How I met your Robot - journey through the robotics world.

General description

How I met your Robot - journey through the robotics world.

Have you always sympathized with golden C-3PO robot or a tiny R2D2? Or would you rather go for a walk with WALL-E or see a fight between RoboCop and Transformers?
No matter which one is your favourite you're in the right place! Meet all kind of robots in Poland!

LBG Gliwice invites you to take a journey full of shiny metal and electric power, where nothing is impossible and future is closer than you think. So prepare yourself for cyber-lectures, and fully automatic company visits. We will show you machines that can rule the world and those, which can just? do your homework for you. Tempting, right?
What about the time, when the robots are off, will you ask? That is the time for electrifying parties that will load you with energy. You can show us your robot dance! And we will show you Polish culture and much, much more!

This summer will be electrifying, so don't hesitate with applying!
You don't wanna be late.

Academic information

Fields of activity:
Computational Sciences , Computer Engineering , Computer Science/Automatic Control/Informatics , Electrical/Electromechanical Engineering , Electronic/Electrotechnical Engineering , Machine & Instrument engineering/Design , Mechanical Engineering
Content and topics:
The meeting with robots can be fascinating. Under the watchful eye of experienced tutors of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, participants will learn how to operate them. They will also gain knowledge about the structure, general-purpose, advantages and disadvantages of robots. Moreover they will learn how to build their own machine based on microcontrollers.
Learning goals and objectives:
Participants will expand their knowledge about structure and online programming of industrial robots, especially FANUC in theoretical and practical way. They will be also familiar with microcontrollers.
Examination type:
writing exam
ECTS credits issued:
Not known yet

Information for applicants

Selection criteria:
motivation letter

Practical arrangements

All of the following are covered by the event fee:

academic dormitories
3 meals per day
mostly walking; buses/trains when needed