Welcome to Robotics at Iowa!

We are an interdisciplinary team of STEM and Non-STEM majors at the University of Iowa dedicated to education, professional development, and outreach within the field of robotics.

Our Goal

Our goal is to design, program, and build a prototype Mars rover that will achieve a host of tasks an actual rover would need to complete. We compete with our rover in two international rover challenges: (1) The University Rover Challenge at the Mars Desert Research Station in Utah and (2) The Canadian International Rover Challenge in Alberta, Canada.

Get Involved

We are looking for new members in 2022! Anyone is welcome to join, regardless of major or experience - we will teach you everything you need to know! Robotics at Iowa meets weekly in W105 CB at the following times:

  • Thursday 6:30 - 8:30 pm
  • Sunday 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Questions?

Feel free to email one of our officers if you have any questions! Our co-presidents are Will Martin (will-martin-1@uiowa.edu) and Kate Morris (katherine-morris@uiowa.edu).

Follow us on Social Media!

Instagram: @robotics_at_iowa

Facebook: @robotics.at.iowa

SAR video

Learn More!

Homecoming Party after the Parade

Community Engagement

Robotics at Iowa participates at events around campus and in the community to provide STEM outreach and education within the field of robotics.

Group Photo

Meet our Officers

Take a minute to meet our officers!

Motor drawings

Join us!

Robotics at Iowa meets weekly in W105 CB at the following times:

Thursday 6:30 - 8:30 pm

Sunday 1:00 - 3:00 pm

All majors and disciplines are welcome!