Stanford Robot Block Party

In celebration of National Robotics Week, the Silicon Valley Robot Block Party returns to the Volkswagen Automotive Innovation Lab @ Stanford on Wednesday, April 10 2013, from 1 to 6pm.

Come and see robots on display from Silicon Valley companies representing the best in research, industrial and consumer robotics. Join in activities with robot clubs and STEM organizations. The Robot Block Party is co-hosted by CIS and Silicon Valley Robotics, with the assistance of Stanford Robotics Club and event sponsors. The event is free and open to the public.

Organizer contact: Andra Keay

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SRI International becomes newest Robotics Club sponsor

We would like to welcome the Stanford Robotics Club’s newest sponsor, SRI International!
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Last modified Mon, 21 Jan, 2013 at 4:39

Fund Your Robotics Project With Build-Tech Grants

At today's Winter Quarter Kickoff, President Eric Smalls, introduced Build-Tech Grants, grants limited exclusively to Stanford Robotics Club members. The grant is intended to help support and encourage members interested in starting their own project get their projects off the ground. Starting a project is easy and new project ideas are always welcome!

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Ikescopter, AR Drones, and DIY Quadrotors

Following the first ever DroneGames the Robotics Club established a Quadrotor Team dedicated to developing software & hardware for fun and creative applications. Here’s the projects they came up with so far for this quarter:

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Inspired by Tacocopter and Matternet, Ikescopter will be your personal flying robotic waitress and do for food, what the Internet did to information. Ikescopter will autonomously deliver your Ike's sandwich to you anywhere on campus just by using your smartphone.

Last modified Fri, 11 Jan, 2013 at 21:12

Robotics Club Winter Quarter Kickoff

To bring in the new quarter, the Robotics Club will be throwing a Winter Quarter Kickoff. We will have Pizza & Drinks to celebrate. RSVP and invite friends here: http://www.facebook.com/events/449648301767164

When: Thursday, 5PM
Where: Huang Basement

We will also talk about the Robotics Club, unveil some cool projects for this quarter and go over how to get involved with a project or competition team. Hope to see you there!

Last modified Tue, 8 Jan, 2013 at 1:03

Align Technology provides generous donation to further Stanford Robotics Club


We are proud to announce that, today, Align Technology become our newest Founding Sponsor.

Last modified Wed, 9 Jan, 2013 at 22:05

Robotics Club to host Robot Block Party



The Stanford Robotics Club has teamed up with the Silicon Valley Robotics Club (SVRC) and The Center for Internet and Society (CIS) to host this year’s Robot Block Party at Stanford. The Robot Block Party is a job fair, robotics exhibition, and celebration all in one and occurs during National Robotics Week in April. This year the Robot Block Party will be held on April 10 from 1PM-6PM.

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Willow Garage becomes Robotics Club first industry sponsor

Willow Garage, the Silicon Valley based robotics startup, become our newest sponsor today! We appreciate and look forward to what exciting things come out of this partnership!

Last modified Wed, 5 Dec, 2012 at 21:30

Stanford Robotics Club wins Silver at DroneGames

Congratulations to John, Eric, Omar, Jack, Vishesh, and Alexander who represented Stanford and the Robotics Club yesterday at the first ever DroneGames. Two Stanford teams participated and at the end of the day the team bought back a Silver Medal back to the Farm.

Team 1: John Backus, Eric Smalls, Omar Rizwan

Last modified Tue, 8 Jan, 2013 at 16:31

Matt Ohline Gives Tech Talk on Mechatronics, Technology, and Entrepreneurship



For the last Tech Talk of quarter and the year 2012, the Stanford Robotics Club invited Professor and entrepreneur Matt Ohline to speak about his winter course ME 210: Introduction to Mechatronics. The event was hosted at the Stanford d.school and attracted 35 attendees that listened intently as Professor Ohline highlighted the impact and ubiquity of mechatronic devices in our everyday lives.

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