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Robotics For Youth was having a series of training sessions every Sunday from 2-4pm at Cascades, Gum Spring and Ashburn Library. August 21st is the last day of the series with a mini competition for Rookie teams to be held at Cascades library, Sterling. We may be able to squeeze in 2-3 more teams. Please send an email to [log in to unmask] if any Rookie team is interested in the event. If you are not prepared on the Robotics side and only want to participate in any Judging event, that should be fine too.


Thanks

Saji Sukumaan

for Robotics For Youth

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Robotics for youth is an organization started by youth to help people in STEM. If any student is interested to join the organization and help out other children, you are welcome.




From: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]> on behalf of Robotics For Youth <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Saturday, August 20, 2016 3:34 PM
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Subject: mini-FLL Competition - August 21 @ Cascades Library (21030 Whitfield Pl, Potomac Falls, VA 20165)
 
Tomorrow, we will be hosting our mini-FLL Tournament at the Cascades Library from 2:00 to 4:00.

We encourage you to come at 1 PM and practice your missions.

Attending this tournament will help your actual competition in Core value and Robot judging.

The competition will have three main aspects...

 Robot Runs (3 chances)

 Robot Design Judging (10 minutes)

 Core Values Judging (10 minutes)

We already released the challenges in the previous email. To reiterate, all the challenges are selected from last year’s Trash Trek challenge. Here are the following missions that teams can attempt:

We understand that some teams have not attended all the workshops and some have not kept up to speed with our course-ware so teams can come as early as 1:00 to work on their programs for their robot for the competition. Please come to the competition with a FULLY charged robot because we will not wait for those teams who are unprepared to charge their robot.

For the robot design judging, make sure that all of your programs for the tournament are on a single laptop so the judges can review it. We will not be asking you to run your robot during the judging but we will be asking a lot of questions so make sure that everyone in the team is knowledgeable about the design and programming of the robot.

Below are the teams registered for the competition. If your team is not listed, please send us an email we will add your team.

PROGRAMMERS CAUGHT IN A BRAINSTORM

Rama Karan

THE FLAME BOTS

Jaswinder Singh

TEAM POKEMON-GO

Nanda Cheluvadi

TECHNOBOTS

Heba Alsaber

TERMINATORS

 

CHEETAH SQUAD

Pritish Nawlakhe

TECHNIMALZ

Nanda Kottury

TEAM AWESOME QUADROIDS

Michael Chan

Sushma ‘s Team

Abha Rangam

BLACKBELT PANDABOTS

Moeen Rana


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