Robofest is a festival of competitions and events with autonomous robots that encourages students to have fun while learning principles of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and Computer Science. Students design, construct, and program the robots. Any robotics kits are allowed in the construction of robots. Robots can be programmed with any programming language. Robofest programs support Computer Science for All.
Since 2000, over 25,000 students have competed in Robofest, including teams from 15 United States and the countries of Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Egypt, England, Ecuador, France, Ghana, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Korea, Lebanon, Macau, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Romania, Singapore, South Africa, Taiwan, and UAE.
Teams compete in the junior (grades 5-8), senior (grades 9-12), and college divisions. For RoboParade, Junior includes 4th grade. Student teams, composed of up to five members each, can participate in a variety of events in 2019:
|Accomplish robotics missions using fully autonomous robots. Robofest Game especially puts math skills to the test.||CLOSED|
|Each team has complete freedom to show off any creative computer programmed robotics R&D project.||
|Vision Centric Challenge. Advanced category for Sr. high school and college students||CLOSED|
|Be the first robot to push intentionally a bottle off the table OR be the last robot remaining on the table. (Level: beginners)||CLOSED|
|A parade of autonomous robotic floats (Level: beginners)||CLOSED|
|RoboArts (Formerly GRAF). Robotic Music, Fashion & Dance, Robotic Painting, and Interactive Kinetic Sculptures||CLOSED|
|Unknown Mission Challenge. Mission tasks will be totally unknown until the day of competition||CLOSED|
|Camps||Hands-on workshops + mini competitions||CLOSED|
|Hands-on STEM+C learning with interactive robots||CLOSED|
|World conference on Integrated STEaM Education through Robotics||CLOSED|
2019 Competition Registration is Closed for Qualifiers and Open Categories.