Info Sessions

We will be hosting two informational sessions on Sept 8th and 9th at 7pm in Engineering room 210. The sessions are open to all students interested in joining, including graduate students. Both sessions are identical, so only attend one. WHERE: Engr 210 DAYS: Sept. 8th & 9th TIME: 7pm We look forward to seeing some […]

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5th at RoboSub 18!

The team pulled off a great upset, getting into the finals with a fantastic 4th in the semifinals and finishing the competition in 5th place. Danger ‘Zona, with no pool time and partially disassembled upon arriving in San Diego, was completed and fully functional by Friday. After narrowly qualifying for the semis Thursday afternoon and […]

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Design Underway, New Officers

The team has been working hard lately on examining all aspects of the vehicle. Each team is responsible for breaking down their respective subsystems and generating a comprehensive list of possible solutions to different aspects of the design. Also, officers have been elected for the 2014-15 year:

Vice President: Danny Morgan
Treasurer: Ben Girardo
Secretary: John Kim

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Info Sessions

We’ll be holding informational sessions on 9/9 and 9/12 from 6:30 to 7:30pm in the old engineering building. The session on Tuesday the 9th will be in room 214, while the Friday session will be in 213. All students are welcome, including graduates and those from non-engineering majors.

Apply for the team here: www.auvua.org/apply

RSVP for sessions here: www.auvua.org/rsvp

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AUVUA @ RoboSub 17

RoboSub 17 was a blast this year, with 39 teams coming together for a week of underwater excitement! AUVUA did very well, placing 18th in static judging and 12th overall, reaching just outside the finals on our semi-final run. Cornell stole the show, placing 1st with a whopping 28511 points.

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Design Day and Competition Prep

A lot has happened since the start of the semester, and the end has already come and gone! The team spent several months finalizing designs, wiring electronics, testing code, and readying for Design Day, the largest student engineering exposition on campus. After many sleepless nights leading up to the big day, the CATfish (Competitive Autonomous Task fish) finally got its feet wet, without a leak in sight.

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