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Thursday, June 8 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
FIRST LEGO League: A Competitive Program in S, T, E, and M LIMITED

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FIRST LEGO League (FLL) is an international robotics program that has attracted hundreds of thousands of elementary and middle school students to engineering and computer science. FLL teams design, build, and program autonomous LEGO MINDSTORMS robots to compete in a tabletop robot game. But, FLL is more than robots. FLL teams also conduct and present the results of a scientific research project based on a well-defined theme of societal importance. In this session, you will learn the processes of FIRST LEGO League and how you would go about creating your own team. I will begin by describing the processes that FLL teams follow during a season (including creating and registering a team). This description will include examples of recent themes and robot games. With the time remaining, I will provide an introduction to the construction and programming of LEGO MINDSTORMS robots. Participants are encouraged, but not required, to bring a Windows PC laptop.

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avatar for Root Negative One - FIRST Tech Challenge Team 9879

Root Negative One - FIRST Tech Challenge Team 9879

Don Tyson School of Innovation
We are Root Negative One, FIRST Tech Challenge Team 9879. We are fifteen students from the Don Tyson School of Innovation, and we are about to begin our third season. In addition to competing in FIRST Tech Challenge, we support FIRST LEGO League and FIRST LEGO League Jr in a vari... Read More →
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Richard Cassady

Robotics Team Coach, University of Arkansas
I am a Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering at the University of Arkansas. As one of my community service activities, I am one of the Operational Partners (regional directors) of FIRST LEGO League Arkansas. I coached a FIRST LEGO League team at Young Elementary f... Read More →


Thursday June 8, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm
C106

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