audience
Public, All ages
 
ViBOT : CNRS ERL 6000 Laboratory / Erasmus Mundus Masters in VIsion & roBOTics
SEULIN Ralph
ralph.seulin@u-bourgogne.fr
+33(0)385731125
 
Centre Universitaire Condorcet - Plateau Robotique
Avenue de l'Europe 720
71200 LE CREUSOT
France
 
KUKAner geben Roboterunterricht in Kindergärten und Grundschulen
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Als Botschafter für die Robotik können KUKAner – ausgerüstet mit einer altersgerechten Präsentation und entsprechenden Videos – während der Roboterwoche Unterricht an Grundschulen und Kindergärten geben.

Target audience
Erwachsene
 
KUKA
Andrea Herold
erw2018@kuka.com
0049821 797 5348
 
KUKA Headquarters
Zugspitzstraße 140
86165 Augsburg
Germany
 
ABB Robotics, visit
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Event school organized to educate about robotics industry. Students will have an IRB 1200. During a short lecture, they will meet information about robotics market in Poland their role in industry.

Target audience
Students
 
ABB Warsaw
Malgorzata Cwieczek
malgorzata.cwieczek@pl.abb.com
 
ABB Warsaw office
Żegańska, 1
04-713 Warszawa
Poland
 
Open house event of the Aerial Robotics Lab of the Automation and Robotics Research Group of the SnT - University of Luxembourg for specialized public
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The Aerial Robotics Lab of the Automation and Robotics Research Group of the SnT - University of Luxembourg is opening its doors to everyone interested in learning about the innovation and research we carry out in the field of aerial robotics.
The attendees will have the opportunity to see our flying arena with a motion caption system, our multirotor aerial platforms (commonly known as drones), and the sensors, computers, and actuators we equip on our aerial robots.
The attendees will have the opportunity to widen their network and knowledge on aerial robotics for further collaborations and projects.

Target audience
Specialized public - The event is open to professionals and entrepreneurs who intend to widen their network and knowledge on aerial robotics.
Language: English (Luxemburgish, French, and German might be available but not guaranteed)
 
Automation and Robotics Research Group of the SnT - University of Luxembourg
Jose-Luis Sanchez-Lopez
joseluis.sanchezlopez@uni.lu
+3524466445380
 
SnT - University of Luxembourg
Avenue J.F. Kennedy 29
1855 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
 
KUKA Werksführung für Erwachsene
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KUKA lädt interessierte Gäste auf eine Werksführung durch die eigenen Produktionshallen ein. Bitte um Voranmeldung per eMail.

Target audience
Erwachsene.
 
KUKA
Andrea Herold
erw2018@kuka.com
0049821 797 5348
 
KUKA Headquarters
Zugspitzstraße 140
86165 Augsburg
Germany
 
KUKA Werksführung für Erwachsene
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KUKA lädt interessierte Gäste auf eine Werksführung durch die eigenen Produktionshallen ein. Bitte um Voranmeldung per eMail.

Target audience
Erwachsene.
 
KUKA
Andrea Herold
erw2018@kuka.com
0049821 797 5348
 
KUKA Headquarters
Zugspitzstraße 140
86165 Augsburg
Germany
 
GRVC Lab Tours
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Tour through the GRVC (Robotics, Vision and Control research group) labs.


Arturo Torres González
arturotorres@us.es
 
GRVC Labs, L1-PB, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería
Camino de los Descubrimiento s/n
41092 Sevilla
Spain
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Conference Cycle - 5G a Disruptive Technology for Robotics and Automation of the Future
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Can robots evolve without "communicating" with each other or with us? Telecommunications is already a key component of today's robotic systems and will play a disruptive role in future systems. Teleoperation of robots in dangerous places, teleoperation of robots for medicine, support for navigation and tracking of robot teams, cloud robotics, robotic systems to support disasters (formed by teams of robots), etc., are just a few examples of the synergy each between telecommunications and robotics. In this talk you can learn about the multiple opportunities offered to the development of robots and automation systems of the future by the next generation of 5G communications, and how the next generation of communications is already being considered ...

