ASU Robotics

Innovating in the field of Robotics

Our Mission

Make Change

Help drive positive change in society by connecting researchers at Arizona State University to collaboratively pursue advancements in robotics technologies, systems and education that will serve our most critical needs.

Leverage our Community

Solve our problems more quickly and effectively by utilizing ASU’s growing, multidisciplinary research community and expanding its impact by establishing high-quality research relationships with industry, government and the public.

Solve Problems

Explore the potential of robotics to help meet an array of challenges in the realms of health care, education, transportation, manufacturing, national defense, public safety, environmental health, communications, sustainable energy systems and earth and space exploration.

Nurture the Future

Nurture the next generation of robotics researchers through innovative educational practices, in-lab experiences and mentoring in entrepreneurship that create opportunities for students to develop their creative abilities, trains them to be skilled problem solvers and prepares them to establish themselves in the robotics community and in industry.

Get Involved

Find a lab to do research.

Take a course taught by our faculty!

Make a robot in one of our maker spaces!


News

  • Night Of The Open Door
    January 06, 2017

    Come visit the new Polytechnic School Robotics Labs on the Night of the Open Door, on Feb 17, 2017.

  • Henrik Christensen Visit
    November 01, 2016

    Dr. Christensen will give a talk titled "Object Based Mapping" on Nov 1, 2016

  • IDEAlab at IROS
    October 15, 2016

    Professor Aukes gave a talk at the “Folding in Robotics” workshop at IROS.

  • Brain Swarm Interfaces
    July 01, 2016

    Dr Artemiadis’ work on brain-swarm control interfaces gains publicity in Washington Post, CBS5, Fox 13, New York Post, Daily Mail and many other news outlets. Links here.

  • National Robotics Week at Poly
    April 01, 2016

    The robotics group at The Polytechnic School just hosted several busloads of kids during their annual DiscoverE day on campus, as well as a public open house on Friday, April 1 2016. Thanks to all for coming!

  • Foldable Robotics
    March 10, 2016

    Professor Aukes will be teaching a new EGR598 class this fall called *Foldable Robotics*.


Join our Community