Courses for Teachers - 12/11/2012

Treviso, 15-11-2012- Robots in education. Public conference at ITIS Planck

Treviso, 15-11-2012- Robots in education. Public conference at ITIS Planck
With a Public Conference opens up the project of Educational Robotics at Treviso Technical Institute (ITIS) Max Planck. The Lecture (November 15h, 2012, at 8:30 pm, Main Hall, ITIS Max Planck) is held by School of Robotics Emanuele Micheli. (Read More)
Events, Projects - 06/11/2012

FIRST® LEGO® League Italia (FLL Italia). Guidelines for "Senio Solutions" projects

FIRST® LEGO® League Italia (FLL Italia). Guidelines for "Senio Solutions" projects
Can FIRST® LEGO® League teams improve the quality of life for seniors by helping them continue to be independent, engaged, and connected in their communities? Find a Senior Partner Your Project challenge this season is to solve a problem faced by seniors as they age. To start, your team needs to find a senior partner. Many people define seniors in different ways. For the Senior Solutions Project, look for an adult who is 60 years of age or older. Not sure how to find a senior partner? Con (Read More)
Classes for Students, Events - 26/10/2012

Milan, Robotica 2012 -- Visit School of Robotics stand, Follow its workshops!

Milan, Robotica 2012 -- Visit School of Robotics stand, Follow its workshops!
Robotica, the only fair in Italy dedicated to humanoid and service robotics, will be back from 7 to 9 November 2012 at Fieramilano, Rho, and handing over to Makers Italy, the Italian event dedicated to the world of makers, digital and technology creators, from 9 to 11 November. School of Robotics is there with workshops and conferences. (Read More)
Lectures - 22/10/2012

Milan, October 27, 2012. Educational robotics for education in special needs

Milan, October 27, 2012. Educational robotics  for education in special needs
School of Robotics and the School of Design of the University of Genoa are invited to give a talk at the National Cancer Institute in Milan. Emanuele Micheli and Claudia Porfirione talk about Educational robotics for Sopecial Needs and the Roboable project. (Read More)
News - 19/10/2012

FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) Italia. Call open for aplication!!!!

FIRST® LEGO® League  (FLL) Italia. Call open for aplication!!!!
FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) Italia. Deadline to submit teams'application is November 3oth. BUT: the sooner the better! Following your application, you'll receive the Lego kit, and you could start your training. (Read More)
Courses for Teachers, News - 18/10/2012

Genoa, Italy, 1-2 December, 2012. Training course on Educational robotics for teachers K-12

Genoa, Italy, 1-2 December, 2012. Training course on Educational robotics for teachers  K-12
Interested Teachers are called to submit their application to the Traning Course on Educational Robotics for kindergarten and primary school kids. The School of Robotics is the course organizer; it takes place in Genoa, Italy, at the International Children's Library "E. De Amicis". (Read More)
Lectures, Events, Projects - 15/10/2012

Turin,15-17 October. School of Roboltics at VIEW CONFERENCE 2012

Turin,15-17 October. School  of Roboltics at VIEW CONFERENCE 2012
VIEW Conference is the premiere international event in Italy on Computer Graphics, Interactive Techniques, Digital Cinema, 2D/3D Animation, Gaming and VFX. (Read More)
Lectures - 12/10/2012

Sea's Robot

Sea's Robot
SeaRobot is a interactive laboratory designed by School of Robotics and R.S.T.A. srl open from 25 October to 4th November 2012, Old Port, Genoa, in the frame of the 2012 Science Festival. Sea Robot is inspired by the MIT Project Sea PERCH. (Read More)
Events, News - 10/10/2012

European Robotics Week 2012: from 26 November to 2nd of December 2012.

European Robotics Week 2012: from 26 November to 2nd of  December 2012.
The European Robotics Week offers one week of various robotics related activities across Europe for the general public, highlighting growing importance of robotics in a wide variety of application areas. The Week aims at inspiring technology education in students of all ages to pursue careers in STEM-related fields, i.e. science, technology, engineering and math. (Read More)