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Exploring Collaborative Robotics in India and Finland

In March, researchers, academics, and industries in robotics will be pampered by a webinar series featuring different aspects of collaboration robotics.

The webinar series covers robotics in education, social robots, human-robot interaction as well as industrial-scale collaborative robotics. The organizers of the webinars at the Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK) and Tampere University share a passion for robotics.  

”Robotics is a fast-developing area and requires a multidisciplinary approach to solve the research and development challenges and develop up-to-date education for engineers. We believe that international collaboration will support all the partners to achieve a new level in robotics” says Jarmo Havula, Director of HAMK Tech Research Unit.

Organised in the framework of the Finnish Indian Consortia for Research and Education (FICORE), the webinar series aims to bring together higher education institutions and industries in both countries to facilitate future collaboration and partnerships in the field of robotics. The webinars running from 10 AM until 1 PM (UTC+02:00), consist of presentations on development and research projects in robotics from India and Finland followed by discussion. The webinar series is open to higher education institutions and industries in the field of robotics and are designed to encourage the exchange of ideas for future collaboration and new project ideas.

The webinar series includes the following episodes:

9 March              Robotics in Education

16 March            Social Robots and Human-Robot Interaction

23 March            Collaborative Robotics

Check the programmes and register for the webinars through the links!