Schedule and information
Maryland Robotics Day starts in the Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building on the University of Maryland campus in College Park. [View a map]
When should you arrive?
• We have designed this year's event in two tracks. The industry and government professionals track is in the afternoon and includes a special keynote address at 1:00 pm by Jessy Grizzle, the noted University of Michigan roboticist. We are asking our student guests to NOT attend the afternoon session. Industry and government guests may choose to attend the morning session if it is more convenient, but please be aware that the morning activities are geared towards students.
• We suggest you arrive on campus between noon and 1:00 p.m. Our robotics labs and demonstrations will open for visitors at 2:00, but you will not want to miss Jessy Grizzle's exciting keynote speech at 1:00.
Where should you go first?
• Maryland Robotics Day starts in the Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building on the University of Maryland campus in College Park. [View a map] Our registration and information table is here, and Jessy Grizzle's speech also is in this building.
• You should park in either the Paint Branch Visitors Parking Lot (closest) or, if it is full, the Regent's Drive Parking Garage. Visit our directions page for more information. There is no free parking on campus, so be prepared to pay parking fees.