Target audience
The entire community
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
Robotics week 2018 in Panevezys
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If you are eager to know why robots become a part of our daily life and if you wish to experience and learn how to control industrial robots, you are kindly invited to visit our Industrial and Mobile Robotics Laboratory. Here you will have possibility to improve your skills in Robotic and Electronics by visiting Smart Electronic Workshop. Have Fun!

Target audience
Pupils of 8-12 class (one group, no more than 30 pupils)
 
Kaunas University of Technology
Olga Strikulienė, Eglė Jakubauskienė, Virginijus Baranauskas
egle.jakubauskiene@ktu.lt
 
Panevėžys Faculty of Technologies and Business
Nemuno str. 33-104
LT-37164 Panevėžys
Lithuania
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Workshop
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The Internet of Things is increasingly present in the daily life of the human being. Since the window opens automatically at the time we want to wake up, until the temperature control of the house when we are still leaving our place of work, the chances are endless. But if it may seem like a seven-headed creature to interconnect all these systems, several are the tools that simplify life and allow us, in two steps, through a whole system to work.

Node-RED is a programming tool for connecting hardware devices, APIs and online services in new and interesting ways. Provides a browser-based editor that facilitates the connection of flows using a large catalog of nodes.

This workshop does not presuppose the existence of previous knowledge and it is necessary, however, for each enrollee to bring his laptop.

At the end of the workshop it is intended that the participants make a small program, taking into account the knowledge acquired in the workshop.

Target audience
Higher education
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
Robotics@IPLeiria 2018
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Demonstrations showcase at the Robotics Lab, on robotics related projects developed at ESTG/IPLeiria.
Workshop on programming industrial robots to autonomously execute tasks.
NOTE: The workshop will be held from 14h30 to 17h30 and needs needs preregistration through the Ciência Viva website (http://www.cienciaviva.pt/semanact/edicao2018/eventos.asp?accao=listeventosentidade&id_entidade=60579).

Target audience
Everyone (the workshop is limited to 24 High School Students.)
 
Electrical Engineering Department
Hugo Costelha
hugo.costelha@ipleiria.pt
 
Instituto Politécnico de Leira - Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão
Campus 2, Morro do Lena
2411-901 Leiria
Portugal
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Visit to the Institute of Systems and Robotics of the University of Coimbra
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The visit starts at the entrance of DEEC, on the 2nd floor, and will start with a short presentation followed by a visit to the labs and ends with a Coffee break at the entrance to the ISR.

Target audience
Higher education
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Workshop
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In the context of Engineering, whatever it is, we often come across the need to create rapid prototypes of ideas, or to create molds, or even dynamic presentations of some project for the team or company. 3D printers have never been as used as they are today and are of immense value in this regard, to help us improve the way we express an idea.

This Workshop will aim to better understand 3D printers as well as ways to use them for our benefit and take better advantage of them. There will also be a drawing component where the trainees will have the opportunity to learn some 3D drawing bases in Fusion 360 (Autodesk).
The workshop includes one-piece printing.

Target audience
Higher education
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
Welding automation open house
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Open house event at Savonia UAS welding laboratory. Showing PEMA laser processing station and an ABB arc welding robot with custom made “PathMate” hand guidance application.

Target audience
Regional entrepreneurs and students in the field of industry and engineering
 
Savonia University of Applied Sciences
Joni Andersin
Joni.Andersin@savonia.fi
 
Savonia University of Applied Sciences
Opistotie 2 D
70110 Kuopio
Finland
 
TUTRoboLab open house
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TUTRoboLab avaa ovensa kaikille robotiikasta kiinnostuneille. tervetuloa tutustumaan TTY:n robotiikan opetukseen ja tutkimukseen.

TTY/TTI
Jyrki Latokartano
jyrki.latokartano@tut.fi
 
Tampereen Teknillinen Yliopisto, Konetalo
Korkeakoulunkatu 6
33720 Tampere
Finland
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Conference Cycle - Robots, energy and autonomy
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In this presentation we will talk about the batteries of the robots and about the relation between their autonomy and the drive of the motors of their actuators.

