Logic Technology Development, Technology and Manufacturing Group, Intel Corporation
Authors are high school students from Bytes of Kitkats robotics team which was formed in 2013. In 2016, the team received Oregon championship award in FIRST LEGO League (FLL), a LEGO robotics competition for elementary and middle schools. In 2016, the team moved to FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC). The team has been recognized many times for being an exemplary team in the robot software development and innovate designs in Oregon and also FTC West Regionals.
The team is heading to FTC world Championship event in April 2018. In addition to striving for hardware and software excellence, the Bytes of Kitkats are also focusing on outreach activities in educating young students about robotics in Portland communities, other US states, and countries overseas through camps, workshops, community open houses, and mentoring younger robotics teams.
Bo Li works in software development and management for Logic Technology Development in Technology and Manufacturing Group (TMG) at Intel. He joined Intel in 1999 after receiving Ph.D. from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Since then, he has been focusing on software development, reliability, performance, and testing for a variety of software applications. Outside of work, he volunteers to mentor robotics teams in the community for high school and middle school students to foster more passions and knowledge in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
- On the Road to Reliability for Android Robots in a Physical World - Krishna Saxena, Torin Perkins, Catherine Lee, James Menezes, Bo Li, 2018 Technical Presentation, Abstract, Paper, Slides