Next RiE will be held in Prague!

13 - 14 September 2012

Visit website of RiE 2012 for Details.

Call for Papers

The International Robotics in Education Conference (RiE) aims at bringing researchers, teachers, practicing engineers, as well as industry experts from all over the world onto a common platform.

We encourage to submit and present new trends, practical experiences, and the latest innovations and advances in the area of Robotics in Education. 

Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Robotics in school
  • Robotics curricula
  • International trends in educational robotics
  • Hardware and software of robotic kits
  • Laboratory experiments for teaching robotics
  • Teaching and training for robotics
  • Project-based learning and robotics
  • Didactic approaches and materials 
  • Exemplary robotics projects in classes
  • Robotics competitions 
  • Evaluation and pilot studies 
  • Web-based robotics and simulation
  • Evaluation and assessment of robotic-enhanced class activities

Program Committee

Richard Balogh, Slovak University of Technolgy in Bratislava, SK
Simon Coupland, De Montfort University in Leicester, UK
Hugo Ferreira, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, PT
Gerhard Gruhler, Heilbronn University, DE
Peter Hubinský, Slovak University of Technolgy in Bratislava, SK
Alexander Hofmann, University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien, AT
Karim Jafarmadar, INNOC - Austrian Society for Innovative Computer Sciences, AT
Robert John, De Montfort University in Leicester, UK
Dariusz Marchewka, AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, PL
Martin Mellado, Universitat Politècnica de València, ES
Mark Neal, University of Aberystwyth, UK
David Obdržálek, Charles University Prague, CZ
Alexander Schläfer, Universität Lübeck, Deutschland, DE
Fritz Schmöllebeck, University of Applied Scienced Technikum Wien, AT
František Šolc, Brno Universtiy of Technolgy, CZ
Gerald Steinbauer, Graz University of Technology, AT
Roland Stelzer, INNOC - Austrian Society for Innovative Computer Sciences, AT
Francis Wyffels, Ghent University, BE