Robotics Technology Symposium 2019

Date
24.01 — 24.01.2019
Location
TU Eindhoven, Eindhoven, Nederland

Robotics is a rapidly growing field of research and development that is increasingly impacting our day-to-day lives and the way we do business with the creation of new products and services.

This trend is also visible in the sheer number and diversity of research groups, projects and activities that are pursued at Eindhoven University of Technology. Our research varies from the creation of highly autonomous vehicles (AGV’s, cars) to medical devices that enhance the surgeons capabilities and to social robots that are able to teach children with autism to recognize different kinds of human emotions.

As robots enter the human domain, developing a robotic system not only involves mechanics, electronics and computer sciences, but also introduces social interaction aspects and poses many ethical questions. Creating robotics systems, is a multi-disciplinary exercise by nature. The TU/e High Tech Systems Center plays a pivotal role in connecting and creating joint industry-university driven robotics research projects to create tomorrow’s technologies.

TU/e High Tech Systems Center welcomes you to the 2nd edition of the Robotics Technology Symposium that will be held on 24th of January 2019 (10 AM – 6 PM) in the Auditorium (Entrance 6 & 12) at the TU/e Campus. This event is dedicated to sharing our latest results in research, innovations and upcoming initiatives aimed to stimulate connections between industry representatives and university researchers.

Jointly organized by TU/e and High Tech Systems Center.

Keynote speakers

Lambèr Royakkers (Associate professor) Philosphy & Ethics

Francesco Nori (Head of Robotics) Google DeepMind

René van de Molengraft Associate professor) Control Systems Technology

When?

Thursday January 24, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Where?

Auditorium, TU/e campus

For more information on registration and program please visit the conference site through the link below.

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