Monterey Hills Elementary School (Fall 2017)
Cooktown State School Lab Tour (2017)
Monterey Hills Elementary School (Spring 2017)
Mt. Washington Elementary School (2016)
Hidden Hills Elementary School Tour (2016)
Visit to Living Advantage (2016)
Assembly at Monterey Hills Elementary School (2016) Visit to Oakwood Elementary School (2015) Visit at the Marlborough School (2015) Assembly at Monterey Hills Elementary School (2015) Assembly at Monterey Hills Elementary School (2014) Assembly at Almaden Elementary School (5/15/2013) Assembly at Monterey Hills Elementary School (2013) Assembly at Monterey Hills Elementary School (2012)
EngX@USC Engineering Exploration, USC, 2018 SCout USC Science Outreach Day, USC, 2018 Math, Engineering, Science Advancement (MESA) 2017, USC, 2017 Engineering is SWEll--Design Thinking for SAR, USC, 2017 Robotics Open House 2017, USC, 2017 EngX@USC Engineering Exploration, USC, 2017 Robotics Open House 2016, USC, 2016 Math, Engineering, Science Advancement (MESA) 2016, USC, 2016 Festival of Books 2015, USC, 2015 Robotics Open House 2015, USC, 2015 Robotics Open House 2014, USC, 2014 Girl Scouts visit for Bronze Award, USC Interaction Lab, August 5, 2013 Center for Engineering Diversity (CED) Program 2013, USC Interaction Lab, 2013 Robotics Open House 2013, USC, 2013 DGA Directors Retreat, California Science Center, September 15, 2012 NY World Science Festival, Brooklyn, NY, May 30 - June 3, 2012 Robotics Open House 2012, USC Interaction Lab, 2012
We provide a limited number of tours in order to minimize disruptions to students, research, and neighboring labs. If you are interested in arranging a tour for you group, please contact our coordinator, Eric Deng (denge AT usc.edu) with the following information:
- Group affiliation
- Age distribution of group
- Size of group
- Prefered tour date (be sure to let us know how flexible this is!)
- Prefered duration (15 minutes - 1 hour)
- Prefered time (we may not be able to accommodate this will do our best; please provide a reasonable range you can work with.
Due to our limited resources, we do not do tours for individuals or families. If your group is too large (~25+), we may have to split you up into two or more separate tours that may or may not be possible on the same date. The more flexible you are, the more easily we can schedule your tour.
Our PhD students offer these tours on a volunteer basis. They are very busy with research so please excuse any delays in response. We will get back to you, but be sure to contact us early!
In order to maximize the number of people who can come see our work, the robotics researchers at USC also hold a free, day-long USC Robotics Open House during the National Robotics Week.