The project started in 2011, in addition to including the annual competition in Portugal aims to provide a complete learning environment in technology by fostering creativity and competence. In this way and in addition to the annual competition, the project is associated with the development of: a robotics kit (Grígora S) firmware in the form of Arduino libraries available and supported on the GitHub community, workshops for students and teachers, outreach activities in schools, spread on the official site of the event and scientific publications. Currently the project also includes a graphical programming language - Scratch.
Going to 4th edition
For students and professors
Starting in 2016-2017
The Micromouse Portuguese Contest 2019 will take place in Gondomar on 27th of April 2019 as part of Robótica 2019. Location of the event:
The Micromouse Portuguese Contest 2018 will take place in Gondomar on 19th of May 2018.
Xin-Hai Cai will be present in Micromouse Portuguese Contest 2017. What are you wainting for? Register at www.micromouse.utad.pt
The Micromouse Portuguese Contest 2017 will take place in Gondomar on 20th of May 2017.
INESC TEC is the main sponsor of the Micromouse Portuguese Contest contest since its first edition.
Ng Beng Kiat will be present at Micromouse Portuguese Contest 2016. He is a professor at Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Electronic and Computer Engineering Division since 1992. He have the world best time – 3.921 s. The is a list of Ng Beng Kiat prizes RoboCup Small Size : 1998 – 2005 Prizes won: Pacific-rim RoboCup 1998 Singapore Read more about Ng Beng Kiat[…]
Peter Harrison will be one of the Micromouse Portuguese Contest 2016 contestants. He have one of the best European times (6.17 s) and is responsible for the site Micromouse Online.
Inova Ria will be official sponsor of Micromouse Portuguese Contest 2016.
The 2016 Micromouse Portuguese Contest 2016 will be supported by EMAJ
It took place at UTAD, on November 25, 2015, at 11:00, the workshop on the Micromouse Portuguese Contest. The workshop was involved in the European Week of Robotics (http://www.eu-robotics.net/cms/index.php?idart=4049) and aimed an introduction to Micromouse kit, developed by Globaltronic in collaboration with UTAD. The kit was developed with a view to easier participation in Micromouse Read more about Micromouse Portuguese Contest Workshop[…]