UofT Robotics Survey: Partners
This survey will require approximately 15 minutes. Its purpose is to gather information to help form a strategic plan for robotics at the University of Toronto.
Inventory Questions
What is your organization's name?
Your answer
What is your name?
Your answer
What is your title within your organization?
Your answer
Please briefly describe your organization's purpose. (a few sentences).
Your answer
Please briefly describe your role at your organization (a few sentences).
Your answer
Please briefly describe your main robotics-related activities.
Your answer
Approximately how many employees do you have working on robotics-related projects?
Your answer
Approximately how many UofT graduates do you have working on robotics-related projects?
Your answer
Approximately how many UofT Professional Experience Year students do you host each year?
Your answer
Please list any universities your organization is collaborating with (or has collaborated with) on robotics-related projects.
Your answer
Please list specific UofT robotics researchers with whom you've collaborated.
Your answer
Please provide any other relevant information regarding your current robotics activities not covered above.
Your answer
Vision Questions
What are the aspects of society and the economy that will be most highly affected by robotics technology in the coming decade(s)?
Your answer
What are the most pressing research challenges to be overcome in robotics in the coming decade?
Your answer
What is the greatest research strength of UofT in robotics on which it can build over the next five years?
Your answer
What is UofT's greatest weakness in the area of robotics?
Your answer
What is the most significant opportunity available to UofT relevant to robotics in the next five years?
Your answer
Given the leading edge of research in robotics, what is UofT's greatest challenge to becoming a global leader in this field?
Your answer
How should UofT position itself to make its robotics activities unique with respect to its peers?
Your answer
Should UofT take a leadership role in forming a national robotics plan?
Who are the natural industry and government partners for UofT in robotics for the next five years?
Your answer
If there was just one thing that UofT could invest in to improve its robotics activities, what should it be and why?
Your answer
Please provide any other ideas or comments relating to forming a vision for robotics at UofT.
Your answer
Implementation Questions
Are you familiar with the UofT Institute for Robotics and Mechatronics (IRM)?
Do you collaborate with researchers associated with IRM?
Rate your agreement with the following statement: UofT should create a full-fledged Institute for Robotics (EDU-A or EDU-B) to improve its visibility to the world and maximize its research and education potential in robotics. Please note that this institute would only have a mandate for robots (rather than robotics and mechatronics as IRM).
Disagree
Agree
What are the potential benefits to UofT if it had a highly visible Institute for Robotics?
Your answer
Rate your agreement with the following statement: UofT should gather all its robotics research into a single location (on a single campus).
Disagree
Agree
Which campuses would be most convenient for you to collaborate with UofT robotics researchers?
Required
Would you support the creation of a graduate program to allow UofT students to graduate with an MASc or PhD degree in robotics?
What types of experiences (courses, hands-on) do you look for when hiring new robotics employees at your organization?
Your answer
Do you have any recommendations for courses or other experiences that could be incorporated into a UofT graduate program on robotics?
Your answer
Please provide any other ideas or comments pertaining to efforts to consolidate robotics research and teaching activities at UofT.
Your answer
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Additional Terms