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The goals of these robot events are to foster the sharing of research and technology, allow research groups to showcase their achievements, encourage students to enter robotics and AI fields at both the undergraduate and graduate level, and increase awareness of the field. The 1999 events included two robot contests; a new, long-term robot challenge; an(More)
— A variety of programs, including robotics, have been created with the intent of both increasing girls' interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) areas and careers. While robotics programs have been successful at getting girls to participate in STEM activities, an overall question still remains: Does participation in such programs have(More)
Botball is a national program in which teams of middle and high school students design, build, and program small autonomous mobile robots to compete in a highly charged interactive (but non-destructive) tournament. Botball students learn to program in c, construct feedback and control loops, create electromechanical systems, and integrate it all together(More)
The goals of these robot events are to foster the sharing of research and technology, allow research groups to showcase their achievements, encourage students to enter robotics and AI fields at both the undergraduate and graduate level, and increase awareness of the field. The 1999 events included two robot contests; a new, long-term robot challenge; an(More)
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