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Preschool students will introduce themselves to educational robotics. They will make activities with the Makey Makey robotic kit using the Scratch 3 programming environment.

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Preschool students - Department of Preschool Education, University of Crete, Greece
 
University of Crete
Stamatis Papadakis
stpapadakis@gmail.com
6972764917
 
University of Crete
University Campus - Gallos 1
74100 Rethymno
Greece
   01.12.2020 - 01.12.2020
17:30 - 20:30

 
 
Robotics Place DAY
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One day event to meet all the ecosystem of Robotics Place cluster. We will organise BtoB meetings with customers, hackathon for students, conferences with our partners from otehr clusters, school presentations, product demonstrations ... and more to be defined

Target audience
Customers, students, partners, providers, politics, journalists ...
 
Robotics Place
Philippe ROUSSEL
philippe.roussel@robotics-place.com
+33688020350
 
Diagora
rue Pierre Gilles de Gennes 150
31670 Labège
France
   01.12.2020
08:00 - 18:00

 
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Elementary school Cavtat #1
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Monday, December 3rd at the Elementary school Cavtat from 17:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for elementary school children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Elementary school Lapad
Ul. Stjepana Radića 5
20210 Cavtat
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Elementary school Cavtat #2
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Monday, December 8th at the Elementary school Cavtat from 17:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for elementary school children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Elementary school Lapad
Ul. Stjepana Radića 5
20210 Cavtat
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
How to Teach ROS & Robotics Online with ZOOM – and 2 more Solutions! FREE ONLINE WEBINAR
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Learn the Methodology and Solutions for Teaching ROS & Robotics during Lockdown.

Affected by the pandemic lockdown, many universities have been forced to close and move their courses online. Some have even announced the continuation of online courses through 2021.

You can teach almost any subject online. However, some subjects are going to be more productive online than others. For instance, you can teach medical students online about all the illnesses of the lungs. However, there is a part of that teaching that involves the interaction with actual ill people. That is very difficult to provide through online teaching.

In robotics, something similar happens. How can we ensure that students learn and practice their robot knowledge over the Internet? How can we provide students with the same full learning experience as when we teach them with a real robot? And how can we keep track of students’ learning progress and evaluate results…? These are the challenges for a robotics teacher.

In this FREE webinar, we are going to show you how to teach ROS & Robotics online with ZOOM, and we will provide you with two additional solutions.

ATTENDEES WILL LEARN
* 3 methods to teach ROS & Robotics remotely while confined.
* Attendants will experience first-hand exactly what their students would experience.
* Attendants will receive a short class on how to make a TurtleBot3 autonomously navigate. We will use a simulation and a real robot for these webinars.
* Attendants will connect remotely to a TurtleBot3 and execute the program remotely.

ATTENDANTS WILL RECEIVE
* A ROS teaching guide (including a step-by-step method to setup your ROS & Robotics class).
* A full practical ROS project with which you can teach your students to use a TurtleBot3 for mapping an indoor environment, localizing the robot, and making it navigate autonomously. This project includes the simulation, notebook with full syllabus, and ROS codes.
* An engaging and fun experience with Ricardo and Alberto, teachers of ROS.

ROBOTS USED IN THIS WEBINAR
* TurtleBot 3 and TurtleBot 3 Simulation

Target audience
- Professors/Teachers of undergrads or graduate students who are preparing ROS & Robotics courses for Spring 2021.

- Teachers who are searching for a ROS & Robotics online teaching solution during the COVID-19 lockdown.
 
The Construct
YUHONG LIN
ylin@theconstructsim.com
 
The Construct Sim
Gran Vía de les Corts Catalanes 608
08007 Barcelona
Spain
 
Disability Rights and Robotics: Co-producing futures
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This is a UWE Bristol Social Science in the City event celebrating Disability History Month

In this time of rapid social change to our social and work lives, relationships and leisure, there are new technologies that might support disability rights like ‘driverless cars’, smart phones, social media and new robotic technologies. Members of the team of 25 co-researchers from the University of the West of England, Fairfield Farm College and Wiltshire Centre of Independent Living used a knowledge café methodology to ask

How can robotic technologies support disability rights?

Sign up for an online 15 minute tour of the Bristol Robotics Laboratory Assisted Living Studio with Professor Praminda Caleb-Solly running between 2-4pm email here for your place on the tour (limited numbers) – sophie.savage@uwe.ac.uk

The robotic tour will take place on Microsoft teams which includes the option of live captioning, and your tour guide will be using limited BSL. The tour will be scripted and this script will be available to those registered. A recording of the robotic tour is also available for those who wish to engage in their own time.

To join the mini knowledge café 6pm -8pm please sign up for a ticket and we will email you the link closer to the date. Any problems please - sophie.savage@uwe.ac.uk

Café Programme:
Experience - From your experience, how do you think robotic technology might enable your rights in everyday life?
Deepening the Inquiry - Sharing our project and its key messages– ‘Disability Rights and Robotics: co-producing futures’
Knowledge for Action - Generating your priority questions for further co-production research

See our report and cartoon for more details on our project (these links will only work for those internal to UWE).

Disability Rights and Robotics cartoon copyright Sam Church and Tillie Curran

Target audience
Public
 
UWE Bristol
 
Online Event
Bristol Robotics Laboratory, T-Block UWE Bristol
BS16 1QY Bristol
United Kingdom
 
Videotutoriales Camp Tecnológico
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Cursos de aprendizaje de programación y emulacion de controladores electronicos, dirigidos a niños / as y adolescentes de 8 años en adelante.

Target audience
dirigidos a niños / as y adolescentes de 8 años en adelante, para hacer solos o en familia
 
Camp Tecnologico
 
Azkuna Zentroa
Arriquíbar Plaza 4
48010 Bilbao
Spain
 
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
 
Wyższa Szkoła Techniczna w Katowicach
ul. Rolna 43
40-555 Katowice
Poland
 
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
 
Chrześcijańska Akademia Teologiczna
ul. Broniewskiego 48
01-771 Warszawa
Poland
 
Creating our own robot with microbits
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PGCE Computing Specialism students will create their own robots using micro: bits.

Target audience
Trainee teachers
 
UCL IOE
Yasemin Allsop
y.allsop@ucl.ac.uk
07717774030
 
UCL IOE
Bedord Way 20
WC1H 0AL London
United Kingdom
 
Meet the Media Guru - Kohei Ogawa
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7 novembre 2019 | Milano
Meet the Media Guru - Kohei Ogawa
Non dovremmo aver paura dei robot. A dirlo è Kohei Ogawa, ricercatore e docente di robotica e intelligenza artificiale all’Università di Nagoya in Giappone. Da tempo studia l'interazione tra persone e Androidi, robot che assomigliano sempre di più agli esseri umani nell’aspetto e nei comportamenti. Ogawa ha fatto parte del team che ha sviluppato Erica, Androide ultra-realistico capace di interagire autonomamente e mostrare una varietà di espressioni facciali complesse, al punto da presentare un telegiornale.

7 novembre 2019 | Milano
Meet the Media Guru - Kohei Ogawa
Non dovremmo aver paura dei robot. A dirlo è Kohei Ogawa, ricercatore e docente di robotica e intelligenza artificiale all’Università di Nagoya in Giappone. Da tempo studia l'interazione tra persone e Androidi, robot che assomigliano sempre di più agli esseri umani nell’aspetto e nei comportamenti. Ogawa ha fatto parte del team che ha sviluppato Erica, Androide ultra-realistico capace di interagire autonomamente e mostrare una varietà di espressioni facciali complesse, al punto da presentare un telegiornale

Target audience
tutti, ingresso gratuito
Registrarsi qui
https://www.eventbrite.it/e/registrazione-kohei-ogawa-meet-the-media-guru-76793835429
 
Meet Media Guru
info@meetcenter.it
+39 02 798760
 
Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci 20123 Milano
Via San Vittore 21
20123 Milano
Italy
 
I robot nello spazio. Quando la realtà supera la fantasia
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giovedì 9 gennaio h.20.30
“I robot nello spazio: quando la realtà supera la fantasia”
a cura di Emilio Cozzi
giornalista, ama lo spazio e i videogiochi

Target audience
tutti adulti
 
 
Fabbrica del Vapore
Via Procaccini 4
20124 Milano
Italy
 
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
 
University of Pavol Jozef Safarik
Jesenná 5
040 01 Košice
Slovakia/Slovak Republic
 
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
 
Faculty of Informatics of Pan-European University Bratislava - Petržalka
Tematínska 10
851 05 Bratislava
Slovakia/Slovak Republic
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, welches Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösungsfähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
HTL Hollabrunn
Anton Ehrenfried Straße 10
2020 Hollabrunn
Austria
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Hochschule Merseburg
Eberhard-Leibnitz-Straße 2
06217 Merseburg
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Exhibition
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It is never too early to discover STEM (science, technology, engeneering, mathematics)!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior was created by an initiative of the American foundation FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and LEGO and has been developed to bring children from six to ten years to the STEM theme. The children will be introduced to the topics by the colorful bricks they already know.
Accompanied by two or more adult coaches, the teams (up to six team members) explore real existing problems such as ressources, recycling, energy, or the coexistence of humans and animals. They create a Show Me poster that presents their discovery and their team, and they build a motorized model of LEGO bricks. On the "journey" the children learn to work together in a team and explore the wonders of science and technology. The focus of the project are the FIRST® Core Values such as respectful approach, shared experience and critical thinking. At the end of each season, the teams meet for an exhibition to present their results, share ideas and have fun together.

Target audience
Children from six to ten years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Edutus University
Stúdium tér 1
2800 Tatabánya
Hungary
 
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
 
Edutus University
Stúdium tér 1
2800 Tatabánya
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
HTL Hollabrunn
Anton Ehrenfried Straße 10
2020 Hollabrunn
Austria
 
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
 
Faculty of Informatics of Pan-European University Bratislava - Petržalka
Tematínska 10
851 05 Bratislava
Slovakia/Slovak Republic
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Wolffskeel-Realschule
Frankenstraße 201
97078 Würzburg
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Exhibition
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It is never too early to discover STEM (science, technology, engeneering, mathematics)!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior was created by an initiative of the American foundation FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and LEGO and has been developed to bring children from six to ten years to the STEM theme. The children will be introduced to the topics by the colorful bricks they already know.
Accompanied by two or more adult coaches, the teams (up to six team members) explore real existing problems such as ressources, recycling, energy, or the coexistence of humans and animals. They create a Show Me poster that presents their discovery and their team, and they build a motorized model of LEGO bricks. On the "journey" the children learn to work together in a team and explore the wonders of science and technology. The focus of the project are the FIRST® Core Values such as respectful approach, shared experience and critical thinking. At the end of each season, the teams meet for an exhibition to present their results, share ideas and have fun together.

Target audience
Children from six to ten years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
AKG (Alternatív Közgazdasági Gimnázium)
Raktár utca 1
1035 Budapest
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Heinz-Nixdorf-MuseumsForum
Fürstenallee 7
33102 Paderborn
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum
Fürstenallee 7
33102 Paderborn
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
Show details
Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Hochschule Offenburg
Badstraße 24
77652 Offenburg
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, welches Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösungsfähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Albert-Schweitzer-Gymnasium
Struckholt 27
22337 Hamburg
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
 
Miskolci Szakképzési Centrum Ferenczi Sándor Egészségügyi Szakgimnáziuma
Szigethy Mihály u. 8
3529 Miskolc
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Gesamtschule Wenden
Peter-Dassis-Ring 47
57482 Wenden
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Wilhelm-Gymnasium Braunschweig
Leonhardstraße 63
38102 Braunschweig
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Heinz-Nixdorf-MuseumsForum
Fürstenallee 7
33102 Paderborn
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Exhibition
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It is never too early to discover STEM (science, technology, engeneering, mathematics)!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior was created by an initiative of the American foundation FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and LEGO and has been developed to bring children from six to ten years to the STEM theme. The children will be introduced to the topics by the colorful bricks they already know.
Accompanied by two or more adult coaches, the teams (up to six team members) explore real existing problems such as ressources, recycling, energy, or the coexistence of humans and animals. They create a Show Me poster that presents their discovery and their team, and they build a motorized model of LEGO bricks. On the "journey" the children learn to work together in a team and explore the wonders of science and technology. The focus of the project are the FIRST® Core Values such as respectful approach, shared experience and critical thinking. At the end of each season, the teams meet for an exhibition to present their results, share ideas and have fun together.

Target audience
Children from six to ten years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Zespół Szkół Nr.3
ul. Słowackiego 7
23-204 Kraśnik
Poland
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Hochschule Offenburg
Badstraße 24
77652 Offenburg
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
 
Alternatív Közgazdasági Gimnázium (AKG)
Raktár utca 1
1035 Budapest
Hungary
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
BULME HTBL Graz-Gösting
Ibererstraße 15-21
8051 Graz
Austria
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Westsächsische Hochschule Zwickau Hörsaalgebäude
Scheffelstraße 39
08066 Zwickau
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Turnhalle Kurpfalz-Kaserne
Spaldingerstr. 100
67346 Speyer-Nord
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Gesamtschule Wenden
Peter-Dassis-Ring 47
57482 Wenden
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
DB Skydeck DB Systel GmbH
Jürgen-Ponto-Platz 1
60329 Frankfurt am Main
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
 
Zespół Szkół Nr.3
ul. Słowackiego 7
23-204 Kraśnik
Poland
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz Hauptgebäude
Steinackerstrasse 5
5210 Windisch
Switzerland
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament (copy)
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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
 
Ecolint La Châtaigneraie campus
chemin de la Ferme CH-1297 Founex 2
1297 Founex
Switzerland
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, welches Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösungsfähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Fakultät für Maschinenwesen der TU München
Boltzmannstr. 15
85748 Garching
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Hochschule Offenburg
Badstraße 24
77652 Offenburg
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Kopernikus-Gymnasium Rheine
Kopernikusstraße 61
48429 Rheine
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Bernard Overberg Schule
Overbergstraße 99
45663 Recklinghausen
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Wilhelm-Gymnasium
Leonhardstraße 63
38102 Braunschweig
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
 
Centro Professionale Tecnico Lugano-Trevano
Via Trevano 1
6952 Canobbio
Switzerland
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Junior Uni Wuppertal Junior Uni Wuppertaler Kinder- und Jugend-Universität für das Bergische Land gGmbH
Am Brögel 31
42283 Wuppertal
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
 
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science Adam Mickiewicz University
ul. Umultowska 87
61-614 Poznań
Poland
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Junior Uni Wuppertal
Am Brögel 31
42283 Wuppertal
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Exhibition
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It is never too early to discover STEM (science, technology, engeneering, mathematics)!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior was created by an initiative of the American foundation FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and LEGO and has been developed to bring children from six to ten years to the STEM theme. The children will be introduced to the topics by the colorful bricks they already know.
Accompanied by two or more adult coaches, the teams (up to six team members) explore real existing problems such as ressources, recycling, energy, or the coexistence of humans and animals. They create a Show Me poster that presents their discovery and their team, and they build a motorized model of LEGO bricks. On the "journey" the children learn to work together in a team and explore the wonders of science and technology. The focus of the project are the FIRST® Core Values such as respectful approach, shared experience and critical thinking. At the end of each season, the teams meet for an exhibition to present their results, share ideas and have fun together.

Target audience
Children from six to ten years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Adam Mickiewicz University, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science
ul. Umultowska 87
61-614 Poznań
Poland
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Junior Uni Wuppertal Junior Uni Wuppertaler Kinder- und Jugend-Universität für das Bergische Land gGmbH
Am Brögel 31
42283 Wuppertal
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Ars Electronica Center Linz
Ars-Electronica-Straße 1
4040 Linz
Austria
 
Rencontres Nationales de la Robotique Educative
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These two days provide an opportunity for education and training professionals, teachers, students, and
researchers, local authorities, associations and economic players around the world.
of robotics to meet and exchange on practices and perspectives related to the use of robotics.
increasing number of robots and connected objects in the educational field.
This year's NNERs focus on data and learning issues and
have two main issues.
How do robots and connected objects contribute to disciplinary learning?
and transverse? What is their contribution to the development of the STEAM approach -
Sciences Technologies Engineering Arts and Mathematics - in France ? In which
How do they contribute to the development of 21st century skills?
century and the appropriation
CRCN's Digital Competency Framework - recently validated by the
Ministry of National Education and Youth?
What about the data generated during the pedagogical uses of robots and
connected objects? What challenges, risks and opportunities are discernible at the
about their production, protection, exploitation, valorisation...?
This edition aims to promote projects, uses and research results relating to
uses of robots and connected objects in schools and universities
French. The aim is to highlight the experiments and research projects
and to discuss the challenges and prospects for the years to come. These
meetings will be an opportunity to strengthen the professional community of practitioners,
trainers, researchers, experimenters, who work in the field of robotics and
connected devices for education

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

Target audience
teachers
researchers
communities
company
school counsellor
education inspector
school head
 
Institut Français pour l'éducation
chartraire
cyril.chartraire@ac-versailles.fr
0684899199
 
IFE Lyon
Allée de Fontenay 19
69007 Lyon
France
 
Colosso di robot. Storie, sogni, avventure
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giovedì 16 gennaio h.20.30
“Colosso di Robot: storie, sogni, avventure”
a cura di Alessandro Apreda alias Doc Manhattan
blogger, giornalista, influencer e scrittore, ama tutto ciò che è pop culture giapponese

Target audience
tutti adulti
 
Fabbrica del Vapore, Comune di Milano
info@iorobotto.com
06 39967998
 
Fabbrica del Vapore
Via Procaccini 4
20124 Milano
Italy
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Neckarhalle
Am Park 8
74847 Obrigheim
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Wirtschaftsförderungsinstitut (WIFI) St. Pölten
Mariazellerstraße 97
3100 St. Pölten
Austria
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
TechnologieCenter der FESTO AG in Berkheim
Ruiter Straße 82
73734 Esslingen
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Inda-Gymnasium Aachen
Gangolfsweg 52
52076 Aachen
Germany
 
I ROBOT DI SERVIZIO
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Un Laboratorio Tecnologico per insegnati e ragazzi dove potranno sperimentare le nuove tecnologie della Robotica di servizio attraverso il Robot SAN BOT e il riconoscimento visivo attraverso l'intelligenza artificiale .Verranno anche illustrate le potenzialità operative e gli aspetti scientifici ed educativi.

Target audience
DIRIGENTI SCOLASTICI, DOCENTI E ALLIEVI
 
associazione officine leonardo
giovanni de lucia
DELUCIA.ING.GIOVANNI@GMAIL.COM
+39 3401076758
 
Istituto Secondario Superiore FALCO
Via Giulio Cesare Falco 2
81043 capua
Italy
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
eule gmünder wissenswerkstatt
Nepperbergstraße 7
73525 Schwäbisch Gmünd
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Semi Finale Österreich
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, welches Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösungsfähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Wirtschaftsförderungsinstitut (WIFI) St. Pölten
Mariazellerstraße 97
3100 St. Pölten
Austria
 
FIRST LEGO League Semi Final Hungary & Poland
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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
 
Zespół Szkół Nr.3
ul. Słowackiego 7
23-204 Kraśnik
Poland
 
Laboratori Digitali Gratuiti di Robotica e STEM e Coding con Minecraft Education per Bambini e Ragazzi 7-10 anni
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Il 18 Gennaio si svolgerà l'Open Day della nostra scuola digitale.

Durante tutta la mattinata (ore 10.00 - 13.00), verranno organizzati i laboratori digitali gratuiti di:
- Robotica e STEM
- Coding con Minecraft Education
per bambini e ragazzi dai 7 ai 10 anni.

Contestualmente, i genitori e/o accompagnatori potranno prendere parte alla presentazione della nostra scuola, dell'offerta formativa e dei workshop in materia di sicurezza digitale e nuove frontiere tecnologiche organizzati per loro.

