Brandon
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Robert L. Behnken, PhD, NASA astronaut/engineer, USAF Lt. Col., and Washington University in St. Louis alumnus with Brandon following the Robert M. Walker Distinguished Lecture Series physics colloquium on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010, at Washington University in St. Louis
Brandon holding a partially completed BRAT biped chasis
Brandon holding a partially
completed BRAT biped chasis
Robert L. Behnken, PhD, NASA
astronaut/engineer, USAF Lt. Col., and
Washington University in St. Louis
alumnus with Brandon following the
Robert M. Walker Distinguished
Lecture Series physics colloquium on
Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010, at
Washington University in St. Louis
Brandon takes aim at Tyler during open play at the Wentzville Wacky Warriors Paintball/Airsoft field
Brandon takes aim at Tyler during open play at the Wentzville Wacky
Warriors Paintball/Airsoft field
Brandon is 17 years old, and
this is his third year in FTC.  
He loves just about
everything to do with robots,
computers and
programming.  Brandon is
also a member of FRC Team
#1444, the Lightning
Lancers, where he serves as
the leader of the software
division.  He also drove the
robot for the 2013 FRC St.
Louis regionals!

Brandon is interested in
pursuing a degree in
computer
science/engineering, and
would love to go into
robotics.  In addition to the
FIRST robots, he is building
and programming a
quadruped and quadrotor.  
He is also a developer for LEAP and the new LEAP Motion.
Brandon is an intern at Washington University, serving as a
programmer for the Dean of the Physics Department.

Brandon’s other interests include airsoft operations, Japanese
language and culture, MMORPG’s and his pet Chihuahua.

Please be sure to visit Brandon’s blog at
www.mechakana.
com
Brandon on the main campus of
Washington University in St. Louis
Brandon demonstrates his robot at a
2013 Junior FLL Expo
Brandon driving FRC Team 1444's
robot at the 2013 Missouri Regionals