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Past Events

Minor in Robotics Info Sessions

Join us to learn more about the Minor in Robotics!

Info Session 1 
Tuesday, January 30
GDC 2.502 at 12:30 pm

Info Session 2
Wednesday, January 31
EER 3.640/3.642 at 5:00 pm

STEM Girl Day 2023

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February 24, 2024

Robot Meet n’ Greet (Great for All Ages):

Come hang out with and learn about real robots! Witness robot demos hosted by undergraduate robotics organizations on campus and pick up some activity pages to learn more.

Robots will be changed every 1.5 hours. These times are subject to change due to the charging and maintenance needs of the robots.

11:30-1:30 Robots presented by IEEE Robotics and Automation Society
1:30-2:00: Reset and Break
2:00-4:00: Robots presented by ECLAIR

Gravity Bots and Activity Station: Texas Robotics Graduate Students:

Build a gravity-powered robot out of everyday craft materials. Learn about the basic principles of engineering, balance, and weight distribution. Race the robot down angled ramps. The gravity robot activity is best for grades 4-8.

Visit our activity station for robot coloring pages and small hands-on activities. This is the perfect station for younger kids.

Anna Hiss Gymnasium Tours: 
This event is RSVP Only and it has sold out. Reservations were released through STEM Girl Day official communications. If you are interested in visiting the Anna Hiss Gymnasium another day, please visit our "Visit us" page under our "Engage" tab of our website.


*Robot run times are subject to change based on the robot's charging needs. For your safety, please do not touch any robot unless directly advised so by a Texas Robotics staff. 

Texas Robotics Symposium 2023

October 19 and 20, 2023

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The Texas Robotics Symposium is a yearly event showcasing the latest advancements in robotics. This year's symposium will contain discussions, demos, presentations, and posters on the fields of mobile autonomous robotics, human-robot interaction, medical robotics, and robot manipulation. 

The two-day symposium will also include special features such as the "Bots & Bites: Lunch with Robots," a graduate student poster presentation, an undergraduate student special display, networking sessions, and three different discussion panels featuring representatives from Amazon, Good Systems, and Dell Medical School. 

The symposium will run from 9-5 pm on Oct 19 and 9-4 pm on Oct 20. Check back for more details about the symposium as the event approaches.

Robot Parade

October 12, 2023 at 11:45 am - 1:00 pm

Faculty, students, and organizations in Texas Robotics will gather together to walk their robots from the Anna Hiss Gymnasium (AHG) to the Gregory Gymnasium Plaza. We will be marching from AHG to the Plaza from 11:45 am - 12:00 pm and remaining in the Plaza from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm. Please join us during this time to see robot demonstrations and learn more about each robot. 

Texas Robotics Social

September 21, 4:00 - 6:30 pm

The social is open to all robotics-interested students on campus and will include robotics demos, networking with other students, faculty, and industry partners, snacks (including ice cream from Mom and Pops Natural Frozen Pops), and games. 

Students can use this an an opportunity to get to know other robotics students and faculty, learn about other robotics opportunities on campus, and just have fun!

Texas Robotics Summer Camps

For high school aged students

Texas Robotics x WiSTEM Camps

June 12: STEM in Robotics Day Camp

Discover cutting-edge research and medical, transportation, rescue and recovery, and household applications for robotic technologies.

June 14: STEM in Electronics

Get turned on to robotics, semiconductors, and energy sources powering the electronics used at home and throughout our world every day.

June 28: STEM in Air and Space

Travel STEM connections throughout air and space from robots and rovers to drones and planes to satellites and space suits.


Academy in Robotics

Cosponsored by: Texas Robotics & UT Computer Science

June 18-June 24 & June 25-July 1: Computer Science in Robotics

  • Assemble and program the Bot’n Roll One A robot
  • Carry out robotics projects in simulation
  • Delve into cool new technologies with professors and industry reps
  • Utilize tools deployed in robotics research
  • Experiment with the basic controls of a wheeled robot
  • Compete in a robot race against other students
  • Discover future internship and career opportunities
  • Identify tactics for a standout UT application from UT admissions
  • Explore the UT campus and meet current UT students

Good Systems Symposium

April 3rd - 4th, 2023

Good Systems at the University of Texas will be hosting a symposium with research and events. 

Girl Day 2023

February 2, 2023

Girl Day is a day dedicated to girls in elementary and middle school who are interested in science, technology, engineering, and math. Texas Robotics hosted many events at AHG and in the AHG courtyard. Thank you to all of our attendees and volunteers. 

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Texas Regional Robotics Symposium 2022 (TEROS)

The committee chairs designed a robust schedule of speakers and networking opportunities to welcome visitors from across nine academic institutions. After months of planning, 100 in-person attendees, as well as dozens of virtual attendees took part in TEROS 2022. 

Texas Robotics Symposium 2022

With over 200 attendees, the 2022 Texas Robotics Symposium was one of the most successful yet! If you were unable to make it, but are interesting in attending future events, follow us on Twitter for future updates @texas_robotics. Thank you to all of our speakers, students, and attendees. 

We hope to see you next year!