PROGRAMMA DEL LABORATORIO DI ROBOTICA E STEM
I ragazzi si immergeranno nel mondo della Robotica e delle materie STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) in maniera dinamica e divertente.
Con il nostro laboratorio i partecipanti impareranno a:
- a programmare con Scratch, il linguaggio di programmazione grafica a blocchi sviluppato dal MIT di Boston
- usare il coding per far muovere e impartire comandi a robot educativi semoventi (mBot)
- studiare le materie scientifiche in modo interattivo e non convenzionale
- sviluppare il pensiero critico
- adottare un approccio logico-matematico nella risoluzione dei problemi.

PROGRAMMA DEL LABORATORIO DI CODING CON MINECRAFT EDUCATION
I partecipanti si avvicineranno al mondo del coding attraverso l'utilizzo di Minecraft Education, la versione pedagogica del famoso gioco, sviluppata da Microsoft per aiutare i più giovani ad approcciare al mondo della programmazione.
Con il nostro laboratorio i ragazzi apprenderanno a:
- programmare in Scratch, il linguaggio di programmazione grafica a blocchi sviluppata dal MIT di Boston
- applicare le principali logiche di coding
- sviluppare la loro capacità di problem solving ed il loro pensiero logico-sequenziale
- aumentare la loro attitudine al teamworking e l'orientamento al risultato.

INDICAZIONI PER PARTECIPARE
Per prenotare un posto, basta inviarci un'email a info@del.roma.it con oggetto "Open Day 18 Gennaio" ed indicare il nome del partecipante e il laboratorio a cui vuole si prendere parte. In alternativa, si possono comunicare tali dati chiamandoci allo 06.93380778.

COSA PORTARE
Per poter partecipare ai laboratori è necessario portare un PC portatile con mouse esterno con filo (non wireless) e, preferibilmente, installare il software gratuito editor di Scratch (scaricabile su https://scratch.mit.edu/download).

Target audience
Bambini e Ragazzi di 7-10 anni
 
Digital Education Lab
Digital Education Lab
info@del.roma.it
06.93380778
 
Digital Education Lab
Piazza Gondar 22
00199 Rome
Italy
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Pädagogische Hochschule Schwäbisch Gmünd
Oberbettringer Str. 200
73525 Schwäbisch Gmünd
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Pädagogische Hochschule Schwäbisch Gmünd
Oberbettringer Str. 200
73525 Schwäbisch Gmünd
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
Show details
Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Wirtschaftsförderungsinstitut (WIFI) St. Pölten
Mariazellerstraße 97
3100 St. Pölten
Austria
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, welches Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösungsfähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Gesamtschule Talsand
Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 6
16303 Schwedt/Oder
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, welches Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösungsfähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Neues Gymnasium Nürnberg
Weddigenstraße 21
90478 Nürnberg
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Semi Finale West
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, welches Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösungsfähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Inda-Gymnasium Aachen
Gangolfsweg 52
52076 Aachen
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
Show details
Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Inda-Gymnasium Aachen
Gangolfsweg 52
52076 Aachen
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, das Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit, wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösefähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
IHK Darmstadt Rhein Main Neckar
Rheinstr. 89
64295 Darmstadt
Germany
 
The 4rd Annual IEEE UK and Ireland RAS Chapter Conference
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The aim of the annual IEEE UK&I RAS conference to improve the communication of its members and other researchers, young students and industrial professionals who are interested in the activities of RAS in research, development and education, share the knowledge, latest research achievements and technologies in RAS, and promote collaboration and knowledge transformation.

Synchronising with the pace of IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, the UK & Ireland RAS chapter addresses the advancement of the theory and practice of robotics and automation engineering and science and of the allied arts and sciences, and for the maintenance of high professional standards among its members. Today, Robotics and Automation Technologies have been widely applied in various areas, such as Extreme & Hazard Environments, Manufacturing, Food Automaiton, Medical Surgery, Healthcare, Agriculture, Urban Search and Rescue, Surveillance, etc. AI technology has played significant roles in the development of RAS. Internet of Robotic Things (IoRT) inspired wider applications of RAS. The value of IoRT has been demonstrated in distributed, heterogeneous robot control paradigms like networked robot systems or robot ecologies, or in approaches such as ubiquitous robotics and cloud robotics that place resource-intensive computation on the cloud.

 
The University of Manchester
Sackville Street Building 1
M13 9PL Manchester
United Kingdom
 
FIRST LEGO League Semi Finale Nordost
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, welches Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösungsfähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Hochschule für nachhaltige Entwicklung Eberswalde Waldcampus
Alfred-Möller-Straße 1
16225 Eberswalde
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Hochschule Luzern - Informatik
Suurstoffi 1
6343 Rotkreuz
Switzerland
 
Workshop for 6th grade
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Our students will run 2 robotics workshops: one on arduino and the other with Weeebot mini.

Target audience
Students from 6th grade of the Agrupamento de Escolas da Benedita
 
Externato Cooperativo da Benedita
Samuel Carvalho Branco
sbranco@inse.pt
+351969794218
 
Externato Cooperativo da Benedita
Rua do Externato Cooperativo
2475-204 Benedita Benedita
Portugal
 
Introduction to Arduino
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On Thursday, January 30th, the professional council of informatics teachers of the Dubrovnik-Neretva county will be held at the elementary school Mokošica.
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture in cooperation with the University of Dubrovnik will hold a lecture and workshop "Introduction to Arduino". Lecturer Tomo Sjekavica will present Arduino technology, various types of Arduino development boards and projects that can be realized with Arduino. Then, with the practical work of the participants, he will demonstrate the connection and control of basic electronic components, as well as programming in the Arduino IDE development environment.

Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Primary school Mokošica
Bartola Kašića 20
20236 Mokošica
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Zehnerhaus Bad Radkersburg
Hauptplatz 10
8490 Bad Radkersburg
Austria
 
FIRST LEGO League Wettbewerb
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, welches Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösungsfähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Hochschule Mannheim Gebäude A (Informatik)
Speyerer Straße 3
68163 Mannheim
Germany
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Kindergarten Župa Dubrovačka
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Friday, February 7th at the Župa Dubrovačka kindergarten from 09:00 to 11:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kindergarten children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Kindergarten Župa Dubrovačka
Vukovarska 48
20207 Mlini
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
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
 
University of Zilina
Univerzitna 8215/1
010 26 Zilina
Slovakia/Slovak Republic
 
Preschool teachers meet educational robotics with Makey Makey
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Students (preschool teachers )will learn how to control makey makey with Scratch 3.0 as an introduction to educational robotics.

Target audience
Students (preschool teachers )
 
Univeristy of Crete, Department of Preschool Education
Stamatis Papadakis
stpapadakis@gmail.com
 
University of Crete, Gallos Campus
Gallos 1
71305 Heraklion
Greece
 
Robótica en aulas TEA
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Taller con Codey Rocky en el aula TEA del centro

Target audience
Alumnos TEA
Profesor de Pedagogía Terapéutica
Profesor de Audición y Lenguaje
 
Microlog Tecnología y Sistemas S.L.
Mª José Castejón García
direcciontecnica@micro-log.com
917595910
 
CEIP ORTIZ ECHAGÜE
c/Titulcia
28903 Getafe
Spain
 
Programin mBot
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mBot is a complete student solution that gives hands-on experience in programming, electronics and robotics. Working with the mBot robot set is inspired by Scratch 2.0. an application that can be connected to an mBot device using a Bluetooth or 2.4GHz wireless module. This easy-to-assemble mBot educational robot set provides endless opportunities for children to learn STEAM (science, technology, engineering and math).

Target audience
students
 
JU OŠ
Adis Pirija
pirijaa@gmail.com
 
JU OŠ
Komune Vejle 28
88420 Jablanica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Robotics Forum Seminar - Medical Robots
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Abstract
The talk will discuss the transition from open, to minimally invasive and non-invasive surgery, and how this necessitates the development of medical robots. The state-of-the art and innovative developments in the field will be presented. Advances in artificial intelligence offer great promise towards automation in robotic surgery, which however pose significant practical, ethical and legal concerns. To this end, novel “human in the loop” approaches based on advanced human-robot interfaces are proposed.

Bio
George has a background in Mechatronics and Computer Science and is leading the Human-centred Automation, Robotics and Automation in Surgery -HARMS- lab, at the Department of Surgery and Cancer and Hamlyn Centre, Imperial College London. Research at the HARMS lab is underpinned by a Human-Centred paradigm. The main goals of this paradigm can be broadly identified: (a) Patient- and surgeon-specific designs with the aim to minimize and eliminate invasiveness, optimise outcomes, improve ergonomics and promote personalisation; (b) Frugal innovation to provide affordable surgical technologies, allow infrastructure re-purposing and small theatre footprint; (c) Perceptually-enabled functionalities to improve ergonomics, reduce mental fatigue, facilitate automation and increase safety; (d) Enabling technologies able to introduce radical change, and augment performance and capabilities by making robotic surgery attainable and accessible; (e) Disruptive innovation that pushes the boundaries by proposing new paradigms in minimally invasive surgery.

 
Imperial College London
South Kensington Campus EEE 403A
SW7 2AZ London
United Kingdom
 
Robótica en aulas TEA
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Taller con Mouse en el aula TEA del centro

En colaboración con el C.T.I.F. Madrid Sur

Target audience
Alumnos TEA
Profesor de Pedagogía Terapéutica
Profesor de Audición y Lenguaje
 
Microlog Tecnología y Sistemas S.L.
Mª José Castejón García
direcciontecnica@micro-log.com
917595910
 
IES PRADO DE SANTO DOMINGO
Avenida Esteban Márquez 3
28922 Alcorcón
Spain
 
Open Schools Open Societies
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Students will present 2 robotic projects with which they participated in the Open School Open Societies Project.

Target audience
People participating in the OSOS Final Meeting.
 
Externato Cooperativo da Benedita
 
Externato Cooperativo da Benedita
Rua do Externato Cooperativo
2475-204 Benedita Benedita
Portugal
 
FIRST LEGO League Semi Finale Schweiz
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, welches Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösungsfähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz Hauptgebäude
Steinackerstrasse 5
5210 Windisch
Switzerland
 
FIRST LEGO League Semi Finale Mitte
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FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) ist ein Förderprogramm, welches Kinder und Jugendliche in einer sportlichen Atmosphäre an Wissenschaft und Technologie heranführt.
Der Wettbewerb kombiniert den Spaß an Technik und Wissenschaft mit einer spannenden Atmosphäre eines Sportevents. Im Team arbeiten die Kinder und Jugendlichen wie echte Ingenieure an einem gemeinsamen Thema. Sie planen, programmieren und testen einen vollautomatischen Roboter, um knifflige Missionen zu meistern. Sie haben die Möglichkeit wertvolle praktische Erfahrungen in der Arbeit mit komplexen Technologien zu sammeln und ihre Problemlösungsfähigkeiten zu verbessern – und das alles mit einer Menge Spaß und Fantasie!

Target audience
Kinder und Jugendliche im Alter von 9 bis 16 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg (OTH) Foyer „Zentrales Hörsaalgebäude“ D
Galgenbergstraße 30
93053 Regensburg
Germany
 
Robotics Workshop
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ANA BELÉN SÁNCHEZ
absanchezgas@educa.jcyl.es
 
CRA Florida del Duero
Calle Valborrada 38
47520 Castronuño
Spain
 
IT Girls arduino
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Through the campaign “IT Girls are coming to your schools” sets of Arduino equipment were provided to our schools in order to stimulate and encourage girls to take up science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Target audience
students
 
JU OŠ
Adis Pirija
pirijaa@gmail.com
 
JU OŠ "Suljo Čilić" Jablanica
Komune Vejle 28
88420 Jablanica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Robotics developments up close #SZTAKInyit
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Is it really more efficient for a human and a robot to work together on an assembly task?
How mobile robots navigate and what makes them safe to move around in a shared environment?
What communication channel can be used in robotics development?
In case you are looking for the answers of these questions, then please visit the Laboratory of SZTAKI in Győr,
where you can see the robots and their related developments live.
Ask your question to our colleagues who give you an insight into their work from 11 am on 19/02/2019.
If you would like to come, but the time is not suitable for you, don't worry, we will be hosting this program every month.

Target audience
Everybody
 
Research Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence of the Institute for Computer Science and Control
Imre Paniti
imre.paniti at sztaki.hu
+36 1 279 6207
 
SZTAKI Ipar 4.0 kutatási és innovációs kiválósági központ – Győr (Széchenyi István Egyetem)
Egyetem tér 1
9026 Győr
Hungary
 
Robótica en aulas TEA
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Taller con Mouse en el aula TEA del centro

En colaboración con el C.T.I.F. Madrid Sur

Target audience
Alumnos TEA
Profesor de Pedagogía Terapéutica
Profesor de Audición y Lenguaje
 
Microlog Tecnología y Sistemas S.L.
Mª José Castejón García
direcciontecnica@micro-log.com
917595910
 
IES SATAFI
Avenida de las ciudades 104
28903 Getafe
Spain
 
Create with arduino
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Open activity for the age 8-14. Te learn about robotic and how we can be creative with arduino . We will tech the children to create and programming different project with arduino.

Albanian ICT Academy
Erida Cerro
albanianictacademy@gmail.com
00355695859758
 
Albanian ICT Academy
George W. Bush 1001
1001 Tirane and Elbasan
Albania
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Kindergarten Kono
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Friday, February 21st at the Kindergarten Kono from 10:00 to 12:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kindergarten children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Kindergarten Kono
Zagrebačka ulica 66
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
A day of coding & Robotics with Ohbot
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PGCE students will learn to code via Ohbots.

Target audience
Trainee teachers.
 
UCL IOE
Yasemin Allsop
y.allsop@ucl.ac.uk
07717774030
 
UCL IOE
Bedford Way 20
WC1H 0AL London
United Kingdom
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Kindergarten Radost Metković
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Monday, March 2nd at the Kindergarten Radost Metković from 14:00 to 15:30 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kindergarten children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Kindergarten Kono
Jadranska ulica bb
20350 Metković
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Kindergarten Metković
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Monday, March 2nd at the Kindergarten Metković from 09:30 to 12:30 will have three Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kindergarten children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Kindergarten Kono
Ulica Kralja Zvonimira 22
20350 Metković
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
FIRST LEGO League Final Central Europe
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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
 
Hochschule Offenburg
Badstraße 24
77652 Offenburg
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Schulhaus Benzenschwil
Oberdorf 10
5636 Benzenschwil
Switzerland
 
Life Is Fun With Robots
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In our 5 days activity we will introduce robots, sensors, improvements of robotic area, We will work with mbots, makey makey sets, micro:bit and arduinos. Students try to do their robots or robotic projects. Last day of the activity we will exhibit the products.

Target audience
Students are 10-14 years old.
 
Tekkeköy İmam Hatip Ortaokulu
Elif ŞİMŞEK
elifgencosmanoglu@hotmail.com
05443754108
 
Tekkeköy İmam Hatip Ortaokulu
Selyeri mah. 82
55300 Tekkeköy
Turkey
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Kindergarten Izviđač
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Monday, March 9th at the Kindergarten Izviđač from 12:30 to 14:30 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kindergarten children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Kindergarten Kono
Ul. Marijana Blažića 5
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Kindergarten Radost Dubrovnik
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Monday, March 9th at the Kindergarten Radost Dubrovnik from 10:00 to 12:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kindergarten children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Kindergarten Kono
Ulica žrtava Dakse 20
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
VI Muestra de Robótica, Tecnología e Innovación
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The main idea is to spread the culture of Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship among young people.

One part of the exhibition will be dedicated to the students to showcase their projects and share their experiences. In the second part, there will be stands and workshops held by Centro de Ciencia Principia, the School of Engineering and companies from Technology Park of Andalusia where youngers will be closer to the world of Robotics and Research, Development and Innovation.

Target audience
Schools from 6 to 18
 
Centro de Ciencia Principia / Escuela de Ingenierías Industriales / APTA
José Carlos Clavijo Alcaide
josecarlosclavijo@principia-malaga.com
 
Escuela de Ingenierías Industriales
Arquitecto Francisco Peñalosa 6
29071 MALAGA
Spain
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Ausstellung
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Es ist nie zu früh MINT (Mathematik-Informatik-Naturwissenschaft-Technik) zu entdecken!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior ist aus einer Initiative der amerikanischen Stiftung FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) und LEGO® entstanden und wurde entwickelt, um Kinder im Alter von sechs bis zehn Jahren an die MINT-Thematik heranzuführen. Der Einstieg wird den Kindern durch die ihnen bekannten und beliebten bunten Steine erleichtert.
Begleitet durch zwei oder mehr erwachsene Coaches, erforschen die Teams (bis zu sechs Teammitglieder) reale existierende Probleme wie Recycling, Energie oder das Zusammenleben von Mensch und Tier. Sie erstellen ein Forschungsposter, das ihre Entdeckung und ihr Team vorstellt, und sie bauen ein motorisiertes Modell aus LEGO® Steinen. Auf der „Reise“ lernen die Kinder gemeinsam im Team zu arbeiten und erkunden die Wunder der Wissenschaft und Technik. Im Mittelpunkt des Projekts stehen die FLL Junior Grundwerte wie respektvoller Umgang, gemeinsames Erleben und kritisches Denken. Am Ende jeder Saison treffen sich die Teams zu einer Ausstellung, um ihre Ergebnisse zu präsentieren, Ideen auszutauschen und gemeinsam Spaß zu haben!

Target audience
Kinder im Alter zwischen 6 und 10 Jahren.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Berufliches Bildungswerk Halle-Saalkreis SalineTechnikum
Barbarastraße 2
06110 Halle (Saale)
Germany
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Exhibition
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It is never too early to discover STEM (science, technology, engeneering, mathematics)!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior was created by an initiative of the American foundation FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and LEGO and has been developed to bring children from six to ten years to the STEM theme. The children will be introduced to the topics by the colorful bricks they already know.
Accompanied by two or more adult coaches, the teams (up to six team members) explore real existing problems such as ressources, recycling, energy, or the coexistence of humans and animals. They create a Show Me poster that presents their discovery and their team, and they build a motorized model of LEGO bricks. On the "journey" the children learn to work together in a team and explore the wonders of science and technology. The focus of the project are the FIRST® Core Values such as respectful approach, shared experience and critical thinking. At the end of each season, the teams meet for an exhibition to present their results, share ideas and have fun together.

Target audience
Children from six to ten years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Szkoła Podstawowa nr 53 im. Mariusza Zaruskiego
ul. Rudzka 6
01-689 Warszawa
Poland
 
FIRST LEGO League Junior Exhibition
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It is never too early to discover STEM (science, technology, engeneering, mathematics)!
FIRST® LEGO® League Junior was created by an initiative of the American foundation FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and LEGO and has been developed to bring children from six to ten years to the STEM theme. The children will be introduced to the topics by the colorful bricks they already know.
Accompanied by two or more adult coaches, the teams (up to six team members) explore real existing problems such as ressources, recycling, energy, or the coexistence of humans and animals. They create a Show Me poster that presents their discovery and their team, and they build a motorized model of LEGO bricks. On the "journey" the children learn to work together in a team and explore the wonders of science and technology. The focus of the project are the FIRST® Core Values such as respectful approach, shared experience and critical thinking. At the end of each season, the teams meet for an exhibition to present their results, share ideas and have fun together.

Target audience
Children from six to ten years.
 
HANDS on TECHNOLOGY e.V.
Susanne Voigt
sv@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Multifunctional hall Líbeznice (25 minutes from the center of Prague)
Na Chrupavce 422
250 65 Líbeznice
Czech Republic
 
Animación a la lectura!
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El alumnado de 6º de primaria prepara unos proyectos en Scrach centrado en cuentos, para que las niñas y niños de 1º de primaria puedan leer interaccionando con el juego para elegir el desarrollo del mismo.

