Students build robots for national competition

May 20, 2011

FIRST, or For Inspirations and Recognition of Science and Technology) is an innovative robotics competition which builds knowledge of science, technology and engineering.  Students work under strict rules, limited resources and time limits to design, build and program a robot to perform a specific function based on sound engineering principles.  Students competed in head-to-head competitions against other teams from across Texas, United States and Mexico. 

The following students were winners in the competition:

Francis Daniel

Angeles

Brandeis High School

Adriel 

Angeles

Brandeis High School

Matthew

Blake

Brandeis High School

Jose

Cantu

Brandeis High School

Eshan

Halekote

Brandeis High School

Robert

LaVallee

Brandeis High School

Zachary

Rispoli

Brandeis High School

Samantha

Rizo

Brandeis High School

Jonas

Fuglaas

Brandeis High School

Gabriel

Guerrero

Brandeis High School

Gang

Peng

Brandeis High School

Robert

Voorhis

Brandeis High School

Austin

Zurcher

Brandeis High School

Karan

Chadha

Brandeis High School

Mavrick

Jewell

Brandeis High School

Samantha

LaVallee

Brandeis High School

Paige

Petersen

Brandeis High School

Efrain

Rivera

Brandeis High School

Yanfeng 

Zhao

Brandeis High School

Patrick

Serna

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Brianna

Black

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Callie

Downs

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Kira

Holland

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Wesley

Pennock

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Lory

Gallegos

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Nicholas

Galindo

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Morgan

Sinko

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Andrew

Markley

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Leonie

Versteeg

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Gus

Garcia

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Joseph

Langus

Jay Science and Engineering Academy

Daniel

Krause

Jay Science and Engineering Academy