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The RAMCIP Project was presented in the International Council of nurses Congress 2017 held in Barcelona, Spain from 27 May-01 June about “Nurses at the forefront transforming care”. More than 8.000 nurses from 150 countries have participated to bring together global strategies, projects and research aimed to obtain sustainable development worldwide. Leadership and empowerment of nurses has been a common denominator in the presentations and plenary sessions, to increase their presence in the political decisions and company’s management.


The seventh plenary meeting of the RAMCIP project was held in Thessaloniki, Greece, on 22-23 May 2017, hosted at the premises of the Information Technologies Institute (ITI), in the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH). During this meeting, the RAMCIP partners presented their advancements and progress with respect to the previous meeting. Specifically the project’s technical developments both concerning the algorithms, and the hardware components that are planned to be integrated on the second version of the RAMCIP robot were presented.

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The RAMCIP project participated in this year’s CERTH/ITI open day, an event that its objective is to present to the general public the research conducted by the European scientific community. The event was held at the premises of CERTH/ITI, Thessaloniki, Greece, on 16 of May 2017; more details can be found here

RAMCIP participated in the workshop entitled “Using Social Robots to Improve the Quality of Life in the Elderly” of this year’s International Conference on Social Robotics, which was held in Kansas City, USA, on November 2016, through the invited speech: “Vision-based perception and user-centric cognition methods for service robots to support MCI patients at home; the RAMCIP project approach”.


RAMCIP was presented in the 1st Training Event of the EU-funded ACROSSING project (H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie ITN project), which was held in Thessaloniki, Greece, on 14-16 September 2016. During the event’s “demo and interaction sessions”, Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) and Beneficiaries of the ACROSSING project were shown live demonstrations of core technologies of the RAMCIP robot, through the preliminary platform of RAMCIP, which is currently located at the premises of CERTH-ITI.


The RAMCIP Project was presented in the Alzheimer Association International Conference 2016 held in Toronto, Canada from 22-28 July. This is the largest meeting for the researchers in dementia around the world, with more than 70 countries participating and gathering together over 5000 participants that include: clinicians, care providers, students and investigators.