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Yakut schoolchildren performed at the International Robotics Competition in Korea
Students from Yakutia successfully performed at the International Youth Competition in Robotics (IYRC) based on the Korean educational robot kits HUNA - MRT, the press service of the Yakut administration reports.
In the creative competition "My Robot, My Friend" Kirill Popov from the Khatas Secondary School (teacher - Konstantin Popov) received the Main Prize from the City Hall of Daejeon for his development of "Robot Dog". The first place in this competition was awarded by the jury to Volodya Yandreev and Stanislav Vasiliev from Khotochchunskaya secondary school for "Robot-trainer" (teacher - Pavel Chernogradskiy), second place - to Artem Danilov from Chukarskaya secondary school for "Robot-bulldozer", third place - to Nyurgustan Sergeev Koryakin from the Namskoy secondary school of the Verkhnevilyui ulus for "Robot-Mower".
Participant of robotic competitions Zakharova Anna from Igideyskaya secondary school (teacher - Vladimir Lopatin) managed to take second place in the competition "Movement along the line", and Ivanov Arthur from the Center for Children's Scientific and Technical Creativity of Namsky Ulus (teacher - Varvara Ivanova) - third place in the competition " Labyrinth ".
The International Youth Robotics Competition (IYRC) based on the Korean educational robot kits HUNA - MRT became the first international robotics competition in which Yakut schoolchildren took part. More than 200 children from Australia, Vietnam, Indonesia, China, Korea, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore and Thailand gathered in Daejeon, the famous science and technology capital of Korea, to take part in these competitions. Russia in the IYRC competitions was represented by 18 students from 11 schools in Yakutsk, Verkhnevilyuisky, Megino-Kangalassky, Namsky, Nyurbinsky, Tatty and Khangalassky uluses.