Mars Rover Competition
Over the course of the school year build a functional rover to overcome the challenges of harsh Martian life. Challenges include sampling soil in a search for microbial life, assisting astronauts on a wide variety terrain, autonomously transverse long expanses of rough terrain, and service malfunctioning equipment. If conquering these challenges seems interesting to you, join us either by dropping by one of our general meetings that take place every Monday night at 7pm in lab64 (basement of Packard) or by emailing Shi Tuck at firstname.lastname@example.org - we'd love to have you!
Have you taken CS106A and/or B and really want to know how your coding knowledge can help operate a robot meant to drive on Mars, while becoming a coding guru? Then join CS Team during our meetings every Thursday at 7pm in lab 64!
How do we test for life on the Mars? What type of processes are necessary analyze soil? Just what is science anyway? Help us answer these questions and more at 8pm on Mondays in lab64 during Science's weekly team meeting.
Do you want to build a thing - like actually, truly get involved in the design process, and CAD (computer aided design), and making the body of a mars rover? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions join ME Team's meetings on Tuesdays at 8pm in Lab64. Let's build this thing.
Do you love robots, but also love talking with people, and want to help our team maintain and expand its resources? Are you interested in marketing or business in any sense? Then we would love to have you on our outreach team! Come talk to us in on Monday nights at 7pm in Lab64!
Come to our general meetings at 7pm on Mondays in lab64 or shoot Shi Tuck an email at email@example.com! Also join our Slack group at stanfordroboticsclub.slack.com and the #marsrover channel. We're excited to have you on our team!