Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Researchers’ Night 2023 | Noc Vědců 2023

October 6, 2023 | 17:00 23:30 UTC+1

RICAIP welcomes all visitors – childern and adults – of the Czech European Researchers’ Night in premises of the RICAIP testbeds in Prague and Brno! Join us on Friday 6 October 2023 and experience the science up close. This year is the main theme “MYSTERY”.
“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.” said Albert Einstein, while changing the world from his desk.

Let’s experience this feeling together and let science reveal its greatest secrets. Explore, discover, and enjoy the knowledge. What question are you seeking the answer to? Unleash your curiosity and unlock the gateway to the marvelous mysteries of the entire world.

What is the secret behind the terms digitalization, automation and robotization? Come and take a look at our RICAIP Testbed for Industry 4.0 in Prague and get an idea of the principles behind smart factories.

Play checkers against a non-traditional opponent. Can you beat the robot in a classic board game?

Discover the secrets of mixology with our robots. They’ll mix a refreshing lemonade or make delicious coffee for you.

Experience the simulation of a flexible production line with gamified elements in the safe environment of a virtual reality.

What is the secret behind the research in Industry 4.0 areas, including the potential use of artificial intelligence in manufacturing? Come and take a look at our RICAIP Testbed Brno.

Do you think the local robots will show you their legendary dance?

Have fun seeing how our autonomous mobile robots can safely find the right path.

Researchers’ Night was initiated by the European Commission in 2005 and its mission is to show that science is not boring, but on the contrary is a source of interesting and fascinating phenomena. One day a year, universities, research and development centres, science centres, and other places open with free guided tours, popular education presentations, workshops, experiments, science shows, music, and performances, amongst others, taking place. The aim of Researchers’ Night is to dispel myths about scientists as people locked in laboratories and to show the general public that they are “ordinary people” who do work for each of us, they can present it in an engaging way, and they can also have a good time.