Call for Robotics Point of Presence I-RIM within Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition 2024

The sixth edition of I-RIM 3D will take place at the Gazometro Ostiense within Maker Faire Rome and will host numerous events, in an ever-growing and evolving environment.

 

To propose a Stand (Point of Presence) within the Robotics Exhibition Area, follow this link!

For any need related to the presentation of your project for the stand you can write to the dedicated address: Maker Faire Rome Robotics robotics@makerfairerome.eu

 

Furthermore, it will be possible to participate in the I-RIM 2024 Conference by joining the call. Keep an eye on our siteand sign up!

 

 

See you in Rome!

Program Chairs I-RIM 3D 2024

The General Chairs Loredana Zollo, Giulio Rosati and Luigi Palopoli have announced the names of the Program Chairs who for the sixth edition will support them in the planning and programming of the I-RIM 3D Conference 2024.

Federica Pascucci, Giorgio Grisetti, Maura Casadio and Marco Fontana will therefore give their very important contribution to the creation of a program that promises to be truly remarkable and characterized by public involvement thanks to the framework of Maker Faire Europe. As per tradition, the academic world and Italian and international companies will participate with dedicated initiatives and contests.

 

Webinar: Collaboration with RoboIT

On Tuesday 23 April an introductory webinar to the ongoing collaboration with RoboIT is scheduled.

RoboIT is the National Robotics and Automation Technology Transfer Hub, born in 2021 and promoted by Cassa Depositi e Prestiti Venture Capital and Pariter Partners. It invests in research projects (even in the pre-establishment phase) and in innovative spin-offs/startups in the robotics, automation and mechatronics sector and supports them in the development, validation and launch of new businesses.

As a partner of RoboIT, I-RIM, with a view to supporting the entrepreneurial path and expanding support to its members, shares with them the opportunity to access and get in touch with the technology transfer hub and present proposals for entrepreneurial project or development of POc with a view to starting a path towards the market. The RoboIT Team will be available to present the RoboIT Hub and answer any questions. This event is open to all members registered with I-RIM for the year 2024 and interested in learning more about how to participate.

We hope that many of you can join and that this partnership will be profitable for everyone!

To participate, fill out the form!

I-RIM double up again this year!

Great news: We are gathering a double event between Rome and Milan…again!

Paolo Rocco and Lorenzo Molinari Tosatti , as Organizing Committee, with the General Chair Elena De Momi and Nicola Pedrocchi will welcome the I-RIM community to Milan for a win-win comparison with the industrial realities of the Italian and international scene.
The event with will take place at Fiera Milano from 9 to 12 October 2024 within BIMU fair during the second edition of RoboHeart, in an exhibition space entirely dedicated to robotics!

In Rome, Loredana ZolloGiulio Rosati and Luigi Palopoli will preside as General Chairs at the sixth edition of the I-RIM 2024 conference with MakerFaire which will, as every year, give space to innovation created by researchers and startups. We will return to the Gazometro from 25 to 27 October.

We are looking forward!

Registration for I-RIM 3D 2023 is now open!

Registrations are officially open for the fifth edition of I-RIM 3D 2023 which this year returns to the Rome Fair with interesting news to continue to raise awareness of present and future scientific activities by illustrating the most recent research results and highlighting current trends and technologies.

As part of the I-RIM conference, a session dedicated to students of the Doctorate of national interest in Robotics and Intelligent Machines (DRIM) is planned. DRIM students will illustrate their research topic and possible preliminary results of their activity.

By clicking here you can proceed with registration, which we remind you will be Early until 30 September and from 1 October it will become Late. Therefore, it is good to move as soon as possible!
Like every year, benefits are provided for members who have paid their membership annual fee.

The complete program of the event, in collaboration with Maker Faire Rome – the European Edition, can be consulted here!

The call for I-RIM 3D 2023 is still open!

The I-RIM Conference 2023 deadline for submission of Extended Abstracts and Workshop/Tutorial proposals has been postponed to September 3rd. Submit your contribution through EasyChair.

A great return to the Fiera di Roma together with the other I-RIM 3D 2023 events to continue to raise awareness of present and future scientific activities.

