We are mostly undergraduate and graduate students in CS, EE, CpE & ME, but we also have members from other majors as we are open to all WSU students who are interested in robotics.

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Weekly Meeting

5:30pm to 7:00 pm on Thursdays
Dana Hall 3, Intelligent Robot Learning Laboratory

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The Experience

The club provides a collaborative and hands-on experience in planning, building, and programming robots. We also offer basic to advanced tutorials relative to robotics. We also strive to engage our local community in robotics.

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How you can help

We are a diverse group of passionate students who are driven by imagination and creativity. And we all have one thing in common — We love and enjoy building robots! But in order to do so, we need your help so we can continue to provide this collaborative space.

If you would like to support and help us, please donate using this link: Give to WSU Robotics Club. If the donation is intended for a specific project, please write it under comments. Your donation will be used to buy the parts necessary to build robots. However small the amount is, your donation will have a significant impact to all members of the club. Also, significant donations will have their logo and name featured in our website's Sponsors page.

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Latest Posts


Robotics Club joins the All Campus Picnic

The Robotics Club joined the All Campus Picnic during the Washington State University's Week of Welcome. The club took the opportunity to promote and recruit incoming freshmen and transfer students to join the club. The event was a great success as we were able to reach out not just to students, but as well as to university staff, parents, and kids. Also, we were able to network outside the university with an invitation to demo for the cub scouts and a class in a local grade school.

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For those who participated in the PID control tutorial and were having problems with the chipKit uc32 and MacOS, if you downgrade to version 1.6.11 of the ArduinoIDE, all those problems go away. ... See MoreSee Less

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It is some kind of puppet but super hilarious! Robot Prank ... See MoreSee Less

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Marcus Blaisdell created an event for Robotics Club. ... See MoreSee Less

End of Year Presentations

April 27, 2017, 5:30pm

Come see what the Robotics Club has been up to all year as the teams present on their projects

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Notes from first week of PID tutorial ... See MoreSee Less

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PID Tuning by Zeigler Nichols method ... See MoreSee Less

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The Robotics Club has held our elections for the new officers for the 2017-2018 school year.

Your new officers are:

Jensen Reitz

Vice President:
Brandon Townsend

Blake Peters

Austin Craigie

All of these new officers have been outstanding members and/or officers of your club and will continue to do outstanding work in the new year.

Congratulations to all of our new officers on their new roles!
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This is the base code for the PID tutorial. You will also need to download and installe the ArduinoIDE and the Arduino PID library. ... See MoreSee Less

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Marcus Blaisdell created an event for Robotics Club. ... See MoreSee Less

Police Unmanned Aerial System - Public Meeting

April 27, 2017, 2:00pm - April 27, 2017, 3:30pm

WSU CUB, Butch's Den Overview: The Pullman Police Department is interested in exploring the implementation of an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) program. Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), also called “...

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PID control tutorial with Dr. Swensen Part 2

April 20, 2017, 5:30pm - April 20, 2017, 8:30pm

Proportional-Integral-Derivative control (PID) is a method of control for any system with varying output. It is widely used in motor control and industrial systems. Part 2 of a 2 part tutorial Dana ...

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