UBRobotics

UBRoboticsWe are UBRobotics, the University of Birmingham's Robotics Society who cater to people from all backgrounds to be part of a team of robotics and engineering enthusiasts. We formed in February 2015 and had great success at several national and international robotics competitions, including EuroBot. We are now excited to announce we are officially relaunching the UBRobotics society with a new direction and new ideas! Whether you have career aspirations in robotics or just a casual interest, we welcome people from all backgrounds to be part of a team of robotics and engineering enthusiasts. This is a great opportunity for you to get involved in workshops, competitions, social events and talk to industrial speakers.

If you are interested in joining or want to find out more, join our Facebook group, follow ubrobotics on Instagram or @UBRoboticsClub on Twitter. You can also email us on ubroboticsclub@gmail.com.

EPS Societies' Awards won:

  • Inspirational Committee Member 2017, Edward Chamberlain
Inspirational Committee Member - Edward Chamberlain

Latest from UBRobotics

UBRobotics Autumn Review 2021

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As you may know, UBRobotics relaunched this year with a brand new committee. They are proud of what they have achieved so far and they workshops have been a great success! Their President Alexandru tells us more.

UBRobotics relaunch

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UBRobotics have relaunched with some fantastic new plans for 2021-22. The committee tell us more and with workshops for beginners, speaker events, trips and competitions, UBRobotics really have something for everyone!

Incredible autumn term with UBRobotics

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UBRobotics had an incredible first term filled with socials, skill development workshops and preparations for Eurobot 2019! The committee tells us more.

An extremely exciting and busy year for UBRobotics

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UBRobotics are growing from strength to strength thanks to new sponsorship, more workshops and training, and a huge amount of enthusiasm. Club President Edward Chamberlain tells us more.

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