30 November - Robotics Technology Symposium

Robotics at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is a fast growing field of research. The field of robotics is characterized by its multi-disciplinary nature; which makes this both very challenging and interesting.

Developing a robot typically involves mechanics, electronics and computer sciences, but often also physics, mathematics and social sciences. The High Tech Systems Center plays a pivotal role in connecting these disciplines and creating industry-university driven research projects leading to new innovations in robotics.

In this symposium you will Explore & Experience new innovations and Connect with researchers and industry representatives. 

Location: TNO building on the TU/e campus (building no. 20 on the map)
Parking: P6, P11, P12 on the map

10.00 - 11.00             Registration/ Tech Square
11.00 - 11.25Keynote 1 - How will robotics shape your future?

Prof.dr.ir. Maarten Steinbuch (TU/e)

11.25 - 11.50Semantic world modelling
Dr.ir. René van den Molengraft (TU/e)
11.50 - 12.15Automated HAD Map Making from Crowd-sourced Data 
Dr. Gijs Dubbelman (TU/e)
12.15 - 13. 15Lunch/Tech Square
13.15 - 13.40Keynote 2 - Energy-based robotics: the only way to stable interaction
Prof.dr.ir. Stefano Stramigioli
13.40 - 14.05Human intention prediction for robot systems
Dr.ir. Raymond Cuijpers
14.05 - 14.30Advancing robot locomotion and manipulation
Dr. Alessandro Saccon
14.30 - 15.00Coffee break/ Tech Square
15.00 - 16.00

PhD Pitches 

16.00 - 16.30

Keynote 3

Robots in the agri-food chain, challenges and opportunities
Prof.dr.ir. Eldert van Henten (WUR)

16.30 - 17.30Network drink and demos


Maarten Steinbuch (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Stefano Stramigioli (University of Twente)

Eldert van Henten (Wageningen University & Research)