La FIRST® Global è l’evento mondiale che riunisce tutte le nazioni del mondo in una grande competizione dedicata al lavoro di squadra e alla Coopertizione.
FIRST® ispira i giovani ad essere leader e innovatori scientifici e tecnologici coinvolgendoli in entusiasmanti programmi basati su tutor che costruiscono competenze scientifiche, ingegneristiche e tecnologiche, che ispirano l’innovazione e che promuovono capacità di vita a tutto tondo tra cui fiducia in se stessi, comunicazione e leadership.
Fonte foto: FIRST Global 2018 Evento di inagurazione
From ITT “M. Buonarroti”, Trento, Italy. We are all enthusiastic and honored to be part of this prestigious global challenge.
We are six students at a technical high school with different skills and backgrounds:
Valentina Cannariato, programmer
Valentina is a third year student at Lorenzo Respighi High School in Piacenza. She would like in the future to be a doctor. In her spare time she likes to program things. She likes robotics because in the future it will help medicine a lot.
Luca Silva, Team Captain
Luca silva is a third year student at Lorenzo Respighi High School in Piacenza. He would like to be a humanoid programmer. In his spare time he likes to program and build random things. He participated in 5 editions of the FIRST Lego League and is thrilled to go further in robot competitions.
Lorenzo Manini, programmer
Lorenzo Manini is fourth year student at Lorenzo Respighi High School in Piacenza. He would like to become a physicist. In his free time he likes to program and experiment what he studies in his scientific courses. He likes robotics because it merges computer science and physics so he participated in 2 editions of the Nao Challenge.
Our team was selected from an original group of four young people who won the Italian Robotics Olympics (Section Sea) with a robot called the ‘Hydrocarbot’, which is intended to clean water and collect hydrocarbons with a special sponge. Now, two new younger members joined this original group and everybody’s working on this challenge!