Thursday, June 27, 2019

2019 IEEE RAS Summer School 2019 in Prague, Czech Republic

The 2019 IEEE RAS Summer School on Multi-Robot Systems follows the great success of the last 2016 IEEE RAS Summer School on Multi-Robot Systems ( ). This time the IEEE Summer School on Multi-Robot Systems will be held at the campus of Czech Technical University located at the heart of historical city Prague. The Summer School aims to promote the newest achievements in the multi-robot systems research to students, academic researchers, and industrial practitioners to enable putting systems of cooperating robots into practise. The content of the Summer School will be focused but not limited to systems of cooperating aerial vehicles as this domain is growing recently and promises a high potential for improving quality of our life in near future. The topics addressed by well recognised experts in the field of Multi-Robot Systems are composed to provide the participants necessary knowledge for understanding the available theory and for realisation real-world experiments with a fleet of autonomous micro aerial vehicles in the last day of the Summer School. The event is jointly organised by the Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague , which is one of the biggest and oldest technical universities in Europe and the top-ranked technical university in the Czech Republic, and the IEEE RAS Technical Committee on Multi-Robot Systems.

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Graduate students (master or Ph.D.) and students (Bc.) at an advanced stage of their university courses. R&D professionals.

  • Students 390 €,
  •  Academic participants 460 €, and 
  • Industry participants 530 €
*The fee includes lectures, practicals with real robots, lunches, coffee breaks, banquet, welcome drink, farewell party, social program – guided tour in Prague’s Old Town

How to Apply:

All participants have to submit the Summer School application form with CV and a brief statement of interest before the application deadline. Available space of the school is limited due to the planned computer exercises and HW experiments. Applicants will be selected taking into account the provided information, while keeping balanced the distribution of participants from industry (developers, engineers, etc.) and academia (PhD students, Master students, and well motivated Bachelor students will be selected equivalently) to facilitate transfer of academia results to industrial applications. Additionally, applicants can provide title and abstract of their talk in case they want to present their work to other participants. Although, we strongly recommend presenting work of participants during the Summer School to support networking and future cooperation, the presentation is not mandatory and the provided title and abstract of the talk will not be considered in the selection process. 
01 July 2019