Robo.DU Day 2019
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Robo.DU Day is an event with public talks about robotics, Arduino technology, electronics, DIY culture and much more.

Our guest lectures for this year are from Radiona.org, Pulsar labs & CircuitMess. Goran Mahovlić will show us how, with joined forces, they create interesting and sometimes strange projects at Radiona.org - Zagreb Makerspace. After him, Ante Medić from Pulsar labs will tell a story how they made the tank that won this year's Idea knockout and the trip to the world's largest electronics fair CES 2020 in Las Vegas. Albert Gahšak from CircuitMess will tell his story of launching tech startup and his MAKERbuino and Ringo (MAKERphone).

Robo.DU Day is planned as a day of exchange of knowledge and skills among students and young people of the City and the County. The idea of a well-conceived STEAM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) is associated with this event.

Target audience
Primary school students, secondary school students, students and everyone else interested in topic
 
City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture, Informatics club Futura and University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Campus of the University of Dubrovnik
Branitelja Dubrovnika 41
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
CLILiG-Robotik: Sprachanimation in einem aktuellen und zukunftsweisenden Kontext
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Die Roboter sind da: Als Spielzeug im Kinderzimmer, im „Smart Home“, in der Altenpflege. Die Entwicklung schreitet rasant voran. Mit den zwangsläufig erfolgenden gesellschaftlichen Umbrüchen sind enorme Herausforderungen, aber auch große Chancen verbunden. Eine umfassende Vorbereitung auf ein Leben und Arbeiten mit Robotern, Künstlicher Intelligenz und Industrie 4.0 findet in Europa jedoch eher nur ansatzweise statt. Dabei gilt es vor allem, die junge Generation vorzubereiten auf einen selbständigen und verantwortungsbewussten Umgang mit der »neuen« Technologie, die vor allem ihr Leben in einer Weise beeinflussen wird, deren Konsequenzen kaum umfassend abzusehen sind. Insofern ist diese Aufgabe in aktueller und zukunftsorientierter Perspektive »Schule für das Leben«.
Auch der Sprachunterricht muss, soll er kompetenzorientiert auf aktuelle Lebensumstände bezogen sein, diesem Umstand Rechnung tragen. Wie dies in zunächst spielerischer Art und Weise zum Aufbau technischer und sprachlicher Basis-Kenntnisse, die integrierte Vermittlung von soft skills und bis hin zu anspruchsvollen Anwendungsmöglichkeiten in der Sekundarstufe möglich ist, wird in zwei Workshops anschaulich demonstriert und praktisch umgesetzt. Dem liegt das international durchgeführte Konzept DoxaKey CLIL-Robotik – Vom Kindergarten bis zum Beruf zugrunde sowie die „Kroatische CLIL-Robotik-Meisterschaft“ für gemeinsame Grund- und Mittelschulteams, die jährlich am Schulzentrum Gimnazija i strukovna škola Bernardina Frankopana in Ogulin von den Kooperationspartnern DoxaKey education und Društvo pedagoga tehničke kulture Ogulin durchgeführt wird.
Vorkenntnisse zur Teilnahme an den Workshops sind nicht erforderlich!

Target audience
German language and IT teachers
 
DoxaKey education and Društvo pedagoga tehničke kulture Ogulin
Dr. Gerald Hühner/DaF - Dragan Sabljak, prof./IT; Dr. Sunčica Sabljak, prof./DaF - Bojan Grba, prof./IT
suncica.sabljak@gmail.com; suncica.sabljak@skole.hr; gerald.huehner@doxakey.com; dragan.sabljak@skole.hr; bojan.grba@skole.hr
 
Valamar Diamant Hotel
Brulo bb bb
52440 Poreč
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Lightbot programming workshop
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Informatics club Futura on Saturday, November 16 at the Campus of the University of Dubrovnik from 11:50 to 14:00 will have programming workshop for primary and secondary school students, students and adults. At the workshop, participants will walk through the Hour of Code Lightbot lessons with the help of mentors. At the end of the workshop, the participants will receive a certificate of a successful Hour of Code. Applications at - https://forms.gle/fHxha8LCfQajNSu2A

