NTU Wins 6 First Prizes in 2022 RoboWork


Ten teams from NTU were reported to have won 6 First Prizes, 2 Second Prizes, and 2 Winner’s Prizes in the 2022 Robowork.

Since it was established by CAAI (Chinese Association for Artificial Intelligence) in 2011, the RoboWork has steadily become an influential competition on robotic science and technology in China. The 2022 competition attracted over 3,000 teachers and students, with the final results determined by online judging due to the pandemic.

The robotics competition, as one of the important academic competition platforms to improve college students’ creativity and practical skills, has always achieved great attention from NTU. Under the guidance of the instructors, teams keep training throughout the year, with strengthened cohesion integrated with the experienced and the novice, and thus repeatedly winning honors for our university in domestic competitions. The winning teams this year are jointly founded by the School of Electrical Engineering, the School of Transportation and Civil Engineering and the School of Zhangjian.