Target audience
The entire community
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
CoBots - Openlab @ PROFACTOR
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We invite you to visit our cognitive factory lab on the 22th November. Different demonstrators of research projects will be presented to give you an overview of the future of robotic – the robotic that considers intelligent cooperation with humans. In addition, in hands-on session visitors can try programming XRob for new tasks. XRob assists the user by simple, recipe-based programming with a single user interface.

- XRob: easy robot configuration
- IGUS: low-cost robots for everyone
- Activity Tracking: Assembly Eye to understand processes

Our researchers are looking forward to answering your questions. The event is open to the public, with advance registration requested via e-mail: verena.musikar(a)profactor.at

The OpenLAB tour is part of the project SMART FACTORY HUB. The main objective of the Smart Factory HUB project is to improve framework conditions for innovation in the area of “smart factory”. Therefore we invite SMEs and the public to inform themself of current developements in the factory of the future.
https://www.profactor.at/ueber-uns/netzwerk/projekte/smart-factory-hub/

PROFACTOR GmbH
Verena Musikar
verena.musikar@profactor.at
0043 7252885142
 
PROFACTOR GmbH
Im Stadtgut A2
4407 Steyr-Gleink
Austria
 
Avoimet ovet KAMKin robotiikan laboratoriossa 22.11.2018
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Kajaanin ammattikorkeakoulun robotiikan laboratoriossa on avoimet ovet torstaina 22.11.2018 klo 9:00 – 16:00. Toivotamme tervetulleiksi kaikki robotiikasta kiinnostuneet.

Labrassamme on tuolloin esillä muun muassa:

• yhteistyörobotteja (ABB Yumi, UR3, UR5, UR10)
• perinteisiä teollisuusrobotteja (ABB IRB140, Epson ER255)
• mobiilirobotiikkaa (MiR)
• konenäkösovelluksia (Cognex, PickIt, Robotiq)
• robotiikan turvallisuuteen liittyviä laitteita (Sick)
• virtuaalitodellisuussovelluksia (ABB RobotStudio, Visual Components Experience)
• erilaisia tarraimia (Robotiq, Schmaltz, Weiss, SMC, yms.)
• sosiaaliset robotit (Paro, Zora, Double)

Tervetuloa tutustumaan robotiikkaan ja sen mahdollisuuksiin sekä keskustelemaan yhteistyömahdollisuuksista.

Target audience
Kaikki robotiikasta kiinnostuneet.
 
Kajaanin ammattikorkeakoulu
Sami Räsänen
sami.rasanen@kamk.fi
+358447101366
 
Kajaanin ammattikorkeakoulu
Ketunpolku 1
87101 Kajaani
Finland
 
GRVC Lab Tours
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Tour through the GRVC (Robotics, Vision and Control research group) labs.


Arturo Torres González
arturotorres@us.es
 
GRVC Labs, L1-PB, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería
Camino de los Descubrimiento s/n
41092 Sevilla
Spain
 
ALTAIR Open Lab
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ALTAIR Robotics Lab guided tour.
Robotics lovers and new technologies enthusiasts guided by the ALTAIR Lab researchers will discover the main research areas of the Lab: robotic surgery, interaction man-machine, assistance to elderly or disabled people, service robotics, research robots and rescue.

Target audience
Event for schools and enthusiasts of robotics and new technologies.
 
ALTAIR Robotics Lab
Martina Doppio
altair-lab@ateneo.univr.it
 
ALTAIR Robotics Lab - University of Verona - CS Department
Ca' Vignal 2 - Strada le Grazie 15
37134 Verona
Italy
 
Bring Your Child to Work Day at TUTRoboLab
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TUTRoboLab open for kids of the TUT emplyees as part of the Bring Your Child to Work Day in Finland.

