Competitions

World widely, there are several competitions, they are:

  • Taiwan Micromouse Intelligent Robot Contest:  takes place in September official website
  • APEC Micromouse Contest(Which is the highest level in America):takes place from February to April. official website

 

Here are some nation wide competition outside of USA:

 

For American Students, there are IEEE regionals at each IEEE regions. East cost students are mostly belong to region 1-3, and region 6 is mostly for students at west coast at west United States.

Regional Web sites (from IEEE.org)

006699 color chipRegion 1(Northeastern U.S.)R1 geo units 006699 color chipRegion 6(Western U.S.)R6 geo units
006699 color chipRegion 2(Eastern U.S.)R2 geo units FFCC33 color chipRegion 7(Canada)R7 geo units
006699 color chipRegion 3(Southern U.S.)R3 geo units E37222 color chipRegion 8(Africa, Europe, Middle East)R8 geo units
006699 color chipRegion 4(Central U.S.)R4 geo units 008542 color chipRegion 9(Latin America)R9 geo units
006699 color chipRegion 5(Southwestern U.S.)R5 geo units 6B1F73 color chipRegion 10(Asia and Pacific)R10 geo units

IEEE-USA (Regions 1-6)

IEEE Region Map

There are several areas in each region are hosting regional micromouse competition every year, they are:
Region 1, Region 2, Region 6 (Southern Area, Central Area).

If you want to compete with more schools from other regions, here are your options:

All America Micromouse Competition(AAMC)

Taken place in early May every year, hosted at University of California, Los angeles. Registration is open to all college students(both graduate and undergraduate) all over the United States.  Official site: Link     Rule: Link

California Micromouse Competition(CAMM)

Taken place in May every year, hosted by University of California, San Diego. Registration is open for all undergraduate students at California, and schools from out side of California are also welcomed.   Official site:Link     Rule: Link