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SFR(obot)SA News Special Report: Robotic Autonomy Course Graduation Day Contest & Exhibition at Carnegie Mellon West at NASA Ames Research Park

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  • Clifford J. Thompson
    Greetings Carbon-Based Units, Here is a new San Francisco Robotics Society of America (RSA) robot website update: NASA Ames Research Park Carnegie Mellon West
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 31, 2002
      Greetings Carbon-Based Units,

      Here is a new San Francisco Robotics Society of America (RSA) robot website
      update:

      NASA Ames Research Park Carnegie Mellon West Robotic Autonomy Course
      Graduation Day Contest & Exhibition Report.

      August 16, 2002 Carnegie Mellon West, Bldg. 17, NASA Research Park, NASA
      Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA.

      A report covering the following recent NASA event announcement:

      "...STUDENTS TO DEMONSTRATE SOPHISTICATED ROBOTS AT NASA...Thirty Bay Area
      high school students will demonstrate the amazing capabilities of their
      newly constructed robots on Friday, Aug. 16, capping a seven-week summer
      robotics camp held at NASA... The demonstration will begin at 11:00 a.m. PDT
      and continue until 4:00 p.m. PDT in the lobby and in front of Carnegie
      Mellon West, located in Bldg. 17 at NASA Research Park. The robots were
      constructed during this summer's July 1 to Aug. 16 robotics camp offered by
      Carnegie Mellon University at its west coast campus. The camp was held in
      collaboration with NASA Ames Research Center, located in California's
      Silicon Valley..."

      The report includes scans of competition event handouts as well as links to
      Robotic Autonomy course materials, generously provided by Robotic Autonomy
      course instructor Illah Nourbakhsh, assistant professor of robotics at
      Carnegie Mellon's Robotics Institute, and uploaded to the San Francisco
      Robotics Society of America Yahoo eGroups Discussion Group Files area.


      Report: Home page, Direct link
      http://www.robots.org#CMU
      http://www.robots.org/NASA_AmesCMURoboticAutonomy.htm


      All Righty Then!

      Cliff Thompson
      Mediameister,
      San Francisco
      Robotics Society of America (RSA)
      www.robots.org
      Founder,
      San Francisco Bay Area
      & Silicon Valley
      AIBO Club (SFBASVAC)
      www.robots.org/AIBO/
      clifftrobot@...
      (650) 655-6695 (home/office)
      (650) 954-6070 (mobile)
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