TTY/TTI
Minna Lanz
minna.lanz@tut.fi
 
Tampereen Teknillinen Yliopisto, Konetalo
Korkeakoulunkatu 6
33720 Tampere
Finland
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Conference Cycle - Marvin, an emotional robot (and paranoid)
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The robots are already in our houses ... Bimbi, Roomba, Aquabot are names that are already familiar to us. But there are others we started to hear: The impressive Atlas to do parcour, the Paro that seems to do nothing but has gained fans in Japan, the Kuri who is spinning, then there is Pepper, Jibo, Aibo and many others .
In this conversation we will talk about the robots that we do not even give them that seem to hide themselves from those who make a point of interacting with us. Speaking of interaction, would it be desirable for robots to express emotions?

Target audience
The entire community
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
Dennis Gabor Club
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Lab tour at the Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics, organized by Dennis Gabor Club.

Target audience
Guests with interests in medical robotics.
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Tamás Nagy
tamas.daniel.nagy@irob.uni-obuda.hu
+36204242351
 
Obuda University, Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Becsi ut 96/b
H-1034 Budapest
Hungary
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Workshop
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This workshop is composed of a set of games and other related activities, using robots with directional commands. The possible articulation between the programming / robotics and the contents of the various disciplinary areas will be made.

Target audience
Basic Education, Secondary Education and Parents
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
Laboratorio robotica ITE Casalbordino
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Esercitazione di coding con scratch. Esperimenti di programmazione robot con DASH.

ITE Casalbordino
Pacella Domenico
CHTD07000B@istruzione.it
0873 900373
 
Casalbordino
Via del sole 35
66021 Casalbordino
Italy
 
Festival Robotica ITE Gissi
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Tour di laboratori tecnici con esperimenti di programmazione sui robot NAO, DASH, mBot, mBotRanger.

Target audience
Alunni delle scuole superiori di primo e secondo grado dell'Istituto Omnicomprensivo Spataro di Gissi.
 
ITE Spataro Gissi
Pacella Domenico
CHTD07000B@istruzione.it
087393406
 
ITE Gissi
Via Provinciale 2
66052 Gissi
Italy
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Visit to the Institute of Systems and Robotics of the University of Coimbra
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The visit starts at the entrance of DEEC, on the 2nd floor, and will start with a short presentation followed by a visit to the labs and ends with a Coffee break at the entrance to the ISR.

Target audience
Basic Education, Secondary Education and Parents
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Workshop
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In the workshop, robotics and programming activities will be carried out using robots based on "kits" (mBot). Using mBlock visual language participants will have the opportunity to program an mBot robot to try to overcome various challenges.

Software to install: on computers: mBlock3

Target audience
Basic Education, Secondary Education and Parents
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Workshop
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In this workshop will be discussed the various technologies of 3D printing focused on FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling). A few examples will be taken of the care to be taken when drawing to print by this technology. At the same time the machines in the room will be printing something that will be raffled or offered at the end to some participants.

Target audience
Basic Education, Secondary Education and Parents
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
Robotics2018@polimi
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In the framework of the European Robotics Week the Politecnico di Milano opens the robotics labs to the public.

The European Robotics Week offers every year one week of various robotics related activities across Europe for the general public, highlighting the growing importance of robotics in a wide variety of application areas.
The Week also aims at inspiring technology education in students of all ages to pursue careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) related fields.

Robotics is one of the main lines of research at the Politecnico since 1973. The multi-disciplinary activities in the field of robotics is mainly carried out by the Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria (DEIB), and by the Dipartimento di Meccanica, through the work of a few specialized laboratories:

AIRLab: the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Lab is specialized in the field of Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Robotics and Bio-mimetic and Computer Vision.

CartCasLab: the Computer Assisted RadioTherapy and Surgery Laboratory is responsible for Surgery planning, Radiosurgery and Imaging therapy with robotic holder.

MERLIN: the MEchatronics and Robotics Laboratory for INnovation is active in the fields of Mechatronics, Industrial Robotics and Movement Control.

M&SSLab: the Mechatronics & Smart Structures Lab develops innovative solutions in the field of Mechatronics and Industrial Robotics.

NearLab: the NeuroEngineering and Medical Robotics Laboratory deals mainly with Surgery and Rehabilitation Robotics.

VPLab: the Virtual Prototyping Laboratory is active in the field of Development and Testing of Virtual Prototypes for Industrial Robotics.

