PPM at CERiS’17 Workshop in Hungary
3/27/2017 5:27:40 PM
Industrial PhD Candidate Csongor Mark Horvath presented the current results of his and PPM’s research work at the Workshop Cognitive and Etho-Robotics in iSpace (CERiS 2017) in Hungary.
The talks introduced state-of-the-art findings within the fields Industrial Process Monitoring Robot Systems and Planning of Heavy, Multi-pass Welding.
The workshop provided a great opportunity to discuss further collaboration with the Academic and
Research partners from Hungary and Japan. PPM thanks to all participants for their contributions and ideas, in particular the representatives from the Chuo University in Tokyo (Japan), the Budapest University of technology and Economics (Hungary), Debrecen University (Hungary) and Miskolc University (Hungary).