REGISTRATION FEES ARE NON REFUNDABLE
MAR 7 2017
David Pietrocola '08, Co-Chair
Allison Mathis '07, Co-Chair
The ability to effectively communicate technical ideas and to describe designs in an increasingly important skill for engineers and scientists. The contest aims to encourage the development of such communication skills. In 2017 the poster competition is required for all teams and is required to win a cash prize. All encourage all teams to summarize and convey their efforts by designing and delivering a presentation that explains the design and functionality of the robot.
Teams will present using a traditional scientific poster format, which involves designing a poster following established scientific poster templates. Please view the rules and template examples by downloading them from our DropBox. The section that relates to the Poster Presentation Rules can be found on page 38.
All posters must be hung and displayed by 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 1, 2017 for judging.
Additional examples can be found here.
April 1-2, 2017 Hartford, Connecticut USA
Trinity College International Robot Contest
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