Posts filed under: Students Achievements

About PROMYS The Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS) is a highly selective and challenging program that is designed for high school students to explore deeper into the world of mathematics. Each summer about 80 high school students from...
Each year, up to 161 students are named as Presidential Scholars, one of the nation’s highest honors for high school students. In New Jersey, only eight students were chosen for this honor. This year, long-term SR student Sonia Purohit received...
Two long time SR students, Alex Zhang and Jageep Bhatia, received the highest honor at the 2019 NJRSF . Both are awarded expense-paid trips to attend the 2019 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF). ISEF is the world’s...
A well-established education company named GoWell from Hong Kong acquires Storming Robots to run a two-week robotics workshop during the summer for a group of students from oversea. See this brochure created by GoWell’s marketing team, and here is a...
On Monday, Jan 28 of 2019, over 600 students, gathered at MIT, USA; University of Alicante, Spain; and University of Sydney, Australia to watch cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and astronaut Anne McClain referee the final competition of the Zero Robotics High...
Feb 9th, 2019 | Saturday | from 6:00 to 7:00 pm Topics Presentor Our 2018 ZeroRobotics Team and Participation. Elizabeth Mabrey Highlight of Tech Info about 2018 ZeroRobotics, and what you need to to know. Strategies. Sunny Cheng   Navigation...
Embedded Systems Presentation – Dec 16th, 2018 Where :  Storming Robots Date : December 16th, 2018 – Sunday. Time : Sequence of 5 different topics at 6:15 | 6:35 | 6:55 | 7:15 | 7:35 pm 6:15 pm :  Introduction to Embedded System...
In the effort to raise the awareness of importance in analytics Mathematics skill and deepen mathematical understanding, Storming Robots collaborates with the Raritan Valley Math Group to host annual Math Contest. 3rd Annual Math Contest will be hosted on March...
Combining SLAM with Image Processing to Generate Accurate 2-D Maps [Raspberry PI/Arduino] (2017-18): by Alex Zhang (10th grade) and Sunny Cheng (11th). Both delivered a technical speech at the 2018 World Makerfaire in New York City More details at : https://mp.stormingrobots.com...
Computer Vision Control – Visual Victims(2017-8) by Ethan Wu, (11th Grade) and Daniel Xue (10th Grade). Read details at : http://mp.stormingrobots.com Students also delivered 2 speeches : June, 2018 at 2018 World RobocupJunior in Montreal Sept, 2018 at 2018 World MakerFaire...