Day 1 September 16th
08:00 Registration


9:00 Invited lecture Room: BC-300 Roberta initiative. Dr. Ansgar Bredenfeld, Thorsten Leimbach, Fraunhofer IAIS, Germany.

Break
10:00 – 12:00 Session 1A: Robotics in Education Chair: Peter Hubinský Room: BC-300

Session 1B: Robotic Contests Chair: Alexander Hofmann Room: BC-150
10:00 Lessons learnt with LEGO Mindstorms: from beginner to teaching robotics. Martina Kabátová, Janka Pekárová, Slovakia
10:00 The Regional Center Concept for RoboCupJunior in Austria Alexander Hofmann, Gerald Steinbauer, Austria
10:20 Centrobot Portal for Robotics Educational Course Material. Richard Balogh, Adrian Dabrowski, Walter Hammerl, Alexander Hofmann, Pavel Petrovič, Ján Rajníček, Austria and Slovakia
10:20 Eurobot Junior and Starter - A Comparison of Two Approaches for Robotic Contest Organization David Obdržálek, Czech Republic

Coffee break

Coffee break
10:40 How to Make a Good System from Imperfect Components. Andrej Lúčny, Slovakia
10:40 Robotour - robotika.cz outdoor delivery challenge Jiří Iša, Martin Dlouhý, Czech Republic
11:00 Some didactic problems of teaching robotics. Anton Vitko, Ladislav Jurišica, Andrej Babinec, František Duchoň, Marian Kľúčik, Slovakia
11:00 Visual Navigation System for RoboTour Competition Tomáš Krajník, Jan Faigl, Vojtěch Vonásek, Hana Szücsová, Ondřej Fišer, Libor Přeučil, Czech Republic
11:20 Utilizing Lego Mindstorms as a Teaching Platform for Industrial Automation Carolyn Oates, Alois Zotl, Austria
11:20 RoboTour solution as a learned behavior based on Artificial Neural Networks Miroslav Nadhajský, Pavel Petrovič, Slovakia
11:40 SyRoTek - A Robotic System for Education Jan Faigl, Jan Chudoba, Karel Košnar, Miroslav Kulich, Martin Saska, Libor Přeučil, Czech Republic
11:40 European Land Robot Trial (ELROB) – Towards a Realistic Benchmark for Outdoor Robotics Frank E. Schneider, Dennis Wildermuth, Bernd Brüggemann, Timo Röhling, Germany





12:00 Lunch
12:00





13:00 Invited lecture Room: BC-300 Robotic training centre ABB in Trnava. Peter Ducháček, ABB - branch Slovakia

Break
14:00 – 17:00 Session 2A: Robotics in Education Chair: Anton Vitko Room: BC-300

Session 2B: Hardware platforms Chair: Peter Hubinský Room: BC-150
14:00 Mobile Robotics at FEE CTU Jan Faigl, Tomáš Krajník, Karel Košnar, Hana Szücsová, Jan Chudoba, Vladimír Grimmer, Libor Přeučil, Czech Republic
14:00 EDURO - mobile robotic platform for education Martin Dlouhý, Jan Roubíček, Tomáš Roubíček, Czech Republic
14:20 Building robots as a tool to motivate students into an engineering education Francis Wyffels, Michiel Hermans, Benjamin Schrauwen, Belgium
14:20 Educational Robotic Platform based on Arduino Richard Balogh, Slovakia
14:40 An Experience for Teaching Humanoid Robotics in Computer Engineering Studies Martin Mellado, Spain
14:40 Mono Axial Vehicle platform for education purposes Jozef Rodina, Peter Hubinský, Slovakia