Program

9.30 am – 12.30 pm
Visit to the Biomedical Engineering laboratories (Nearlab, CartcasLab)
Via Giuseppe Colombo 40 – Milano

2.00 pm – 3.00 pm
Robotics at Politecnico di Milano – Presentation
Conference Room “Emilio Gatti” DEIB – Building 20
Via Ponzio 34/5 – Milano (entrance via Golgi 52 – Milano)

3.00 pm – 6.00 pm
Visit to the Automation and Artificial Intelligence laboratories (AirLab, Merlin)
Building 20 Via Ponzio 34/5 – Milano (entrance via Golgi 52 – Milano)

Participation is free after registration.

For more information: comunicazione@polimi.it

Target audience
Schools classes
Adults
Children
University Students
Press
 
Politecnico di Milano - Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria
Laura Brambilla
laura.brambilla@polimi.it
02 2399 3427
 
Politecnico di Milano - Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria
Via Colombo/Via Ponzio 40 - 34/5
20133 Milano
Italy
 
FER Open Day - Robotics Laboratories Tour
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The Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FER) from the University of Zagreb will hold its traditional annual Open Day, which is a great occasion for many future students to not only see what the Faculty has to offer, but also to take a tour of the robotics laboratories, which are very active at the Faculty. Visitors will see what the labs look like, how the team members go about their everyday work, what technology they have and how they use it. This is also an opportunity to see some of the robots in action!

Target audience
High-school seniors and graduates looking for a university programme to enrol into; their families, teachers, other high-school and elementary school students.
 
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
Anamarija Miličević
anamarija.milicevic@fer.hr
+385919197327
 
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
Unska 3
10000 Zagreb
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC - Workshop
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In the workshop will be carried out activities of robotics and programming based on contents of the discipline of Mathematics. Using robots based on kits (Lego Ev3), with a user friendly support, and a visual programming language, participants will have the opportunity to perform various tasks on direct proportionality, geometry, etc.

Software to install: on computers: EV3

Target audience
Basic Education, Secondary Education and Parents
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
André Duarte
geral@neeec.pt
967781700
 
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
DEEC, Pólo II
3030-290 Coimbra
Portugal
 
SPAZIO ROBOT
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The exploration of the Solar System increasingly sees robots as protagonists.
These tireless and curious space adventurers must make delicate decisions in complete autonomy, based only on the data received from the sensors and cameras on board.
In this workshop you will learn how to program them and make them autonomous in a simple and intuitive way.
You will face increasingly complex challenges, trying to overcome them with logic and imagination.
You can test your ideas on a real robot, a Lego EV3, which will move according to the instructions you give.

The activity is in italian.

Target audience
adults and children from 11 years
 
APRITICIELO ASSOCIATION
SIMONA RACHETTO
COMUNICAZIONE@PLANETARIODITORINO.IT
+39 0118118737
 
INFINI.TO - TURIN PLANETARIUM
VIA OSSERVATORIO 30
10025 PINO TORINESE
Italy
 
Guided tours for primary and secondary school children in the productive robotics lab at Lund University (copy) (copy)
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Guided turs for school children age 10-20 in the productive robotics lab at Lund University. Note: The event is fully booked since early October.

Target audience
School children age 10-20
 
Lund University
Jonas Wisbrant
Jonas.Wisbrant@cs.lth.se
+46 46 222 34 83
 
Lund University
Ole römers väg 1
223 63 Lund
Sweden
 
OpenLab @ Inday Students
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What would it be like to have a robot as a little helper at home?
Researchers at the University of Innsbruck are working to equip robots
with the intelligence and skills to help you in your household one day.
On this lab tour, visitors can interactively teach a robot various different
movements, and experience how it perceives its environment and acts autonomously.

