NCaFLL (Northern California FIRST LEGO League)
2004 NCaFLL Tournament
We will be selling 3 souvenirs at the 2004 NCaFLL Tournament;
The tournament DVD will contain a recap of the tournament, award winning "No Limits" project presentations, top performing robot performance rounds and other highlights of the tournament. It will be mailed out shortly after the tournament. We will consider making other tournament DVDs upon request such as an "All robot performances" and an "All presentations" versions or similar - contact us with your request.
Thank you !!!!
Homestead H.S., Leland H.S., Andrew Hill Red Cross Club, Mission San Jose H.S., Hopkins Junior H.S., Westmont H.S. and Santa Clara H.S.
GE, Lockheed Martin, Google, Agilent, NVidia, Broadcom, Foundry Networks, NASA, Robotics Learning, Robotics Society of America, PARC, Cadence, Hitachi Storage Software Inc., Sploids, Novellus, Ohlone College, KLA-Tencor, Intel, Harker Academy, GIFTE and Cisco Systems.
Learn more about tournament volunteering.
We will be giving out the following 29 awards:
We will be following FLL guidelines.
A team may win up to 2 awards only if one of them is for Robot Performance.
The Director's Award is based on equal weighting of Robot Performance, Teamwork, Robot Design and Research Presentation.
The Research Presentation Award winner is the teams that excels in the areas of Research Quality, Innovative Solution and Creative Presentation. The Robot Design Award winner is the team that excels in not just Robust and Innovative Design but also in Robust and Innovative Programming.
An invitation to the FLL World Festival (International FLL Festival held in April in Atlanta during the FRC national championship tournament) goes to the Director's Award winner. If the first place Director's Award winner can not attend and the second place winner can not, then any team participating in the NCaFLL state tournament is allowed to apply to FIRST and a lottery will be held to determine the team that will represent Northern California. Note that there is a separate registration fee required and the attending team is responsible for all travel costs.
2004 Regional/Qualifying FLL Tournaments
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