RoboCafé is back in its original physical format, in the EXPO of RoboHouse in Delft. With a drink, bite and gathering of our wayward community. For all of us interested in work, robotics, AI and people-machine collaboration.
Aimée Sakes, assistant professor at the faculty of BioMechanical Engineering at Delft University of Technology, will talk about the relation between technology and patient experience. Aimée did a lot of research into bio-inspired technology and uses her devices during real treatments, so she can definitely give inspiring insights. Generally, her passion is to develop innovative medical instruments using inspiration from nature.
17:00 Welcome, have a drink and snack
17:10 Enjoy presentations by our special quests
17:40 Networking & drinks
18:30 End of RoboCafé
Previous edition featured Martin Klomp, coordinator of the Robotics Minor at Delft University of Technology, and Dr. Chris Verhoeven, theme leader of Swarm Robots at TU Delft Robotics Institute and project director of Lunar Zebro, the student project that aims to put the world’s smallest and lightest rover on the moon.