The euRathlon/TRADR Workshop and Summer School 2016 on Heterogeneity in Robotics Systems is designed as a five-day course to provide participants with both theoretical and practical insight in multi-domain real robotic systems for deployment in disaster response scenarios. The trend in this area is going towards multi-robot systems with different outfits, processing powers and operation spaces (ground, water, air) that shall be deployed over long periods and several sorties. This raises many challenges, including multi-modal heterogeneous mapping, semantic analysis and reasoning, (collaborative) planning under uncertainty. The summer school program will consist of lectures on these topics, and hands-on sessions during which the participants work on practical tasks using several robots with different sensory equipment. The intended audience is undergraduate students, Master students, PhD students, postdoc students, researchers from universities/organizations and engineers from industry companies around the world.
Juha Röning (University of Oulu, Finland)
Ivana Kruijff-Korbayová (DFKI, Germany)
Marta Palau Franco (UWE Bristol, UK)
Abel Gawel (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Renaud Dubé (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
Summers school venue
Oulu, Finland, at the University of Oulu. www.oulu.fi
Pentti Kaiteran katu 1, 90014 Oulu, Finland.
– Application deadline 31 May 2016
– Notification of acceptance: 3 June 2016
– Registration deadline: 15 June 2016
– Summer school kick-off: 22 August 2016
Applications should be submitted via email in PDF format to Prof Juha Röning (email@example.com). All applicants must provide a free format letter (max. 2 pages) describing their research. Papers/posters are not compulsory for attending the summer school, but participants who have submitted a paper will have priority over participants who haven not submitted one.
- Registration fee with accommodation: 230€/person
- Registration fee without accommodation: 60€/person
Students enrolled in EU Universities, EU Research Centres or EU Companies have the possibility of getting travel support.