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NCaFLL (Northern California FIRST LEGO League)

2004 NCaFLL Tournament

When Saturday, January 8th, 2005
Where San Jose City College 2100 Moorpark Ave SJ
 

This Year's Challenge

 

# Teams 64 State Qualifying Teams All 2004 FLL Teams
Schedule Detailed Tournament Schedule
General Schedule
8:45 am
Opening Ceremony
9 - 5
Competition
5:30 pm
Closing Ceremony

Team Registration Payment Details FORMS
Team Details Competition Details, Team Schedules & a Checklist of what to bring

Maps

 Enter from Bascom Ave.  Mapquest, Yahoo!Maps

Campus Map - JPEG, PDF

Directions  

I-280 South to Campbell/Winchester Blvd exit. Turn left onto Moorpark Avenue and right onto Bascom Ave. Turn left into campus - you will immediately enter a very large student/staff parking lot.

From Morgan Hill: I-280 North to Leigh Ave/Bascom Ave exit. Continue on Parkmoor Ave and turn left onto S. Bascom Ave. Turn left into campus - you will immediately enter a very large student/staff parking lot. .

From Fremont: I-880 South to San Carlos/Stevens Creek exit and continue east to San Carlos. Turn right at 2nd light onto Bascom Avenue. Just past the 4th light, turn left into campus - you will immediately enter a very large student/staff parking lot. .

 
Free Parking All lots on campus are available to park for free - we recommend using the lots on the SOUTHWEST corner of the campus (Bascom Ave side) Do not park in the parking garage on the NorthEast side of campus unless you like very long walks.
 

 

2004 NCaFLL Tournament Sponsors/Donors

 

2004 NCaFLL Souvenirs

We will be selling 3 souvenirs at the 2004 NCaFLL Tournament;

  • a DVD of the tournament
  • a DVD of the "No Limits" Justin Case animation video
  • a "No Limits" Enamel Pin

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.

These tournament souvenirs are available using our online order form or by sending an email reservation to us and sending us a check or money order.

 

2004 Volunteers

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.

 

 

2004 Tournament Awards

We will be giving out the following 29 awards:

Director's Award 1st , 2nd Place
Robot Performance 1st , 2nd, 3rd Place
  Teamwork     1st , 2nd Place
  Research Presentation 1st , 2nd Place
  Research Quality 1st , 2nd Place
    Innovative Solution     1st , 2nd Place
    Creative Presentation     1st , 2nd Place
  Robot Design 1st , 2nd Place
Robust Programming 1st , 2nd Place
Innovative Programming 1st , 2nd Place
Robust Design 1st , 2nd Place
Innovative Design 1st , 2nd Place
  Judge's Award (1)  
  Against All Odds (1)  
  Mentor Award (2)  

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

Tournament Date Advancing Teams Status
Sacramento
11/20
4
Los Altos
11/20
6
results PDF
San Jose Unified
12/4
28
Fremont
12/11
14
El Sobrante
12/11
7
results
Palo Alto
12/12
5
Total Team Slots
 
64
 

 


Additional Resources

Note: some of the information below links off-site. We are in the process of migrating from the old site to this site.

 

Donating to Support NCaFLL

Donations directly support as many as 640 students annually, and indirectly support up to an additional 2000 more each year. Donations can be made by either of 2 methods:

Method 1 - Check by Mail:
Send your check, Payable to "Playing At Learning - NCaFLL" to:

Playing At Learning
42668 Lerwick Street
Fremont, CA 94539

Method 2 - PayPal
(Make sure in include a reference to NCaFLL Donation in the "Payment For" portion of the PayPal form.)
For information on other types of donations (equipment, materials, services, etc.) contact Mark Edelman (marke@playingatlearning.org)

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