Target audience
Students and everyone interested in robotics
 
University of Innsbruck
Simon Haller
simon.haller@uibk.ac.at
 
Department of Computer Science
Technikerstr 17
6020 Innsbruck
Austria
 
Karrieretag Wissen schafft Zukunft auf dem Fraunhofer Institutszentrum Stuttgart (November 2018)
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Lassen Sie sich während unserer Veranstaltung für unterschiedliche Forschungsfelder und Berufsmöglichkeiten bei Fraunhofer begeistern. Erleben Sie hautnah, an welchen Projekten wir aktuell forschen und blicken Sie unseren Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern im Labor oder Reinraum über die Schulter. Neben spannenden Einblicken ist auch Ihre Mitwirkung gefragt: Vertiefen Sie Ihre Kenntnisse und erhalten eine wertvolle Orientierungshilfe für Ihre Karriereplanung.

Programmablauf
10.00 Uhr Begrüßung und Keynote IAO
11.00 Uhr Forschung live erleben – Runde 1
12.15 Uhr Mittagessen
13.00 Uhr Forschung live erleben – Runde 2
14.00 Uhr Insider-Einblicke zu Berufslaufbahnen
15.00 Uhr Jobmesse und Tischkickerturnier


Führung 1: Immersive Engineering Lab @ Fraunhofer IAO
Das Immersive Engineering Lab ist eine Arbeits- und Präsentationsumgebung, in welcher immersive 3D-Darstellungen gezeigt werden. Dabei handelt es sich um eine detailgenaue und anmutungstreue Echtzeitvisualisierung in Virtual Reality (VR). »Virtual Prototyping« lässt sich auf verschiedene Branchen anwenden. Dabei stehen nicht nur VR-Technik und Softwareschnittstellen zur nahtlosen Datenintegration im Forschungsfokus, sondern auch die Methodik zur Gestaltung individueller »VR-Sessions« zur kollaborativen Entscheidungsfindung. Am eigenen Gebäude wird exemplarisch gezeigt, wie Architekturmodelle zu maßstäblich erleb- und begehbaren virtuellen Bauwerksprotoypen werden und wie eine »immersiven Baubesprechung« für effizientere Entscheidungen durchgeführt werden kann.

Führung 2: Digital Engineering Lab @ Fraunhofer IAO
Im Digital Engineering Labor werden aktuelle Trends aus Forschung und Wirtschaft für zukünftige Ingenieurinnen und Ingenieure vorgestellt und an ausgewählten Demonstratoren vorgeführt. Das Produkt und seine Produktion werden digital erlebbar gemacht, bevor sie real existieren. Schwerpunkt sind innovative Methoden und Werkzeuge, die dabei unterstützen, Produkt- und Produktionsentwicklung noch effizienter und qualitativ hochwertiger auszuführen.

Führung 3: Plasmatechnologie – der Schlüssel zu neuartigen Oberflächen und Produkten @ Fraunhofer IGB
Ein Plasma ist ein gasartiger Zustand, bei dem viele Gasteilchen geladen bzw. ionisiert sind. Mit dem Auge ist es als ein helles Leuchten wahrnehmbar und tatsächlich basieren viele Lichtquellen auf Plasmen. Außer, dass die Plasmen leuchten und viele Ionen enthalten, finden in ihnen auch chemische Prozesse statt. Bei Fraunhofer forschen wir anwendungsorientiert – deswegen fragen wir: Wie lassen sich Plasmen nutzen?
Das wichtigste Anwendungsgebiet ist die Oberflächenbearbeitung. Mithilfe von Plasmen können dünnste Schichten auf Oberflächen aufgetragen werden. Somit lassen sich Materialien »funktionalisieren«, also mit bestimmten gewünschten Eigenschaften ausstatten. Beispiele sind etwa Kratzschutzschichten, wasserabweisende oder Anti-Eis-Beschichtungen. Abhängig von ihren chemischen Zusammensetzungen können Plasmen aber auch genutzt werden, um Materialien hochpräzise zu ätzen. So werden Computer- und Handychips hergestellt.
Plasmen werden auch zur Reinigung und Entkeimung von Oberflächen eingesetzt oder im Bereich der Wasserreinigung. Das funktioniert vor allem über chemische Prozesse, über UV-Licht aus dem Plasma und den Beschuss der Oberfläche mit Plasmaionen. Das Fraunhofer IGB entwickelt Verfahren für all diese Anwendungsfelder.
An unserem Institut zeigen wir die vielfältigen praktischen Möglichkeiten, die Plasmen für die Industrie bieten – vom Vereisungsschutz von Flugzeugtragflächen über die Veredelung von Textilien bis hin zur Behandlung von Implantaten oder Dialysemodulen zur Blutreinigung in der Medizintechnik.