Target audience
Alumnado de 1º de primaria
 
COLEGIO SAGRADO CORAZÓN DE PAMPLONA
gorka.garcia.pamplona@redsagradocorazon.es
 
Colegio Sagrado Corazón de Pamplona
Calle Valle Salazar 2
31004 Pamplona
Spain
 
Programación de un parking inteligente
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Taller para niños de Echidna y sratch para programar el comportamiento de un parking inteligente con control de plazas y barrera de acceso

Target audience
Niños de 7 a 16 años
 
Microlog Tecnología y Sistemas S.L.
Mª José Castejón García
direcciontecnica@micro-log.com
917595910
 
Microlog Tecnología y Sistemas, S.L.
C/ Andrés Obispo 37
28043 Madrid
Spain
 
Online Workshop: Be creative with Arduino
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Online activities.
To learn about robotic and how we can be creative with arduino . We will tech the children to create and programming different project with arduino.
And on the end we can demostrote a common product Robotics Arduino

Target audience
#ERW2020
#codeweek2020
#coding
Teachers from Albania
 

ALKETA BAJRAMI
ketibajrami@gmail.com
+355696323514
 
ALKETA BAJRAMI
Vlorë 30
9401 Vlorë
Albania
 
Online education workshop
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Online Workshop: Be creative with Micro:bit Online activities.
To learn about robotic and how we can be creative with arduino . We will tech the children to create and programming different project with arduino.
Micro:bit Flashing Heart. ...
Micro:bit Traffic Lights.
Micro:bit Buzz Wire Game. ...
Control a LEGO Train. ...
Micro:bit Badge. ...
Light Up Your Bike. ...
Micro:bits Morse Code Machine.
Micro:bit Fitness Step Counter.

Target audience
Students
Teachers
 

ROVENA HOXHA
rovena_hoxha@yahoo.it
 
Flatrat e Dijes
1 maji 13
9301 Fier
Albania
 
Luxembourg Youth Robotics Challenge
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Robotics Challenge with 3 different categories :
(1) Make it Concept Trophy (6 years up) : Show off your robotics idea around a certain topic (to be defined). No functioning robot is required, concept is sufficient (cardboard, drawings, post-it notes, etc)
(2) MakeX Robotics Competition Luxembourg (6-16 years) : Enter the qualifying competition for the MakeX Robotics Challenge
(3) FIRST Global qualification (14-18 years): Enter the qualifying competition for the FIRST Global Robotics Challenge.

Target audience
Youngsters from age 6 - 18
 
Make it a.s.b.l.
Marc Teusch
marc@makeit.lu
661236515
 
Campus scolaire et sportif
Rue Luc Bonblet 1
6582 Rosport
Luxembourg
 
Theme Park Coding: programma un parco dei divertimenti - FREE WEBINAR ONLINE
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Quale è l'ingegneria dietro ai parchi di divertimento? Come funzianono le montagne russe? E i giochi a tema? E non faremo solo quello impararemo anche a muovere dei piccoli automi, ovviamente virtuali per capire come funzionano gli animatronics all'interno dei parchi gioco .

Target audience
6-13 anni
 
Scuola di Robotica
 
SCUOLA DI ROBOTICA
Via Banderali 1
16121 Genova
Italy
 
EARLY: Programmiamo un microbit virtuale! - FREE WEBINAR ONLINE
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In questo webinar assisterai a una lezione sperimentale sulla programmazione in virtuale di microbit. Il corso è offerto dal progetto Europeo EARLY. Nel corso programmeremo Microbit dalle base usando MakeCode.

Sei un docente? Adotta questo corso!

Target audience
6 - 13 ANNI
 
Scuola di Robotica
 
SCUOLA DI ROBOTICA
Via Banderali 1
16121 Genova
Italy
 
Escape Room: Dynamic DNA
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"Dynamic DNA" is a free virtual Escape Room, the result of many hours of work, which aims to make the participant or participants have fun while learning about Science, History and Technology solving the different challenges.

Javier Olmedo is in an extreme situation and he needs your help to be able to contact his colleague Beatriz Lyson and thus find his great scientific discovery in which he has been working for the last years.

What will that great find be? Will they get it out? Surely with your help, it will be possible.

Target audience
Families
 
Logix5 Smart Solutions S.L.
Lía García
lia@logix5.com
666533747
 
Madrid
Artajon 17
28039 Madrid
Spain
 
Programming challenges for Coronavirus times
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Programming challenges using Scratch and Microbit to make at home

Target audience
+6 y
 
Logix5 Smart Solutions S.L.
Lía García
lia@logix5.com
666533747
 
Madrid
Artajona 17
28039 Madrid
Spain
 
We Are The Makers: costruiamo sensori per la bicicletta - FREE WEBINAR ONLINE
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La sperimentazione del progetto europeo We are the Makers continua! In questa lezione costruiamo un device indossabile per andare in bicicletta in modo sicuro!

Sei un docente? Adotta questo corso!

Target audience
13 -19 ANNI
 
Scuola di Robotica
 
SCUOLA DI ROBOTICA
Via Banderali 1
16121 Genova
Italy
 
Technological projects to make at home
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Technological projects using different educational robotics kits to learn and make at home

Target audience
More than 6 years old
 
Logix5 Smart Solutions S.L.
Lia
lia@logix5.com
666533747
 
Madrid
Artajona 17
28039 Madrid
Spain
 
Fiabe con Scratch - FREE WEBINAR ONLINE
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Tuffiamoci insieme alla scoperta del mondo della fiabe. Storie avventurose, allegre, divertenti, spaventose. Orchi e streghe, servitori, cavalieri, principi e principesse coraggiosi. Inventiamo insieme una fiaba dall’inizio alla fine e andiamo ad animare la nostra scena preferita usando Scratch!

Target audience
6-10 ANNI
 
Scuola di Robotica
 
SCUOLA DI ROBOTICA
Via Banderali 1
16121 Genova
Italy
 
Corso di robotica nelle scuole dell'Arca
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Uncorso dedicati ad attività hands on e di costruzione, oltre che di programmazione

Target audience
Bambine e bambini dalla quinta elementare alla II media
 
Cooperativa L'Arca
info@arcaedu.it
011.966.11.10
 
L'Arca
via San Pancrazio 65
10044 Pianezza (TO)
Italy
 
Realtà strabilianti - FREE WEBINAR ONLINE
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Scopriamo come vengono realizzati gli effetti speciali nel cinema e impariamo a realizzarne alcuni in casa
Sei un docente? Adotta questo corso!

Target audience
6-13 ANNI
 
Scuola di Robotica
 
SCUOLA DI ROBOTICA
Via Banderali 1
16121 Genova
Italy
 
Disegnamo in 3D con Tinkercad - FREE WEBINAR ONLINE
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Continuano le lezioni di disegno 3D con Tinkercad! In questa lezione disegneremo e programmeremo degli oggetti 3D con la nuova funzionalità Codeblocks di Tinkercad!

Sei un docente? Adotta questo corso!
Condividi questo link con la tua classe https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7860517885476840463

Target audience
6-13 ANNI
 
Scuola di Robotica
 
SCUOLA DI ROBOTICA
Via Banderali 1
16121 Genova
Italy
 
Codice Creativo pt. II - FREE WEBINAR ONLINE
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Possono il caso e un algoritmo generare immagini belle, uniche, inaspettate, partendo da elementi specifici?

Sei un docente? Adotta questo corso!
Condividi questo link con la tua classe https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7860517885476840463

Target audience
13 - 19 ANNI
 
Scuola di Robotica
 
SCUOLA DI ROBOTICA
Via Banderali 1
16121 Genova
Italy
 
Realtà strabilianti - FREE WEBINAR ONLINE
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Nel giorno della nascita di Pacman i nostri formatori vi accompagneranno nel mondo dei giochi arcade e vi inviteranno a costruirne uno per il vostro telefono con Pocket code e a costruire anche un case molto ARCADE!

Sei un docente? Adotta questo corso!

Target audience
6-13 ANNI
 
Scuola di Robotica
 
SCUOLA DI ROBOTICA
Via Banderali 1
16121 Genova
Italy
 
Open Roberta: Focus sul linguaggio testuale - FREE WEBINAR ONLINE
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Questa lezione dedicata a studenti di scuola secondaria di secondo grado e docenti di scuola secondaria potremo approfondire usando Open Roberta l’uso di 3 linguaggi testuali diversi: Python, Java e C++. Open Roberta consente di scrivere codice in questi 3 linguaggi e di fare un comodo paragone fra loro.

Sei un docente? Adotta questo corso!

Target audience
10 - 19 ANNI
 
Scuola di Robotica
 
SCUOLA DI ROBOTICA
Via Banderali 1
16121 Genova
Italy
 
Theme Park Coding: programma un parco dei divertimenti - FREE WEBINAR ONLINE (copy)
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I parchi a tema più moderni stanno sempre più usando la realtà virtuale. Come la usano? Come si crea un mondo da usufruire in virtuale? In questa lezione affronteremo tutti questi argomenti e cercheremo di capire quali app e software possano essere usati per muovere i primi passi nel mondo della VR!

Target audience
6-13 anni
 
Scuola di Robotica
 
SCUOLA DI ROBOTICA
Via Banderali 1
16121 Genova
Italy
 
Drón programozás - online webinar
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A mai órán megtanulunk drónt programozni!

Koren Balázs vezetésével a következőket tanuljuk meg az órán:
Megtanuljuk megmérni a környezeti hőmérsékletet, és megjeleníteni
Megismerkedünk a változókkal
Végigvesszük az alapvető ciklusfajtákat
Információt küldünk át egy Microbitről egy másikra
Végül egy drónt is reptetünk.

Tartsatok ezúttal is velünk! Csupa izgalom!
https://www.facebook.com/maistanultamvalamit/posts/1566582023535662

Index
 
Index Iskolatévé
Lajos u. 48-66.
1036 Budapest
Hungary
 
ASTI ROBOTICS CHALLENGE
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Final de la competición de robótica ASTI Robotics Challenge. En él los equipos clasificados tendrán que superar una serie de retos que les proponemos.

Target audience
Público en general. Los participantes van desde secundaria, Bachillerato, FP grado medio y grado superior y Universitarios, incluyendo una categoría de makers para todos aquellos que no se incluyan dentro de estas categorías.
 
ASTI Talent and Technology Foundation
info@astichallenge.com
 

Paseo Sierra de Atapuerca 1
09002 Burgos
Spain
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Dubrovnik libraries #1
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik and Dubrovnik libraries on Tuesday, June 9th at the Dubrovnik Libraries Lapad branch, Atlant centar, Ante Starčevića 24 (1st floor) from 15:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Dubrovnik Libraries Lapad branch, Atlant centar, Ante Starčevića 24 (1st floor)
Ante Starčevića 24
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Dubrovnik libraries #2
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik and Dubrovnik libraries on Wednesday, June 10th at the Dubrovnik Libraries Lapad branch, Atlant centar, Ante Starčevića 24 (1st floor) from 11:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Dubrovnik Libraries Lapad branch, Atlant centar, Ante Starčevića 24 (1st floor)
Ante Starčevića 24
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Dubrovnik libraries #3
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik and Dubrovnik libraries on Tuesday, June 16th at the Dubrovnik Libraries Lapad branch, Atlant centar, Ante Starčevića 24 (1st floor) from 15:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Dubrovnik Libraries Lapad branch, Atlant centar, Ante Starčevića 24 (1st floor)
Ante Starčevića 24
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - House Bukovac #1
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik and Museums & galleries of Konavle on Wednesday, June 24th at the House Bukovac in Cavtat will have two Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kids. First one is at 16:00, and second one at 17:00. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Dubrovnik Libraries Lapad branch, Atlant centar, Ante Starčevića 24 (1st floor)
Bukovčeva 5
20210 Cavtat
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
WaterBot
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Osnovci zainteresovani za robotiku mogu naučiti sve što ih zanima iz elektronike, robotike, mehanike i 3D modelovanja, a četvrtog dana sve to praktično isprobati sastavljajući robota za vodu.

Target audience
od 11 do 17 godina
 
Serbian electronic&robotic association
 
Tenis club pool Senjak
Simiceva 5a
11000 Belgrade
Serbia
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Entrepreneurial incubator Ploče
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with Dubrovnik-neretva county Centre for entrepreneurial on Friday, June 26th at the Entrepreneurial incubator Ploče from 10:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Entrepreneurial incubator Ploče
Crna rika 7A
20340 Ploče
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
High5Girls
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High5Girls is a nonprofit organization working to inspire girls aged 13-19 to get into STEM, These days we arrange a summercamp together with one of our rolemodels Clionadh Martin working with Mobile Robots

Target audience
Girls aged 15-19 years old
 
High5Girls
Marianne Andersen
ma@high5girls.dk
26351660
 
DTI
Forskerparken 10
5230 Odense
Denmark
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - House Bukovac #2
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik and Museums & galleries of Konavle on Wednesday, July 1st at the House Bukovac in Cavtat will have two Robotics & screenless coding workshops for kids. First one is at 16:00, and second one at 17:00. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Dubrovnik Libraries Lapad branch, Atlant centar, Ante Starčevića 24 (1st floor)
Bukovčeva 5
20210 Cavtat
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
FANUC Olimpia – Robotikai Verseny
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A FANUC szívügyeként tekint a jövő generációjára és az ő rájuk váró technológiai kihívásokra. Ennek szellemiségében kezdett el világszinten nagyobb hangsúlyt fektetni az oktatási intézmények segítésére és a diákság, valamint az oktatók képzésére. 2018-tól az Euroskills és Worldskills szakmai versenysorozatok egyik főtámogatójává vált, és a “Robot Systems Integration” szakmával a versenyszámok közé is belépett. 2019-ben sikerrel lebonyolította az első bemutató versenyt a kazani Worldskills-en, és a következő évektől a robotikai szakma a hivatalos versenyszámok közé emelkedik, amely egy meghatározó elemévé válik majd a több, mint 60 szakmának.

A Magyarországon először megrendezett FANUC Olimpia Robotikai Verseny a hivatalos válogatója a 2020 januárjában megrendezésre kerülő grazi Euroskills versenynek, melyet később évi rendszerességgel követnek majd a válogatók a soron következő Euroskills vagy Worldskills megmérettetésre.

Az Olimpián több lelkes, szakmailag elhivatott csapat fog versengeni, hogy a győztes majd európa, és a világ legélesebb eszű robotikai szakembereivel mérje össze a tudását a világversenyeken a jövőben.

Program:
08:30 - 09:00 - Érkezés, regisztráció, fogadás
09:00 - 09:15 - Verseny megnyitása, szalagátvágás
09:15 - 09:35 - FANUC előadás - A robotok világa
09:35 - 09:50 - FANUC előadás - FANUC és az oktatás
09:50 - 10:20 - Magyar Kereskedelmi és Iparkamara előadás
10:20 - 10:45 - Kávészünet
10:45 - 11:15 - FANUC előadás - Az oktatórobotok
11:15 - 11:30 - Verseny megtekintése
11:30 - 12:30 - Állófogadás, szakmai egyeztetések, verseny követése

Regisztráció: https://one.fanuc.eu/fanucolimpia2020

FANUC Hungary Kft.
Bagdi Attila
+36707795878
 
FANUC Hungary Kft. székház
Torbágy utca 7
2045 Törökbálint
Hungary
 
Play with drones for children 10-15 years old
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10-15 år - Droneværksted - 21. juli kl. 10.00-15.00
Oplev og eksperimenter med droner og forstå, hvordan de konstrueres.
Droner eksisterer i mange former og kan være en slags miniature-fly. Definitionen på en drone er et ubemandet flyvende fartøj, som kan flyve helt eller delvist selv.
Byg din egen drone og se om den kan flyve. Det bliver en sjov dag med både læring og øvelser, hvor fantasien slippes løs.
Tid og sted
21. juli kl 10.00-15.00
DTU Lyngby Campus, Anker Engelunds vej 1, Bygning 101A (vi mødes ved hovedindgangen), 2800 Kongens Lyngby
Husk at medbringe madpakke og drikkedunk
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Target audience
Girls and boys 10-15 years old. Drone workshop at DTU - Danish Tech University
 
High5girls
Marianne Andersen
ma@high5girls.dk
26351660
 
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
Anker Engelunds vej 1
2800 Kongens Lyngby
Denmark
 
Play with robots
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12-17 år - Robotværksted – 23. juli kl. 10.00-15.00
Bliv inspireret af robotter. Hvordan tænker de og hvordan designes de?
I denne workshop kan du eksperimentere med robotter, som du selv kan være med til at designe og bygge. Dagen vil være en kombination af både instruktion til temaet og sjove øvelser du selv er aktivt med i.
Tid og sted
Den 23. juli kl 10.00-15.00
DTU Lyngby Campus, Anker Engelunds vej 1, Bygning 101A (vi mødes ved hovedindgangen), 2800 Kongens Lyngby
Husk at medbringe madpakke og drikkedunk
Aldersgruppe
12-17 år
Læse mere på
https://www.tilmeld.dk/dtusommeruniversitet/signup

Target audience
Children 12-17 years old. Come and play with robots - design. learn. play
 
High5Girls
Marianne Andersen
ma@high5girls.dk
26351660
 
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
Anker Hedegaards Alle 1
2800 Kongens Lyngby
Denmark
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Villa Skočibuha #2
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik and Dubrovnik libraries on Wednesday, August 24th at the Villa Skočibuha, Anice Bošković 28 from 11:30 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Villa Skočibuha
Anice Bošković 28
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Villa Skočibuha #1
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik and Dubrovnik libraries on Wednesday, August 24th at the Villa Skočibuha, Anice Bošković 28 from 10:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Villa Skočibuha
Anice Bošković 28
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Villa Skočibuha #4
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik and Dubrovnik libraries on Thursday, August 25th at the Villa Skočibuha, Anice Bošković 28 from 11:30 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Villa Skočibuha
Anice Bošković 28
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Villa Skočibuha #3
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik and Dubrovnik libraries on Thursday, August 25th at the Villa Skočibuha, Anice Bošković 28 from 10:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Villa Skočibuha
Anice Bošković 28
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics workshop - Maritime Technical School Dubrovnik
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At Maritime Technical School Dubrovnik robotics workshop for first year students will be held.
The lecturers of the robotics workshop will be Ivica Kolarić and Jelka Hrnjić from the Croatian Robotics Association, and Dalija Milić Kralj, a professor at the Maritime Technical School Dubrovnik. In the workshops, students will learn the basics of robotics and robot programming through practical examples and tasks.

The workshop will serve as preparation for the robotics alka, which is planned to take place in Dubrovnik in November. The first robotic alka in Dubrovnik took place exactly ten years ago in front of the Rector's Palace. In addition to the preparations for the robotic alka, the students will also prepare for the RoboCup Junior Zagreb 2020 competition, which will be held in December in Zagreb,.

The robotics workshops and the robotic alka are the result of cooperation between the Croatian Robotics Association, the Maritime Technical School Dubrovnik and Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture.

