Teams competing at the UNH pool for SeaPerch

2020 Seacoast Seaperch Challenge

Fri, 03/27/2020
8:00am - 4:00pm
University of New Hampshire
Swasey Pool
UNH Field House
Durham, NH 03824

The Seacoast SeaPerch Regional Competition is an annual event held at the University of New Hampshire on the Durham campus, and includes different challenges for the SeaPerch teams to complete

The challenge includes an obstacle course to test the ROVs' speed and maneuverability a Waterway Clean-up Mission and a poster presentation.

Please note that Registration is a two-step process.

Team Registration

Registration will open in January.  Each school, group or organization can register up to 2 teams to compete in the competition during the Team Registration. Each team must consist of 2-6 students, and up to 2 coaches. At this point, any additional teams that you would like to have compete can go onto our waiting list by contacting Tara Hicks-Johnson We are limited to 50 teams, so register as soon as you can!

Participant Registration

Closer to the event, you will be given a secondary registration link and will need to provide the exact number of students competing along with their information. You do not need to know this information for the initial Team Registration. Payment will be during the Participant Registration step.

Event Details: 

2020 Seacoast Seaperch Challenge Rules

Obstacle Course Scoring Rubric

Waterway Clean-up Mission Scoring Rubric

 

Poster Rubric - Please note at our regional competition we hold a poster competition, you will not have to provide an Engineering Notebook for grading. However, if you place in our regional competition and go to the National Competition, they require a new Technical Report which includes an Engineering Notebook, so just be aware of that and keep excellent notes! 

For details about the National Seaperch program, please visit the SeaPerch Challenge WebPage.

For more information about SeaCoast SeaPerch questions can be emailed to Tara Hicks-Johnson

Cost

$20 per student

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