European Robotics Forum 2022

The European Robotics Forum (ERF) is a 3-day event and one of the most influential event for the robotics and artificial intelligence community in Europe. It is the meeting point for engineers, academics, entrepreneurs, investors, as well as end-users and policy makers in the field of robotics from all over Europe and beyond. This year’s overarching theme will be ‘Sustainability’ in the broadest sense of the word.

During the 13th edition of the European Robotics Forum (#ERF2022) there will be a major exhibition with robotics companies, universities and research organisations display their robots and research. There are over 50 workshops planned, which gives participants a chance to experience the newest and most interesting research and innovation in Europe, which is a forerunner to funding research and innovation in artificial intelligence and robotics.

The ERF2022 programme is available already.

Organiser: euRobotics AISBL

Project idea check by Ideal-ist

Are you preparing a proposal for the Horizon Europe Digital calls? Experienced Ideal-ist national contact points will be there for you on-site to offer you in-depth feedback on your proposal in 2 x 20 minute time slots (.

The project ideal check covers the following Horizon Europe call topics:

If you would like to get feedback on a project idea or have a questions about Horizon Europe book a meeting with an Ideal-ist representative:

Matchmaking

ERF2022 will offer a matchmaking platform enabling participants to book 20 minute 1:1 meetings to explore cooperation opportunities in Horizon Europe and beyond.

 

Date: 01/07/2022 - 08:00 (All day)

Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands

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