Target audience
secondary school students
 
Croatian robotics Association, Maritime Technical School Dubrovnik & Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Maritime Technical School Dubrovnik
Ulica Miljenka Bratoša 4
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Danish Technical Museum - Play with a robot
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Har du lyst at være entreprenør for en dag og at programmere en robot?
På hackathon 19 september skal vi være på Danmarks Tekniske Museum og vi skal arbejde med Fable robotten. Der kræves ingen forkendskaber til programmering eller robotter – er du nysgerrig og har du lyst til at kaste dig ud i noget nyt, så er denne hackaton for dig. Der vil være fuld forplejning på dagen og du vil få en High5Girls Tshirt med hjem.
Der bliver hygge, du lærer om entreprenørskab og vi skal få en robot til at løse nogle opgaver.
@high5girls består af kvinder, der arbejder med teknologi og videnskab til hverdag, og som ønsker at dele vores glæde med teknologi med unge kvinder idet vi mener, det er vigtigt, at flere kvinder er med til at udvikle fremtidens teknologi – sammen med mændene. Kvinder er underrepræsenteret i teknologi obs, og der kommer mere og mere teknologi ind i vores alles hverdag – derfor skal vi alle være med til at skabe den. Teknologi handler om mennesker, der skal bruge teknologien til at løse nogle opgaver for os.
For piger: 15-19 år
Hvornår: 19 september 9.30-16.00
Hvor: Danmarks Tekniske Museum Helsingør
Kontakt Marianne Andersen fot tilmelding:
ma@high5girls.dk

Target audience
Girls 15-19 years old. Play with robots
 
High5Girls
Marianne Andersen
ma@high5girls,dk
26351660
 
Danmarks Tekniske Museum
Fabriksvej 25
3000 Helsingør
Denmark
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Goveđari (Mljet)
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Tuesday, September 29th at the Primary school Goveđari on island Mljet from 12:40 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Dječja igraonica
Goveđari bb
20226 Goveđari
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Babino Polje (Mljet)
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Tuesday, September 29th at the Children playroom in Babino polje on island Mljet from 10:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Dječja igraonica
Babino polje bb
20225 Babino polje
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics Fest
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To organize the workshops for students during Science Fest in Lviv. Students learn how to build the different model using WeDo2.0 instructions and programming them. Learn about emotions and how to programm Micro:bit.

Target audience
Students
 
3D School
Margaryta Kalyuzhna
verritka@gmail.com
 
Im. Dovzhenka Kinoteatr
Chervonoi Kalyny prospekt 81
79070 Lviv
Ukraine
 
Robotics Week For All at Our School
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We will propose a challenge for all the kids to complete during the week, there will be 2 different challenges for different ages. We will use the technology ans computing classes to help the kids and answer any questions

Target audience
High school students
 
Pucblic High School
Judith Dugo Motos
jdugo@xtec.cat
+34649465650
 
INS Joquim Rubió i Ors
Pau Claris 4
08292 Sant Boi de Llobregat
Spain
 
STEM Weekend Opuzen
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Second day of STEM Weekend is Arduino workshop, where kids learn about Arduino technology, various types of Arduino development boards and projects that can be realized with Arduino. Then, with the practical work of the participants, he will demonstrate the connection and control of basic electronic components, as well as programming in the Arduino IDE development environment.
The ‘OPERA II’ project is funded by the European Social Fund - Operational Program Effective Human Resources 2014-2020 as part of the call “Local Initiatives to Promote Employment - Phase III”. In addition to the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, the project partners are the Regional Agency DUNEA, Dubrovnik Development Agency DURA, Croatian Employment Service - Dubrovnik Regional Office, Entrepreneurship Center Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Korčula Development Agency KORA and the University of Dubrovnik. The value of the project is HRK 1,496,681.54, and it is financed in one hundred percent from the European Social Fund.

Target audience
primary school kids
 
University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Primary school Opuzen
S. S. Kranjčevića 11
20355 Opuzen
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Draw(ing) a ROBOT, 3rd Edition
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The "Draw (ing) a ROBOT" contest is an initiative of the National College "Mihai Viteazul" robotics FTC team from Ploiesti, Ro2D2, and will take place during the October 15 - November 24, 2020 period. The competition aims to increase the interest of children and youngsters in robotics, stimulating their creativity and motivating them to pursue a career in this field, to work in research and creation centers, in innovation Hubs. It is a drawings/collages and 3D design contest that stimulates creativity, develops 3D design skills, as the participants have the opportunity to practice their English/French and enter the fascinating world of robotics. The contestants have to make a graphic image of a robot using the drawing / collage technique or 3D design

Target audience
The contest is for children and young people aged between 8 and 18 years old.
 
High School „Mihai Viteazul”
GABRIELA CANTAR GOGITIDZE
kantargabriela@yahoo.com
+40-722-382265
 
Hub of Ro2D2 FTC team
bulevardul Independentei 9
100028 Ploiesti
Romania
 
STEM Weekend Vela Luka - Arduino workshop
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First day of STEM Weekend in Vela Luka is Arduino workshop, where kids learn about Arduino technology, various types of Arduino development boards and projects that can be realized with Arduino. Then, with the practical work of the participants, he will demonstrate the connection and control of basic electronic components, as well as programming in the Arduino IDE development environment.
The ‘OPERA II’ project is funded by the European Social Fund - Operational Program Effective Human Resources 2014-2020 as part of the call “Local Initiatives to Promote Employment - Phase III”. In addition to the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, the project partners are the Regional Agency DUNEA, Dubrovnik Development Agency DURA, Croatian Employment Service - Dubrovnik Regional Office, Entrepreneurship Center Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Korčula Development Agency KORA and the University of Dubrovnik. The value of the project is HRK 1,496,681.54, and it is financed in one hundred percent from the European Social Fund.

Target audience
secondary school kids
 
University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Secondary school Vela Luka
Ulica 5 9
20270 Vela Luka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
STEM Weekend Vela Luka - mBot workshop
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Second day of STEM Weekend in Vela Luka is mBot workshop, where kids learn first construct mBot robots. Then they will learn about Scratch programming language and how to control and program mBot robots.
The ‘OPERA II’ project is funded by the European Social Fund - Operational Program Effective Human Resources 2014-2020 as part of the call “Local Initiatives to Promote Employment - Phase III”. In addition to the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, the project partners are the Regional Agency DUNEA, Dubrovnik Development Agency DURA, Croatian Employment Service - Dubrovnik Regional Office, Entrepreneurship Center Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Korčula Development Agency KORA and the University of Dubrovnik. The value of the project is HRK 1,496,681.54, and it is financed in one hundred percent from the European Social Fund.

Target audience
secondary school kids
 
University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Secondary school Vela Luka
Ulica 5 9
20270 Vela Luka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Youth Center Dubrovnik #2
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Tuesday, October 20th at the Youth Center Dubrovnik from 11:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Youth Center Dubrovnik #1
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Tuesday, October 20th at the Youth Center Dubrovnik from 09:30 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Youth Center Dubrovnik #3
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Tuesday, October 20th at the Youth Center Dubrovnik from 18:30 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
futura.dubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Schools Coding, Robots Meeting
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The online event aims to promote the learning of programming in the elementary education and its use as a means of training computational thinking. Students from the school's robotics club will present applications made by them with the Edison robot and Micro: bit in the Erasmus+ project.The webinar will be attended partners from Greece and Turkey and they will presenting the robots made by them.

Target audience
students in grades 5-8
teachers from Alexandria,interested in teaching STEM subjects
 
Scoala Gimnaziala Mihai Eminescu
Mihaela Ciofalca
mihaita_crys@yahoo.com
+40766225576
 
Scoala Gimnaziala Mihai Eminescu
Str Libertatii 148
1405 Alexandria, Teleorman
Romania
 
Schools Coding, Robots Meeting
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The online event aims to promote the learning of programming in the secondary education and its use as a means of training computational thinking. Students from the school's robotics club will present applications made by them with the Wedo, Arduino in the Erasmus+ project.The webinar will be attended partners from Greece and Romania and they will presenting the robots made by them.

Target audience
Students in grades 5-8 teachers from Gaziemir,interested in teaching STEM subjects
 
Sarnıç Şehit Uzman Çavuş Egemen Yıldız Secondary School
Olcay Doğan
olcaydogan8@gmail.com
+90232 2812421
 
Sarnıç Şehit Uzman Çavuş Egemen Yıldız Secondary School
Fatih Mah. Atatürk Cad. No 72/1 Sarnıç/Gaziemir/ İZMİR 72
35410 izmir
Turkey
 
Time gates: measuring speed with micro:bit
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Estimated duration: 5 x 45 minutes
Age level: Primary school students
Learning objectives, skills and competencies
Students will develop hard skills such as coding and conductivity, while familiarising themselves with physics and electronics. They will also develop a critical approach while solving problems, and work constructively in teams.
Activities and roles
In this project, students will develop a speed gate system, where a small toy car will be set loose on a ramp, achieve speed through gravitational force and go through two contacts that are connected to a micro:bit. This will measure the time spent and calculate the speed of the car. Students are expected to design and build the ramp, develop the contact-based time gates and code the routines that allow speed to be measured. The teacher monitors the activity and assists whenever possible.

Target audience
Primary school students
 
High school
Denitsa Tsvetanova
d.st.tsvetanova@gmail.com
 
High school
Asparuh 5
3320 Kozloduy
Bulgaria
 
7º Mascota robótica
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SÉPTIMO Certamen de Dibujo “MASCOTA ROBÓTICA” dirigido al público en general de toda España.

Los participantes podrán diseñar cualquier tipo de robot, preferentemente alguno cuyas funciones sirvan para ayudar a lograr los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible de Naciones Unidas. http://ods.bylinedu.es Se valora la parte creativa artística y la funcionalidad

Los trabajos se presentarán de manera individual, remitiéndose a la Asociación ByLinedu, antes del día 14 DE NOVIEMBRE de 2020 por correo postal (indicado en las bases)

Target audience
infantil y adulto
 
Asociación Bylinedu - CoderDojo Valencia
Asociación Bylinedu
info@bylinedu.es
 
Valencia
Plaça de Manises 2
46003 Valencia
Spain
 
Robótica y el laboratorio de robótica inteligente de la Universidad Jaume I
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Con el fin de divulgar la robótica y las actividades del laboratorio de robótica inteligente de la Universidad Jaume I entre el público en general, hemos grabado una serie de vídeos.
Estarán disponibles la web (https://sites.google.com/uji.es/robinlaberw2020/) con pequeñas explicaciones escritas y esperamos que despierten el interés del público.

Target audience
Todas las edades.
 
RobIn Lab - Universitat Jaume I
Gustavo Casañ
ncasan@uji.es
 
Online
Av. Sos Baynat s/n
12071 Castellon
Spain
 
RoboInsights event at DTU
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Different businesses and researchers working within the field of robotics/ ai will present new technology. Topics will be robotics used in maritime, education, healthcare, industry and in different parts of society. There will also be a Pitchfire for startup companies within robotics/ai

Target audience
Business persons interested in what is coming - students who wants to look into the future and get inspiration as to be involved in future development/ research, researchers who wants to get closer to society to hear what the needs are.
 
CoInsights Aps and DTU Elektro
Marianne Andersen
ma@coinsights.com
26351660
 
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
Anker Engelunds Vej 1
2800 Kongens Lyngby
Denmark
 
Roboscientists project celebrates EURobotics week 2020
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The Roboscientists event revolves around a series of 3 webinars . Due to covid-19 the event will be held online. The 3 webinars will guide the participating teachers in the construction of the DIY automobile robotic artefact with Arduino technology and Mblock.

Topics per session:
Session 1: Crafting & wiring
Session 2: Programming motion
Session 3: Avoiding obstacles

schedule: November 9, 10, 11 at 17:30 Greek time (16:30 CET time) and last 1 hour each.

The webinars are organised as part of the Erasmus+ Project Roboscientists 2018-1-PL01-KA201-051129

Please express your interest in participating using the link to Google forms

Target audience
STEAM teachers, secondary school teachers and robotics educators
 
Edumotiva- European Lab for Educational Technology
Rene Alimisi
ralimisi@edumotiva.eu
+306932218143
 
EDUMOTIVA lab
Kapnikareas 19A
10563 Athens
Greece
 
RoboAI viikko verkossa
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Monipuolinen RoboAI-viikko kiinnostaa kaikenikäisiä! Satakunnan ammattikorkeakoulun ja Tampereen yliopiston teknologisen TKI-toiminnan tapahtumat, seminaarit ja konferenssit on kerätty nyt samalle viikolle. Tapahtuma esittelee eri teknologioita ja niiden tuomia etuja eri aloilla nyt ja tulevaisuudessa. Tapahtuma on maksuton ja kaikille avoin.

Ohjelmassa:

Teknologia opetuksessa -koulutustapahtuma ja robotiikkakilpailu
Hyvinvointiteknologiamessut
Tekoäly ja terveysteknologia
FinDrones2020-konferenssi
RoboAI Innovation Challenge
Automaatio ja robotiikka: NEXT-seminaari ja VTR

RoboAI-viikko järjestetään 9.-13.11.2020 kokonaisuudessaan verkossa huonontuneen koronavirustilanteen takia. Näin mahdollisimman monella on mahdollisuus osallistua tapahtumaan joko työpaikalta, omalta kotitoimistolta tai -sohvalta.


Timo Kerminen
timo.kerminen@samk.fi
 
Satakunnan ammattikorkeakoulun Porin kampus
Satakunnankatu 23
28130 Pori
Finland
 
ROS2 and ROS-Industrial Training
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After successfully conducting 10 ROS-Industrial trainings in 2018 and 2019 at Fraunhofer IPA, we are introducing a new curriculum based on ROS2 starting 2020. You can now register for our ROS2 & ROS-Industrial Training to be held from 10 - 13 November 2020. The training will cost 1,200 EUR. If you are a ROS-Industrial Consortium member, please contact us with regards to your free seat(s).
Note:
* The training will take place online on Microsoft Teams. We will provide you with an VirtualBox image with Ubuntu 20.04 , ROS Noetic and ROS2 Foxy pre-installed.
* Please make sure you register with your full name and correct spelling as we use that information for your certificate of participation at the end of the course.
* For this training you need only basic knowledge about Linux Operating Systems and Python programming language. Prerequisite: beginner level in Ubuntu 20.04 and Python3. We kindly ask you to do this free online Python course (https://www.learnpython.org/) until the concepts of Classes and objects and get familiar with Linux with free online material such as https://ryanstutorials.net/linuxtutorial/ or https://www.tutorialspoint.com/unix/.
For any further questions, please feel free to contact us.
Hope to see you soon in Stuttgart, Germany.

Target audience
Everybody who wants more knowlegde in applying open-source software for robotics. Technical pre-knowledge needed.
 
Fraunhofer IPA in cooperation with ROS-Industrial Consortium Europe & EU project ROSIN
Karin Röhricht
kir@ipa.fhg.de
+497119703874
 
Virtual (Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA)
Nobelstraße 12
70569 Stuttgart
Germany
 
Sprike Prime u borbi za klimatske promjene
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Workshop for kids in our primary school, getting ready for WRO - World Robotics Olympiad.

Target audience
Kids age 8 and 9
 
Osnovna škola Ivana Cankara
Maja Mačinko
maja.macinko@skole.hr
 
OŠ Ivan Cankar
Cankareva 10
10000 Zagreb
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
SRY ja SAS Webinar: Cobotti – helposti opetettava työkaveri
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Robotiikkayhdistyksen ja Automaatioseuran yhteistyössä järjestämässä webinaari, teemana yhteistyörobotiikka (Collaborative Robots) 11.11. klo 16-17

OHJELMA

Avaus & yleistä yhteistyörobotiikasta
Jyrki Latokartano, puheenjohtaja, Suomen Robotiikkayhdistys ry

Yhteistyörobotiikka pelastaa Suomen teollisuuden?
Yhteistyöroboteista on povattu ratkaisua lähes kaikkiin automatisoidun tuotannon ongelmiin. Onko se oikeasti niin helppoa ja halpaa kuin annetaan ymmärtää. Löytyykö niitä robotteja tosiaan jo joka toisesta yrityksestä? Webinaarin avauksessa käsitellään lyhyesti mitä yhteistyörobottiika on, mihin se soveltuu ja mihin ei. Tutustumme pikaisesti aiheeseen myös kansainvälisten tilastojen valossa.


Cobotit tuotannon työkaluina
Antti Lumme, Universal Robots

Robotiikan käyttöönotto Suomessa on jäänyt jälkeen verrattuna verrokkimaihin. Itseasiassa Suomi on ollut kummajainen Euroopassa koko 2010-luvun laskevien robottimäärien kanssa. Yhtenä haasteena robotiikan käyttöönotolle on ollut käyttöönoton haasteellisuus, kustannus sekä epävarmuus tulevasta. Universal Robots on kehittänyt asiaan ratkaisu, yhteistyörobotit, joiden avulla yritykset ympäri maailmaa ovat automatisoineet tuotantoaan nopeammin ja joustavammin kuin koskaan aiemmin. Tule kuuntelemaan miten yhteistyörobotit ovat mahdollistamassa tuottavuusloikan niin pienissä kuin suurissakin tuotantoyrityksissä.

Joustavasta automaatiosta tukea tuotantoon
Lassi Kaivosoja, kehityspäällikkö, Pentik Oy

Pentik on Suomen ainoa keramiikkatehdas ja sijaitsee luonnonkauniin Posion keskustassa. Webinaarissa tehtaan kehityspäällikkö käy läpi tehtaan toimintaa ja erityispiirteitä, jotka erottaa Pentikin tuotantoautomaation monesta muusta teollisesta ympäristöstä. Lisäksi esityksessä nähdään kuinka yhteistyörobotiikka ja muu automaatio ovat Pentikin tuotannon apuna nyt ja myös tulevaisuudessa.


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Webinaari on maksuton, mutta edellyttää ennakkoilmoittautumisen täällä: https://www.lyyti.in/SRY_ja_SAS_CobottiWebinar_11_11_2020

Lisätietoja: office [at] automaatioseura.fi, puh. 050 4006624

Suomen Automaatioseura ja Suomen Robotiikkayhdistys
SAS office
office@automaatioseura.fi
 
Suomen Automaatioseura
Asemapäällikönkatu 12
00520 Helsinki
Finland
 
The 1st UK Legged Robotics Workshop
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UK-RAS Legged Robotics Task Group seminar, part of the RAIN Webinar Series

Target audience
Members of the RAS community
 
UK-RAS Legged Robotics Strategic Task Group
 
Online Event
Banbury Road 23
OX2 6NN Oxford
United Kingdom
 
European Robotics Week
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Present and share information about #ERW2020.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtH1uyXXJuA&feature=youtu.be

Target audience
Teachers.
 
Educational 3D Hub
Margaryta Kalyuzhna
verritka@gmail.com
 

Olexandra Dovzhenka St 12
79070 Lviv
Ukraine
 
LEGO Mindstorm setup
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Hocus Pocus Senior LEGO WRO group is starting it's preparation for World Robot Olympiad.

Target audience
High school students.
 
Srednja škola Zvane Črnje Rovinj / Centar Pozitron
Dražen Domitrović
drazen.domitrovic@skole.hr
 
Srednja škola Zvane Črnje Rovinj
Carduccijeva ulica 20
52210 Rovinj
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Palestra: A Robótica e o Cinema
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No contexto do projeto Ciência Viva, e em parceria com a Academia de Robótica, irá decorrer no dia 13 de novembro uma sessão online sobre o tema "A Robótica e o Cinema". A sessão será dinamizada pelo Engenheiro André Dias, investigador em robótica e professor do Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto. Na sessão será explorado o mundo da robótica, tendo por base o cinema: Será que o cinema tem servido de inspiração para o mundo da robótica? Onde está o limite entre a ficção cientifica e a realidade?

Será uma excelente oportunidade para conhecerem um pouco sobre o mundo da robótica e colocarem todas as vossas dúvidas.

Target audience
Estudantes e Encarregados de Educação do Agrupamento de Cristelo
 
Agrupamento de Cristelo e Academia de Robótica
Professora Dra. Natália Leão
aecris@agcristelo.edu.pt
 
Agrupamento de Cristelo
R. Dr. Adriano Magalhães 201
4580-252 Paredes
Portugal
 
LEGO Mindstorm setup
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Hocus Pocus Junior LEGO WRO group is starting it's preparation for World Robot Olympiad.

