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1st Annual Competition:When : March 24th, 2019 |1:30 to 3:30pm.
Where : Raritan Valley Community College, Branchburg,
Duration : As a pilot event, it will only be an two-hours. It will be held right after the 3rd Annual Math Contest .
Organizer : Storming Robots
Registration : coming soon by January 5th, 2019.
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Who may participate ...
Age Group : Gr. 6+. (Do not need to be current Storming Robots students.)
Team Size :
Competition Date: March 24th, 2019
Time: 1 to 3pm
More details about the Game Rule : view "About the Rules" below.
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Schedule: 3:45 to 5:45 pm
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Details for signing onto the meetingJoin the meeting via one of the following methods. Please do note that only individuals who have registered, or are current SR students and parents will be allowed to stay on the meetings.
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Meeting ID: 425 159 855
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Daniel Xue: Daniel is currently a 10th grader at the Montgomery High School in NJ. He has been learning about robotics since he was in 6th grade. He loves just about anything computers-related, especially in algorithms, computer science (especially into AI realm), and mechatronics.
Ethan Wu: Ethan is currently a 11th grader at BRHS in NJ. He has participated various robotics competitions. Hobbies include anything computers-related, including web design, algorithms programming, CGI art, Linux, and Mechatronics. Despite of his young age, target audience to his tech talk are usually into embedded system, college level EE, Computer Engineering and Computer Science in AI area.Both members have participated and earned high rank in 2017 and 2018 World RobocupJunior held in Japan and Montreal respectively. In 2017, the duo won the Best Engineering Design Award under Maze League at the World event.
Both also have delivered tech talk multiple times at the World Makerfaire in NYC, as well as to the World community at the 2018 International Robocupjunior in Montreal. Learn more about Ethan's and Daniel's work.