BAIRS stands for Bellingham Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Society.
It is a Washington State non-profit cooperation that was formed in 2004. BAIRS is open to the citizens of Bellingham and Whatcom County.
BAIRS meets on the third Sunday of each month during the regular academic year, from 2 to 3 pm in room 404, which is located
in the Communications Facility Building on the Western Washington University Campus.
The Society was founded by Dr. Jianna Zhang, Terry Harmer, Aaron Lebovitz, and Natasa Lazetic.
The board of directors is formed by university professors, citizens of Whatcom County, high school
and elementary school representatives, and students.
Who should come to BAIRS?
Anyone who wants to share their experiences with robotics, artificial intelligence, or simply wants to build a robot.
BAIRS also organize Junior BAIRS groups all over the County. We send experienced students to these groups
to help and direct the learning.
For more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I learn more about BAIRS or Robotics?
1.See our website at http://www.all-aces.org/bairs/
3.Come to the meeting and learn
For WWU student robot club: http://all-aces.org/wsrc/
Mission Statement of WWU Student Robot Club
The Western Student Robot Club aims to create an educational environment based on team work that nurtures
creativity and innovation through robotics. Here students are able to apply and extend class room knowledge to
real world scenarios, work with peers and reach out to other universities, high schools, and communities
through the field of robotics.