Robotics at TU Delft Research Exhibition

May 23, 2017 14:35

RoboValley invites you to the largest science expo of the Netherlands: the TU Delft Research Exhibition, which will be held on 6, 7 and 8 June. During the exhibition, several projects from TU Delft Robotics Institute researchers will be on display.

Amongst those projects are: Guido de Croon shows MAVLab’s research about autonomous exploration with pocket drones. Heike Vallery presents her research on lightweight powered knee prostheses. Koen Hindriks brings his RoboTutor for a demo on interactive robots. The Zebro team will give a demonstration with their PicoZebros, the matchbox-sized, hexapod swarm robots.

In total, 175 projects are on display, covering all fields of research at Delft University of Technology. Besides project presentations, you can attend speed lectures and excursions to various research facilities, giving you the opportunity to get updated on the latest developments in our world of science and research. The exhibition is a great opportunity to experience the latest technologies and meet the researchers behind these innovative technologies.

The exhibition is meant to strengthen the ties with business and industry in order to bring science to society, and to the market. Click here for the programme. You can register on the same page. Please note that the Research Exhibition is only accessible for invited guests on 6 and 7 June. On 8 June, everyone is welcome.

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