Sufian IAU Ranks 2nd in Int’l Robotic Competition

Sufian IAU Ranks 2nd in Int’l Robotic Competition شنبه 30 بهمن 1395 - 12:39

The Robotics Team of Islamic Azad University, Sufian branch, has succeeded in gaining second place in events at the 12th robotic and AI specialized exhibition at Babol Industrial University.

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