The robotics team of the Polytechnic University of Tapachula will compete in the 2015 Robotics World Championship to be held in the United States.
The robotics team of the Polytechnic University of Tapachula will compete in the 2015 Robotics World Championship to be held in Louisville, Kentucky, US, in April.
The students from Chiapas won the last national robotics competition, held on March 10 in Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico.
The robotics team of the Polytechnic University in Chiapas is composed of students Higinio Zacarías Gómez, Roymar López González, Osvaldo González Pérez, Juan Valente Martínez García, Francisco García Gómez and Fernando Cossío Esquivel.
The students are advised by professors Alfredo Castillo Solís and Carlos Alberto Gómez Moreno, faculty coordinators of Software Engineering and Automotive Engineering.
Students of the College of Science and Technology Studies of the State of Chiapas (CECyTECH) will also participate in the 2015 Robotics World Championship.
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