A science and engineering partnership to advance robotics research and education
Researchers in multiple departments work to advance the capability of robotics numerous application spaces including social, surgical, rehabilitation, vehicles, drilling, manufacturing, space, nuclear, and defense.
UT researchers regularly host robotics activities to engage the community at-large. These include lab tours, workshops and also on-site demonstrations.
News & Events
University of Texas and Bush Combat Development Complex Robotics Collaboration Begins
Research teams at The Texas A&M University System’s George H.W. Bush Combat Development Complex (BCDC) and The University of Texas at Austin have begun a collaborative research effort to modernize the Army’s autonomous systems.
AI and Robotics: UT Austin Leads the Way
The University of Texas at Austin’s College of Natural Sciences and Cockrell School of Engineering 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. Presented by UT Austin’s College of Natural Sciences and Cockrell School of Engineering.
Professors Qixing Huang and Joydeep Biswas Awarded NSF Career Award
The National Science Foundation’s CAREER award is a prestigious award presented by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to early-career faculty who have showcased potential as academic role models and have shown excellence in their role as teacher-scholars. The award is given once every year and recipients receive a federal grant for research and education activities.
Texas Robotics is engaged with Army Futures Command to develop leading-edge robotics solutions.