Führung 4: Algentechnologie – Stoffproduktion mit Mikroalgen @ Fraunhofer IGB
Auf der Suche nach neuen, regenerativen Rohstoffquellen könnte man Mikroalgen leicht übersehen. Doch die wenige Mikrometer großen Wasserpflanzen haben ein enormes Potenzial als Lieferant von chemischen Grundstoffen unter anderem für Nahrungsmittel und Pharmazeutika. Dabei sind sie äußerst genügsam – mehr als Sonnenlicht, Kohlenstoffdioxid, Nitrat und Phosphat brauchen sie nicht, im Gegensatz zu »normalen« Landpflanzen wachsen sie sehr schnell und brauchen dafür keine Ackerfläche. Aus so wenig holen sie aber ein Maximum heraus:
Je nach Art produzieren die Mikroalgen unterschiedliche Stoffe. Am Fraunhofer IGB zeigen wir, wie zum Beispiel Omega-3-Fettsäuren oder Fucoxanthin, ein Lebensmittelfarbstoff mit gesundheitsfördernden Eigenschaften, aus Algenbiomasse gewonnen werden.
Auch eine energetische Nutzung ist möglich, denn weitere Algenprodukte sind Stärke und Lipide, die sich in Bioethanol umsetzen lassen bzw. als Biodiesel Verwendung finden. Da Algen in der Lage sind Kohlenstoffdioxid für ihr Wachstum zu nutzen, können sie eine CO2-neutrale Kraftstoffquelle für die Zukunft sein.

Führung 5: Beschichtungssystem - und Lackiertechnik @ Fraunhofer IPA
Ausgehend von der Entwicklung neuer Lacke und Lackkomponenten über die Lackapplikation bis zum Entwickeln, Modellieren und Simulieren von produktionsgerechten Prozessen, reichen die Themen und Projekte von Industriekleinaufträgen bis zu aufwändigen bilateralen oder konsortialen Forschungsprojekten. Höhere Auftragswirkungsgrade, kürzere Durchlaufzeiten, Energie- und Materialeinsparung und neue Materialien sind gesuchte Lösungen, welche nach Unterstützung bei der Umsetzung und Integration die Prozesseffizienz deutlich erhöhen. Die gesamte Prozesskette von der Lackentwicklung, Lackherstellung, Lackiertechnik bis zum beschichteten Produkt wird in der Abteilung abgebildet.

Führung 6: Autonome Produktionsoptimierung @ Fraunhofer IPA
Maschinelles Lernen kombiniert mit Produktionstechnik zur kontinuierlichen Selbstanalyse und Selbstoptimierung von Fertigungs- und Montageanlagen. Wir erforschen und entwickeln in unserem interdisziplinären Team aus Steuerungstechnikern, Big Data Architekten, Data Scientists und Produktionstechnikern Werkzeuge und Algorithmen aus dem Bereich der künstlichen Intelligenz. Unser Arbeitsalltag ist dabei sehr praxisnah und bindet aktiv Maschinen- und Anlagenhersteller und –Betreiber mit ein. Dies ist nötig, um Anwendbarkeit und Robustheit unserer Systeme nachvollziehen und hierauf aufbauend unsere Innovationen ständig vorantreiben zu können.

Führung 7: Roboter- und Assistenzsysteme @ Fraunhofer IPA
Thema: Die Abteilung »Roboter- und Assistenzsysteme« gestaltet Roboter und Automatisierungslösungen für industrielle Anwendungen und für den Dienstleistungsbereich. Schlüsseltechnologien werden entwickelt und in innovative Industrieroboter, Serviceroboter und intelligente Maschinen umgesetzt. Die Studenten erleben während der Lab Tour Highlights an vergangenen Roboterentwicklungen sowie modernste Versuchsumgebungen.

