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FIRE FIGHTING ROBOT CONTEST TRINITY COLLEGE HARTFORD CONNECTICUT

PRIZES

The real rewards in robotics are a sense of achievement, teamwork and the joy of designing and building a successful robot. We will recognize achievements through both cash prizes and non-cash prizes.


Click Here to view the complete Fire Fighting results from the 2011 contest in Microsoft Excel.

Click Here to view the complete Fire Fighting results from the 2011 contest in PDF.

 

Click Here to view the complete RoboWater results from the 2011 contest in Microsoft Excel.

Click Here to view the complete RoboWater results from the 2011 contest in PDF.

 

All prize winners must submit a tax form to receive prize money. US winners must use the w9 form found at http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw9.pdf and international winners must use the w8 form found at www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw8ben.pdf. The forms must be filled out, signed, and mailed or e-mailed to Jessica Studinski. If the forms are not properly filled out, no prize will be awarded. Prize winners must include division and placement with the completed tax form.

E-mail:

jessica.studinski@trincoll.edu

Mail:

Jessica Studinski

Trinity College

300 Summit St

MCEC #309

Hartford, CT 06106

 


The following special prizes were awarded at the 2011 contest.

 

2011 TCFFHRC BURP Champion

Congratulations to:

Fire Monster - No Affiliation

 

Olympiad Exam (Teams)

Junior 
   1.  Beijing Children's Palace, China
   2.  Trouble maker - Beijing Dengshikou Primary School
   3.  Outfire Fairy - Smart Spirit

High School
    1. (tie) FireMonster - No Affiliation and Rocky - Misgav High School, Israel
    3. New Oriental - Beijing New Oriental Foreign Language School

Senior
    1. (tie) Jumbo Shrimp - Tufts University and The Precipitating Pachyderm - Tufts University
    3. (tie) Robot Tom - University of Connecticut and RockLobster - University of Akron
    5. Vash - Shepherd University

 
Olympiad Exam (Individual)

Junior
Lightning Knight -   Jiangsu Jiangyan liangxu Primary School

High School
Saga - Shanghai Tianjiabing High School

Senior 
Martlet - Rochester Institute of Technology

 

 

Poster Session

 

Junior 

1. Outfire Fairy- Smart Spirit

2. ADoT2 - Associacao Desenvolver o Talento

3. ligntning knight- Jiangsu Jiangyan liangxu Primary School

 

High School
1. NESH- Misgav High School
2. MiSiBoT- Misgav High School
3. Rocky - Misgav High School
4. FireMonster - No Affiliation

 

Senior 
1. Celcarrus - The University of Akron
2. Artic Eagle - Georgia Southern University
3. Fire Warrior - Changshu Institute of Technology


Walking

1. Manoide - Instituto de Sistemas e Robotica

2. ADoT1 - Associacao Desenvolver o Talento

 

 

Connecticut Section of the IEEE Awards


The five robots recognized as outstanding robots from Connecticut by the Connecticut Subsection of the IEEE:
 

High School Division
Monty Python - The Williams School
Taft2 - The Taft School

 

Advanced Division

TrinBots - Trinity College

 

RoboWaiter
JTP - Harwinton, CT (Entry Level)
Server Sundaram A - South Windsor, CT (Advanced)

Spirit of the Inventor Award

Monty Python - The Williams School (High School Division)

Monty Python was awarded the Spirit Of the Inventor Award for its unique flame detection system which, through the use of multiple light passages, allowed the measurement of the distance to the candle.

 

Tiny Robot Award


Fire Monster - No Affiliation