Robotics at the University of New Hampshire

This page gathers together some information about robotics-related activities at UNH.

Faculty

Faculty members with active research interests in robotics include:

Mailing Lists

There are two mailing lists relating to robotics at UNH. Only subscribers can send to these lists, so there is no spam. The first, the robotics.seminars list, is for announcements of robotics-related talks held at UNH. Those outside UNH who are interested in hearing about talks on campus are encouraged to join this list. To subscribe, send email to ListProc@lists.unh.edu with an empty subject line and a message body containing only the text "subscribe robotics.seminars Your Name" (with "Your Name" replaced by your name).

The second list, the robotics.list, is for robotics-related news and gossip among folks in robotics at UNH. If you are a student, faculty, or staff member at UNH and you are interested in robotics, you should join the list. To subscribe, send email to ListProc@lists.unh.edu with an empty subject line and a message body containing only the text "subscribe robotics.list Your Name" (with "Your Name" replaced by your name).

Seminars

Momotaz Begum coordinates the UNH Robotics Seminar Series. Feel free to contact her with suggestions for potential speakers. To hear about upcoming talks, subscribe to the robotics.seminars list described above. Did we mention that there's free pizza at the talks?

Fall 2016

Talks are held every other Friday from noon - 1pm in Kingsbury S145 unless otherwise noted. There's pizza at 11:45am before the talk and informal socializing after.

Spring 2016

Fall 2015

Thanks to the CEPS Dean's office for their support of the seminar series!

Classes

Some relevant courses include:

CS

ECE ME

Platforms

Outreach

UNH often hosts FIRST high school robotics competitions.

The undergraduates of the UNH Robotics Club often mentor local FIRST robotics teams and are contemplating participating in a VEX robotics competition.

CCOM's SeaPerch program

Other Resources

AI research at UNH


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