The Robotics Summit & Expo, produced by The Robot Report and parent company WTWH Media, is pleased to announce its Academic Outreach Program. The program offers academics, researchers and students at colleges, universities and research centers complimentary and discounted full conference passes. The Robotics Summit & Expo, which runs June 5-6 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, is an international engineering event designed for those developing commercial-class robots.
Under the Academic Outreach Program, approved educational and research institutions are provided two complimentary full conference passes to the event. Once those passes are used, others are still able to register at a discounted academic rate of $295 instead of the normal $595. Discounts are also available for groups of 10 or more, while expo only passes cost just $50.
To apply for the Academic Outreach Program, email Christina Lograsso at [email protected] using an email that includes “.edu.” Accepted applicants must present a valid student ID upon arrival at the conference.
The Robotics Summit Academic Outreach Program provides colleges, universities and research centers with an excellent opportunity to network with and learn from academic and industry peers from around the world. The event will also host a career fair, providing an opportunity to meet with companies looking to hire top talent in robotics.
The Robotics Summit & Expo is focused on the design, development, manufacture, and delivery of commercial-class robotics systems. The event will have more than 1,000 attendees, 70+ exhibitors and a full lineup of keynotes and sessions that focus on how developers are making robots smarter and more connected than ever with artificial intelligence, the cloud, 5G and other enabling technologies and components. The Robotics Summit & Expo will also offer pre-conference workshops and a number of networking events.
The confirmed keynotes at the Robotics Summit & Expo are:
- Deepu Talla, Vice President and General Manager of Autonomous Machines, NVIDIA
- Roger Barga, General Manager for AWS Robotics and Autonomous Services, Amazon Web Services
- Dawn Tilbury, Head of the Directorate for Engineering, National Science Foundation; Professor, University of Michigan
- Henrik Christensen, Qualcomm Chancellor’s Chair in Robot Systems and Director of the Contextual Robotics Institute at the UC San Diego
- Lou Amadio, Principal Software Architect, Microsoft
- Cyra Richardson, General Manager, Microsoft
- Dev Singh, Director of Business Development, Qualcomm Technologies
About WTWH Media LLC
WTWH Media is a business-to-business integrated media company serving engineering, business and investment professionals through 40+ Web sites and five print publications, as well as many technical and business events such as the 2019 Robotics Summit & Expo and DeviceTalks Boston. The WTWH network includes The Robot Report, an online technical, business, and investment news and information portal focused on robotics and intelligent systems.