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Saturday, December 15, 2018 - 09:30

The IAU Deputy of Research and Technology has announced that winners of the 2nd edition of an international robotics competition, known as RoboCup Asia-Pacific, can study in the university without participating in the entrance exam.

According to IAU public relations, the 2nd edition of an international robotics competition, known as RoboCup Asia-Pacific, was held in two sections of real-life robots and student robots that almost 2,200 people from 15 countries participated in this tournament.

Bijan Ranjbar stated that applying robotics in the industry, commercializing them as well as educating its science and technology are important factors that Qazvin IAU could gain notable achievements by considering them, “fortunately, robots are developing every year in the competition.”

He explained that due to the IAU great capacity, developing technology education is one of the significant goals of the university. Ranjbar also declared that those who ranked first to third at the 2nd RoboCup Asia Pacific in Kish Island, can countinue their education in Islamic Azad University without participating in the university’s entrance exam.

It is worth mentioning that Robotic team from Qazvin Azad University of Iran won the first place in the industrial robots category at the 2nd RoboCup Asia Pacific in Kish Island, southern Iran.

Another Iranian team, from Southeastern province of Kerman, finished second in the competitions, while the team from Singapore ranked the third.

This round of games was attended by Iran, Russia, Australia, Japan, China, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Turkey, Afghanistan and the United Arab Emirates

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