The lineup for the Robotics Trends March 10, 2011 virtual event will include speakers from VEX Robotics, Tufts University, and HannoWare.
Join Robotics Trends on March 10, 2011 at the NextGen Education and Robotics Virtual Summit and hear from industry visionaries working to accelerate learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) among K-12 and college-level students. Featured keynote speakers are:
- Paul Copioli, president, VEX Robotics: VEX Robotics and STEM Education
- Chris Rogers, professor, Tufts University: Using Robotics to Teach Engineering in the K-12 Classroom
- Hanno Sander, president, HannoWare: Robots in Education—Bridging the Gap
Also on tap is a special live, fireside chat session with Dr. Dennis Hong, associate professor of mechanical engineering at Virginia Tech and founding director of RoMeLa: Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory.
Attendees of the NextGen Education and Research Robotics Virtual Summit will include teachers, principals, department heads, college professors, and education professionals. The Robotics Trends virtual summits provide attendees with access to industry thought leaders, content-rich sessions, and the opportunity to meet best-of-breed robot and intelligent systems solutions providers from the comfort of their schools, offices, or home locations. The virtual summits will remain live, on demand, for 90 days after the event.
Don’t miss this opportunity. Click here to register.