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[Program]

09
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Check-in
Reception

ERW 2016 Opening Reception

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European Robotics Week 2016 check-in reception

 

Where: Maritime Museum, Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK Amsterdam

 

09
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Exhibition
Robots Pop-up!

Meet the Robots

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Meet humanoid robots Pepper and Nao, therapheutic robot Paro, 3D-printed humanoid InMoov and PLEN 2, or other robots and bots at the exhibition that will pop-up across the event!

Where: Maritime Museum, Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK Amsterdam

10
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am
Opening
Ceremony

Opening Ceremony

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Opening European Robotics Week 2016

  1. Juhu Heikkilä - Head of Unit, Robotics & Artificial Intelligence at DG CONNECT [EC]
  2. Mady Delvaux - Member European Parliament
  3. Bernd Liepert - CINO of KUKA AG & President of euRobotics AISBL
  4. Aimee van Wynsberghe - Assistant Professor of Ethics & Technology
 
Where: Maritime Museum, Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK Amsterdam

11
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am
Exhibition
Pop-up Robots!

Meet the Robots & Networking

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Meet humanoid robots Pepper and Nao, therapheutic robot Paro, 3D-printed humanoid InMoov and PLEN 2, or other robots and bots at the exhibition that will pop-up across the event!  

Where: Maritime Museum, Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK Amsterdam  

12
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pm
Debate
Roboethics

Panel discussion - Roboethics

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        Artificial Intelligence has made the leap from Sci-fi to concept to reality, and is likely to bring a wave of change to our society. The Roboethics discussion will serve as a platform to outline some of the main developments in the ethical, legal, and societal aspects of robotics. In recent history, Roboethics is something that has been experiencing increased interest and sometimes fierce debate and requires the engagement of scientists, manufacturers, legal experts and a cross-section of society to engage, as these intersections will not only affect how people think but also, what people do in their daily lives and how they will behave.  
  • Sabine Hauert (moderator)
  • Vincent Muller
  • Andy Bleaden
  • Aimee van Wynsberghe
  • Bennie Mols 
 

Where: Maritime Museum, Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK Amsterdam Want to join the debate? Get yourself a visitor ticket before 18th November: http://bit.ly/carerobots

13
:30
pm
Exhibition
Robots Pop-up!

Meet the Robots & Networking

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Meet humanoid robots Pepper and Nao, therapheutic robot Paro, 3D-printed humanoid InMoov and PLEN 2, or other robots and bots at the exhibition that will pop-up across the event!  

Where: Maritime Museum, Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK Amsterdam  

14
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pm
Debate
Our Robotics Future

Panel Session: Our Robotics Future

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      We are at the beginning of a technological revolution that will not just impact the way that we interact with technology, but also the very definition of our what we view as our ‘social contract’. We must now ask the question: How as a society are we to deal with this? The debate will centre around society’s current reaction to robotics technology and what we can expect in the future. Dispelling myths about some of the fears people may hold, key experts from Europe will deliver an in-depth analysis of the role of robots in society.  

  • Uwe Haass (moderator)
  • Maarten Goos
  • Vincent Muller
  • Francesco Ferro
  • Sabine Hauert 
  • Anne Bajart

 

Where: Maritime Museum, Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK Amsterdam

18
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pm
Hackathon
Opening

The Hack for Active & Healthy Ageing

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The Opening Keynotes & Challenges The Hack for Active & Healthy Ageing (HAHA) is an elderly-centric (48-hour) hackathon where a group of multi-disciplinary people hackers* will co-create on the design and development of solutions for the purpose to prolong independent living, and generally improve the quality of home care. Dedicated challenges will be announced by our partners at the start of the event. Check HACKATHON for more details
  • Jurjen Söhne - Welcome
  • Geja Langerveld - The Challenge
  • Alet Klarenbeek - The Talkshow
 

Where: VRBase, Gebouw 27, 3rd Floor, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam

 

Who: strictly hackers* *Hackers: designers, coders, developers, data scientists, engineers, researchers, students, startups, caretakers, architects, entrepreneurs, or anyone else who believes their skill is valuable in tackling this societal challenge. Want to join the Hackathon? Secure your (hacker) ticket before 18th November: http://bit.ly/carerobots

22
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Hackathon
Kick-off

Let the hacking commence!

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Hack through the night and crash at the venue!  

Where: VRBase, Gebouw 27, 3rd Floor, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam

Want to join the Hackathon? Secure your (hacker) ticket before 18th November: http://bit.ly/carerobots

10
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am
Workshop for Kids

Workshop: Discuss / Design / Develop

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Discuss, design and develop your first 3D printed robot

Where: Makerversity / Workspace, Gebouw 27, Kattenburgerplein 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam When: from 10:00 - 12:00

NO TICKET YET? GET ONE HERE: Kids Workshop Tickets

10
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am
Exhibition
Meet the Robots

Robots Pop-up!

screen-shot-2016-11-09-at-23-19-37Pop-up Exhibition "MEET THE ROBOTS"

Meet humanoid robots Pepper and Nao, therapheutic robot Paro, 3D-printed humanoid InMoov and PLEN 2, amongst many other robots and bots can be met at the exhibition.  

