If you under 18, you can participate in the challenge to finish the euRathlon 2013 story. The best 3 stories (depending on age year of the author) will be featured on our website and will become the “official” versions of the story. The 3 winners will also receive an in-kind prize sponsored by Texas Instruments and a signed copy of the book “Robotics. A very short introduction” by Prof Alan Winfield. Send your story to email@example.com before the 30th of June 2015.
You can print the PDF template, write on it and scan it back to us. Or you can send us the story as a text document (i.e. Word, Writer, etc.). Don’t forget to add your name, age year, and the name of your school/college!
Here’s the unfinished story: http://www.eurathlon.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/eurathlon_story_land.pdf
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The TI University Program is the intersection between TI technology, educators and the engineers of tomorrow. Our advanced analog and embedded processing technologies fuel the passions of students and educators in universities worldwide.The mission of our Program is to support educators who teach courses based on TI technology, where we can help with appropriate TI tools, technical support and teaching materials that are used in Labs. Furthermore, TI University Program organizes a yearly European-wide student competition called the TI Innovation Challenge where the teams can gain Industry reputation, big cash prizes and valuable experience. To know more, please go on www.ti.com/eup, and for the competition on www.ti.com/tiic-eu