ThinkLab Awesome Duo Goes to Mapua for Robotics Seminar

June 2, 2014 – Monday

Mapua Institute of Technology – Intramuros, Manila

ThinkLab AWESOME Duo, Engr. Mark Jayson de Jesus and Peter Mark Dela Cruz went to Mapua for an AWESOME seminar. The event was hosted by the Junior Philippine Computer Society – Mapua headed by Ms. Carissa Eustaquio.

The seminar entitled Robotics and the DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Community helped the Mapuans to think on what they can do as Computer Engineers that can help our community. Arduino and the DIY Community makes it possible for Computer Engineers and even non-engineers to be creative and invent or innovate products especially in the field of Robotics that will be useful in our daily lives.

Engr. Mark Jayson de Jesus, ECE, REB as a resource speaker for the Robotics Seminar

Engineer de Jesus together with the Mapuans at the ThinkLab Robotics Seminar

More pictures of the seminar here >> Facebook pictures

And to cap off this wonderful seminar experience, the Mapuans did the AWESOMEST wave they ever had! ENJOY! 🙂


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Thank you and see you on our next events!

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