Frequently Asked Questions

ITURO 2024 will be organized at the ITU Süleyman Demirel Cultural Center on the dates of May 2-3-4.

No, anyone who wishes can participate as a contestant in our organization.

To participate as a contestant in ITURO 2024, registering through will be sufficient. If you want to be a participant, not a contestant, in İTÜRO 2024, you don't need to go through any registration stages.

For each competition, both the rules specific to the relevant category and the overarching rules for all categories apply. Therefore, we recommend carefully reading both sets of rules when preparing for the competition. Additionally, despite our careful preparation of the rules initially, changes may be made during the process to address any overlooked issues, so it is advisable to review the rules again in the final stages to avoid any problems.

Objections related to competitions should be made using a pre-determined objection petition format.

In situations not specified in the rules, the sole authority is the competition referee. The referee makes decisions using their own discretion.

No, it is not possible to test your robot on the competition track. However, there will be replicas of the tracks in the Technical Room, where testing is allowed.

No, during the event, participants are responsible for their robots and all other personal belongings.

Yes, in the Technical Room designated for participants during the event, there will be tools such as soldering iron, solder, wire cutter, and others available.

We will publish the schedule on our website and social media accounts once it is finalized.

The final results of all competitions will be announced during the award ceremony on the last evening of the event.

Unfortunately, due to budget constraints, we are unable to provide assistance with transportation, accommodation, and meals during the event.