Meet & Greet
Welcome Session
Greetings from the President
Chair Opening
      Welcome to Koblenz
Keynote #1
        Vocational Education through 2PointRobo
        Katrin Heuzeroth
Coffee Break
10:30 - 11:00
Session #1
Pedagocical aspects I
Kinematic Model Implementation Using Educational Robotics
Attila Körei & Szilvia Szilágyi
no.: 6
Intensive robotics course projects improve higher education students’ intrinsic motivation and learning outcomes
Ilkka Jormanainen, Samuel Yigzaw and Markku Tukiainen
no.: 22
Tailored Robotics Lab Sessions - Accommodating Undergraduate Students with Diverse Skill Levels
Florian Stöckl, Silvan Müller and Marcus Strand
no.: 12
Lessons Learned: The Evolution of an Undergraduate Robotics Course in Computer Science
R Pito Salas
no.: 26
Lunch Break
13:00 - 14:00
Session #2
Pedagocical aspects II
On the importance of live programming and short feedback loops for educational robotics
Ricardo Moran and Gonzalo Zabala
no.: 29
Integrating AI into School Curriculum: a maker-oriented activity
Laura Cesaro, Giovanni Dodero and Emanuele Menegatti
no.: 38
Influential Factors in Teachers’ Adoption of Robotics Activities within STEM Education
Doaa Saad, Igor Verner and Rinat B. Rosenberg-Kima
no.: 24
Coffee Break
15:30 - 16:00
Session #3
Pedagocical aspects III
The Opinions of Basic School Students Regarding the Use of Telepresence Robots for Teaching and Learning
Janika Leoste, Katrin Kangur, Aleksei Talisainen, Karin Muoni, Kristel Marmor, Fuad Budagov, Kadri Strömberg-Järvis, Anne-Mari Rebane and Matti Rossi
no.: 2
SRNOCS - An Implementation Concept of a new technology in Nursing Schools
Sabina Muminovic and Lorenz Kampschulte
no.: 11
The Impact of a Transdisciplinary STEAM Teacher Training Course on the Integration of Robotics in Early Childhood Education
Matti Rossi, Musa Saimon, Janika Leoste, Kristof Fenyvesi and Zsolt Lavicza
no.: 17
City Tour
Old town magic; Exploring Koblenz.

Keynote #2
Robot Challenges as an Opportunity for Students
Dietrich Paulus
Session #4
Robotics in Education
From Screens to AI-Driven Human-Robot Interaction: Comparing Students’ Perceptions of the Robots Pepper and Furhat for ChatGPT-based Exam Preparation.
Ilona Buchem, Georges Arnaud Kouayim Bonga and Rezaul Tutul
no.: 3
The HEART Project's Initiative in Enhancing Adult Learning Environments through Robotics
Igor Zubrycki and Grzegorz Granosik
no.: 10
Revolutionizing Traffic Management: AI-Driven Micro:bit Integration for Real-Time Traffic Control
Lluis Molas and Martha Ivón Cárdenas
no.: 34
Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:30
Session #5
Robots and Children
Implementing Basic Robotics as a Tool for Teaching Early Childhood and Primary Education Literacy in the United States
Stephanie Holmquist, Dave Catlin and Fredrick Hicks
no.: 25
The appeal of robotics to children with autism and its potential as a therapeutic and educational tool
Eleftherios Vourkos, Elena Alonefti, Andreas Panayides, Panicos Masouras, Sotiris Avgousti and Eftychios Christoforou
no.: 27
Effects of summer robotics activities in libraries on children’s interest in robotics and STEM career
Ho Ching Cheung, David Cameron, Alex Lucas and Tony Prescott
no.: 21
Lunch Break
13:00 - 14:00
Showcase & Poster
Session #6
Robotic activities
Breaking the barrier: Education students’ persistence in coding and robotics activities
Marietjie Havenga, Sukie Van Zyl and Olukyode Aboderin
no.: 7
Methodology for Teaching the Denavit-Hartenberg Notation.
Dariusz Zarychta and Igor Zubrycki
no.: 15
Enhancing University Visitor Satisfaction: A Human-Robot Interaction Study on the Design and Perception of a Guiding Robot Assistant
Janika Leoste, Kristel Marmor, Thomas Hollstein, Heiko Hinkelmann and Leo Benjamin Leoste
no.: 5
Short paper
Low-Cost Educational Robot for Museums and Exhibitions
Daniel Giffhorn, Matheus Pereira, Tobias Doernbach and Reinhard Gerndt
no.: 18
Session #7
Robotic concepts
Assessment of learners in educational robotics: An up-to-date overview of learner assessment in educational robotics in learning process of Slovak schools
Jakub Krcho and Karolina Miková
no.: 36
Exploring Programming Concepts and Robotic Sensors: How to Organise them whitin Educational Content
Barbora Stenova and Karolina Miková
no.: 31
Short paper
Open source and portable educational kits for enabling robotics education
Renno Raudmäe, Veiko Vunder, Martin Kandlhofer, Benjamin Breiling, Michael Sumper-Sabitzer, Eva Mõtshärg, Sandra Schumann and Karl Kruusamäe
no.: 14
From automaton to AI robot: the added value for learning
Marie Martin, Thomas Deneux and Morgane Chevalier
no.: 35
Coffee Break
15:30 - 16:30
Showcase & Poster
Panel discussion

Keynote #3
Unlocking the Future of Production
Felix Witzelmaier
Session #8
Gamification, competions
The Impact Study of RoboCupJunior - Educational Robotics Competition - 23 years later
Amy Eguchi
no.: 40
Curricula Updates Through Students' Participation in International Competition
Daniil Valme, Diana Belolipetskaja, Anton Rassõlkin, Janika Leoste and Tiia Rüütmann
no.: 16
Transformative Learning: A Decade of Success in Educational Robotics Competition
Kavi Arya and Suprabha Jadhav
no.: 30
Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:30
Session #9
Devices and tolls, hardware
Selecting an Educational Robot: A Comprehensive Guideline
Stefanie Krause, Anna-Lena Henk and Frieder Stolzenburg
no.: 19
EduRob: An Educational Robot for Teaching Kinematics of Wheeled Mobile Robots
Jan Erik Krüger, Alexander Miller, Alexander Lel, Lars Erbach, René Unkrig and Christof Röhrig
no.: 9
Insights from a Decade of AMiRo: Where Research Meets Education
Christian Klarhorst, Dennis Quirin, Marc Hesse and Ulrich Rückert
no.: 28
Lunch Break
13:00 - 14:00
Session #10
Msc. topics
New Findings about Child-Robot-Interaction
Lisa Honnef and Martin Fislake
no.: 8
Improving usability of a Web-based platform for teaching robotics engineering
Lía García-Pérez, David Roldán, Enric Cervera, Pawan Wadhwani and José M. Cañas
no.: 37
Smartdrone: An open platform for research and experimentation with autonomous UAVs
Gonzalo Luzardo, Hiep Luong, Michiel Vlaminck, Wilfried Philips and Daniel Ochoa
no.: 20
Closing remarks

RIE 2024, Koblenz, Germany