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 w Karczmiskach
ul. Szkolna 1
24-310 Karczmiska
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
 
Szkoła Podstawowa nr 1
Ul. Szkolna 2
82-100 Nowy Dwór Gdański
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
 
Wyższa Szkoła Techniczna w Katowicach
ul. Rolna 43
40-555 Katowice
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
 
Zespół Szkół Nr.3
ul. Słowackiego 7
23-204 Kraśnik
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
 
Zespół Szkół Nr.3
ul. Słowackiego 7
23-204 Kraśnik
Poland
 
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
   18.01.2020 - 19.01.2020
08:00 - 18:00

 
  
 
 
FIRST LEGO League Tournament
Show details
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
 
Lubelskie Centrum Konferencyjne
ul. Artura Grottgera 2
20-029 Lublin
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.
Franziska Weser
fw@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 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 Tournament
Show details
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
 
Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science
ul. Koszykowa 75
00-662 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.
Franziska Weser
fw@hands-on-technology.org
+49 341 246 15 83
 
Szkoła Podstawowa nr 53
ul. Rudzka 6
01-689 Warszawa
Poland
 
ERW2019 Central Opening Event
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The ERW2019 Central event in Poznan will be focused on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, and will put the spotlight on the biggest country in EU13.

It will be run by well-known robotics actors in Poland, with a great track-record of robotics events organisation (e.g. Rover Challenge): Poznan University of Technology (PUT), Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Centre (PSNC), European Space Foundation (ESF), and Planet Partners (PR & Communications).
Venue: Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre

Programme:
• Thursday, 14 November - Official Opening Ceremony (early evening), with European, national, regional, local government representatives
• Friday, 15 November - schools visits (workshops, success stories)
• Saturday, 16 November - event open to the general public (competitions, interactive workshops)
• During the 3 days – indoors exhibition and outdoor display of an autonomous car

euRobotics
secretariat@eu-robotics.net
 
Campus of Poznan University of Technology, Lecture and Conference Center
Piotrowo 2
60-965 Poznan
Poland
 
Interactive lecture for students Robotics and AI
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In Polish

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
Autonomous driving technologies behind
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in Polish

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
Workshop for Students (space robotics)
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In Polish

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
Workshop CEE perspectives on robotics
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In English

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
Robots at school - ideas for pan-European citizen science projects
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Public participation in science has seen an increase with interested volunteers, amateur scientists, students, and educators promoting new ways to advance our understanding of the world. Among these, robots generate immediate interest and captivate the audience, which make them promising tools for introducing students to STEM skills and careers.

This session is to present:

Ideas and concrete examples of pan-European robotics projects with an impact on culture, ecology, history, and economy, designed to make STEM education attractive
How schools, youth clubs, science and nature museums, boy scouts and girl scouts, culture groups, can be part of robotics-related citizen science projects
Robotics education projects that can contribute to raising awareness, building capacity, and strengthening disadvantaged communities or groups
Students’ opinions about robots used in the classroom as a tool to expand their knowledge of STEM careers opportunities.

The workshop aims to explore successful robotics education initiatives that could be implemented at pan-European level in order to better prepare our students for future jobs and professions.

euRobotics
 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
Women in Digital and Robotics: a must-have
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Participation at the event is free, no prior registration is required. The workshop is in English.

In Europe, there are four times more men than women with ICT-related studies, and the share of men working in the digital sector is over three times greater than women’s share. The panel will investigate how:

women can be more involved in product development,
to recruit more women and engage them in high-level decision making in senior leadership levels,
public authorities and educators can encourage girls to take STEM education using creative and innovative technologies, in order to reduce the gender-gap in digital.

The panel aims to draw a set of recommendations for building a digital and technological future in which women have a strong presence and involvement.

eurobotics
 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
Workshop for School Children - How the robot perceive and move in the world
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in English

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
ERW2019: Wrap-up and closing
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in English

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
Presentation of the best students projects from Workshops
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in Polish

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
Autonomous driving technologies behind
Show details
in Polish

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
Interactive lecture for students Robotics and AI
Show details
In Polish

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
ABB Exhibition Booth in Poznan
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We are already looking forward to welcoming you at our ABB booth. Our robot experts are happy to introduce you to YuMi, the world's first truly collaborative robot and to present our leading solutions for different applications.

Target audience
Students and general public
 
ABB Sp. Z o.o.
Malgorzata Cwieczek
malgorzata.cwieczek@pl.abb.com
 
Poznan University of Technology Lecture and Conference Center.
Piotrowo 2 Street 4
60-965 Poznań
Poland
 
Workshop for School Children - How the robot perceive and move in the world (2x45 min)
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in Polish

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
Workshop CEE perspectives on robotics
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in English

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
Workshop for Students (space robotics)
Show details
In Polish

 
Poznan University of Technology conference & lecturing centre
Piotrowo 2
60965 Poznan
Poland
 
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