Workshop organizers will provide basic network infrastructure and internet access. They will not, in general, provide computers or other equipment needed to carry out projects. However, they will be ready to help you out with the resources available in their laboratories.

Technological equipments

Robotic arms

Eurobot TR5


Mobile robots

Lego NXT

Simulation kits

Warehouse kit

Automatic car wash

Natural user interfaces

Microsoft kinect



At least two classrooms, with internet access, will be provided during the workshop.


Lectures and presentations will take place in an amphitheatre with a capacity of approximatively 100 seats.

Internet access / Network infrastructure

Participants can be connected to local-area network(s) using wireless (802.11b or 802.11g standard) or wired connection (over Ethernet switches). Local network(s) will have access to the internet via a 100 Mbps link. Participants who will be using wired connection are kindly asked to bring their own Ethernet (RJ45) cables, although limited number of cables will be provided by the organizers.


In general, we aim to run a paperless workshop as much as possible, and we encourage the electronic exchange of all documents. One medium-capacity network printer will be available for the really necessary printouts.

Technical contact

If your project needs to setup any tool or if you have any other technical requests, please feel free to contact João Rosas.