1st Annual Computer Science,
Math and Robotics Engineering Faire
March 22nd, 2020
Main Event ...
12 to 4pm: Learn from Tech Talks, Demos and Exhibits The event also features the 4th Annual Math Contest hosted by the Raritan Valley Math Valley Group. In order to participate in this Contest, pre-registration is required. Reserve Early, as seats are limited. Share with a friend. To purchase ticket.
Demos and Exhibits:For novice to experience. This is an unique event where you will learn and be inspired by various Robotics, computer science exhibits, and math-centric games.
Most demos and exhibits are presented by Grade 7-12 students. While projects can be challenging to a 12th grader or even college levels engineering students, it will inspire the younger ones as low as 4th grade.
Tech Talks :for Gr. 7 to Adult robotics and technology enthusiasts. All Robotics projects presented at the Tech Talks involve in-depth learning in robotics and computer science to professional level. Some received honor to be presented in professional venue, and won top places in World level Tournaments.
Exhibits and Tech Talks
Computer Science Booth - learn to write snippets of coding.
Robotics Projects Demos may include:
- RobocupJunior Competition Demos for Rescue Line League.
- RobocupJunior Competition Demos for Rescue Maze League.
- RobocupJunior Competition Demos for Rescue Soccer League.
- Various Projects for novice and experienced.
Tech Talks: (with fixed schedule. Detailed timeslots will be updated by March)
- World level award winning projects:
- Computer Vision Control with a Custom Design Platform- Best Engineering and Algorithms Winner.
- Maze Navigation Techniques by 2019 World 3rd Place Winner Team Polaris.
- TremorWear : A Smart-Sensing, Device-Independent Tremor-Suppression Library for Wearable Tremor Orthoses - 2nd Place Winner - BioEngineering research work category in the 2019 ISEF.
- MIT/NASA Competition - ZeroRobotics Tech Talk.
- Competitions and Exams available at Storming Robots.
- Why Robotics and Computer Science are critical in pre-college education?
- What You Need to Know about Changes in College Testing
- A couple of AI algorithms - Dijkstra or MinMax with Alpha-beta Pruning.
Featured Math Contest ...
About this Contest ...
This contest is solely run by Raritan Valley Math Group(RVMG). RVMG is an informally organized, volunteer-led group whose purpose is to deepen mathematical understanding and problem solving in middle and high school aged students. Please Contact RVMG for details pertaining the group itself, the contest content, acceptance, etc. FAQ about RVMG's Annual Competition.
Cost to participate in the Math Contest...
|Event starts at 12:00 PM|
|12:00||Robocup Junior Competition Exhibits||Various Math activities, Robotics Projects for novice to experienced.
A few "Learning to code" segments with either Mathematical or robotics themes.
Check-in starts at 12. All MUST be seated for the contest no later than 12:25pm.
|Multiple scheduled Tech Talks with duration ranges from 15 mins. to one hour. See the list in the "Exhibits and Tech Talks" above.|
|3:30||Math Awards Ceremony|
|3:15||Math: Open Forum|
|Event ends at 4:00 PM|
To register / purchase ticket ...
|Receive registration and payment by:||Adult||Youth: Gr. 6-12th||Child: Gr. 5th & below|
|March 1st and after||Additional $5.00 / person|
|Math Contest Fee : $ 20.00 / student|
- Math Contest is a featured event for this Engineering Faire. You will need to purchase a ticket for entering the Engineering Faire in order to register for the Math contest.
- Pre-registration is required for the Math Contest.
- Email confirmation from Storming Robots Administration is required to enter the math contest
- After the contest, students may proceed to Engineering Faire exhibit and Tech Talk.
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