Target audience
High school students.
 
Srednja škola Zvane Črnje Rovinj / Centar Pozitron
Lovro Šverko
lovro.sverko@skole.hr
 
Srednja škola Zvane Črnje Rovinj
Carduccijeva ulica 20
52210 Rovinj
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
From PPE to Spacesuits #4: Clothing as Life Support - Soft Robotics
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Garments have allowed us to operate in climates and environments that our bodies are not made for – the extreme cold and hot cycles in spacewalks and in hospitals with infectious diseases. A spacesuit is a life support system. For most terrestrial applications, life support systems are used by patients who are too ill to sustain life on their own. In space, life support systems are used by the super fit – astronauts. Could we design better life support systems for the sick by learning from the designs we have for the super fit? Could the design of peri-operative wearables spark new ideas for the next generation of spacesuits as we head for surface missions and commercial crew operations?

Join us online for 1 hour of inspiration and deep insights. Our exciting line up of panellists will present their ideas and include a panellists discussion linking to moderated Q&A’s with your input.

Target audience
Public
 
PanSurg / The Hamlyn Centre / FAIR-SPACE
 
Online Event
Exhibition Road South Kensington Campus
SW7 2AZ London
United Kingdom
 
Almaty Roboman 2020/2021
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The annual robotics tournaments of Almaty Roboman - 2020/2021 (hereinafter referred to as the Tournament or Tournaments) are organized and conducted by the Public Foundation “Project Management Insitute, Kazakhstan” (PMI KZ) within the European Robotics Week (hereinafter ERW, more in https: //www.eu-robotics.net/robotics_week/events/erw-2018-events-/index.html) in a strategic partnership with the Association of Universities of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Almaty Department of Education, Tech Garden, BRIT Travel & Education, Satbayev University, TURAN University, KBTU, AUPET, TURAN University College, the online store www.ba3ar.kz, the Project committees of the international forum“ Digital Twin Project Management: Business & Education Excellence through Virtual Replication "(DTF project, concept from 02/28/18 at http: //www.pmikz. org / dtf / file.axd? file = / DT_concept_280218.pdf), TRIZ KZ Community (https://www.facebook.com/groups/trizkz/about/?hc_location=ufi) and STEAM Kazakhstan Competition (concept from 19.11. 17 at https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HOYlkfcyLNMZol4l5ImG3SG4a0iw0GeG), other partner educational institutions, government and business structures, project teams of the Republic of Kazakhstan and other countries.

Target audience
schoolchildren and students

 
PMI Kazakhstan
Vladimir Zatolokin
pminkz@gmail.com
+77772106040
 
Turan Universiy
Satbayev 16
050000 Almaty
Kazakhstan
 
Encoding MARS -radionice robotike
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Radionice robotike i programiranja o Svemiru.

Target audience
Djeca 7 do 14 godina.
 
Udruga Turopoljski tehničari
Maja Mačinko
xjamax@gmail.com
098625278
 
P399+CV Velika Gorica
Cvjetno naselje 18A
10410 Velika Gorica
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Micro:bit & Scratch
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In this workshop, 4th grade students will make Scratch projects that connect to the physical world with micro: bit.

Target audience
Primary school 4th grade students
 
OŠ Eugena Kvaternika
Dalia Kager
dalia.kager@gmail.com
 
Eugen Kvaternik Elementary school
Školska ulica 4
10410 Velika Gorica
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
construyes! Live - La [R]evolución tecnológica del sector de la construcción: Conectar para innovar
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A causa de la pandemia que está asolando a todo el planeta causada por la Covid, la III edición de construyes! – Jornada de Innovación Tecnológica en Maquinaria para Construcción y Minería se celebrará de manera virtual del 17 al 19 de noviembre.
Para esta nueva edición, que se celebrará bajo el lema «La [R]evolución tecnológica del sector de la construcción: Conectar para innovar», se contará de nuevo con un panel de ponentes de reconocido prestigio, quienes compartirán su visión estratégica sobre la transformación digital del sector, así como su conocimiento y experiencia sobre los últimos avances tecnológicos en el sector y las tendencias que impactarán más significativamente en los próximos años.
Las metas y objetivos de construyes! Live siguen siendo los mismos, de modo que el nuevo programa será, con toda seguridad, al menos tan interesante y mediático como en ediciones anteriores.

Este evento virtual contará a lo largo de 3 días con diferentes bloques de ponencias de entre 2 y 3 horas donde se abordará la tecnología como clave de la estrategia de innovación empresarial y la incorporación en la industria de la construcción y de su maquinaria de las principales tecnologías disruptivas como es la **robótica**.

ANMOPYC - ITAINNOVA - PTEC
David Diez /Javier Huarte
ddiez@itainnova.es /jhuarte@itainnova.es
 
Plataforma Live Streaming
Maria de luna 7
50018 Zaragoza
Spain
 
Ura od informadura - Europski tjedan robotike
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Radio emisija Ura od informadura koja se emtira svaki utorak u 13 sati na unidu radiju.
Gost emisije je Tomo Sjekavica, tajnik Zajednice tehničke kulture Grada Dubrovnika i Dubrovačko-neretvanske županije, ali još važnije nacionalni koordinator Europskog tjedna robotike koji se od srijede do nedjelje održava u Centru za mlade Dubrovnik. Poslušajte koje vas sve zanimljive radionice u sklopu Robo.Du Day(s) očekuju!

Target audience
mladi
 
Udruga za mlade Maro i Baro, UNIDU radio
Nikša Sentić
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Unidu radio
Branitelja Dubrovnika 41
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Elementary school Lapad #3
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Tuesday, November 11th at the Elementary school Lapad from 12:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for elementary school children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Elementary school Lapad
Od Batale 14
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Elementary school Lapad #1
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Tuesday, November 11th at the Elementary school Lapad from 12:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for elementary school children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Elementary school Lapad
Od Batale 14
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Elementary school Lapad #2
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Tuesday, November 11th at the Elementary school Lapad from 12:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for elementary school children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Elementary school Lapad
Od Batale 14
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Industry 4.0 and Robotics - Meet it's OWL and MMMI
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ONLINE!!
Sign up here: https://www.its-owl.com/newsroom/industry-40-and-robotics-meet-its-owl-and-mmmi/

Industry 4.0 and Robotics - Meet The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute and it’s OWL
Industry 4.0 - also known as fourth revolution - is a new era in which industry will deal with technologies like Robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Additive Manufacturing and many more. The adoption of robots in industries worldwide is on the high rise. Robots and humans both have their own strengths and limitations. Working together in safe manner both will provide better quality product with high accuracy in less time.

During this event, you will get insights into three different labs that are renowned in the fields of Robotics and Additive Manufacturing. You will be able to talk to experts first hand and you will take a glimpse at the Industry 4.0 lab of the Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute.

Tuesday, 17 November 2020 | 3 – 5 PM
The meeting is going to be held via ZOOM

This event is exciting for scientists and experts as well as for user companies who are curious to learn more about Additive Manufacturing, Robotics and Industry 4.0.

Agenda

14.45 Soft start - welcoming remarks and technical instructions
15.00 it's OWL - Intelligent Technical Systems OstWestfalenLippe - Günter Korder, it's OWL Clustermanagement
15.20 Digital Manufacturing for SMEs “From the roll to outer space - core aspects of additive manufacturing within the framework of "Smart Manufacturing and Industry 4.0” - Dr.-Ing. Christian Lindemann, Digital Manufacturing Research Center
15.50 Cognitive Robotics at the Center for Cognitive Interaction Technology - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Rückert, Center for Cognitive Interaction Technology
16.10 Robotics in Manufacturing - Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Schlette, The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute(MMMI)
16.25 Industry 4.0 @ MMMI - presntation and lab tour - Dr.-Ing. Saeed Farahani, The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute(MMMI)
17.00 End

Target audience
ONLINE!!!
Sign up here: https://www.its-owl.com/newsroom/industry-40-and-robotics-meet-its-owl-and-mmmi/

Researchers and Industry
 
it's OWL & SDU
Salome Leßmann
s.lessmann@its-owl.de
+49 5251 5465 283
 
ONLINE + SDU i4.0 lab & it's OWL
campusvej 55
5230 Odense M
Denmark
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - 3D pen workshop #1
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Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture & Informatics club Futura on Wednesday, November 18 at Youth center Dubrovnik from 09:00 to 10:30 will have workshop for primary and secondary school students, students and adults. At the workshop, participants will draw robots with the help of 3D pen. Applications at - https://forms.gle/nEYdaf9zvVntfi8x8

Target audience
primary and secondary school students, students and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture & Informatics club Futura
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - 3D pen workshop #2
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Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture & Informatics club Futura on Wednesday, November 18 at Youth center Dubrovnik from 11:00 to 12:30 will have workshop for primary and secondary school students, students and adults. At the workshop, participants will draw robots with the help of 3D pen. Applications at - https://forms.gle/nEYdaf9zvVntfi8x8

Target audience
primary and secondary school students, students and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture & Informatics club Futura
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - mBot robotics #2
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Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, Informatics club Futura & University of Dubrovnik on Wednesday, November 18 at Youth center Dubrovnik from 18:00 to 19:30 will have workshop for primary and secondary school students, students and adults. At the workshop, participants will learn how to control and programming mBot robots. Applications at - https://forms.gle/VDr5uP8JvdkCAUkL9

Target audience
primary and secondary school students, students and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, Informatics club Futura & University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - mBot robotics #1
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Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, Informatics club Futura & University of Dubrovnik on Wednesday, November 18 at Youth center Dubrovnik from 16:00 to 17:30 will have workshop for primary and secondary school students, students and adults. At the workshop, participants will learn how to control and programming mBot robots. Applications at - https://forms.gle/VDr5uP8JvdkCAUkL9

Target audience
primary and secondary school students, students and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, Informatics club Futura & University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Jornadas de Innovación con Robótica educativa EDUBOT: Robótica con perspectiva de género.
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Jornadas de Innovación con Robótica Educativa organizadas por el Grupo de Innovación Educativa EDUBOT de la Universitat Jaume I (Castellón, España).
Se contará con la presencia de expertas y expertos compartiendo sus experiencias, investigaciones y hallazgos respecto a la robótica educativa con perspectiva género. Las jornadas se realizarán en formato virutal y no es necesaria la inscripción previa.

Target audience
Todo público
 
Grupo de Innovación en Robótica Educativa y Pensamiento Computacional (EDUBOT)
great@uji.es
 
Universitat Jaume I
Avda. Sos Baynat s/n
12071 Castellon de la Plana
Spain
 
Jornadas de Innovación y Robótica Educativa: Robótica Educativa con perspectiva de género
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Presentamos las jornadas virtuales de innovación y robótica educativa EDUBOT, con la presencia de expertas y expertos que estarán compartiendo sus experiencias, investigaciones y hallazgos respecto a la robótica educativa con perspectiva género.

Target audience
Todos los públicos
 
Grupo de Innovación en Robótica Educativa y Pensamiento Computacional (EDUBOT)
Grupo de Innovación en Robótica Educativa y Pensamiento Computacional (EDUBOT)
mallopis@uji.es
 
Virtual
Avinguda de Vicent Sos Baynat n/s
12071 Castelló de la Plana, Castelló
Spain
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Robotics & screenless coding workshops #3
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Thursday, November 19 at the Youth Center Dubrovnik from 19:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop. Applications at - https://forms.gle/RPxEaJ17W1mogEr69

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
PROGRAMAMOS CON EL PROYECTO #OBOGAMES en el CP MALIAYO
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Semana de programación de vieojuegos a través del motor de Makecode Arcade.

Target audience
niños de 10 a 12
 
We Teach Robotics
 
CP MALIAYO
Calle Maximino Miyar
33300 Villaviciosa
Spain
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Robotics & screenless coding workshops #2
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Thursday, November 19 at the Youth Center Dubrovnik from 17:30 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop. Applications at - https://forms.gle/RPxEaJ17W1mogEr69

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
SEMANA EUROPEA ROBÓTICA EN CP RIOTURBIO
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Jornadas de robótica y programación creativa curriculares para todos los cursos de primaria del CP Rioturbio. Trabajaremos con los robots: Dash&Dot, Sphero y Ozobot las asignaturas de matemáticas, lengua, ciencias sociales y naturales con todo el cole para fomentar las competencias digitales del alumnado

Target audience
niños de 6 a 12
 
We Teach Robotics
 
CP RIOTURBIO
Plaza Iglesia s/n
33614 Returbiu
Spain
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Robotics & screenless coding workshops #1
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Thursday, November 19 at the Youth Center Dubrovnik from 16:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for kids. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop. Applications at - https://forms.gle/RPxEaJ17W1mogEr69

Target audience
kindergarten & elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - LEGO Renewable Energy Sources workshop #2
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Dubrovnik center of technical culture on Thursday, November 19 at the Youth Center Dubrovnik from 17:30 to 18:30 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/5jXGPjT2HWfTmgLk8

Target audience
primary school students from 5th grade and older
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture & Dubrovnik center of technical culture
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - LEGO Renewable Energy Sources workshop #1
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Dubrovnik center of technical culture on Thursday, November 19 at the Youth Center Dubrovnik from 16:00 to 17:00 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/5jXGPjT2HWfTmgLk8

Target audience
primary school students from 5th grade and older
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture & Dubrovnik center of technical culture
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
10 años sumando InteligencIAs
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El Grupo de Robótica Educativa de HispaRob es uno de los coordinadores nacionales de la ERW en España, y, como tal, organizamos un evento central cada año. Este año, por las dificultades que ya todas y todos conocemos, celebraremos la ERW2020 de forma virtual.

Hemos creado un espacio web específico que será el sitio de referencia dónde se colgará todo el contenido.
Además, crearemos un canal específico en Youtube para colgar todos los vídeos.
Y también estaremos en twitter #ERW2020

¿Cómo lo haremos?

Se ha diseñado un calendario temático, de forma que cada día estará dedicado a un tema en relación con la robótica.
Vamos a invitar a personas que tienen mucho que decir en robótica y sobre todo en su divulgación y educación, a que nos envíen vídeos en relación a los temas que trataremos.
Y, sobre todo, queremos ver y escuchar a todas las personas que tengan interés, inquietud, curiosidad, ideas entorno a la robótica…por eso, una parte importante de los contenidos serán enviados por el público general. Se propondrá a cualquier persona (niños, familias, jóvenes, profesionales…) que quiera participar que nos envíen sus contenidos, que propondremos enlazados con el tema de cada día, en general en formato vídeo.
Habrá también contenido específico generado por y para profesores interesados en la materia. Por un lado, en vídeos pregrabados u otra documentación (charlas teóricas, ejemplos de proyectos STEM, etc.). Por otro lado, habrá clases online abiertas de profesores que son referente en docencia STEM que se podrán seguir por cualquier docente que se quiera unir (y sus alumnos si es el caso).

Target audience
Comunidad docente y público en general
 
HispaRob, Plataforma Tecnológica Española de Robótica
Carmela Sanchez Nadal
secretaria@hisparob.es
 
HispaRob, Plataforma Tecnológica de Robótica
Avda. Gregorio Peces Barba 1
28919 Leganés
Spain
 
9th Forum Robot-assisted Assembly - Live Webinar in German
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Nowadays, assembly is mainly done manually. The reasons for this are, on the one hand, the available automation solutions, which are often not sufficiently flexible or can only be set up and converted in a time-consuming manner. On the other hand, the joining processes themselves are demanding, because they can have, for example, parts that are slack in bending, large supply and part tolerances, low joining tolerances or complex joining strategies.

Megatrends such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) provide new automation possibilities. At the same time, however, the requirements with regard to flexibility and cost-effectiveness of an automation solution are also increasing, so that more personalized products can be produced.

The Robot-Assisted Assembly Forum shows how these automation obstacles can be overcome with new technological developments and solutions. These include not only the aforementioned AI and many associated aids, but also innovative tools, sensor-guided joining processes or intelligent assembly concepts, which will be presented in detail. The solutions presented will be demonstrated by means of relevant industrial applications.

Target audience
The forum is aimed at specialists and managers from assembly and assembly planning as well as plant manufacturers and system integrators of assembly technology. Forum's language is German.
 
Fraunhofer IPA in cooperation with Stuttgarter Produktionsakademie
Karin Röhricht
kir@ipa.fhg.de
+497119703874
 
Virtual (Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA)
Nobelstraße 12
70569 Stuttgart
Germany
 
Robotics workshop - mBot
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mBot programming and developing the ability to solve specific problem situations.

Target audience
students from 5th to 8th grade
 
Prva srednja škola Beli Manastir
Olivera
olivera.stojakovic@gmail.com
0911730578
 
Zajednica tehničke kulture grada Belog Manastira
Trg slobode 16a
31300 Beli Manastir
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics info day 2020
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During the day visitors will be able to see examples of industrial and mobile robots. Organizers will introduce audience to
robotics usage in life, usage of artificial intelligence in robotics and future perspectives of it. Event will be held online.

Target audience
Pupils from different level of schools, students, public audience
 
Kaunas University of Technology
Virginijus Baranauskas
virginijus.baranauskas@ktu.lt
 
Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Studentų g. 48-113
LT-51367 Kaunas
Lithuania
 
3D design and printing workshop
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Design simple models in the Autodesk 123D application and print with a 3D printer.

Target audience
High school students
 
Udruga inovatora Baranje
Tibor
tboni2280@gmail.com
098643241
 
Zajednica tehničke kulture Beli Manastir
Trg slobode 16a
31300 Beli Manastir
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Ethics for autonomous robots in military and law enforcement – Future of Robotics in Finland Seminar 2020
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The Future of Robotics in Finland Seminar started in 2013 will be organized virtually this year on Friday 20.11.2020. To address the trends in Ethics and AI related to robotics, the theme this year is ”Ethics for autonomous robots in military and law enforcement”. The half-day seminar will have keynote presentations pitch talks and demonstrations from companies and researchers, as well as a panel discussion. The event serves to bring the Finnish community of researchers, professionals and students around robotics and its related fields, together, and typically attracts around 100 participants.

Attendance is free of charge for registered attendees and will be completely virtual.

Call for pitches, demos: Please submit your proposals for (short) pitch talks or technology demos to Sonja Schubert (sonja@basen.net) by mid November.

Registration for attending the seminar is mandatory and can now be done here:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-future-of-robotics-in-finland-seminar-tickets-127432448885

IEEE Finland CSS/RAS/SMCS Joint Chapter
Prof. Roel Pieters
roel.pieters@tuni.fi
 
Online meeting
Korkeakoulunkatu 6
33720 Tampere
Finland
 
Make your own Wireless Bluetooth Car
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The workshop will show how to make your own DIY wireless Bluetooth robotic car and control it remotely. The workshop focuses on the combined used of two programming tools: MIT App Inventor & Arduino IDE.
Due to pandemic the workshop will be delivered online.
participation is free but registration is required.
Use the link to Google forms to register. Then you will receive a zoom link to join the workshop this Friday 17.00 -18.00 .
Language: Greek

Target audience
STEAM teachers, secondary school teachers and robotics educators
 
Edumotiva- European Lab for Educational Technology
Dimitris Alimisis
alimisis@edumotiva.eu
+302731024916
 
EDUMOTIVA lab
Kapnikareas 19A
10563 Athens
Greece
 
Robotics week 2020 in Panevėžys
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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. Event will be held online.

Target audience
Pupils of 8-12 grade (one group, no more than 15 pupils)
 
Kaunas University of Technology
Olga Strikulienė, Virginijus Baranauskas
olga.strikuliene@ktu.lt
 
Faculty of Technologies and Business
Nemuno g. 33
LT-37164 Panevėžys
Lithuania
 
FTC 17624 - IGNITE. Team Conference
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Robotics debate for high school students

Target audience
High school students studying in grades 9 through 12 from all around the country. These students should be part of an FTC team.
 
