Persönlicher Status und Werkzeuge

Workshop Robotronics vom 24. Mai bis 31. Mai 2015

Participant's Report

Did someone mention Robotronics, the event organized LC Munich event? This event was special in many ways. It was held at the same time with the T.O.O.L. Leader of Tomorrow 2, one of the best weeks, I had in a long time.
I arrived to Munich two days before the workshop and went sightseeing. I met up with old friends, excited to see them after a while. I got to know cool guys from the EESTEC Observer Karlsruhe, we got attached to each other very soon and together we went sightseeing to Neuschwanstein castle and the Deutsches Museum. Then the event started. Both, the participants and the organizers, had a feeling that it is going to be something special. We had a very interesting academic part where we learned about renewable energies and wind power plants. We even made a few solar cells on our own and tested which components give optimal results. Moreover we had the opportunity to see different robots at TUM and visited the robot factory from KUKA in Augsburg. We had a lecture held at the Institute for Nanoelectronics. Apart from the academic part, we had the opportunities to see the sights of Munich and to get to know the Bavarian culture. At the end of the event, we travelled to the Austrian Alps for the IMW. It was an amazing experience. The landscape was breathtaking. We went hiking, enjoyed outdoor activities and had very useful soft-skill trainings.
I had an unforgettable time, met amazing people and gained knowledge that will apply in my future. The organizers put a lot of effort to make this event happen. They did a great job.

Organizer's Report

At the end of May, we organised two parallel events. The events started one week after the congress, so it was a challenge for us to ensure a smooth flow of the program.
The T.O.O.L. Leaders of Tomorrow 2 started on the 22nd of May 2015. On the first day a participant who did not fill his arriving details in time, arrived very early and problems occured of picking him up. On the next day, the academic program started and the participants were very busy with the trainings. After these, there were reflection-groups which connected the participants very well. During the event, we planned varying parties. Of course there were club nights, but we also tried a new party concept: the Blitzparty. Everyone is allowed to party exactly for two hours. A countdown-timer is set and projected on the wall. All the participants were very motivated to party and everything worked very well. Blitzparty caused the participants to go to bed early and the long sleep prepared them for the presentation of a company in the morning and the contact forum in the afternoon. After the workshop, we all went to the Austrian Alps to have an unofficial IMW. There we went hiking and had soft-skill trainings. All the particpants were very impressed of the landscape. On the last day everyone was very sad to leave Munich, however they were happy for having spent such a great time.