The contest is held online in English and participation is completely free.
To participate, follow these steps:
Registration: Students register to attend at the following link: https://elonake.samk.fi/lomakkeet/11876/lomake.html, deadline is April 10.
Learn to be a robot: After registering to participate, students will be able to attend 3 robotics lessons and 1 robotics instruction session in Finland in the mornings from 10-12 am (Finland time) ie the afternoon from 14 to 16 pm ( Hanoi time) on April 5-8.
Exam: Teams of 3-5 individuals working together to build their robot to submit to the Jury include videos of the robot in action and screenshots/codebase of the robot operating program. Deadline for submission is 8/5.
Primary examination: On May 11, the jury announced the 20 most special robots to enter the final round. The jury will also have a session to guide the finalist groups on how to perform their products on May 12 from 10-12 am (Finland time) ie in the afternoon from 14 to 16 pm (Hanoi time).
Final: On May 20, the final contest will take place from 10-12 am (Finland time) ie the afternoon from 14 pm to 16 pm (Hanoi time). There will be 3 prizes for the winner, First Prize 150€, Second Prize 100€ and Third Prize 50€.
All details about the contest and instructions for registering for the competition can be found on the website of Satakunta University by following the link: https://www.samk.fi/en/education/master-robot -builders/
Satakunta University of Applied Sciences in Finland aspires to be at the forefront of training in robotics and automation.
According to research by experts, the robot manufacturing industry will be very developed in the coming years, possibly worth $ 260 billion by 2030 because robots will be used in many tasks to replace humans. .
Meanwhile, robotics is still a nascent industry in Vietnam and is not known by many people. The participation of Vietnamese high school students in this competition is not only a good opportunity to understand more about the robot manufacturing industry and make suitable choices for their future careers, but also contribute to promoting the importance of robotics. cooperation between Vietnam and Finland in a new field.
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