QUBE. ROBOTICS ASSOCIATION
DIANA UDREA
DIANNANNICOLE@YAHOO.COM
+40746657364
 
BUCHAREST
PACHE PROTOPOPESCU 62
021414 BUCHAREST
Romania
 
FTC 14277 - QUBE. Team Conference
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Robotics Competition for high school students

Target audience
High school students studying in grades 9 through 12 from all around the country. These students should be part of an FTC team.
 
QUBE. ROBOTICS ASSOCIATION
DIANA UDREA
DIANNANNICOLE@YAHOO.COM
+40746657364
 
BUCHAREST
PACHE PROTOPOPESCU NR 62 62
021414 BUCHAREST
Romania
 
SEMANA EUROPEA ROBÓTICA EN CP RIOTURBIO
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Jornadas de robótica y programación creativa curriculares para todos los cursos de primaria del CP Rioturbio. Trabajaremos con los robots: Dash&Dot, Sphero y Ozobot las asignaturas de matemáticas, lengua, ciencias sociales y naturales con todo el cole para fomentar las competencias digitales del alumnado.

Target audience
niños de 6 a 12
 
We Teach Robotics
 
CP RIOTURBIO
Plaza Iglesia s/n
33614 Returbiu
Spain
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Computer vision workshop
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Croatian robotics association on Friday, November 20th at the Youth Center Dubrovnik from 17:00 to 19:30 will have Computer vision workshop for primary school students 7th & 8th grade, secondary school, students and adults. At workshop you can learn with the help of Raspberry Pi computer and camera, how to use computer vision, work in OpenCV, program in Python, ... Applications at - https://forms.gle/D8T7A5kbKDKnqea2A

Target audience
primary school students 7th & 8th grade, secondary school, students and adults
 
Croatian robotics association, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Drones workshop
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Aeroclub Nimbus on Friday, November 20th at the Youth Center Dubrovnik from 16:00 to 17:00 will have drones workshop for primary & secondary school students. Applications at - https://forms.gle/8CuViLhkW1Z26tK98

Target audience
primary & secondary school students
 
Aeroclub Nimbus, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Soldering workshop (LEMionica) #2
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Informatics club Futura on Saturday, November 21 at the Youth center Dubrovnik from 10:30 to 11:00 will have soldering workshop for children, young people and adults. We have prepared various interesting soldering kits for participants. Applications at - https://forms.gle/tYus6adbnAmEieRe6

Target audience
children, young people and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture, Informatics club Futura and University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Radionice robotike za učenike osnovnih škola 1
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U sklopu radionica robotike, koje se u prostorijama Zajednice tehničke kulture grada Splita provode tijekom cijele školske godine 2020/2021., polaznici se upoznavaju s mehanikom i mehaničkim načelima konstrukcije razvojnog robotičkog modela mBot, te s računalnim alatima za razvoj upravljačkih programa. Među prvim zadacima će biti podučavane tehnike programiranja stvarnih sustava, pa će tako biti programirano kretanja mBot-a po preddefiniranim putanjama, te uporaba osjetnika i pretvornika za navigaciju robota kroz stvarni prostor. Djeca se podučavaju i prvim jednostavnim koracima u programiranju računalnih igara, koji će u narednim radionicama postajati sve složenijima. Time će djeci biti pružen uvid u bogati svijete robotike i programiranja, i to ne samo kroz edukaciju, već i kroz zabavu.

Target audience
Učenici osnovnih škola od 2. do 8. razreda.
 
Zajednica tehničke kulture grada Splita
Tomislav Nikolić
ztk@ztk-split.hr
098/217-849
 
ZTK grada Splita
Varaždinska 53
21000 Split
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - 3D pen workshop #3
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Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture & Informatics club Futura on Saturday, November 21 at Youth center Dubrovnik from 16:00 to 17:30 will have workshop for primary and secondary school students, students and adults. At the workshop, participants will draw robots with the help of 3D pen. Applications at - https://forms.gle/nEYdaf9zvVntfi8x8

Target audience
primary and secondary school students, students and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture & Informatics club Futura
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - 3D pen workshop #4
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Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture & Informatics club Futura on Saturday, November 21 at Youth center Dubrovnik from 18:00 to 19:30 will have workshop for primary and secondary school students, students and adults. At the workshop, participants will draw robots with the help of 3D pen. Applications at - https://forms.gle/nEYdaf9zvVntfi8x8

Target audience
primary and secondary school students, students and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture & Informatics club Futura
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Uvod u uradi-sam elektroniku - Bioelektronička akademija 2020 - grupa A
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„Uvod u uradi-sam elektroniku“ je treća radionica u nizu integriranog radioničkog programa Bioelektronička akademija.
Na istoj, uranjamo u svijet električne struje, elektrotehnike i elektronike upoznavajući se s uradi-sam (eng. Do it yourself / DIY) te Maker praksama i alatima. Kako spojiti računalo sa fizičkim svijetom oko nas i kompleksnim biološkim sustavima, saznati ćemo kroz praksu i eksperimentiranje na radionici.
Radionica s održava u sklopu događanja Robo.DU Day(s) Zajednice tehničke kulture Grada Dubrovnika.
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Bioelektronička akademija 2020 je šesto izdanje naprednog izvannastavnog edukacijskog program za mlade koji se bavi suvremenim interdisciplinarnim granama bioloških i tehničkih znanosti kroz praksu i eksperimentiranje s novim tehnologijama.
Kroz okvir bioelektronike program spaja suvremenu biologiju, kemiju, informatiku, elektroniku, tehničku kulturu, robotiku, nove tehnologije i materijale, biološko i biomedicinsko inženjerstvo te kreativno STEAM stvaralaštvo.
Pozivamo sve zainteresirane mlade (14-30 god) da nam se pridruže u laboratorijima UR Instituta pri Centru za mlade Dubrovnik.

Target audience
mladi (14-30 god)
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, Informatics club Futura & University of Dubrovnik
Gjino Šutić
institute@ur-institute.org
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Holograms #2
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Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, Informatics club Futura & University of Dubrovnik on Saturday, November 21 at Youth center Dubrovnik from 18:00 to 19:30 will have workshop for primary and secondary school students, students and adults. At the workshop, participants will learn how to make hologram for their smartphone. Applications at - https://forms.gle/U6bN5sVH5Ugp8wmj6

Target audience
primary and secondary school students, students and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, Informatics club Futura & University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Holograms #1
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Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, Informatics club Futura & University of Dubrovnik on Saturday, November 21 at Youth center Dubrovnik from 16:00 to 17:30 will have workshop for primary and secondary school students, students and adults. At the workshop, participants will learn how to make hologram for their smartphone. Applications at - https://forms.gle/U6bN5sVH5Ugp8wmj6

Target audience
primary and secondary school students, students and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, Informatics club Futura & University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Soldering workshop (LEMionica) #4
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Informatics club Futura on Saturday, November 21 at the Youth center Dubrovnik from 11:30 to 12:00 will have soldering workshop for children, young people and adults. We have prepared various interesting soldering kits for participants. Applications at - https://forms.gle/tYus6adbnAmEieRe6

Target audience
children, young people and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture, Informatics club Futura and University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Soldering workshop (LEMionica) #1
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Informatics club Futura on Saturday, November 21 at the Youth center Dubrovnik from 10:00 to 10:30 will have soldering workshop for children, young people and adults. We have prepared various interesting soldering kits for participants. Applications at - https://forms.gle/tYus6adbnAmEieRe6

Target audience
children, young people and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture, Informatics club Futura and University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Internet of Things workshop
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Croatian robotics association on Friday, November 20th at the Youth Center Dubrovnik from 17:00 to 19:30 will have Computer vision workshop for primary school students 7th & 8th grade, secondary school, students and adults. At workshop you can learn with the help of Raspberry Pi computer, programming language Python and Node-RED programming tool for IoT, how to use Raspberry Pi computer, how to connect electronic components and sensors, and how to make IoT device. Applications at - https://forms.gle/fWJ8zSenqT3xibdTA

Target audience
primary school students 7th & 8th grade, secondary school, students and adults
 
Croatian robotics association, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robo.DU Day(s) 2020 - Soldering workshop (LEMionica) #3
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Informatics club Futura on Saturday, November 21 at the Youth center Dubrovnik from 11:00 to 11:30 will have soldering workshop for children, young people and adults. We have prepared various interesting soldering kits for participants. Applications at - https://forms.gle/tYus6adbnAmEieRe6

Target audience
children, young people and adults
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of Technical Culture, Informatics club Futura and University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Uvod u uradi-sam elektroniku - Bioelektronička akademija 2020 - grupa B
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„Uvod u uradi-sam elektroniku“ je treća radionica u nizu integriranog radioničkog programa Bioelektronička akademija.
Na istoj, uranjamo u svijet električne struje, elektrotehnike i elektronike upoznavajući se s uradi-sam (eng. Do it yourself / DIY) te Maker praksama i alatima. Kako spojiti računalo sa fizičkim svijetom oko nas i kompleksnim biološkim sustavima, saznati ćemo kroz praksu i eksperimentiranje na radionici.
Radionica s održava u sklopu događanja Robo.DU Day(s) Zajednice tehničke kulture Grada Dubrovnika.
_________________________________________
Bioelektronička akademija 2020 je šesto izdanje naprednog izvannastavnog edukacijskog program za mlade koji se bavi suvremenim interdisciplinarnim granama bioloških i tehničkih znanosti kroz praksu i eksperimentiranje s novim tehnologijama.
Kroz okvir bioelektronike program spaja suvremenu biologiju, kemiju, informatiku, elektroniku, tehničku kulturu, robotiku, nove tehnologije i materijale, biološko i biomedicinsko inženjerstvo te kreativno STEAM stvaralaštvo.
Pozivamo sve zainteresirane mlade (14-30 god) da nam se pridruže u laboratorijima UR Instituta pri Centru za mlade Dubrovnik.

Target audience
mladi (14-30 god)
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, Informatics club Futura & University of Dubrovnik
Gjino Šutić
institute@ur-institute.org
 
Youth center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Short course on ROS programming 2020
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This short course on Robot Operating System (ROS) covers both the basics of ROS and the techniques for programming using this System. It is a one-day course, where in the morning the basics of ROS are covered, while the afternoon is devoted to delving into the hands-on details of practical programming.

Part 1: 10h00-12h00
Introduction to ROS. Concepts of node, topic, and service. Message types. Development tools. Examples of packages.

Part II: 14h00-18h00
Shallow introduction to the Linux cli. Understanding the ROS workspace. Creating a package and understanding its structure. Nodes in Python and C++. Launchers, parameters, messages, services, and actions. ROS tools (gazebo, command line tools, rviz, rqt tools). Common issues.

The sessions will take place remotely on the following Zoom room:
Meeting ID: 865 5538 4263
Password: 345235

Please check the course webpage for further information.

Institute for Systems and Robotics - Lisbon / Instituto Superior Técnico
Rodrigo Ventura
rodrigo.ventura@isr.tecnico.ulisboa.pt
 
Teleconference
Av. Rovisco Pais, 1 1
1049-001 Lisbon
Portugal
 
Robot games
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Robot games for the youngest, 1st grade students in which they can make their robot on the computer, play with it, walk, go straight, right or left and similiar things – introduction in programming.

Target audience
1st grade students
 
I. osnovna škola Čakovec
Ivana Vadlja
vadlja.ivana@gmail.com
 
I. osnovna škola Čakovec
Kralja Tomislava 43
40000 Čakovec
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Bee Bot Workshop
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With the help of Bee Bots, children will learn basic programming and algorithms, develop their logical thinking, fine motor skills, communication skills, enrich their vocabulary, develop spatial orientation, attention, memory and creativity.

The themed backgrounds on which the Bee Bots move are divided into several square fields. Individual fields are marked with different pictorial representations (geometric shapes, letters, numbers, continents, nature, etc.). Children are given the task of programming a Bee Bot to get from point A to point B and the robot is controlled using the buttons located on the back of the bee. After the child programs the Bee Bot, the robot independently moves from one location to another. Children interact with the Bee Bot through keys (manual programming, eg. up, down, left, right, pause, go) and visually master the paths and mazes along which the programmed robots move. From the original simple solutions (eg. "Bring the bee from the flower to the hive") to more complex tasks (eg. "The bee should come out of the hive, then take it to the meadow, pick up the pollen and finally take it through the beekeeper to the jar of honey “). After a certain time of use, children begin to understand the algorithms around them and are increasingly advanced in their learning and creation. This way of learning and teaching is very interesting because it takes place through play and children learn situationally, spontaneously and naturally. Since programming is teamwork, through this game children learn communication skills, teamwork efficiency and how to celebrate successfully solved tasks with common rules, agreements and solutions.

Target audience
Children ages of 3 to 7 which attend Suncokret Kindergarten in Slatina (46 children) and Suncokret Kindergarten in Mikleus (28 children)
 
Suncokret Kindergarten
Snjezana Dupan-Lovric
djecji.vrtic.suncokret@vt.t-com.hr
0981792075
 
Suncokret Kindergarten
Ribnjak 16
33520 Slatina
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Elementary school Lapad #5
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Monday, November 23th at the Elementary school Lapad from 12:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for elementary school children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Elementary school Lapad
Od Batale 14
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Getting started with Collaborative Robots
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Monday, 23.11.2020 17:00 – 18:00 CET
Getting started with Collaborative Robots
Andie Zhang, Global Product Manager for Collaborative Robots and Katja Butterweck, Cobot Application Specialist will give you an introduction on what collaborative robots can do, not only for manufacturing but also in order user scenarios like lab testing, product customization, or why not wrapping your Christmas presents? Katja will also explain to you step by step how anyone can use our graphical Wizard easy programming software to create their first robot program, possible for virtual robots too if you don’t have a real one!
Register Here: https://campaign.abb.com/l/501021/2020-10-28/s8nldz

Target audience
General public
 
ABB
Annelis Dietrich
annelis.dietrich@es.abb.com
 
Virtual event. Register Here: https://campaign.abb.com/l/501021/2020-10-28/s8nldz
Dornierstraße 21
82205 Gilching
Germany
 
Testimonios de iniciación en el mundo de la programación
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El alumnado de 5º de primaria compartirá online sus impresiones y sensaciones sobre el periodo en el que nos hemos iniciado en el mundo de la programación. Los pasos que hemos dado, la secuenciación didáctica... aspectos que deseamos sean útiles para otros centros que quieran implementarlo.

Target audience
Alumnado, profesorado e interesados en la robótica educativa en general.
 
COLEGIO SAGRADO CORAZÓN DE PAMPLONA
Gorka García
gorka.garcia@fesofiabarat.es
 
Pamplona
Calle Valle Salazar 2
31004 Pamplona
Spain
 
Robots como un medio para potenciar las disciplinas STEAM: FIRST Lego League un caso práctico.
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Se trata de una charla principalmente dirigida a profesores de todos los niveles educativos preuniversitarios. Se comenzará explicando los conceptos básicos relacionados con la robótica, haciendo un recorrido sobre algunas de sus aplicaciones, para acabar centrando el debate en uno de los programas STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) de mayor relevancia a nivel internacional, la FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) LEGO League, un programa internacional que tiene como objetivo el despertar el interés por la ciencia y la tecnología entre los jóvenes. Está dirigido a alumnos de entre 4 y 16 años y pensado para que trabajen en equipos en problemas de actualidad, apostando por el aprendizaje colaborativo y cooperativo, basado en el respeto a valores fundamentales para la sociedad del futuro y con una puesta en escena atractiva, creativa y totalmente innovadora.

Target audience
Profesores y alumnos de todos los niveles educativos preuniversitarios
 
Club de Robótica de la Universidad de Almería y Grupo de Automática, Robótica y Mecatrónica (ARM)
jcmoreno@ual.es
 
Universidad de Almería
Calle Universidad de Almería n/s
04120 La Cañada, Almería
Sudan
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Elementary school Lapad #4
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Monday, November 23th at the Elementary school Lapad from 11:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for elementary school children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Elementary school Lapad
Od Batale 14
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Uvod u 3D modeliranje - grupa 1
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Polaznici redovne radionice STEM mini(grupa 1) upoznat će se s osnovama 3D modeliranja koristeći besplatni online alat Tinkercad.

Target audience
učenici od 3. do 6. razreda osnovne škole
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Loris Rašpolić
lraspolic@ctk-rijeka.hr
+385915899849
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Školjić 6
51000 Rijeka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robótica 5.0 al servicio de la comunidad
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Visita al Laboratorio de Robótica, en el que se realizará una charla sobre robótica colaborativa al servicio de la sociedad y una exhibición de robots programados realizando diferentes colaboraciones.

Target audience
Alumnado de Formación Profesional
 
Departamento de Electricidad y Automática de la Escuela Profesional Sagrado Corazón
Rubén Ayesa Álvarez
rayesa@jesuitasformacion.com
 
Logroño
Calle Duques de Nájera 19
26002 Logroño
Spain
 
European Robotics Week - Why is robotics crucial as education in schools? (Our experience from World Educational Robotic Contest.)
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Education about robotics and important for children.
Workshop - Brick robot programming and solving tasks.

Target audience
High School students in age between 14 and 18 years.
 
Gimnazija Matije Antuna Reljkovica Vinkovci
Daniel Rakijasic
daniel.rakijasic@skole.hr
38508805752
 
Gimnazija Matije Antuna Reljkovića
Trg bana Josipa Jelacica 1
32100 Vinkovci
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics & screenless coding workshops - Elementary school Lapad #6
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Informatics club Futura and the Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, in the cooperation with LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems from University of Dubrovnik on Monday, November 23th at the Elementary school Lapad from 13:00 will have Robotics & screenless coding workshop for elementary school children. At the workshop, participants will first learn basics of robotics and see various types of robots. Then they will program Cubetto robots. At the end of the workshop, all participants will receive a certificate of successful completion of the workshop.

Target audience
elementary school children
 
Informatics club Futura, Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, LARIAT - Laboratory for intelligent autonomous systems University of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Elementary school Lapad
Od Batale 14
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
ABB virtual lab tour
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ABB Virtual Lab Tour.
Join our virtual Lab tour in our 1,000 square meter demo, test and training center is located in Robotic's head office on Finnslätten in Västerås (Sweden). A gathering place for collaboration and the latest in robotics, where competence and knowledge can be shared and experienced! With over 25 robots, Robotics Experience Center will promote the competitiveness of Swedish industrial companies and help them develop new technologies in robot automation. Susanne Timsjö Sales Manager Robots and Applications Sweden and Jesper Lundstedt Technical Sales Support specialist Sweden will guide you through it.
Register here: https://campaign.abb.com/l/501021/2020-10-28/s8ns5q

ABB
Annelis Dietrich
annelis.dietrich@es.abb.com
 
Virtual event. Register Here: https://campaign.abb.com/l/501021/2020-10-28/s8ns5q
Finnslätten721 36 Västerås, Suecia -
72136 Västerås
Sweden
 
Lego robotics
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The aim of the workshop is to introduce children and young people to the world of Lego robots. How Lego WeDo2, Lego Mindstorms EV3 work.
How to assemble lego robots and how to program.

Target audience
children, young
 
STEM Centar za naprednu STEM edukaciju, robotiku i programiranje by INPUT
Adi Salčinović
info@inputcentar.com
+38761766532
 
Centar za mlade INPUT & STEM Centar za naprednu STEM edukaciju
Mokušnice 10
72000 Zenica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Lego robotics is an art
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The aim of the workshop is to introduce children and young people to the world of Lego robots. How Lego WeDo2, Lego Mindstorms EV3 work.
How to assemble lego robots and how to program.

