If these questions interest you, you are not alone. Robotic technology and products like these are being used extensively in different fields such as transportation, healthcare, agriculture, manufacturing and national defense and security. Thousands of students of all ages across the United States are learning and using robotics to engage in various science technology, engineering and math (STEM) activities, and pursue careers in STEM-related fields.
We're excited for the 2017 Robotics Week! Our teams will be having a fun-filled day on April 14th:
|9:15-11:15||Red Team: Workshop (Hands-on P-ROBOTS)||PKI 278|
|9:15-11:15||Blue Team: Robot Challenges||PKI Atrium|
|11:15-11:55||Lunch and presentation stands||PKI 158|
|12:00-2:00||Red Team: Robot Challenges||PKI Atrium|
|12:00-2:00||Blue Team: Workshop (Hands-on P-ROBOTS)||PKI 278|
|2:00-2:15||Awards Ceremony||PKI 158|
|2:20||Get on bus/other transportation||PKI Atrium|
This event is targeted towards middle school students. These activities are a part of National Robotics Week - a week-long series of activities organized throughout the United States to increase awareness about robotic technology and its impact on the future of United States and the world.
Professor Raj Dasgupta
Our Campus. Otherwise Known as Omaha.
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