When – Wednesday 9th November 2022
Where – University of Nottingham
Who – Postgraduate research students, postdoctoral researchers, early career academics.
Sign up at – Eventbrite Places are limited, and on a first-come first-served basis. Please, register now to avoid disappointment!
Event details: This event aims to build a network of multidisciplinary ECRs in Robotics and Autonomous Systems in the East Midlands. It will bring together ECRs from a wide range of backgrounds with an interest in robotics and autonomous systems and allow them to form new partnerships and develop wider academic skills. This networking event will facilitate new interdisciplinary research collaborations and will promote happy, healthy research culture, allowing for the creation of diverse research teams.
Prof. Marc Hanheide, University of Lincoln and Prof. Praminda Caleb-Solly, University of Nottingham
09:00-9:30, Registration and coffee/refreshments
09:30-12:00, Opening Ceremony + Keynote
12:00-14:00, Researcher showcase (Poster and Demo)
13:00-14:00, Lunch and coffee/refreshments
14:00-16:30, Researcher showcase (3-minute talk)
16:30-17:00, Coffee/refreshments and networking break
The organising committee:
- Maria J. Galvez Trigo, Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Computer Science at the University of Lincoln
- Horia A. Maior, Assistant Professor in Computer Science at the University of Nottingham
- Reza V. Barenji, Senior Lecturer in Intelligent manufacturing at Nottingham Trent University
We can cover reasonable travel expenses for attendees, please, indicate if you need this support during registration and we will contact you with more details.
For any other information, please get in touch!
*This event has been supported by Connected Everything II: Accelerating Digital Manufacturing Research Collaboration and Innovation [Grant agreement: EP/S036113/1]
For any questions contact: Horia A. Maior firstname.lastname@example.org