Target audience
primary and secondary school students, students and adults
 
City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture, Informatics club Futura and University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Campus of the University of Dubrovnik
Branitelja Dubrovnika 41
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
STEAM playroom: An introduction to robo-mechanics
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An introduction to robo-mechanics (Science-Art playroom for children). UR Institute & Youth Scientce club on Saturday, November 16 at the Campus of the University of Dubrovnik from 11:50 to 14:00 will have two workshops for children form 5 to 11 years. Through fun, play and experimentation, participants will learn basics of robot mechanics and how to make a mechanical robot arm from recycled material. Applications at - https://forms.gle/u19HynAuDmUs9KZN6

Target audience
children form 5 to 11 years
 
City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture, Informatics club Futura and University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Campus of the University of Dubrovnik
Branitelja Dubrovnika 41
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Soldering workshop (LEMionica)
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Informatics club Futura on Saturday, November 16 at the Campus of the University of Dubrovnik from 11:50 to 14:00 will have soldering workshop for children, young people and adults. We have prepared various interesting soldering kits for participants. Applications at - https://forms.gle/RVKnjokVi5b6dtq87

Target audience
children, young people and adults
 
City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture, Informatics club Futura and University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Campus of the University of Dubrovnik
Branitelja Dubrovnika 41
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
3D pen workshop
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Dubrovnik-Neretva County Association of technical culture educators on Saturday, November 16 at the Campus of the University of Dubrovnik from 11:50 to 14:00 will have workshop for primary and secondary school students, students and adults. At the workshop, participants will draw interesting objects with the helo if 3D pen. Applications at - https://forms.gle/XrFLEk5ryZt9MCrx6

Target audience
primary and secondary school students, students and adults.
 
City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture, Informatics club Futura and University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Campus of the University of Dubrovnik
Branitelja Dubrovnika 41
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
LEGO Renewable Energy Sources workshop
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Dubrovnik center of technical culture on Saturday, November 16 at the Campus of the University of Dubrovnik from 11:50 to 14:00 will have workshop for primary school students from 5th grade and older. The workshop includes the electrical circuit basics, practical application of wind turbines, solar panels and battery charging. Applications at - https://forms.gle/Zo93E67xsqpyt1kz9

Target audience
primary school students from 5th grade and older
 
City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture, Informatics club Futura and University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Campus of the University of Dubrovnik
Branitelja Dubrovnika 41
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics@fer.hr at the University of Zagreb Fair
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robotics@fer.hr is an affiliation of three robotics laboratories at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing: Laboratory for Underwater Systems and Technologies (LABUST), Laboratory for Robotics and Intelligent Control Systems (LARICS) and Laboratory for Autonomous Systems and Mobile Robotics (LAMOR). Together, these three labs cover a wide range of areas in robotics, including underwater, ground and aerial robotics, autonomous navigation, human-robot interaction, collective and automotive systems, etc. At the University of Zagreb Fair, robotics@fer.hr will present their work, research, equipment and technology, as well as potential research and study programmes to the public, and they will introduce the audience to the world of robotics in Croatia. Visitors will be able to learn about and see drones, NAO robots, the industrial robot Baxter and many others.

Target audience
Current and potential future students (undergraduate, graduate, PhD etc.) looking for a university programme to enrol into or take part in
 
University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
Ivana Mikolić
ivana.mikolic@fer.hr
 
Studentski centar
Savska 25
10000 Zagreb
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Gideon Brothers' Robotics Lab Tour
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As part of European Robotics Week, we are opening our robotics lab to guided tours on Friday, November 22, 2019. If you're interested in seeing our operations and robots - up close - and meeting some of our engineers, we hope to see you on Friday at either 10am or at 2pm.

Target audience
Interested public
 
Gideon Brothers
Kimberly Račić
marketing@gideonbros.ai
 
Gideon Brothers - Zagreb
Radnička 177
10000 Zagreb
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
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
Ivana Mikolić
ivana.mikolic@fer.hr
 
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
Unska 3
10000 Zagreb
Croatia/Hrvatska