More than 700 future mathematicians and robotic enthusiasts competed in the annual International Math and Robot Challenge in Thailand.

More than 700 future mathematicians and robotic enthusiasts competed in the annual

International Math and Robot Challenge in Thailand.

 

Pan-Asia International School hosted the preliminary round last March 9, 2019.  Now on its 8th year and with the inclusion of the Robotics Challenge, the competition was bigger and more grander. As Rangsit University hosted the final round of the competition last March 11, 2019, lots of distinguished guests in the field of the academe graced the event.  Dr. Attawit Ourairat, Rangsit University’s Vice President for Management and Planning gave the opening remarks. He said that the participants’ journey can lead them to a successful future. “Winning or losing is not the focus; what matter is the starting point. The most important thing in life is the thrill of the challenge “, he added.

 

This year’s competition is a milestone with the Robotics competition getting more recognized. The best and the brightest students from around Asia has gathered not only to compete but to celebrate excellence in the field of Mathematics and Robotics. The competition aimed to further stimulate and sharpen their mathematical and robotic skills. The event also provided an opportunity for the students and teachers to see familiar faces and gain new acquaintances during the three-day competition. It also united the students and teachers from difference races and embraced the differences and similarities of each countries’ culture. Truly, Mathematics and Robotics challenge can be a great tool to unite people and celebrate academic excellence.

 

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