and the last chance to register without paying the late fee

More than a year in the planning, months in the preparation, weeks in the fine-tuning and now just days of anticipation before ERF 2024 opens in Rimini. By now we’re confident that  everyone within the wider euRobotics community knows what pleasures they can expect at ERF in Italy’s famous holiday resort by the shores of the Adriatic Sea. In fact you may know the programme by heart (don’t worry, we won’t test your knowledge). For a comprehensive guide to this year’s ERF experience, here’s the full programme for the European Robotics Forum 2024

When we say comprehensive, we mean it. ERF covers the full terrain of European robotics. We’re confident that, whatever your own particular interest, you’ll find a workshop, a plenary or a lecture that deals with your topic at some point during ERF. Beyond the formal programme, there will be plenty of people to share your thoughts with – and plenty of opportunities to do so. There’s a full social programme with technical tours, the ERF dinner and an after-dinner party, too. For those who want to stay fit, the Charity Run (or walk or bike-ride – you choose) will be ideal.

And what about Rimini itself. It’s a hugely popular holiday resort for many good reasons – a vibrant city with sandy beaches, historical monuments and a climate that’s likely to prove very welcome, especially for those from the northern half of Europe in need of warmer weather.   

So you know what’s on offer and you know you really want to be there. Armed with this knowledge, now is your moment to register for Rimini 2024 if you haven’t booked your place already. There’s a very sound financial reason to book now, too. Ticket prices go up on 3 March, but if you book your place as soon as this newsletter arrives, you’ll save money (well, you’ll spend some, too, but less than if you leave it until the last minute). All that ERF 2024 in Rimini has to offer is there just waiting for you. All you have to do is register for Rimini now