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RobMoSys Brokerage Day in Frankfurt
August 24, 2017 @ 10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Interested in being part of the RobMoSys community? Want to find out more about the RobMoSys approach and the technical details of the concept? Keen on finding out more about the funding opportunities offered within the first Open Call? Missed our first brokerage day?
Then come and join us at the second RobMoSys Brokerage day, which will be held in Frankfurt, Germany, on August 24, 2017.
The Brokerage day will inform you about the RobMosys approach and give you details on why and how to participate. You will get first hand information on the project and the chance to explain your ideas and find suitable partners for your application. The event will give you all the details on the call and room for questions. The call offers research funding opportunities to research institutions, universities, industries, SMEs, located in the EU.
You will also get the chance to pitch your ideas, discuss them with the RobMoSys consortium and the community and find suitable partners for your application.
We are looking forward to your project ideas!
Places are limited and will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.
We reserve the right to limit the number of pitches (max. one pitch per organisation).
The second Brokerage day will be held at VDMA Building (Lyoner Str. 18) in Frankfurt/M, Germany, from 10:30 am to 4:00 pm on August 24, 2017. From 9:30 am, coffee will be served for the early arrivers who get the chance for a first informal networking.
The location is easily accessible from the airport and Frankfurt main station, as well as by car. There are several hotels within walking distance.
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Agenda Brokerage Day
09:30 Welcome coffee and informal networking
10:30 Official opening and introduction to the RobMoSys approach (Herman Bruyninckx, KU Leuven)
Project Overview, Modeling principles and foundations, Tiago Example (Christian Schlegel, HS Ulm)
Motion Stack Modelling (Herman Bruyninckx, KU Leuven)
Technical Material available for applicants (WIKI) and explanation about what we are looking for in the open call (Alex Lotz, HS Ulm)
12:00 Open Call introduction (Marie-Luise Neitz, TU Muenchen)
Basic information & Conditions for participation
Evaluation & Tools
12:30 What can and does industry expect from the RobMoSys approach? (Susanne Bieller, EUnited Robotics; Sarah Terreri, PAL Robotics)
12:45 First Q&A session
13:00 Networking Lunch & time for individual meetings to form partnerships
14:00 Project ideas / proposal teaser presentations
15:30 Final Q&A and wrap-up