Last year the participation was great and this year we want it to be exceptional!

Submissions open for the fifth edition of the Italian Robotics and Intelligent Machines Conference!

The conference returns to Fiera di Roma together with the other I-RIM 3D events to continue to raise awareness of the present and future scientific activities of a very lively community that is open to all stakeholders, illustrating the most recent research results and highlighting current trends and technologies.
Participants can contribute to the conference in two ways:
interactive presentation with poster introduced by a “3-minute Pitch” in plenary, with the submission of an Extended Abstract
organization of workshops on new technological and scientific challenges or thematic tutorials.

Sending contributions to:
The site for sending Extended Abstracts and Workshop proposals is EasyChair

Important dates:
Submission of Extended Abstract: 11 August 2023
Sending of Workshop/Tutorial proposals: 11 August 2023
Notification of acceptance:  10 September 2023

French-Italian Workshop on Robotics 4.0 for Factories of the Future

In recent decades, technological evolution has revolutionized the industrial sector, paving the way for the use of collaborative robots in factories around the world. In this context, the first French-Italian Workshop on Robotics 4.0 for Factories of the Future was held in Paris on June 8 bringing together several leading French and Italian experts in the field of robotics.

The workshop was jointly organized by the two leading robotics research institutes from both countries, the Groupement de Recherche en Robotique of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and the I-RIM Istituto di Robotica e Macchine Intelligenti, the workshop proved to be an important meeting point for sharing knowledge, experiences and innovative ideas in the field of robotics. One of the most significant aspects of the workshop was the promotion of collaboration between France and Italy, well-known as leading nations in the field of robotics.

The workshop was coordinated by a panel of experts in the field, including Andrea Cherubini (Université de Montpellier), Mariagrazia Dotoli (Politecnico di Bari), Salvatore Anzalone (Université Paris 8), Mourad Benoussad (ENIT Tarbes), Antonio Frisoli (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna), and Dominique Vaufreydaz (Université Grenoble Alpes). Marco Borra, scientific attaché of the Italian Embassy in France, was also present. Approximately 80 colleagues from various countries actively participated in the workshop, both in person and online.

The success of the event paved the way for future joint initiatives between the two countries. Indeed, the workshop is scheduled to be held again next year in Bari, Italy, during the upcoming IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering.

French-Italian Workshop on Robotics 4.0 for factories of the future

Negli ultimi decenni, l’evoluzione tecnologica ha rivoluzionato il settore industriale, aprendo la strada all’uso di robot collaborativi nelle fabbriche di tutto il mondo. In questo contesto, l’8 giugno si è tenuto a Parigi il primo French-Italian Workshop on Robotics 4.0 for factories of the future, un evento che ha riunito per la prima volta i maggiori esperti francesi e italiani nel campo della robotica.

Organizzato dai principali istituti di ricerca di robotica dei due paesi, il Groupement de Recherche en Robotique del Centre national de la recherche scientifique e l’Istituto di Robotica e Macchine Intelligenti, il workshop ha dimostrato di poter essere un importante punto di incontro per la condivisione di conoscenze, esperienze e idee innovative nel campo della robotica. Uno degli aspetti più significativi del workshop è stata la possibilità di promuovere la collaborazione tra Francia e Italia, paesi leader nel settore della robotica.

Il workshop è stato organizzato da una serie di esperti del settore, tra cui Andrea Cherubini (Université de Montpellier), Mariagrazia Dotoli (Politecnico di Bari), Salvatore Anzalone (Université Paris 8), Mourad Benoussad (ENIT Tarbes), Antonio Frisoli (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna), Dominique Vaufreydaz (Université Grenoble Alpes). Era presente Marco Borra, attaché scientifico dell’ambasciata italiana in Francia. Hanno partecipato al workshop circa 80 colleghi da molti paesi, sia in presenza che online.

La buona riuscita dell’evento ha spianato la strada per future iniziative di collaborazione tra i due paesi. L’evento verrà infatti riproposto il prossimo anno a Bari, in Italia, durante la prossima IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering.