The Second Robocon Competition for TVU Students, 2012


To encourage studying, applied research and creativity in the area of engineering and science of TVU students as well as select the best students for “Robocon Competition in Vietnam” annually, on October 6th, 2012, the second Robocon competition for TVU students with the topic “Legend of Ba Om Pond” was taken place in Multi-Functional Competition Hall in Campus 4, TVU. Mr. Nguyen Tien Dung, Vice Rector of TVU, participated in and delivered his speech. At the opening section, the competition’s Organization Board warmly welcomed representatives of TVU Rector Board, sponsors and students to support the competition.

The commemorative photo of the teams, TVU Rector Board and Organization Board at the opening section

In this competition, there were ten teams majored in Electricity, Electronics, Mechanics, Informatics and Technology under the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, TVU. There were four members and two robots in each team including an automatic robot and a controlled robot. These robots were run under the Organization Board’s regulations. The first and second round of the competition were taken place in the morning and in the afternoon respectively. The teams performed excellently in the two exciting rounds.

At the closing section, the Organization Board selected the four most excellent teams to award the first, second, third and consolation prize. This event is one of TVU’s annual activities to create opportunity for TVU students to exchange their knowledge and promote their creativity in studying. This competition also helped TVU instructors to get more experience through conducting and supporting their students to run robots.

The competition’s photos:

Mr. Nguyen Tien Dung, Vice Rector of TVU delivered his speech at the opening section

An automatic robot was running

Students were running their controlled robots

Mr. Nguyen Tien Dung, Vice Rector of TVU awarded certificates of merit and the sponsors’ gifts to the best team.  

Translated by Diem Thuy

Communication and Public Promotion Center

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