Target audience
children, young
 
STEM Centar za naprednu STEM edukaciju, robotiku i programiranje by INPUT
Adi Salčinović
info@inputcentar.com
+38761766532
 
Centar za mlade INPUT & STEM Centar za naprednu STEM edukaciju
Mokušnice 10
72000 Zenica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Tehokas konepaja -hanke
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Maksuttomassa webinaarissa pääset tutustumaan robotisoituun 3D-poimintaan, ROS robotiikkaan sekä hitsausrobotiikan uutuuksiin.

Ohjelma:
14.00 Tervetuloa | Timo Kerminen, Projektitutkija, SAMK
14.05 Robotisoitu 3D-poiminta, esimerkkejä teollisuuden kappaleilla | Tommi Lehtinen, Lehtori, Tutkija, SAMK
14.35 ROS robotiikka teollisuudessa | Toni Aaltonen, Projektipäällikkö, Tuntiopettaja, SAMK
15.05 Hitsausrobotiikan uutuuksia | Timo Kerminen, Projektitutkija, SAMK
15.30 Yhteenveto ja päätös | Timo Kerminen, Projektitutkija, SAMK

Ilmoittautuminen webinaariin ti 24.11.2020 klo 12 mennessä: https://elomake.samk.fi//lomakkeet/11125/lomakkeet.html

Ilmoittautuneet saavat webinaarin linkin ilmoittamaansa sähköpostiosoitteeseen.

TERVETULOA!

SAMK
Timo Kerminen
timo.kerminen@samk.fi
 
SAMK
Satakunnankatu 23
28130 Pori
Finland
 
Virtual Tour - PAL Robotics
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PAL Robotics hará un Tour Virtual de sus oficinas, realizando demos de varias de sus plataformas robóticas humanoides.

Target audience
Todos los públicos
 
PAL Robotics
marketing@pal-robotics.com
 
PAL Robotics - (Virtual)
Carrer de Pujades 77
08005 Barcelona
Spain
 
Programación y simulación de Arduino con Tinkercad para estudiantes de secundaria
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Se realizará una explicación teórica de los conceptos de bucle abierto y cerrado, actuador/sensor y señales digitales/analógicas y conceptos de programación (variable, condiciónal, diagrama de flujo, bucle…). Posteriormente, se explica sobre la plataforma Tinkercad algunos de los componentes electrónicos (led, pulsador, resistencia, placa de conexiones…), sus partes principales y su funcionamiento. Finalmente, se realizarán sucesivos montajes de creciente dificultad en Tinkercad (encendido y apagado de un led, semáforo con pulsador y sensor de proximidad) para el cual los asistentes necesitan registrarse en la página web y realizar la programación con un lenguaje de programación visual basado en Scratch, ideal para quienes se inician en programación.

Target audience
Alumnos de niveles educativos preuniversitarios
 
Club de Robótica de la Universidad de Almería y Grupo de Automática, Robótica y Mecatrónica (ARM)
juandiego.gil@ual.es / jeronimo.rt@ual.es
 
Evento Virtual
Calle Universidad de Almería n/s
04120 Almería
Spain
 
Arduino radionica
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Udruženje FITT
Denis Meštrić
denis.mestric@gmail.com
+38761682308
 
Udruženje FITT
Školska 23
72000 Zenica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Upoznajmo se uz ozobot
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First steps in programming for elementary school students.

Target audience
2nd - 4th grade elementary school students,
 
OŠ Vladimir Nazor Budinščina
Kristina Ondrašek
kristina.ondrasek@skole.hr
0915519217
 
Budinščina
Budinščina 18c
49284 Budinščina
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
micro:bit i :MOVE mini - grupa 1
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Ova radionica za polaznike redovne radionice STEM (grupa 1) pruža zabavni uvod u robotiku. Na radionici će polaznici koristiti :MOVE mini robot s dva kotača koji je prikladan za samostalni rad.

Target audience
učenici od 5. do 7. razreda osnovne škole
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Loris Rašpolić
lraspolic@ctk-rijeka.hr
+385915899849
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Školjić 6
51000 Rijeka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Global Online Premiere for Behind-the-Scenes Robotics Documentary, “Brains, Cranes and Other Ordeals”
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Real Robotics, a state-of-the-art engineering lab at the University of Leeds that develops custom robots to solve real-world problems, today announces the global online premiere of its feature-length film. The film documents the Real Robotics team in their bid to win the Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge (MBZIRC) earlier this year. The film will debut exclusively on YouTube at 7pm GMT on November 24th 2020.

This exclusive feature-length documentary, “Brain, Cranes and Other Ordeals”, tracks the team’s progress through to the final rounds of the world-renowned MBZIRC bi-annual international robotics competition, hosted in Abu Dhabi in February 2020. Real Robotics was the only UK team to qualify for the last stages of the contest.

The exciting 55-minute film was developed in-house and offers a fascinating, behind-the-scenes insight into the high-octane world of competitive robotics – where the world’s leading robotics researchers compete for the prestigious winner’s title and $5million worth of prize money.

Professor Robert Richardson, head of the Real Robotics Lab and current Chair of the UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems (UK-RAS) Network commented: “This film really captures the thrills and spills of competing in this incredibly high-profile event, where we were pitted against the world’s top robotics problem-solvers. Our aim in making this documentary was to offer an access-all-areas insight into the challenges, the pressures and the exhilaration of showcasing robotics innovation at the very top level, and we can’t wait to share this film with a worldwide audience.”

How will the only UK team fare against 31 teams of the best robotics brains from around the world? Tune in to the Real Robotics YouTube channel (@realrobotics) at 7pm GMT on November 24th 2020 to find out!

Target audience
Public
 
Real Robotics Lab
Robert Richardson
R.C.Richardson@Leeds.ac.uk
 
Online Event
Real Robotics University of Leeds
LS2 9JT Leeds
United Kingdom
 
Robotveckan: robotic week
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a series of 75 minutes presentations and lab tours for pre-booked groups.

Target audience
mostly school kids, but all audiences are welcome
 
Lund University, Robotics Laboratory
Jonas Wisbrant
jonas.wisbrant@cs.lth.se
 
LTH robotic laboratory
Ole Römers väg 3
223 63 Lund
Sweden
 
Meet m-Bot
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This workshop focuses on graphical programming, and participants will experience and appreciate the behavior of robot sensors and autonomy. By learning through mBot, mBlock and Scratch - participants will have a very fun session of building, programming and enhancing.

Target audience
Primary school students
 
SPARK škola - SPARK School
Matea Markić Vučić
vucic.markic.matea@spark.ba
0038763774755
 
JU Osnovna škola Blagaj
Branilaca Bosne bb
88220 Blagaj
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
JEMARO Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree - Presentation & Opportunities for students & scholars
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Form to register to the event: https://forms.gle/xpUSSBb5o8bK18pX8

JEMARO is a 2-year Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in the field of Advanced Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. It is open to both European and non-European students and is sponsored by the European Commission to foster excellence in education and research.

"JEMARO" stands for "Japan-Europe Master on Advanced Robotics", therefore students enrolled in this programme get to study one year at either of the 3 European institutions and 1 year at Keio University, Japan. Ecole Centrale de Nantes (France), Keio University (Japan), University of Genoa (Italy) and Warsaw University of Technology (Poland) partnered up to build a comprehensive two-year programme to offer high-level academic and industrial training across the whole span of robotics (Mathematical modelling, Control engineering, Computer engineering, Mechanical design).

Want to learn more about the programmes and its outcomes? Feel free to join us on November 24 2020.

Target audience
Students with a Bachelor of Science, in a field related to robotics such as Mechatronic, Automatic control, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering.

Scholars looking into teaching a course within an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree.
 
Ecole Centrale de Nantes
JEMARO Management Office
jemaro@ec-nantes.fr
+33 2 40 37 68 36
 
Ecole Centrale de Nantes - JEMARO Management Office
rue de la Noé 1
44321 Nantes
France
 
mBot
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A robotics section which includes mBot robots has been started in our school.
As the IT sector has entered all parts of our lives, our students have the the opportunity to develop programming skills through various games.

Target audience
Students
 

Ana Naletilić
ana.naletilic999@gmail.com
 
OŠ fra Stipana Vrljića Sovići
Sovići bb
88345 Sovići
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Quitamiedos
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Actividad de introducción a la robótica para niños y niñas de 3 a 6 años, en la que a través del juego con códigos y robots aprenden a superar el miedo.

Target audience
Alumnado de 3 a 6 años
 
Mandilones de Colores ( Escuelas Específicas del segundo ciclo de Educación Infantil de Gijón) y Magdius Formación.
Mª Yolanda Camello Suárez
mandilonesdecolores@gmail.com
 
El Llano
Calle Río de Oro 35
33209 Gijón, Asturias
Spain
 
Ketterää tuotantoa – robotiikkawebinaari
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Nimi Ketterää tuotantoa – robotiikkawebinaari
Ajankohta Ke 25.11.2020 klo 13-14
Esiintyvät asiantuntijat Matti Tikanmäki Probot Oy
Mikko Sallinen Convergent Information Technologies GmbH
Tomi Pitkäaho Centria

Centria
Sakari Pieskä
Sakari.Pieska@centria.fi
 
Centria
Vierimaantie 7
84100 Ylivieska
Finland
 
Europski tjedan robotike: Semafor
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Svuda su oko nas, upravljaju prometom i omogućavaju nam da sigurno sudjelujemo u prometu – oni su semafori. Možda si ih dosad olako shvaćao ili samo prolazio pored njih, no nakon radionice Semafor, malo ćeš drugačije prolaziti pored ovih uređaja za signalizaciju dok budeš prolazio kroz grad. Na radionici što će se održati u srijedu, 25. studenog, od 18:10 do 19:40 u Laboratoriju znanja (CTK Rijeka, Školjić 6, prizemlje), uz pomoć micro:bit-a i ledica izradit ćemo semafore. Radionica je namijenjena učenicima od 3. do 6. razreda osnovne škole.

Target audience
učenici od 3. do 6. razreda
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Loris Rašpolić
lraspolic@ctk-rijeka.hr
0915899849
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Školjić 6
51000 Rijeka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Presentation of the Double Degree programme “ Computer Science: Artificial Intelligence” with guest from the UK!
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Transport and Telecommunication Institute (TSI) invites prospective students to the online presentation of the unique Double Degree study programme. For those who want to obtain more in less time! In 4 years instead of a standard Bachelor degree the students have the chance to get 2 diplomas: in Computer Science and Computer Science&Software Development.

During the presentation the prospective students will have the opportunity to learn about pros of the double degree, specific study courses as well as study possibilities in Europe. The specialists from TSI will introduce a very unique Double Degree programme Computer Science with strong emphasis on Artificial Intelligence and Software Engineering delivered by the Transport and Telecommunication Institute in Riga in cooperation with the University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol.

The presentation will be streamed online at 16:00, Riga time, on 25 November, 2020. The speakers include programme supervisors from the Riga and British university, as well as feedback of existing students, you will get all answers to your questions!

The pre-registration is required in advance and the link will be shared via email.

Target audience
Everyone who is interested in self-development and personal growth.
 
Transport and Telecommunication Institute, TSI
Liga Udre
events@tsi.lv
 
Transport and Telecommunication Institute, TSI
Lomonosova iela 1, k-3
LV1019 Riga
Latvia
 
Hyvinvointirobotiikan webinaari
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Hyvinvointiteknologiaan ja robotiikkaan keskittyvä webinaarimme tarjoaa mahdollisuuden päästä kuulemaan aiheeseen liittyvistä mahdollisuuksista aihepiirin perehtyneiden asiantuntijapuheenvuorojen kautta. Tätä haastavaa aihepiiriä käsitellään useiden näkökulmien kautta ja yleisökysymyksiä on mahdollista esittää. Näkökulmien tarkoituksena on tarjota kuulijalle uutta tietoa ja ajateltavaa hyvinvointiteknologiaan ja robotiikkaan liittyvien mahdollisuuksien käyttämiseen, tunnistamiseen ja opiskeluun liittyen.

Webinaarissa käsiteltävät aihepiirit ja aikataulu (EET):
• avauspuheenvuoro (12.00 – 12.05)
• koulutuksellinen näkökulma ( 12.05 –12.25)
• opiskelijan näkökulma (12.25 –12.35)
• yrityselämän näkökulma (12.35 – 12.50)
• asiakkaan näkökulma ( 12.50 – 12.55)
• tilaisuuden päätöspuheenvuoro (12.55 – 13.00)


Webinaariin voi osallistua alla olevasta linkistä ilman erillistä ilmoittautumista
https://urly.fi/1OON

Riihimäen kaupunki
Samu Ylönen
samu.ylonen@riihimaki.fi
0405487715
 

Eteläinen asemakatu 2
11130 Riihimäki
Finland
 
mBot workshop
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The mBot workshop is focused on graphical programming, and participants will experience and see the behavior of robotic sensors and how to implement them. Learning through mBot, mBlock and Scratch - students will have a very fun mBot programming learning workshop.

Target audience
Primary school students
 
Centar za mlade INPUT & STEM Centar za naprednu STEM edukaciju djece i mladih
Adi Salčinović
info@inputcentar.com
+38761766532
 
STEM Centar za naprednu STEM edukaciju, robotiku i programiranje by INPUT
Mokušnice 10
72000 Zenica
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Helsinki Region Autonomous Robotics Meetup
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Delivery robots and autonomous robotics research. First ever Autonomous Robotics Meetup in Helsinki Area.
During the European Robotics Week 2020 I am pleased to welcome you to the First ever Autonomous Robotics Meetup in Helsinki Area.

Talks and topics for the meetup are still being finalized but I hope you will find time to attend.

As of now:

We have 2 speakers sharing their knowledge with us.

1. Reza Ghabcheloo, Associate Professor @ Tampere University

2. Speaker from Starship Robotics.

Starship robots are advanced devices that can carry items within a 4-mile (6km) radius.

3. TBD

If you would like to speak then reach out to me sachinkundu at gmail dot com

Please join us!

Target audience
All interested
 
Sachin Kundu
Sachin Kundu
sachinkundu@gmail.com
 
Helsinki
Kaivokatu 1
00100 Helsinki
Finland
 
Exhibition Hand crafted 2020
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Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture is participating on exhibition Hand crafted with robots and other collections from kids LEGO workshops.

Target audience
Kids of all ages and everyone else interested in topic.
 
Dubrovnik-neretva county & City of Dubrovnik Association of technical culture, City of Dubrovnik
Tomo Sjekavica
ztkdubrovnik@gmail.com
 
Youth Center Dubrovnik
Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44A
20000 Dubrovnik
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Panel: Robotics for Humanity
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El CEO de PAL Robotics, Francesco Ferro, participará como ponente en el Panel "Robotics for Humanity", junto a otras personas importantes dentro del mundo de la robótica como José Manuel Collades (ABB) o Stefano Stamigioli (eu Robotics) entre otros.

Target audience
Todos los públicos
 
euRobotics
Franceso Ferro
marketing@pal-robotics.com
 
Barcelona
Carrer de Pujades 77
08005 Barcelona
Spain
 
TSI Robotics Day online
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The Transport and Telecommunications Institute (TSI) invites all senior students, teachers and robotics enthusiasts to join an exciting and educational online event on November 25, 2020 - TSI Robotics Day!
During the day you will have the opportunity to see and try out different robots, learn a lot about their functions and daily use, the development of the robotics industry, as well as various online tests!

Join online:
14:15 -15:00 Workshop How to Create a Chatbot (Virtual Assistant System) + Certificate of Participation
15:00-15:45 Workshop of Industrial Robot Programming + Certificate of Participation
All day long introductory lecture of flying robots - drones + Certificate of Completion of the Test
And at 16:00 Presentation of the Double Degree programme “ Computer Science: Artificial Intelligence” with guest from the United Kingdom. Register and receive a 20% discount on studies!

If you are thinking about further studies abroad in IT, electronics, telecommunications, robotics or any other field, you can also book an individual consultation with the experts of our faculties on November 25 and find answers to all of your questions!

Pre-registration is required! The access link will be shared via e-mail. More info at www.tsi.lv

Target audience
Teachers and pupils from grades 10-12
 
Transport and Telecommunication Institute, TSI
Liga Udre
events@tsi.lv
 
Transport and Telecommunication Institute, TSI
Lomonosova iela 1, k-3
LV1019 Riga
Latvia
 
Lego Mindstorms Evo3
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Activity on the school D. Manuel I with a classroom using Lego Mindstorm Kits.
On this activity the students are able to build and program a Lego Mindstorm Evo3 robot using some sensors (ultrasound and touch).
At the beginning they have to follow some exercises to learn how to control the robot and then they have the challenge to accomplish some tasks.

Target audience
High-school
 
Centro Ciência Viva Tavira
Centro Ciência Viva Tavira
rfreitas@cvtavira.pt
 
Centro Ciência Viva Tavira
Largo do Carmo
8800311 Tavira
Portugal
 
Coding our Future - Be A Superhero!: Robotics Workshop at St. Andreas Primary School (K.A')
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Coding our Future - Be A Superhero! A robotic workshop, promoting tech young superheroes, at St. Andreas Primary School(K.A') in collaboration with the Science and Space Café Nicosia for K2 students. The workshop is organized within the European Robotics Week in Cyprus and aims to promote our students knowledge and skills in STEM education, even more through challenging times as the pandemic. Our workshop is focused on: "Introduction to Robotics: Meet Edison Robot "

Target audience
K2 students of St. Andreas Primary School
 
St. Andreas Primary School and the Science & Space Cafe Nicosia
Antonia Marcou
 
Ayios Andreas Primary School
Ayiou Pavlou -
1100 Nicosia
Cyprus
 
Uvod u 3D modeliranje - grupa 2
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Polaznici redovne radionice STEM mini(grupa 2) upoznat će se s osnovama 3D modeliranja koristeći besplatni online alat Tinkercad.

Target audience
učenici od 3. do 6 .razred osnovne škole
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Loris Rašpolić
lraspolic@ctk-rijeka.hr
+385915899849
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Školjić 6
51000 Rijeka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
¿Qué significa digitalización? Procesos y tecnología involucradas
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Todos los sectores industriales siempre se han basado en el uso de las tecnologías, utilizando los procesos de digitalización para convertirse en sistemas cada vez mas dinámicos, equilibrando la innovación con la economía y el cambio transformador con la adaptación de los procesos tradicionales. La transformación digital que se está produciendo a nivel mundial, impulsada tanto por las políticas como por las presiones del mercado, requiere una respuesta urgente de los diferentes sectores para seguir siendo competitivos. En este contexto, el objetivo del curso es dar a conocer las tecnologías fundamentales más importantes que se encuentran en el proceso de digitalización con especial atención con especial énfasis en aquellas que buscan la transformación del tejido industrial de nuestra provincia. Además, explorar la aplicación de las tecnologías digitales con algunos casos de éxito, aspectos económicos y su aplicación en el contexto de varios proyectos de digitalización a gran escala.

Target audience
Alumnos ESO y Bachiller
 
Club de Robótica de la Universidad de Almería y Grupo de Automática, Robótica y Mecatrónica (ARM)
Francisco Rodríguez Díaz
frrodrig@ual.es
 
Colegio Agave
Calle la Gloria 17
04230 Huércal de Almería, Almería
Spain
 
Aprende a diseñar e imprimir tus piezas 3D para alumnos de secundaria
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La impresión 3D cada día está más presente en nuestra vida. En la actividad se mostrarán ejemplos del uso de impresoras 3D en investigación, actuación frente al coronavirus, entre otras. Además, se desarrollarán piezas 3D con la ayuda de herramientas diseñadas para esto.

