Texas Robotics unites robotics efforts at The University of Texas at Austin to enable deeper collaborations, accelerate and grow research programs, and provide comprehensive educational offerings.
Produce innovative and groundbreaking research that solves pressing societal challenges in numerous application spaces, including social, surgical, rehabilitation, vehicles, drilling, manufacturing, space, nuclear, and defense.
Texas Robotics includes 16 core faculty members, 40 affiliated faculty members, and 200 students, postdocs, visiting scholars, and research engineers from four top-ranked departments at The University of Texas at Austin, including the Department of Aerospace Engineering, the Department of Computer Science, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
News & Events
This fall, Texas Robotics hosted several robotics events, with experts from around the world converging on the Forty Acres to discuss the future of the field. Check out this article from Texas Engineer magazine to learn more.
The University of Texas at Austin’s Cockrell School of Engineering and College of Natural Sciences are partnering on life-changing research in artificial intelligence and robotics — ensuring that UT continues to lead the way in launching tomorrow’s technologies. Learn more about Texas Robotics, the new Machine Learning Lab supported by a transformational gift from Amir and Zaib Husain, UT’s partnership with the Army Futures Lab and the campus being selected to house the NSF’s AI Institute for Foundations of Machine Learning.
Texas Robotics parades robots through campus to showcase research, programs, and achievements in robotics!
Texas Robotics partners with technology leaders who bring years of valuable experience to the table alongside growing businesses who bring exciting fresh perspectives.
Texas Robotics is engaged with Army Futures Command to develop leading-edge robotics solutions.