The Romanian student team won the First Tech Challenge world robotics championship for the second time

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Bucharest, April 22, 2024RBJ – The AICitizen robotics team of the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” College from Focşani/Romania won the First Tech Challenge robotics world championship, which took place from April 17 to 20, in Houston, in the United States of America, announced the team coordinator, professor Tiberiu Oprea.

The Focsan team reached the finals in alliance with two other teams, The Clueless from San Diego and California and Texpand from CapeTown, South Africa, AICitizen being the Captain team.

Another team from Romania also reached the finals, Ro2D2 from Ploiesti, which made an alliance with RoboKings Aurum from Sunshine Coast, Australia and Hawk – Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, the Ploiesti team also being the Captain team of the alliance.

The AICitizen alliance won with a score of 400 to 374.

At the awards ceremony, students from several countries shouted “Romania!” and celebrated the victory of the students from Focșani:

The AICitizen team consists of 12 students: Irina Curcă, Elisa Elena Baciu, Petru Stoica, Raul Ştefan Buşilă, Marius Bogdan Hanu, Rami Stanilă, Cosmin Daniel Lupu, Călin Matei Sandu, Ştefania Găină, Rareş Costin Constantinescu, Bianca Maria Gorgan and Tudor Deian Bernovici, coordinated by professor Tiberiu Oprea.

More than 200 of the world’s best robotics teams participated in the First Tech Challenge World Robotics Championship in the USA.
Of the 30 teams entered in the competition, 23 were from the United States, four from Romania and three from Africa.

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