UNSW's triumphant robot soccer team have returned home from the RoboCup world soccer championship in China, with the winner's trophy in their grasp for the second year in a row.
A team of Australian roboticists, who smashed their way to victory at the RoboCup world soccer championship in China for a seond year running, return home on Monday and will be holding a media conference at UNSW.
Australia has smashed its way to victory in the RoboCup world soccer championship for the second year in a row, with UNSW's student team beating the Germans 3-1 in a tense grand final.
UNSW’s team of student engineers and soccer playing robots is heading to China to defend their World Championship title at RoboCup 2015.
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A student developing software to help robots navigate has won the Faculty of Engineering Dean's Award for Excellence in Postgraduate Research.
Emma Field and Nicole McKeon will be among 500 school students - and a record number of girls - bending it like Beckham on the robotic "soccer field" at UNSW this week.
More than 500 school students from around the state, including a record number of girls, have showcased their computer and robotic expertise at UNSW.