Fifty potential candidates will be recruited to take part in the Thaicom Robocamp 2013 and five of them will be sent to Japan to compete in RoboCup Japan Open 2014.

The Thaicom Foundation, with the cooperation of Mahidol University's college of engineering, is now looking for 50 potential candidates to join the four-day event, which is scheduled for October 24-27.

According to Paethongtan Shinawatra, the General Secretary of the ThaiCom Foundation, this is the third year the Thaicom Robocamp has been held with the aim to develop Thailand’s science and technology.

Interested candidates is requested to send a three-minute video entitled “Robot and My Future” to the Foundation. Applications will be accepted until August 30. The names of the selected candidates will be announced on September 14.-VNA