The National Instruments Autonomous Robotics Competition is a student robotics competition designed to encourage development and innovation in the field of robotics. NIARC features competing student teams representing the top universities from across Australia and New Zealand, with each team developing an autonomous robot within 7 months, ultimately competing in a live competition at […]
Droid Racing Challenge, workshops, AGM The Droid Racing Challenge is just over a month away now, on the 29th of June from 10am – 3pm around the Kidney Lawn at QUT Gardens Point. All spectators are welcome. Self-driving vehicles from eight different university teams will be competing in races around a specially designed race course. […]
The Robotics Club welcome night had a great turnout, with most in attendance finding it worthwhile, even if just for the free pizza :). More information about the nights topics can be found around this website, particularly information about the projects we are running this year. Remember to sign up on QUT OrgSync, https://orgsync.com/login/QUT.
The Robotics Club welcome night will be held this Friday 4th of March at the S block level 11 cantina at 5pm. Speakers will include QUT Blue Box (commercialisation), research academics, QUT careers, SEF technical services, and an overview of our plans for the semester and year including workshops and projects.
QUT is hosting Robotronica again this year, and QUT Robotics Club is involved in heaps of the exhibits this time around. Check out the event website at http://www.robotronica.qut.edu.au/
On Friday 31st of July (Friday week 2) QUT Robotics Club hosted our semester 2 welcome night. We had a great talk by Ray Russell about his career in aerospace and robotics engineering, and heard from various club members about our successes last semester and our plans for this semester. Everyone enjoyed catching up afterwards […]
This workshop will introduce the new executive team, recap what’s been done and how we want to move ahead. It will be important because we’ll be discussing the sumo bots project and potential for drop-in sessions on the usual Thursday evenings and maybe one other timeslot if there’s enough interest. There will also be mention […]
The QUT Robotics Club annual general meeting was held successfully this past Friday, 10/4/2015, and the election results were as follows: President: David Hedger Vice President: Ben Graham Treasurer: Lachlan Robinson Secretary: Chris Dirkis Events Manager: Georgina Hine
We’re holding our AGM in a couple of weeks (April 10 from 2-4pm at S408 to be specific). We have a range of positions open, which are listed below. If you are a QUT student, have been a member for at least 6 months, and you feel you are suited to the role(s), send your […]
Great turn out to welcome night on Friday week 1. We had talks about what the club is about and our plans for this year, projects including NIARC and the QUTRC sumo-bot competition, and the workshops schedule for semester 1. We also had guests from several other clubs and some academics present. And of course, […]