Target audience
Alumnos de secundaria
 
Club de Robótica de la Universidad de Almería y Grupo de Automática, Robótica y Mecatrónica (ARM)
Manuel Muñoz Rodríguez
mmr411@ual.es
 
Virtual
Calle Universidad de Almería n/s
04120 Almería
Spain
 
El Mundo de la Robótica social
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La actividad consiste en la proyección de una presentación donde se hablará sobre robótica, robótica de servicio y más en detalle, sobre robótica social en la actualidad. Del mismo modo, se expondrán dos trabajos de fin de grado realizados por alumnos de Ingeniería Electrónica dentro de este marco.
Esta actividad tiene como objetivo la divulgación de la robótica social, cada vez más en auge en nuestra sociedad. Se desea, de esta forma, promover y motivar a los jóvenes en el estudio de la ingeniería.

Target audience
Profesores y alumnos de todos los niveles educativos preuniversitarios
 
Club de Robótica de la Universidad de Almería y Grupo de Automática, Robótica y Mecatrónica (ARM)
angeles.hoyo@ual.es
 
Universidad de Almería
Calle Universidad de Almería n/s
04120 La Cañada, Almería
Spain
 
RIDE: Robotics for the Inclusive Developement of Atypical and Typical children project transnational meeting
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Transnational Meeting for all consortium partners from RIDE: Robotics for the Inclusive Developement of Atypical and Typical children project funded under the Erasmus+ programme. Participating countries: Hungary, Romania, Italy, and Spain. Project objective: module matrix based on the learning-by-doing approach to support the effective integration of atypical children aged 8-14 in mainstream education, reduce their early school leaving risks, and help their talent management in order to reach a better position on the labour market. Learning Materials contain Teachers’ and Students’ sections, with lesson guides, as well as programming and robotics technical support step by step. Lessons are based on European cultural heritage: fairy tales, books, and history. Meeting topics: milestones and progress on module matrix development, website (free content platform) progress and future steps.

Target audience
Consortium partners closed event
 
Obo - We Teach Robotics
agata.lisowska@intergrupo.net
 
Obo - We Teach Robotics
Calle Severo Ochoa 21
33401 Avilés
Spain
 
Robotiikkaa tutkimus- ja opetuslaboratorio Technobothniassa
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Euroopan robottiviikon tapahtumat ovat tänä vuonna verkossa. Viikon aikana on useita erilaisia
robotiikkaan liittyviä esityksiä pitkin Eurooppaa. Vaasan AMK:n osuudessa esitellään hieman robotiikan
perusteita ja tulevaisuuden näkymiä. Esitys painottuu kuitenkin esittelemään mitä kaikkea robotiikkaa
tutkimuskeskus Technobothnia pitää sisällään.

Klo 12:15 Tilaisuuden avaus ja robottiviikon esittely
Klo 12:30 Robotiikka, peruskatsaus erilaisiin robottitekniikoihin
Klo 13:00 Tutkimuskeskus Technobothnia ja robotiikka
Katsaus Technobothniassa olevaan robotiikkaan, koulutukseen ja palveluihin
Klo 13:45 Päätössanat ja keskustelua

VAMK
Mika Billing
Mika.Billing@vamk.fi
 
VAMK
Wolffintie 30
65200 VAASA
Finland
 
Entering the world of Robotics
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How do you actually get into the world of Robotics? How to find opportunities for internships and later employment? Which study program to choose and where? How to find a scholarship? All of these questions must have been at least once in the mind of anyone who wanted to become a robotics engineer. As someone who completed Bachelor's studies in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and then enrolled in studies of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics at one of the best European universities, I decided to make this webinar to help anyone interested in studying Robotics, both in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as abroad.

Target audience
Everyone, especially high school and undergraduate students
 
Sapienza University of Rome
Amila Sikalo
asikalo97@gmail.com
+38761266671
 

Zmaja od Bosne bb
71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
How to choose the right robot and validate robot programs using simulation?
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On Thursday, 26 November at 15:00-15:45 EET, Visual Components will host a free 45 minute webinar as part of European Robotics Week. The webinar topic will be on how to choose the right robot and validate robot programs using simulation.

https://www.visualcomponents.com/about-us/webinars/webinar-how-to-choose-the-right-robot-and-validate-robot-programs-using-simulation/

Please note the webinar language will be Finnish.

Visual Components
Laura Mertanen
Laura.Mertanen@VisualComponents.com
 
Visual Components
Vänrikinkuja 2
02600 Helsinki
Finland
 
Robotiikkayritykset kehityksen veturina
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Robocoast DIH esittäytyy ja kertoo robotiikan merkityksestä yritysten kehittymisessä. Haastateltavana robotiikkayritysten edustajia.
Striimin seuraajilla on mahdollisuus osallistua lähetykseen laittamalla kysymyksiä.

Target audience
Kaikki ne joita robotiikka suomessa kiinnostaa niin työnantajana, yhteistyökumppanina tai robotiikkaratkaisujen toimittajana.
 
Robocoast DIH
Mikko Puputti
mikko.puputti@prizz.fi
 
Robocoast DIH
Loukkurantie 1
28450 Ulvila
Finland
 
micro:bit i :MOVE mini - grupa 2
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Ova radionica za polaznike redovne radionice STEM (grupa 2) pruža zabavni uvod u robotiku. Na radionici će polaznici koristiti :MOVE mini robot s dva kotača koji je prikladan za samostalni rad.

Target audience
učenici od 5. do 7. razreda osnovne škole
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Loris Rašpolić
lraspolic@ctk-rijeka.hr
+385915899849
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Školjić 6
51000 Rijeka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics and Coding Training of Teachers
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SANLAB and Pursaklar Vocational High School organize this event for teachers.
Robotics and Coding applications explain to teachers as a workshop.
Teachers gain digital competence with this workshop.

Target audience
Teachers of Pursaklar Vocational High School
 
SANLAB
Salih Kükrek
salih@sanlab.net
+905445646319
 
Pursaklar Mesleki ve Teknik Anadolu Lisesi
Mimar Sinan Mah. Ballıbaba Sokak No.9 Pursaklar 9
06145 ANKARA
Turkey
 
Pigs and Robots - Slaughterhause of the Future (Live stream)
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Kristóf Takács presents the latest researach directions in the field of robotized meat processing in a live stream.

Target audience
Anyone between ages 16--100.
 
Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Tamas Nagy
tamas.daniel.nagy@irob.uni-obuda.hu
+36204242351
 
Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Bécsi út 96/b
1034 Budapest
Hungary
 
ALTAIR Lab Virtual Tour - ERW20
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Come and discover ALTAIR Robotics Lab in this virtual Tour organized on the occasion of the European Robotics Week 2020 and the European Researchers’ Night 2020!

 
Altair Robotics Lab
Strada le, Grazie 15
37134 Verona
Italy
 
Robots in the Operating Room - the Present and the Future of Surgical Robotics (Live stream)
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Renata Nagyne Elek talks about the concept of surgical robotics in live stream. The audience get acquainted with the da Vinci Surgical System, and also the latest research results on surgical skill assessment and on the automation of surgery.

Target audience
Anyone with age between 10--100.
 
Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Tamas Nagy
tamas.daniel.nagy@irob.uni-obuda.hu
+36204242351
 
Antal Bejczy Center for Intelligent Robotics
Bécsi út 96/b
1034 Budapest
Hungary
 
Toca una estrella
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un espacio geodésico, una cúpula interactiva construida con triángulos, y en cuyo interior se puede interactuar con la luz, el sonido ,el volumen....

Target audience
alumnado de tercer ciclo de primaria y público en general
 
CP SAN PEDRO DE LOS ARCOS/ARTEC
Honorino García
sanpedro@educastur.org
 
Oviedo
AVENIDA SAN PEDRO DE LOS ARCOS 18
33012 Oviedo
Spain
 
Training 4.0: Robotiikka – kaarihitsauksen etäohjelmointi
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Training 4.0: Robotiikka - kaarihitsauksen etäohjelmointi Delfoi ARCilla

Lisätietoa ja ilmoittautumiset http://seamk.fi/robotiikkaviikko2020

SeAMK
Toni Luomanmäki
Toni.Luomanmaki@seamk.fi
 
SeAMK
Kampusranta 11 11
60320 Seinäjoki
Finland
 
Micro: bit workshop
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At the workshops, participants will learn the basics of using micro: bits - how to get started, write your first programs and where they can find additional educational materials.

Target audience
interested participants
 
Prva srednja škola Beli Manastir
Olivera
olivera.stojakovic@gmail.com
0911730578
 
Udruga Inovatora Baranje
Trg slobode 16a
31300 BELI MANASTIR
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Espacios maker: robótica, fabricación digital, motivación y aprendizaje
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Register in bylinedu.org for link https://forms.gle/KjwbeaGLYQoQr5Xe6
Multiplier event, corresponding to the European project “MAKE IN CLASS”, an Erasmus + project in which the Bylinedu Association & IES El Clot has participated during the last two years and which will end in December 2020, to motivate young people and help reduce school dropouts.
Relevant national and international experts from the robotics and maker world, teachers and project partners from different countries will participate, so we believe that it will also be a reference event for the maker community and inspiring for all participants.

Target audience
For secondary school teachers, educators, collaborators, managers, students
 
Asociación Bylinedu / IES El Clot
Bernat Llopis
info@bylinedu.es
 
online
Pza de Manises 2
46003 Valencia
Spain
 
“Espacios maker: fabricación digital, motivación y aprendizaje”
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Es una Jornada internacional sobre el impacto educativo de los espacios maker: robótica, espacios de diseño, programación y fabricación digital.
Es el el evento multiplicador 2020, correspondiente al proyecto europeo “MAKE IN CLASS”, proyecto Erasmus+ en el que la Asociación Bylinedu ha participado durante los dos últimos años y que finalizará en diciembre de 2020.

Target audience
docentes de Secundaria, educadores, colaboradores, gestores y decisores educativos con interés en la integración de metodologías y actividades maker
 
Asociación Bylinedu IES El Clot
Bernat Llopis
bernat@bylinedu.es
 
Virtual
Carrer de Just Ramírez 34
46009 Valencia
Spain
 
Playing with micro:bit
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Workshop for 3rd grade students, introduction in work with micro:bit.

Target audience
3rd grade students
 
I. osnovna škola Čakovec
Ivana Vadlja
vadlja.ivana@gmail.com
 
I. osnovna škola Čakovec
Ulica Kralja Tomislava 43
40000 Čakovec
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Big Data for Robotics
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This talk will focus on the employment of Big Data infrastructures that we have leveraged for Human-Robot-Interaction. Several use cases and projects have already been developed on top of NAO/Zora, a completely programmable and autonomous humanoid robot, and they aim at allowing NAO/Zora to interact with humans using natural language for different tasks. Example use cases allow the robot:
1) talking to the user and understanding his/her sentiments by using a dedicated Semantic Sentiment Analysis engine;
2) generating answers to open-dialog natural language utterances through a Generative Conversational Agent;
3) performing action commands depending on open-dialog natural language utterances and a Robot Action ontology;
4) identifying which objects the user is showing to the robot cameras by using convolutional neural networks trained on a huge collection of annotated objects;
5) integrating Google Assistant technologies within NAO/Zora to experience a much more natural interaction with the robot;
playing with NAO/Zora;
6) using NAO/Zora to control smart objects. The source code of each use case is publicly available in repositories and dedicated videos show how they work.

Target audience
Students, researchers, industrials willing to know more about the employment of Big Data technologies for human-robot interaction and use cases on the NAO robotic platform
 
R2M Solution
Diego Reforgiato
diego.reforgiato@r2msolution.com
 
Palazzo delle Scienze
Via Ospedale 72
09024 Cagliari
Italy
 
ARDUINO BASIC WORKSHOP
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Arduino workshop where students will learn how to connect and program different components and senzors to perform a specific task.

Target audience
High school students
 
Udruga inovatora Baranje
Tibor
tboni2280@gmail.com
098643241
 
Zajednica tehničke kulture Beli Manastir
Trg slobode 16a
31300 Beli Manastir
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Salamaprojekteilla osaamista, kilpailykykyä ja verkostoja
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Digi-Salama -hankkeen webinaarissa salama-esittelemme mm. projekteja, joissa pääosassa ovat cobotiikka ja UAV- teknologia. Kuulette myös yritysten näkemyksen uuden teknologian soveltamiseen. Vantaan elinkeinopalvelut kertovat osuudestaan hankkeessa ja kehitteillä olevasta ARI- osaamiskeskittymästä.

Webinaarin ohjelma:
-Case dronella säädataa / yhteistyössä Insta & Ilmatieteenlaitos
-Case autonominen robotiikka sisälogistiikassa / yhteistyössä Refair + asiakashaastattelu Markku Heinonen, toimitujohtaja
-Case robotista cobotti / Etteplan + asiakashaastattelu Iiro Aalto, BU Director Engineering Solutions
-Vantaan elinkeinopalveluiden terveiset; robotiikasta potkua kestävään kasvuun
-ARI-osaamiskeskittymä, avoin pelipaikka yhteiselle tekemiselle (Automation, Robotics and Industry)

Webinaari Zoomissa:
https://metropolia.zoom.us/j/61215146508

Heräsikö kiinnostus? Haluaisitko uutiskirjeemme tai luoda yrityksellesi oman Salama-projektin vai kiinnostaako ARI- verkosto? Jätä yhteystietosi oheiselle lomakkeelle, niin otamme sinuun yhteyttä.
https://forms.gle/gkSaKYMLACt7GeiX7

Digi-Salama - hanke
Tiina Vuorijärvi
Tiina.Vuorijarvi@metropolia.fi
 
Metropolia
Leiritie 1
01600 Vantaa
Finland
 
Arduino
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Thanks to an IT girls seminar at our school we started a robotics section with Arduino robots. Due to the interest of the boys we have decided to include them in the section as well. Our work in the section is focused on introducing students to the IT area and accruing knowledge and skills in the STEM area.

Students
Marija Mikulic
bandicmarija8@gmail.com
 
OŠ fra Stipana Vrljića Sovići
Sovići bb
88345 Grude
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
radionica programiranja Lego Spike Prime
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radionica programiranja Lego Spike Prime robota

Target audience
osnovnoškolci
 
I. osnovna škola Čakovec
Ivana Ružić
ivana.ruzic21@gmail.com
 
I. osnovna škola Čakovec
Kralja Tomislava 43
40000 Čakovec
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
mBot school competiton
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Školsko natjecanje iz robotike (mBot) za učenike robotičke sekcije OŠ "Kiseljak".
Učenici će dobiti dva zadatka:
1. zadani zadatak
2. zadatak po izboru

Dvoje koje budu imali najbolje rezultate biti će nagrađeni. Posebno će se vrednovati kreativnost kod izrade zadatka po izboru.

Target audience
učenici
students
 

Valentina Vidović
valy.vidovic@aiesec.net
063706273
 
Osnovna škola Kiseljak
Josipa bana Jelačića 11
71250 Kiseljak
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Radionice robotike za učenike osnovnih škola 2
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U sklopu radionica robotike, koje se u prostorijama Zajednice tehničke kulture grada Splita provode tijekom cijele školske godine 2020/2021., polaznici se upoznavaju s mehanikom i mehaničkim načelima konstrukcije razvojnog robotičkog modela mBot, te s računalnim alatima za razvoj upravljačkih programa. Među prvim zadacima će biti podučavane tehnike programiranja stvarnih sustava, pa će tako biti programirano kretanja mBot-a po preddefiniranim putanjama, te uporaba osjetnika i pretvornika za navigaciju robota kroz stvarni prostor. Djeca se podučavaju i prvim jednostavnim koracima u programiranju računalnih igara, koji će u narednim radionicama postajati sve složenijima. Time će djeci biti pružen uvid u bogati svijete robotike i programiranja, i to ne samo kroz edukaciju, već i kroz zabavu.

Target audience
Učenici osnovnih škola od 2. do 8. razreda.
 
Zajednica tehničke kulture grada Splita
Tomislav Nikolić
ztk@ztk-split.hr
098/217-849
 
ZTK grada Splita
Varaždinska 53
21000 Split
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Radionica robotike
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Radionica će se fokusirati na sklapanje i programiranje mBot-ova. Učenici će u saradnji sa mentorima proći kompletan proces upravljanja sa ovim mobilnim robotima.

PPOŠ
Haris Salkic
hasalkic72@gmail.com
00387603051037
 
PPOŠ
Banjalučka bb bb
71000 Sarajevo
Bosnia/Herzegowina
 
Espectáculo Around the world de Brodas Bros
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Un gran cuaderno de viajes inunda el escenario, en él, un recopilatorio de las vivencias y anécdotas vividas por los Brodas Bros en las giras internacionales que han hecho alrededor del mundo; Brasil, Palestina, San Francisco, Los Ángeles, Honduras, Japón y una gran influencia de China donde han estado 3 meses de gira en este último año.

Unos Brodas Bros muy futuristas y robóticos, pero también muy humanos y sensibles. Mapping, proyección interactiva, láser, danza aérea, vestuario de leds… Una combinación de danza, luz, tecnología y música sorprendente. El show más tecnológico de Brodas Bros jamás visto hasta ahora.

Estos recuerdos que se quedan en la memoria nos hacen ver que gracias a estas experiencias somos lo que somos ahora mismo, en el presente. Un presente que tenemos que vivir, un presente que los Brodas Bros quieren compartir con el público, ¡del que tú formas parte!

¡Báilate la vida!

Target audience
Todos los públicos
 
Brodas bros y Teatro Municipal Francisco Rabal
clarabrodasbros@gmail.com
 
Pinto (Madrid)
Calle de las Alpujarras s/n
28320 Pinto (Madrid)
Spain
 
Europski tjedan robotike: Kraljica utrke
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Na radionici Kraljica utrke, namijenjenoj učenicima viših razreda osnovne škole (od 5. do 8. razreda), kombinirat ćemo edukacijske setove micro:maqueen i micro:bit, a cilj će nam biti osposobiti robota za trku po stazi. Radionica Kraljica utrke će se održati u ponedjeljak, 30. studenog, od 18:10 do 19:40 u Laboratoriju znanja (CTK Rijeka, Školjić 6, prizemlje).

Prijave na radionicu su obavezne putem prijavnice. Polaznici će dobiti obavijest o tome da su primljeni na radionicu dan prije održavanja same radionice.

Target audience
Učenici od 5. do 8. razreda osnovne škole
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Loris Rašpolić
lraspolic@ctk-rijeka.hr
+385915899849
 
Centar tehničke kulture Rijeka
Školjić 6
51000 Rijeka
Croatia/Hrvatska
 
Robotics and Coding Training of Teachers
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SANLAB and Yeniyapan Secondary School organize this event for teachers.
Robotics and Coding applications explain to teachers as a workshop.
Teachers gain digital competence with this workshop.

Target audience
Teachers of Yeniyapan Secondary School
 
SANLAB
Salih Kükrek
salih@sanlab.net
+905445646319
 
Yeniyapan Ortaokulu
Yeniyapan Köyü Çelebi 286
71812 KIRIKKALE
Turkey
 
ABB ROBO CHALLENGE - Touch the future
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This year Competition is organized online.
ABB ROBO CHALLENGE - Touch the future is a competition that takes place in the 11th seminar BRAND
NEW ENGINEERS - From Integral to Engineers, organized by EESTEC LC BELGRADE, in cooperation with the School of Electrical Engineering University in Belgrade and supported by ABB in Serbia.
The challenge will be held in two rounds. The first round, 24 hackathon, which will last from 30.11.2020. to 01.12.2020., involves computer work on the templates in the simulation environment ABB RobotStudio. On the second round, which is going to happen seven days later, two or three teams whose upgraded solutions give the best results will have the opportunity to implement their solution on the real ABB industrial robot.

Target audience
Students of the School of Electrical Engineering and other technical faculties.
 
EESTEC LC BELGRADE
Rastko Karajovic
karajovicrastko@gmail.com
+381646396273
 
School of Electrical Engineering Univeresity of Belgrade
Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 73
11000 Belgrade
Serbia
 
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