There is an international micromouse contest in Portugal on July 16-17th – and I am going to be there!

I am really excited to be invited to the first international Portuguese micromouse contest. Also going will be Ng Beng Kiat from Singapore. It is an honour indeed to be for an event like this. I can only hope to perform well enough to justify their choice. Having never been to Portugal, this is another great opportunity to make new friends and increase my travel horizons.

The organising committee at Universidade de Trás-os Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD) recently sent out this press release for the contest. Visit their site and, if you can make it, sign up to take part.

July 16-17, 2016, Águeda, Portugal

The Micromouse Portuguese Contest is a Micromouse Event that aims at promoting Science and Technology among students from the 1st grade to university studies, as well among the general public, through a robotic competition.

We would like to invite you to participate in the 4th Micromouse Portuguese Contest which will take place July 16-17, 2016, in Águeda, Portugal.

If you are interested in participating, please register your team.

Registration deadline: July 10, 2016
Micromouse Portuguese Contest: July 16-17, 2016

All deadlines are 23:59 GMT.

== Registration ==

Registration is performed through the online form at:

Registration is Free of charge.

== Highlights ==

The Micromouse Portuguese Contest will be organized by UTAD Universisty and INESC TEC, with support from Ciência Viva and is a event supervised by Portuguese Society of Robotics. The event is annual and started in 2013 but this will be the first international edition. For the Micromouse Portuguese Contest 2016 we invited the best Portuguese, Daniel Gonçalves (12 s), the best European, Peter Harrison (6.17 s), and the best of the world, Ng Beng Kiat (3.921 s).

Hoping to see you at Micromouse Portuguese Contest 2016!

Kind Regards,

The Micromouse Portuguese Contest 2016 Organizing Committee


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