The first FSTP Open Call of EUROBENCH closed the period for presenting proposals on October 31st at 17 hours CET. At this time 93 participants from 15 different countries from Europe and abroad had presented a total of 53 proposals.
Eurobench co-organized a workshop at the COST action on wearable robotics (CA16116). The goal of the workshop was to have a discussion about safety issues in wearable robots within a group of experts and to stimulate collaborations between projects funded
Today, we were at BIOROB 2018 hosting the workshop “EUROBENCH Info Day & Pre-proposal check: Improve your project proposal!” to inform the researchers interested in financial support for the development of testbeds, software routines or datasets are informed and can
On June, we attended ISEK 2018, with a WS entitled ‘How good is my robot? The increasing importance of benchmarking in wearable robotics research”, stressing the importance of having quantitative indicators to measure the effects of robotic technologies on humans,
On March, the EUROBENCH project leaders José Luis Pons and Diego Torricelli, from the CSIC Instituto Cajal, attended the European Robotics Forum; an event that has become the most influential meeting of the robotics community on Europe. This year’s edition
The European Robotics Forum has become the most influential meeting of the robotics community in Europe since it was firstly celebrated in 2010 in San Sebastian. This year’s edition will take place in the city of Tampere, Finland 13-15 March
From January 10th to 12th the Kick Off Meeting of EUROBENCH project was held in Brussels. This meeting brings together the ten members of the consortium, from five different countries, to discuss and settle the strategic lines of the project
The kick-off meeting of EUROBENCH project will be held in Brussels the days 10, 11 and 12 of January. This meeting will join together 10 partners from 5 different countries who will work together to create a new benchmarking framework for