Four Legged League

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Organizing Committee

Organizing Committee (legged_orga@tzi.de)
Javier Ruiz-del-Solar, Universidad de Chile, Chile (Chair)
Dan Lee, University of Pennsylvania, USA (Local Co-Chair)
Andrew B. Williams, Spelman College, Atlanta, USA (Local Co-Chair)
Çetin Meriçli, Bogazici University, Turkey
Kai Xu, University of Science and Technology of China, China

Technical Committee (legged_tech@tzi.de)
Exec Members
Claude Sammut, University of New South Wales, Australia
Thomas Röfer, DFKI, Germany
Regular Members
Michael Quinlan, The University of Newcastle, Australia
Mohan Sridharan, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Walter Nisticò, University of Dortmund, Germany
Kai Xu, University of Science and Technology of China, China
Advisory Member
Masahiro Fujita, Sony Corporation, Japan

Rules

The Four Legged Rules can be found at [1] . Soccer rules can be download here [2] . Challenge rules can be downloaded here [3] .

Qualification Procedures and Dates

For the qualification procedures, deadlines and notification dates please visit [4].

The list of qualified teams competing in the Soccer Competition and Technical Challenge Competition
Pre-qualified:

NUbots
Microsoft Hellhounds
German Team
Wright Eagle
Cerberus
Asura
SPRQ + IsoRob

Chosen by committee (Alphabetical order):

ARAIBO
Baby Tigers
Ceres
CMU
DEN-INU
Eagle Knights
FCTwaves
Impossibles
Jolly Pochie
LTU Blue Devils
Metrobots
Northern Bites
SharPKUngfu
TechRams
TJArk
UChile
UT-Austin

Technical Challenge Only Teams:
SpelBots

What to Expect in Atlanta

This section will include information about what the participants should expect at the event. In particular, items like what kind of machines will be available, which OSs, etc.

League Requirements

1. 3 wireless access points (802.11b)
2. 2 PC
3. 3 16-port switches (1 per field)
4. Infrastructure to connect them
5. Light for 1000 lux on all fields
6. Powerstrips for laptops at each table
7. 1 laser printer

The two PCs will be connected to one access point each (game networks). The third access point will be connected to all switches (practice network).



This page is owned by Dan Lee and Andrew B. Williams

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