[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] Summer School on Longterm Autonomy for Mobile Robots (LAMoR) -- Call for Participation

Marc Hanheide mhanheide at lincoln.ac.uk
Fri Jun 26 13:13:41 PDT 2015

== Extended Application Deadline until 30/6/15 ==

** As we have a few more places available, we are extending the
deadline by 4 days. Apply now for this *fully funded summer school* at

More details at https://lcas.lincoln.ac.uk/ecmr15/?q=lamor15


You are invited to apply for participation at the Summer School on
Longterm Autonomy for Mobile Robots (LAMoR), taking place in

* Lincoln, UK (co-located with ECMR 2015 conference,

* from THU 27/8/2015 until MON 31/8/2015

The LAMoR summer school is funded by the European FP7 programme
through the STRANDS project and *free* to attend, including free
accommodation, for accepted applicants.

The topics covered at this summer school:
* Long-term robotic mapping
* Robust navigation
* Person Perception and Activity Understanding
* Computer Vision for Robots
* Long-term Autonomy

Read more at https://lcas.lincoln.ac.uk/ecmr15/?q=lamor15, also to
learn how to apply.

application deadline is *



You are invited to apply and enjoy exciting days of engaging research
talks by world-leading academics in their respective research fields,
robot hacking, networking among peers, and hands-on experience from
robot practitioners. The LAMoR summer school is co-located with the
"European Conference on Mobile Robots (ECMR)" in Lincoln, UK (see ECMR
webpage https://lcas.lincoln.ac.uk/ecmr15/).

And, as a special perk we offer you to stay in your summer school
accommodation free of charge to attend the main "European Conference
on Mobile Robots (ECMR)" as well.

The LAMoR summer school is aimed at PhD students and PostDocs in
robotics, artificial intelligence, engineering and machine learning,
primarily. But if you are a MSc or PhD student, or an academic in
related disciplines, please feel free to apply!

The school offers an exciting program composed of morning research
presentations by leading academics in their fields, followed by
hands-on programming tutorials and exercises. You will be working in a
team with one of four mobile Scitos G5 platforms available for the
summer school. You will be working together to implement challenging
tasks (in C++ or Python, using ROS), cumulating in the opportunity to
present your achievements and yourself to the participants of the ECMR
conference during a dedicated poster and demonstration session at the
ECMR welcome reception.

See the summer school's website for all details on applying, special
offers, and other details:


Hope to see you in Lincoln, UK in August/September


Marc Hanheide

(on behalf of LAMoR summer school organisational team)

Dr. Marc Hanheide
Reader in Computer Science
Room MC3221B
University of Lincoln
Brayford Pool
Lincoln, LN6 7TS
Phone: +44 1522 88 6966
EMail: marc at hanheide.net
Web: http://www.hanheide.net
skype: mah99de

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