June 26 – 30, 2013 (Eindhoven,THE NETHERLANDS)
The World Championship RoboCup 2013 more than 2,500 participants from all over the world will compete in many spectacular and fascinating robotic soccer-, care-, rescue- and junior competitions. The organization of the RoboCup 2013 hopes to see you from Wednesday the 26th through Sunday the 30th of June 2013 at the Indoor-Sportcentrum in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Entrance is free!
June 18 – 24, 2012 (Mexico City, MEXICO)
The RoboCup Federation and the Mexican Robotics Federation are pleased to invite you to RoboCup 2012 to be held in Mexico City from Monday 18th through Sunday 24th June 2012. The RoboCup World Championship brings together every year close to 3,000 participants from different parts of the world to compete in a number of advanced robotic leagues.
RoboCup Dutch Open 2012
April 25 - 29, 2012 (Eindhoven,THE NETHERLANDS)
RoboCup is a worldwide project where teams develop and build robotics for the purpose of competing in the RoboCup championships. During this competition robots will play a real game of soccer or make breakfast and many more things.
The RoboCup Dutch Open and Brainport Eindhoven as the “Smartest Region of the World” form a perfect combination. Eindhoven University of Technology as the organizer of this event is very active in robotics. The recent years the TU/e RoboCup team Tech United obtained four times a second place at the World Championship robot soccer.
The RoboCup Dutch Open will have around 2500 visitors a day and is important for Eindhoven and the surrounding high-tech industry as an innovative region.
Are you interested in robotics and want to experience this? Visit the Indoor-Sportcentrum Eindhoven between 25-29 April. It will be a fun and educative event for every age!
European Robotics Week 2011
November 28 – December 4, 2011 (Several events throughout Europe)
The European Robotics Week offers one week of various robotics related activities across Europe for the general public, highlighting growing importance of robotics in a wide variety of application areas. The Week aims at inspiring technology education in students of all ages to pursue careers in STEM-related fields, i.e. science, technology, engineering and math.