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First edition of the International Summer School on ‘The Regulation of Robotics in Europe: Ethical, Legal and Economic Implications’, which will be held in Pisa (Tuscany, Italy) from 11th to 16th July, 2016.
This unique initiative, funded by the European Commission through the Jean Monnet Program, stems from the successful experience of the RoboLaw project (www.robolaw.eu) and its subsequent developments. The aim of the Summer School is to provide participants with a broad understanding of the many relevant implications of the regulation of robotics in Europe.
The call for applications is open: http://www.europeregulatesrobotics-summerschool.santannapisa.it/apply
You can find detailed information at: http://www.europeregulatesrobotics-summerschool.santannapisa.it/
THE SUMMER SCHOOL IN PILLS
FOCUS AREA: Law and Technology & Innovation Management
WHERE: Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy
WHEN: 11-16 July 2016
TEACHING BODY: The teaching body is extremely diversified, including Lawyers, Engineers, Philosophers, Business and Management Experts, many of which directly participated in the RoboLaw project, to provide the most interdisciplinary perspective.
APPLICATION AND REGISTRATION: Application details can be found on the Summer School website: http://www.europeregulatesrobotics-summerschool.santannapisa.it/apply
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 31.05.2016 (extended)
ECTS CREDITS: 2
TRAINING HOURS: 40
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 30
FEE: € 600,00 (The cost includes the tuition fees, reference material and lunch on class days)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Students at an advanced stage of their university courses ( last year students ) or graduate students (master or Ph.D.) in law, political sciences, economics and engineering, interested in understanding the legal, ethical, social and economic issues raised by robotics. Young professionals working for policy makers or industries investing in or developing robotic products.