Following a fantastic episode about symbiotic robotics, RoboCafé returns on Tuesday 6 October with another online edition. So we will broadcast the event live from TU Delft Campus, and you can join from behind your screen.

As always, we bring you a personal story straight from the cutting edge of robotics development. Lodewijk Aris, robotics engineer at the European Space Agency, is going to tell us about the Russian spirit of perseverance that for more than 20 years has has been his companion on the road towards launching the European Robotic Arm to the International Space Station (ISS).

Lodewijk will speak for about 20 minutes, then there’s time for some spacey questions.

Lodewijk Aris pointing out the European Robot Arm on a picture of International Space Station.

Do you know a brilliant robotics innovator who may surprise the audience? Please get in touch with our community manager Casper. RoboCafé embraces the unpredictable and welcomes people of all stripes. This 30 minutes online event is an informal get-together for all of us interested in robotics, AI and people-machine collaboration.

6 October, 16:00 – 16:30: Save the date for this edition!