Category: Robotics

Here is a record of my work with robotics

Robotics update mid October

Yesterday was  a great example of our outreach.  Several of our students led a LEGO Mindstorm programming workshop for the Educational Forum at BUA.  There were over 30 middle school students who attended the workshops. The students have been busy building VEX and FTC robots, and preparing for our Lego League Tournament.  As you prepare […]


So as I have mentioned, I am on sabbatical, working at the Tuft’s Center for Engineering Education and Outreach. It is an exciting place, with educational engineering research combined with software and hardware development. As you walk down the hall to my desk, you see And of course, there are LEGOS everywhere. If I look […]

Update on robotics camps at BU

There are two great articles on BU Today I wanted to bring attention to. These are both day camps at BU. First, there is a nice article on U-Design Camp. This is the camp that Team 246 was teaching the last couple of weeks of July. There is also a great article on the Artemis […]

A week of LEGO Robotics Camp!

So Alejandro spent the week at Tufts University every day this week at the Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) which is where I am going to be spending some time in the fall during my sabbatical.   Alejandro has an exciting week in the CEEO CoED LEGO Robotics Workshop.  I highly advise this camp […]

LEGO Engineering Symposium

It has been a cool three days at Tufts University with the LEGO Engineering Symposium at the CEEO.   We saw the new edition of Lab View and Andy Bell introduced some new LEGO Green Challenge educational products.  If you are looking for an off-season FLL activity for your students, this would be great and […]