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!

Learn more about the MS in robotics, explore our other degrees, apply now, or request more information


  • Wearacon 2019
    March 26, 2019

    Join wearable robotics professionals and entrepreneurs from industry, academia, and government at WearRAcon 19. The annual event brings together close to 300 attendees from across the globe, to hear cutting-edge presentations, see robotics demonstrations, participate in the Innovation Competition and network with those creating and using wearable robotic devices.

  • Southwest Robotics Symposium
    January 24, 2019

    The 2019 Southwest Robotics Symposium was held on the Tempe campus over two days. It featured high-profile nationally-recognized speakers, student posters, and was supported by a number of generous sponsors. To learn more, visit:

  • Robots Doing Laundry
    August 24, 2018

    Here’s some recent news coverage from one of Dr. Srivastava’s projects:

  • Masters In Robotics
    August 01, 2018

    ASU will be offering a Masters Degree in Robotics and Autonomous Systems. Admission starting January 2019

  • 2018 Southwest Robotics Symposium at ASU
    January 26, 2018

    ASU brought the best in robotics research to campus

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