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Women in Robotics and Automation : Women in Robotics and Automation
Posted by Mihoko Otake on 2007/3/1 16:00:00 (21865 reads)

We change the community name to "Women in Robotics and Automation towards Human Science, Technology and Society" from "Women in Robotics towards Human Science, Technology and Society".

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Women in Robotics and Automation : "A Lunch for Women in RAS" at ICRA2007
Posted by Mihoko Otake on 2006/10/14 23:50:00 (36501 reads)

We are pleased to inform that the motion for the ICRA07 lunch for women, tentatively named "BOF on Gender Diversity - A Lunch for Women in RAS", started by Dr. Danica Kragic' was accepted unanimously by the RAS Adcom in October 2006.

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Women in Robotics and Automation : Special Issue was published on JRSJ
Posted by Mihoko Otake on 2006/7/15 16:50:00 (84634 reads)

On July 15 2006, special issue on “Women in Robotics” was published in the Journal of Robotics Society of Japan (JRSJ) (Vol. 24, No.5). The issue contains 12 articles, and 16 women in robotics in Japan, the U.S., Spain, Switzerland and China contributed.

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Women in Robotics and Automation : Article was published on RASeNews
Posted by Mihoko Otake on 2006/6/14 16:20:00 (78347 reads)

The article entitled "Women in Robotics for Communication and Outreach" was published in RASeNews, the IEEE Robotics and Automation email newsletter on June 14, 2006.

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Women in Robotics and Automation : Lab Tour and Party at Robomec 2006
Posted by Mihoko Otake on 2006/5/28 17:00:00 (67872 reads)

In May 26-28, Robotics and Mechatronics Conference 2006 (Robomec 2006) was held in Okubo Campus, Science & Engineering, Waseda University.

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