Students from Rzeszów win the Mars rovers competition again

Legendary Rover Team from Rzeszów University of Technology for the second time won the prestigious race Mars rovers competition - University Rover Challenge, which ended in the US. Third place went to the team Continuum from the University of Wroclaw. University Rover Challenge (URC) is a prestigious international competition of Mars rover built by students from all over the world. Students competed on 2 - 4 June in the American desert in Utah near the Mars base analogue MDRS. Among the 28

Mars rover "Lem" from Gdańsk University of Technology

Gdańsk University of Technology students have built their own Mars rover. "Lem" - named in honour of the famous science fiction writer - will start in the American competition University Rover Challenge 2016, and later serve as an educational platform for students of robotics. Qualification process for University Rover Challenge (URC) is still in progress. In late March it will turn out which teams will have an opportunity to test the possibilities and, above all, agility of their rovers in the
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International Week at Vistula University

Political parties and international organisations, diplomacy, medical and smart tourism, economics and accounting, globalization, information technology, philology and many more– between 23.03-27.03, students will be able to take part in a series of lectures given by foreign lecturers. Limited number of places. Registration until March 18. International Week is an event prepared for all students of Vistula University . Lectures will cover the following areas : economics, business, finance,

European Higher Education Fair India 2014

The European Higher Education Fair India took place in the cities of Delhi, Bangalore and Kolkata from 30 November 2014 to 5 December 2014. Showcasing nearly 90 globally renowned higher education institutions, including some of the world’s top-ranked universities, from across 23 member nations of the European Union, the Fair was an unqualified success with over 6,500 unique visitors. Poland was represented at the Fair by four leading universities - the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń,

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