Welcome to the IEEE Robotics Page!
Sharing interest in robotics and developing future engineers is our goal!
Come check out our IEEE UCR Robotics Sponsors!
Our group is dedicated in promoting robotics around the UCR community as well as promoting students to learn how to build, to design, and to program robots from scratch. The IEEE UCR Robotics Team annually competes in the Micromouse Robotics Competitions held across the nation.
The purpose of the Micromouse robotics competition is for students to build and design a miniature mobile wheeled robot to autonomously solve a 16x16 foot maze (with 7x7 inch cells) in the fastest time possible.
When designing their Micromouse robots, students must take the concepts taught to them in class:
- signal processing
- control theory
- circuit design
- software algorithms
and apply them to create a competitive-worth robot. From conceptual design of the robot to having it autonomously move in the maze, students will obtain valuable multi-disciplinary engineering knowledge from Mechanical, Electrical, and Computer Engineering.
Want to participate?
The IEEE Student Organization provides weekly robotics workshops to teach beginner students the necessary skills to succeed as a robotics engineer.
If you are interested in participating, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the 2019 IEEE Robotics Coordinators: Ratnodeep Bandyopadhyay (email@example.com) and Dylan McGee ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
UCR 2016 Internal Competition
Beginner's Robotics Workshops
Beginner's Robotics Workshops are held every Monday at 5 - 7pm for the Fall Quarter 2019 in WCH 205/206.
In the the Beginners' Robotics Workshops, you will learn how to make a robot move, think, and decide!
It is recommended that EE1A or CS10 or their equivalence be taken before joining the workshops!
What you will get out of joining the IEEE Robotics Team:
- The satisfaction of making your robot move autonomously for the first time!
- Learning to program in embedded C/C++ on 8 & 32 bit micro-controllers!
- The depressing feeling about frying an integrated circuit component but learning from the experience!
- Collaborating with engineering students outside of your major and occasionally pulling all nighters together!
- Travelling to other universities to compete and build strong networks!
Advanced Robotics Group
For those who are brave, have taken the CS/EE 120B course, or have previous robotics experience should consult with the robotics coordinator to join the Advanced Robotics Group!
There will not be any tutorial workshops for the Advanced group but instead you will be required to meet weekly (Monday 7 - 9pm WCH 221) with the rest of the advanced group to work on Micromouse.
There is also a Facebook page for advanced students to discuss about Robotics and Micromouse. You have been warned! Click here for the Advanced Robotics Facebook Page!
Come Join Us at Micromouse!