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Skolkovo Robotics International Conference 2016

May
20
Fri 9:00 AM
When:
Fri 20 May 2016 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM (UTC+03:00) Moscow, St. Petersburg

Skolkovo Foundation’s Robotics Center in cooperation with the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech) supported by the event’s general partner Moscow Technological Institute (MTI), are organizing the 4th annual Skolkovo Robotics International Conference.

The assembly of robots and robot makers will be held in an open-air format for the first time, in and around the Technopark at the Skolkovo Innovation Center on May 20 from 9 am to 9 pm.

The conference is divided into eight themed sections devoted to the use of robotics in the fields of medicine, industry, agriculture, driverless technology, education, deep learning, design and marketing.

This year’s speakers include investors and industry leaders such as Manohar Paluri from Facebook AI Research; Nathan Harding, the cofounder of Ekso Bionics; Andra Keay, head of the Silicon Valley Robotics industry group and others.

About 80 experts from around the world, including the U.S., Germany, France, Singapore, Denmark, India, Israel and Australia, will take part in Skolkovo Robotics 2016, along with representatives of venture capital funds.

The international event will include a plenary session, talks and lectures, mentorship sessions, master classes, hackathon, robotic exhibition and an entertainment program organized by Moscow Technological Institute (MTI) which includes a robots dance show and film screening, as well as an exhibition of pictures and much more.

The exhibition part of the event will showcase Russia’s most innovative products made by more than 40 startups working in robotics. All the teams working on civilian drones in Russia, and all the Russian producers of roboticised prosthetic limbs, will present their work at the event.

“Robot technology is today one of the leading areas of global tech development, and at Skolkovo we pay particular attention to this field,” said Skolkovo Foundation president Vector Vekselberg. “This is attested to by the creation two years ago of the Skolkovo Robocentre, which already unites about 60 Russian companies,” he said. 

All events are held in both English and Russian.

Participation in the conference is free of charge but those wishing to attend should register in advance.

For more information about the event, read  our article.

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