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Noel Sharkey: UnPlugged

Workshop

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Join Prof. Noel Sharkey for our next UnPlugged afternoon! As part of the Sir Bernard Crossland lecture we welcome Prof. Sharkey for an UnPlugged conversation on some colourful topics!

Date and Time

20 February 2018 - 13:30-15:30

Location

Belfast, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - N. Ireland local network.


About this event

As part of the Sir Bernard Crossland Lecture Series, hosted by Engineers Ireland, the Chief Executives Club at Queen's University and the IET, we welcome Prof. Noel Sharkey to Belfast. Prof. Noel will hold an "UnPlugged" event for students, where anything can be on the cards: expect some colour conversation around things you never thought possible for Robotics! Well known as a TV personality, acting as head judge of every televised series of Robot Wars throughout the world, he is also chair of The International Committee for Robotic Arms Control. Pre Registration Requried. 

Programme

Pizza lunch will be provided at 1:30
Event will start at 2:00pm prompt. 
Event close 3:30pm. 

Continuing Professional Development

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