Viime hetken paikkoja on vielä jäljellä Sloveniaan! Jos robotit ja/tai
mieletön bilettäminen slovenialaistyyliin maaliskuun alussa kiinnostaa,
niin ilmoittakaa minulle osoitteeseen helsinki-cp(a)eestec.org ASAP!
Terveisin, Aki O.
Mr. Aki Oksanen EESTEC LC Helsinki "The Face Is
Servin-Maijan tie 12D45 Contact Person '06 Familiar, But
02150 Espoo, Finland I Can't Quite
+358 (0)40 702 7053 Remember My Name"
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The deadline for LC Ljubljana's next workshop is almost here. We still
have a few places left, so if you study robotics or industrial
automation, hurry up!
The workshop is from the 5th to the 12th of March. Anyone wishing to
participate must write a short presentation of their laboratory.
Here's our main organiser's description of what
we plan on doing:
Don't become a robot!
In today's world we are constantly increasing the use of robots in our
lives, as you have probably already noticed. Robots are replacing
people in the workplace, but that doesn't imply that we are losing our
jobs. We still have to invent the robots, design them, program, monitor
and maintain them. The important thing here is not to become slaves to
robots but to learn how to control them. Has it ever happened to you
that you hear someone say 'This computer is so stupid!'? Well, if we
want robots to obey us, we have to learn how to use and control them.
For that purpose EESTEC LC Ljubljana, in collaboration with the
Laboratory for robotics and biomedical technology, is organizing Seven
days of industrial robotics at the Faculty of electrical engineering,
or 7IR for short. Those interested will from the 05. to the 12. of
march have the opportunity to learn about industrial robotics during
There you will work with robots which we will borrow from the robot
suppliers in Slovenia which we are cooperating with. The professional
part of the workshop will take place from the 6th until the 10th of
March, where the first day is dedicated to classes, the following three
days to practical work and the last day is meant for a professional
excursion to some slovenian companies which use robots, where you will
see the actual use of robots in industry. On the last day of the
workshop (Saturday) we will organize a short trip for relaxation!
With this workshop you will get interesting and useful knowledge about
the use of robots in industry and about simulation packages as well as
do some practical work with robots. You will also have the opportunity
to meet other electrical engineering students (or to renew old
friendships) and (since this is Ljubljana we're talking about) party as
much as you can (we've found a new hostel that is 5 minutes away from
a bar which is open 24 hours a day :) ).
To apply, you must also send me the following information:
Best regards to everyone,
EESTEC LC Ljubljana