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Minor In Robotics
Learn more at https://robotics.utexas.edu/undergraduate.
Interested in Robotics?
Apply to join the Texas Robotics Graduate Portfolio Program. Go to the education page to learn more.
Robots that lend a hand
Faculty and students at the ReNeu Robotics Lab created a ACT, a model skeleton hand with six separate motors mimicking arm muscles.
RoboCup
The UT Austin Villa Robot Soccer team competes at soccer matches all around the world.
ReNeu HARMONY Upper Body Exoskeleton
ReNeu Lab's HARMONY is an upper body exoskeleton designed for rehabilitation
Texas Robotics has partnered with the Army Futures Command
The research done by Texas Robotics will be utilized to defend national security.
NRG's Robotic Arms
Industrial Reconfigurable Anthropomorphic Dual-arm (IRAD) System for use in gloveboxes and other hazardous environments. It replaces or augments operators performing radiochemistry or manufacturing tasks
 
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.
Research

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.

Education

Develop tomorrow’s robotics leaders through a holistic graduate and undergraduate program, including offering a Graduate Portfolio Program in Robotics and an Undergraduate Minor in Robotics.

Community

Increase access and exposure to robotics through regularly hosting lab tours, camps, workshops, talks, and robot demonstrations, especially for K12 students and underserved populations.

Industry

Collaborate with industry partners to expand our impact on society, connect students to potential careers, develop innovative research, and bridge the gap between education and industry.

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.

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Thank you to our Industry Affiliate Program Partners!

Texas Robotics partners with technology leaders who bring years of valuable experience to the table alongside growing businesses who bring exciting fresh perspectives.

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Texas Robotics is engaged with Army Futures Command to develop leading-edge robotics solutions.