RoboFesta-UK/Creative Robotics Meeting Programme

[Apologies for cross-posting; please feel free to pass this on to others who may be interested in attending]
RoboFesta-UK 4th Annual Open Meeting: Creative Robotics
Wednesday 10th November 2004
Berrill Lecture Theatre, The Open University, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes, UK
www.robofesta-uk.org
8.00 am    Access for exhibitors to the Upstairs Foyer, Berrill Building 9.00 am    Coffee and tea for registrants 10.00 am    Welcome from Professor Jeffrey Johnson 10.10 am    Tony Hirst “The Creative Robotics Research Network” 10.35 am    Ashley Green “Overview of RoboFesta-UK activities” 11.00 am    Alex Zivanovic “The Senster – The First Robotic Sculpture” 11.25 am    Paul Granjon “Production of Machines for a Visual Arts Context” 11.55 am    Matthew Walker “Inkha – A Robot Receptionist” 12.15 pm    Dylan Evans “Robot Thought? A Mini-drama About Robots” 12.30 pm    Lunch 1.30 pm    Ian Johnston “Escape and Engagement” 1.50 pm    Stewart Dunn “Creative Robots Break Free” 2.15 pm    Adrian Marshall “Creative Robotics – Building Fun into the National Curriculum” 2.25 pm    Rodney Buckland “[The New Creative Robotics Degree Course at KIAD]” 2.40 pm    Mike Reddy “[Superdads]” 3.00 pm    Break 3.20 pm    Bill Bigge “[Blip and the Collaborative Project]” 3.40 pm    Philip Breedon “Muscle Machine – Creative robot design for Artistic performance” 3.55 pm    Concluding Remarks 4.00 pm    Close
For more information - or for free registration - please email: snipped-for-privacy@open.ac.uk
To find out how to get to the Open University, visit http://www.open.ac.uk/maps
NEWSFLASH: if you have registered for the 4th Annual RoboFesta-UK Open Meeting, you can also attend the 'Maths and robotics' workshop at the OU on Tuesday, 9th November for free... www.ima.org.uk/mathematics/robotics.htm
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