Führung 8: Softwareentwicklung im ROS-I Umfeld @ Fraunhofer IPA
Softwareentwicklung im ROS-I Umfeld, Modelgetriebene Softwareentwicklung, Funktionale Sicherheit in der Softwareentwicklung
Das Fraunhofer IPA präsentiert die ROS-I Zelle im Versuchs-Feld. Gezeigt wird der einfache Zusammenbau der Steuerungssoftware für eine Roboteraufgabe aus Softwarekomponenten. Ergänzend erhalten die Teilnehmenden einen kurzen Vortrag von aktuellen Arbeiten der Forschungsgruppe mit der Möglichkeit Fragen zu stellen.

Target audience
WIR SUCHEN
HIWIS UND STUDENTEN
FÜR PRAKTIKA, STUDIEN- UND ABSCHLUSSARBEITEN
 
Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung IPA
Thilo Zimmermann
thilo.zimmermann@ipa.fraunhofer.de
+49 711 970-1240
 
Fraunhofer-Institutszentrum Stuttgart
Nobelstraße 12
70569 Stuttgart
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
The basis of FLL is a robotics tournament in a cheerful atmosphere, where kids and youngsters need to solve a tricky "mission" with the help of a robot. The kids are researching a given topic within a team, they are planning programming and testing an autonomous robot to solve the mission. The FLL Teams take the opportunity to experience all steps of a real product development process: solving a problem under time pressure with insufficient resources and unknown competitors. FLL is a small microcosmos of real business life in all its respects.

Target audience
Children and teenagers between the ages of 9 and 16 years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
DDM hl. m. Prahy, Stanice techniků
Pod Juliskou 2a
160 00 Praha 6
Czech Republic
 
Future Work Lab - Open Lab Day (05. Dezember 2018)
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Sie wollen selbst erleben, wie sich die Industriearbeit der Zukunft anfühlt? Dann tragen Sie hier Ihre Kontaktdaten ein und melden Sie sich kostenlos für die offene Führung im Future Work Lab an. An jedem Open Lab Day steht Ihnen unsere Demonstratorenwelt offen und unsere Fachexperten laden Sie zum Gespräch ein. Bitte beachten Sie, dass wir im Mai und Juni in größere Räumlichkeiten umziehen werden und deshalb in diesen Monaten keine Führungen anbieten können.

Was Sie an unserem Open Lab Day erwartet

- Freier Besuch der Demonstratorenwelt: Erleben Sie unser Lab im Betrieb
- Optional: Jeweils zwei geführte Kurz-Touren (Start: 9:30 Uhr und 10:30 Uhr) durch die Demonstratorenwelt pro Tag
- Die Möglichkeit, mit unseren Experten rund um Industrie 4.0 und die Gestaltung der Arbeit der Zukunft zu diskutieren
- Informationen zu unserem Leistungsangebot

Adresse:

ARENA2036
Pfaffenwaldring 19
70569 Stuttgart

Target audience
Offen für jedermann / Open for everyone
 
Fraunhofer IPA
Simon Schumacher
simon.schumacher@ipa.fraunhofer.de
+49-711-970-1747
 
Future Work Lab c/o ARENA2036, Universität Stuttgart
Pfaffenwaldring
70569 Stuttgart
Germany
 
Inauguration of the Associazione Officine Leonardo' Robotics Lab
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Dicembre 2018
apertura della Palestra della Robotica dedicato alle squadre che vogliono
allenarsi per la First Lego Leagu e , NAO Challenge, Robocup. WRO e
per tutte le altre competizioni Nazionali i ed Internazionali per la Robotica

Target audience
High School students, Middle School student, Teachrs, turor, parents, open to Public
Associazione Officine Leonardo tel. 081 8847741
info@officineleonardo.org
 
Associazione officine Leonardo
Dott. Prof.ssa Adele Vairo dirigente@liceomanzonicaserta.it
cepm010008@istruzione.it
+39 0823355786
 
Liceo A- Manzoni
Via De Gasperi
81100 Caserta
Italy