Level 2 Training: Local Training Programmes

More and more universities in Europe establish special training programs for graduate students. It will be ensured that the ESRs can participate in these programs. The following table gives an overview of multidisciplinary graduate programs and/or training programmes offered by ROBOCADEMY partners. For hosts without such training programs, ESRs will be able to participate in training programs at a partner university, i.e. either the university where the ESR graduates, or at co-supervisor’s host. Local training will also include (depending on the hosting institution) participation at lectures and seminars outside the direct scope of the ESR project and working in non-university environments (e.g. industry, applied maritime research institutes).

Local Scientific Training Programmes accessible to Robocademy fellows
Bremen (DE)


LogDynamics
(www.folo.uni-bremen.de)

International graduate school in the area of automation and robotics in logistics
POLMAR
(polmar.awi.de)

The Helmholtz Graduate School POLMAR provides a structured postgraduate programme at the Alfred Wegener Institute in the field of marine research with a focus on high latitude marine ecosystems and polar climate change.
SFB Spatial Cognition
(www.sfbtr8.spatial-cognition.de)

DFG-funded research programme on spatial cognition for robots and other applications.
Invited talks, seminars, workshops.

ROBEX – Robotic Exploration of Extreme EnvironmentsThe Helmholtz joint research initiative targets the development of robotics for extreme environment, with a focus on UW robotics. The initiative started in 2012 and will provide excellent opportunities for Robocademy ESRs. Both DFKI and AWI are members of ROBEX.

Edinburgh (UK)
Vibot Erasmus Mundus – Vision & Robotics
(www.vibot.org)

Various MSc Modules in Vision and Robotics (in collaboration with UDG)
MSc Robotics Autonomous and Interactive SystemsVarious MSc modules dedicated to aspects of robotics, autonomy and interaction
Tallin (EE)M.S. course in roboticsMaster level course for mechanical and computer engineers (robot locomotion, sensing, navigation, path planning, task planning, bio-robotics and human robot interaction).
Girona (ES)

MSc in Computer Engineering, Automation, Computing and Systems120 ECTS MSc programme in Computer Engineering and Computer Science with applications to Robotics and Automation. Compulsory for PhD students. Includes 12 ECTS module on entrepreneurial and innovation skills.
Visitor Professor Seminars Programme6 seminars by visiting professors of the field of computer vision and robotics during summer semester. Contents may be modified according to PhD student needs.
Southampton (UK)Researcher Development & Graduate CentreRDF is a new approach to researcher development, which aims to enhance the university’s capacity to build the UK workforce, develop world-class researchers and build as strong research base. Courses on multiple soft-skill subjects offered.
La Spezia (IT)Internal seminars and hands-on training at sea.5 Day underwater sensors and AUV seminar, including lectures by experienced scientific CMRE staff and real-life demonstrations at sea in collaboration with underwater robotics company GraalTech including: mission oriented operating suite and interval programming (standard autonomy control system),  deployment and recovery of autonomous vehicles, control of a fleet of gliders
Athens (EL)AUTOMATION SYSTEMS (http://dpms-as.mech.ntua.gr/home.html)Postgraduate programme, offered in cooperation of the mechanical, electrical & computer, naval and applied math & sciences departments of NTUA. For engineering (electrical, mechanical, computer, naval, chemical) and science (mathematics,physics, computer) graduates. To provide further scientific, technological and professional education in control systems engineering, robotics & automation.

 

 

 

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