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PI Bernardo Cunha
Participants Bernardo Cunha, João Cunha, João Silva, João M. O. S. Rodrigues, José Luís Azevedo, José M. N. Vieira, Ricardo Dias, Pedro Fonseca, Nuno Lau, Luís Seabra Lopes, Artur Pereira, Armando J. Pinho, Alina Trifan
Funded by UA, DETI, IEETA
Global funding (€) 104,000€143,520 USD
RU funding (€) 39,000€53,820 USD
Starts 2009/01/01
Ends 2015/12/31

CAMBADA (acronym of Cooperative Autonomous Mobile roBots with Advanced Distributed Architecture) is the RoboCup middle-size league soccer team of the University of Aveiro, Portugal. This project started officially in October 2003. The team has participated in several RoboCup competitions, namely, RoboCup2004, RoboCup2006, DutchOpen2006, RoboCup2007 through RoboCup2012,GermanOpen 2010, Dutch Open 2012 and in the last ten editions of the Portuguese Robotics Open: Robotica2004 though Robotica2013.

CAMBADA middle-size robotic soccer team is now the Portuguese consecutive seven times Champion, have won the 1st place in the Portuguese Robotics Open 2007 through 1012 (second in the Robotica 2013 - lost against TU Eindhoven in the final but keeps as the best Portuguese team), ranked 5th in the RoboCup World Championship 2007, won the RoboCup World Championship 2008, ranked 3rd in the RoboCup World Championship 2009, 2nd in the RoboCup German Open 2010 and more recently placed 3rd in the RoboCup World Championship 2010 and 2011 and Dutch Open 2012. CAMBADA also won the 1st place in the RoboCup World Championship MSL Technical Challenge in 2009 and 2012, and the 1st place in the RoboCup World Championship MSL Scientific Challenge in 2011. More information can be found at: