JRM Vol.23 No.5 pp. 871-880
doi: 10.20965/jrm.2011.p0871


EMARO: A European Contribution in Shaping the Future World Roboticists

Wisama Khalil*, Rezia Maria Molfino**, and Valentina Resaz***

*Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Robotics team, Institut de Recherche en Communication et Cybernétiques de Nantes (IRCCyN), 1 rue de la Noë, Nantes 44321, France

**PMAR-Robotics Laboratory, University of Genova, Via Opera Pia 15 A, Genova 16145, Italy

***Department of Computer, Communication, and Systems Sciences (DIST), University of Genova, Via Opera Pia 13, Genova 16145, Italy

February 27, 2011
July 4, 2011
October 20, 2011
didactics, education, robotics
In this report we present the European Master in Advanced Robotics (EMARO) Master’s Course. This course has been developed and accepted in the Erasmus Mundus European program framework. This program [1] is a cooperation and mobility program of the European Union in the field of higher education which promotes the European Union as a centre of excellence in learning worldwide. It aims at enhancing the quality in European higher education and at promoting intercultural understanding through cooperation with non European countries. The Erasmus Mundus programprovides a response to the challenges of globalisation faced by European higher education today, in particular the need to adapt education systems to the demands of the knowledge society and to enhance the attractiveness and visibility of European higher education worldwide. The Erasmus Mundus program supports high-quality European Master’s Courses by providing very attractive grants for students having excellent academic results from around the world to engage in graduate study at EMARO institutions. It also provides scholarships to scholars for conduct teaching and research assignments and scholarly work related to masters’ topics at partner institutions.
Cite this article as:
W. Khalil, R. Molfino, and V. Resaz, “EMARO: A European Contribution in Shaping the Future World Roboticists,” J. Robot. Mechatron., Vol.23 No.5, pp. 871-880, 2011.
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