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January 2019


Call for applications - euRobotics Technology Transfer Award 2019



The aim of this award, now in its 16th edition, is to highlight the impact of robotics research and to raise the profile of technology transfer between science and industry. Applications are invited from individuals or teams from:

  • Industry, if technology transfer has taken place in Europe.
  •  Universities, research organizations or laboratories that are located in Europe.

Deadline:

Completed applications should be sent to Martin.Haegele@ipa.fraunhofer.de, by Sunday, 03 February 2019.

Subject areas:

Applications may address, but are not limited to, the following areas of robot automation:

  • Robot application: Solutions of robot automation are sought which have contributed to cutting costs, raising quality, enhancing productivity, or saving of valuable resources or have led to a reduction of physical labour at the workplace.
  • Robot development: Research results which have contributed to an innovative and competitive robot system (in any robotics application field).
  • Development of robot components: Results leading to new or improved methods or components which contribute to robot safety, flexibility, intelligence, operation, acceptance or servicing of robot systems.


The project must be completed by the application date or no more than 24 months prior to the application date. Should submitted applications not fulfill the required standards of excellence, no prize will be awarded.


Award ceremony:

The presentations and the ceremony for the 2019 euRobotics Technology Transfer Award will take place during the 2019 European Robotics Forum in Bucharest, on 21 March 2019. In a “Technology Transfer Session” the finalists will each have 15 minutes plus discussion to present their projects. Based on both the written application and the presentation, the jury will determine the winners.


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