Science and robotics, students at work

Science and robotics, students at work

A game that takes itself seriously to imagine a better future. In recent days, the regional qualification for the FIRST® LEGO® League-Challenge International Event of Science and Robotics has been held in Ipsia O. Ricci and in the Itt Montani gymnasium, aimed at students from 9 to 16 years old in Italy on the 10th. Release. For the first turning point, the qualifying stage took place in the Marches and saw great enthusiasm and motivation from the participating teams, which belonged precisely to Ipsia Ricci, Itt Montani and Itet Carducci-Galilei from Fermo; Savoia-Benincasa High School, Itt Volterra-Elia, Ipsia Podesti, IIS Pinocchio from Ancona, IIS Laeng-Meucci from Castelfidardo and IIS from Acquasanta Terme-Roccafluvione.

The theme of this year’s edition of SuperPowered is very exciting, and is related to energy transitions and the transition from fossil to renewable energy sources, with students benchmarking themselves with innovative ideas to improve energy distribution and make it more efficient. The event opened with a performance by the Itet Carducci-Galilei Big Band directed by Mauro Stezza, who sang the national anthem among other things. During the event, which lasted until late afternoon, there was also a speech by Auronzo Mauro, professor at Il Sole 24 Ore Business and Management School and an expert in industrial archeology, who interviewed the speaker Julia Morrissey, shared some history of electricity pills in The marches mixed with the sustainability of the sharecropping model. Itt Volterra-Elia robotics competition was won by Team ElectroLego which edged out a razor’s edge in the third round against Super 1 RA teams of Ipsia Ricci, RoboTeens and RoboCrew, the latter of which won the prize for robot design. The scientific project developed by Montagne’s team aimed at energy efficiency in buildings has been highly appreciated, receiving two awards: the “Beyond Robotics” award and the “Engineering Excellence” award to be collected next May in Rovereto at the Rovereto Civic headquarters. Museum Foundation. Today our cheers go to the two teams from Marche that made it to the national finals: the IIS Laeng-Meucci team from Castelfidardo and the Savoia-Benincasa high school team from Ancona. The support of the Energy Committee of the Engineers’ Guild of Fermo was important, as it provided the technical and professional skills to judge the students, as well as the many companies in the area.

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