Coffee break

Coffee break
15:00 Autonomous Guided Vehicles Applied to Industrial Engineering and Management Studies André Dias, Nuno Dias, Daniela Campos, Hugo Ferreira, Portugal
15:00 Mobile robot Khepera III. Programming for MATLAB/Simulink Environment Maciej Garbacz, Mieczysław Zaczyk, Poland
15:20 Subject "Robots" at the CTU FEE in Prague - using LEGO robots to teach the fundamental of feedback control. Martin Hlinovský, Tomáš Polcar, Czech Republic
15:20 Ackerman steering chassis with independently driven back wheels Tomáš Ripel, Jan Hrbáček, Jiří Krejsa, Czech Republic
15:40 Arduino Etoys: a programming platform for Arduino on Physical Etoys Lic.Gonzalo Esteban Zabala, Ricardo Morán, Sebastián Blanco, Argentina
15:40 Design of low-cost robotic arm for education Filip Tóth, Boris Rohaľ-Ilkiv, Pavol Krasňanský, Slovakia
16:00 Coffee break

Coffee break





17:45 Sightseeing tour bus departure (Block A, parking)


18:00 Bratislava Sightseeing Tour





19:00 Welcome dinner










Day 2 September 17th





9:00 Invited lecture ROOM: BC-300 Boe-Bot Robot Kits Used in Education. Jessica Uelmen, Parallax, Inc., U.S.A.





10:00 – 12:00 Session 3A: Robotics in Education Chair: Peter Hubinský Room: BC-300

Session 3B: Hardware platforms and Misc. Chair: Alexander Hofmann Room: BC-150
10:00 Teaching Robotics at the Postgraduate Level: Delivering for On Site and Distance Learning Students Jenny Carter, United Kingdom
10:00 The 3D crane as a mechatronic tool for education Mariusz Pauluk, Poland
10:20 An Open Hardware Platform for Teaching and Project Based Work at the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Level Benjamin N. Passow, United Kingdom
10:20 The wireless communication in the walking robot application Sylwester Cyrwus, Poland
10:40 ROBINI – Robotic Initiative Lower Saxony: Development of practice-oriented education modules in schools Julia Kramer, Germany
10:40 Rovio: a commercial low-cost platform for mobile robotics education Pablo Flecha Gutiérrez, Spain

Coffee break

Coffee break
11:00 Robotika.SK Approach to Educational Robotics from Elementary Schools to Universities Pavel Petrovič, Slovakia
11:00 Navigation of autonomous mobile robot using ultrasonic and infrared sensors Martin Dekan, Slovakia
11:20 On an educational approach to behavior learning for robots Michel Tokic, Germany
11:20 Parallelizing the Precomputed Scan Matching Method for Graphics Card processing Petr Schreiber, Czech Republic
11:40 Experiences using autonomous model airplanes for embedded control education and for bachelor and diploma projects Thomas Kittenberger, Austria
11:40 Looking for the path: image segmentation Jan Coufal, Czech Republic





12:00 Lunch
12:00 Lunch















13:00 – 16:00 Session 4A: Modelling and Control

Posters
13:00 Dynamic Stability of a five-link biped robot Nahla Shannan, Malaysia

Autonomous pilot Alexandra Šlezárová, Slovakia
13:20 Walking robot modelling aspects, Marcin Piątek, Poland

Using 3Pi robot POLOLU in the teaching process Branislav Thurský, Slovakia
13:40 Wheeled mobile robot modeling aspects, Dariusz Marchewka, Poland

How to attract children to mechatronics Renata Janošcová, Slovakia

Coffee break

Sophisticated Measurement of Non-Electrical Parameters Using Image Analysis Libor Hargaš, Slovakia
14:00 Bayesian filters in practice Jiří Krejsa, Czech Republic


14:20 Sensor Data Fusion for Mobile Robot Stanislav Věchet, Czech Republic


14:40




Coffee break


15:00



15:20









Following part of the conference will be in Vienna:


16:00 Departure Vienna (bus)
17:00 Vienna Sightseeing Tour
18:00 CENTROBOT Project presentation (Palais Harrach, Wien)
19:00 CENTROBOT dinner (Palais Harrach, Wien)
21 - 22:00 Departure Bratislava (bus)