Minos 2012 is just two weeks away. There is still time to arrange to attend. So that you can see what you are missing, here is a first draft of the schedule:
This is a rough draft and is quite flexible.
10:30 Registration and Coffee
11:00 Welcome and Administrivia – Adrian Johnstone
11:10 FAT CAT’s DIY wheel encoders – Tim Foden
11:40 Surface Mount Technology for Schools – Bernard Grabowski
12:00 Rapid Prototyping of Robot Parts – Martyn Pittuck
13:00 Laser Cutting Techniques for Robot Parts – Tony Wilcox
13:30 Laser Cut Schools Robots – David Hannaford
14:00 Raspberry Pi – Ken Hewitt
14:20 Open Source Tools for the STM32F4 Discovery – Garry Bulmer
15:00 Afternoon Coffee
15:30 APEC Contest Report – Derek Hall
15:50 Asia contest Report – Peter Harrison
16:30 An unusual Wall follower Sensor system – Duncan Louttit
16:50 Sleepless in Seattle – Harjit Singh
19:00 Dinner at the Village bar
Breakfast in hall
10:00 Practice and heats
12.00 Prize ceremony
If you are on the list and need your time or title changing, or if you spot errors contact me and I will sort it out.
If you have not yet registered, or would just like to turn up on the day:
To book your place, please complete and return the registration form with payment. There will be three options:
- residential £80 for the two day event including overnight stay on Saturday in College accommodation (Reid Hall of Residence, single en suite rooms, full English breakfast included)
- residential £125 for the two day event including overnight stay on Friday and Saturday in College accommodation (Reid Hall of Residence, single en suite rooms, full English breakfast included)
- non-residential £25 for those who don’t need overnight accommodation but will attend the day events.
On-line booking now available via the Royal Holloway website
Registration includes tea/coffee breaks, but not lunches, on Saturday and Sunday. Lunch can be bought on campus. We plan to go out for a dinner on Saturday evening, all pay their own way.
Looking forward to seeing you all.