CSU Robotics

All things Robotics


The purpose of Ram Robotics is to provide an initial point of contact with the professional robotics industry leaders by organizing industry tours, hosting guest speakers, providing small-scale robotics design opportunities to students, and promoting participation in industry-related events.

Ram Robotics fosters a community where robotics enthusiasts and engineers can enhance their skills and obtain insight into the robotics industry. Ram Robotics also functions as a gateway for students to participate in CSU’s NASA Robotic Mining Competition Team.

Contact Information

President – Eduardo Malloy
Vice President – Justin Raffa
Faculty Advisor – Jianguo Zhao

Current Officers

President – Eduardo Malloy

Vice President – Justin Raffa

This competition is a full-on engineering exercise where students receive practical experience in the full engineering life-cycle process from concept development to system closeout.

NASA RMC’s: Lunabotics is a multi-semester university-level event that supports NASA’s Moon to Mars trajectory by requiring teams to participate in four events:

  1. Present their robot and their design philosophy at the competition
  2. Submit a Systems Engineering Paper explaining the methodology used in developing their robot
  3. Perform public outreach targeting the under-served, under-represented grade K-12 students in their communities and
  4. Design, build and compete a robot to simulate an offworld mining mission.
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