Where: Marinebase, Gebouw 025, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam

Want to visit the exhibition? Get yourself a visitor ticket before 18th November: http://bit.ly/carerobots

11
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Debate
Robotics & Elderly

Panel Session: Robotics for Elderly Care

screen-shot-2016-11-09-at-23-19-37 The demographic shift coming is undeniable. And the ageing crisis is very real. Caring for our seniors over the coming decades  - physically, emotionally and mentally - will be an enormous undertaking, and experts say there will be a shortage of professionals trained and willing to take on the job. From electronic monitors to mechanized bears, robots are increasingly becoming a part of everyday life for the world's aging population and a potential solution for the ageing crisis.  Robotics are fully considered to be a major technology that can transform health are in the coming years. In particular, companion and service robotics are being developed, tested and implemented to promote social health and support active and healthy ageing. The Japanese are far ahead in the concept of using robotics for elderly care. Why are we behind in Europe? Do we need to look to Japan to see the potential?

Moderator: Nuray Gokalp

  1. Heleen Riper (Professor eMental-Health)
  2. Marcel Heerink (Associate Professor Robotics)
  3. Sophia de Rooij (professor in Geriatric Medicine)
  4. Marieke Van Der Waal (Director Leyden Academy on Vitality and Ageing)
  5. Andreas Argubi-Wollesen - Research assistant (Research project: smart ASSIST)
 

Where: Marinebase Gebouw 025, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam

Want to visit the debate? Get yourself a visitor ticket before 18th November: http://bit.ly/carerobots

12
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pm
Exhibition
Meet the Robots

Robots Pop-up!

screen-shot-2016-11-09-at-23-19-37Pop-up Exhibition "MEET THE ROBOTS"

Meet humanoid robots Pepper and Nao, therapheutic robot Paro, 3D-printed humanoid InMoov and PLEN 2, amongst many other robots and bots can be met at the exhibition.  

Where: Marinebase, Gebouw 025, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam

Want to visit the exhibition? Get yourself a visitor ticket before 18th November: http://bit.ly/carerobots

13
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pm
Workshop for Kids

Workshop: Discuss / Design / Develop

logo Discuss, design and develop your first 3D printed robot Where: Makerversity / Workspace, Gebouw 27, Kattenburgerplein 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam When: from 13:00 - 15:00 NO TICKET YET? GET ONE HERE: Kids Workshop Tickets

13
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pm
Debate
Women in Tech

Panel Session: Women in Tech

screen-shot-2016-11-09-at-23-19-37A session in which we celebrate women in tech jobs and discuss whether the current educational model is encouraging for girls to choose more STEM-oriented topics at school? Do we need to bring the more Arts-based learning into STEM programs (STEAM) to make it more appealing for girls? What are the challenges and opportunities for women? Are we still dealing with the 20th century preconceptions about women in tech? What are the opportunities that we should embrace, what are the challenges that we face?

Moderator Nuray Gokalp
 

  1. Elisabeth Schärtl - Corporate Innovation Manager KUKA
  2. Franka Buurmeijer -  Project Manager VHTO - National Expert Desk on girls/women in tech
  3. Marjolein Scholten - Programme Officer ZonMw / Junior Campus ZH
  4. Leo Simons - Mission Critical Engineer at Schuberg Philis
 

Where:Marinebase, Gebouw 025, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam
Want to visit the debate? Get yourself a visitor ticket before 18th November: http://bit.ly/carerobots

10
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am
Workshop for Kids

Workshop: Discuss / Design / Develop

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Discuss, design and 3D print your first robot with Ultimaker!

  Where: Makerversity, Gebouw 27, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam

NO TICKET YET? GET ONE HERE: Kids Workshop Tickets

13
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pm
Workshop for Kids

Workshop: Discuss / Design / Develop

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Discuss, design and 3D print your first robot with Ultimaker!

  Where: Makerversity, Gebouw 27, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam

NO TICKET YET? GET ONE HERE: Kids Workshop Tickets

14
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pm
Exhibition
Robots Pop-up!

Meet the Robots

screen-shot-2016-11-09-at-23-19-37Pop-up Exhibition "MEET THE ROBOTS" Meet humanoid robots Pepper and Nao, therapheutic robot Paro, 3D-printed humanoid InMoov and PLEN 2, amongst many other robots and bots can be met at the exhibition.

Where: Gebouw 025, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam

Want to visit the exhibition? Get yourself a visitor ticket before 18th November: http://bit.ly/carerobots

14
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pm
Hackathon
The Pitches

Hackathon: The Pop-up Pitches!

screen-shot-2016-11-09-at-23-19-37 Hackathon Pitches (pop-up style!) After 44+ hours of hacking, it is time for the hacker teams to present to the judges what they made!

Where: Marine Base, Gebouw 25, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam

16
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Hackathon
The Winners

Hackathon: The Winners!

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Announcement Winners
The judges will announce the Best Overall Hack

Where: Gebouw 25, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam

10
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am
Workshop for Kids

Workshop: Talk / Design / Make

logo Workshop program for primary and secondary schools. Discuss, design and 3D print your first robot with Ultimaker!

Where: Makerversity, Gebouw 27, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam

09
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Workshop for Kids

Workshop: Build your first Robot

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Workshop program for primary and secondary schools. Design and 3D print your first robot with Ultimaker!

  Where: Makerversity, Gebouw 27, 3rd Floor, Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 KK Amsterdam