May 19 @ 08:30 – 16:30 EDT
Interested in knowing about Robofest?
Of course that everyone is welcome to attend but what about learning and being a technical judge for the event?
If you would like to participate as a judge please let Prof. CJ Chung, cchung@LTU.edu, know.
Videos and more information about Robofest can be found here: http://www.robofest.net/
Please note that anyone is welcome to Robofest! Even if you just stop by to check it out!
Robofest is a program started in Southeast Michigan. It is sponsored by IEEE SEM and growing nationally and internationally. This year over 2,500 students participated in 17th annual Robofest in 14 US States and 10 countries. In Michigan alone this academic year, we had 200+ teams with 700+ students.
Robofest has a competition category called Exhibition similar to a science fair only for intelligent robotics projects built and programed by K-12 students.
IEEE R&A members (and non-members) are invited to serve as an Exhibition Judge on
Sat. May 19, 8:30am ~ 4:20pm
for Robofest Michigan Championship at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield.
Judging rubric in PDF can be found at:
All the judges are requested to send him a short bio by May 14.
A sample bios last year can be found on the web at:
Location: Lawrence Technological University
Address and directions to LTU: http://www.ltu.edu/sitemap/directions.asp
Building: Follow the Robofest signs to navigate within the campus: http://www.ltu.edu/map/LTU-Campus-Map.pdf
Parking: Parking map http://www.ltu.edu/map/LTU-Campus-Map.pdf
Several competitions run in parallel from 8:30am ~ 4:20pm.
Details can be found at http://www.robofest.net/
Bldg: Follow Robofest signs
21000 W 10 Mile Rd