Topics of Advanced Robotics School
Successful participants will receive their individual Diploma and a Diploma Supplement at the end of the Advanced Robotics School from the University of Applied Science Technikum Wien and DAAAM International. Diploma includes 2 ECTS credit points and will be signed by the Rector of the Partner University and by the President of DAAAM International.
The success of mankind’s civilization is based on science and technology. The main mega-trend in science is specialization which can be expressed with words “to know more and more about less and less”. Augmentation of complexity is the dominating trend in the development of technology. This trend directly increases fragility and decrease robustness of modern machines and systems. Modern society is closely connected and very dependent on modern technology. All machines and technologies are developed by engineers, but the role and influence of engineers in the development of the society is continuously decreasing. This process was supported by education of engineers which is focused on narrow technical specialization excluding historical contest, scientific and academic space and state of modern society.
Robotics has become an integral component of modern production and has great potential for being utilized in almost every industry. DAAAM International Vienna is committed to providing advanced scholarly activities to academics and researchers all around the world. To promote a deeper understanding of advanced robotic applications, we established the 1st DAAAM International Advanced Robotics School (ARS) scheduled to take place from 24 October to 28 October 2022. The Advanced Robotics School will run alongside the the 33rd DAAAM International Symposium 2022 and will be held virtually due to COVID-19 global restrictions. It is available for everyone with a particular interest in the field of engineering. ARS offers in this year’s version online lectures and hands-on tutorials to grasp advanced robotic concepts and applications. The goal is to provide participants with insight into new technologies and trends in industrial robotics, as well as hands-on online lab experience and offline simulation skills.