The NASA Swarmathon is a challenge to develop cooperative robotics to revolutionize space exploration. Students will be challenged to develop search algorithms for robotic swarms. Swarmathon participation will: (1) improve student’s skills in robotics and computer science and (2) further advance technology for future NASA space exploration missions.
The 2017 competitions will be from April 18 to April 20.
Visit the official webpage of the NASA Swarmathon Competition at http://nasaswarmathon.com
What a superb video by Universidad de Puerto Rico Recinto de Mayaguez ! It is so great to see this Swarmathon team in action, and especially their awesome commitment to their High School Outreach efforts! Great job you guys!! Thank you so much for this video! 🙂
Posted by NASA Swarmathon on martes, 28 de febrero de 2017
Know the team:
Dr. Gerson Beauchamp Báez: Professor from the Electrical and Computer Department
Dr. Bienvenido Vélez Rivera: Professor from the Computer Science and Engineering Department
Wirber Hernández González: student from the Industrial Engineering Program. He is interested in this project because he wants to gain more knowledge in the different programming languages and help on the organization of Outreach activities. His favorite quote is: “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13
Hiram García López: student from the Software Engineering Program. With this project he wants to gain knowledge in the area of programming and familiarize himself with teamwork, investigations and projects at the university.
Brian E. Muñoz Peña: student from the Computer Science and Engineering Program. He is interested in the NASA Swarmathon because he likes challenges and want to gain more knowledge in the areas of programming, problem solving and analysis.
Jahdiel Álvarez: student from the Software Engineering Program.
Karina N. Gómez Guzman: student from the Industrial Engineering Program. With this project, she wants to expand her knowledge and experiences. Additionally, she wants to develop her networking abilities.
Jan M. González De León: student from the Electrical Engineering Program.
Miguel A. Vega González: student from the Electrical Engineering Program. By participating in this project he wants to develop new algorithms and gain experience.
Eric J. Santillana Santiago: student from the Software Engineering Program.
Luis O. Vega Maisonet: student from the Computer Engineering Program.
Christian Vázquez Lugo: student from the Chemical Engineering Program.