Robotics

The “HKUST-ExxonMobil iSTEAM Program 2023 – Spider Robot STEAM Challenge” drew around 160 students and teachers from 19 primary and secondary schools to learn about STEAM, teamwork and leadership.
The “HKUST-ExxonMobil iSTEAM Program 2023 – Spider Robot STEAM Challenge” drew around 160 students and teachers from 19 primary and secondary schools to learn about STEAM, teamwork and leadership.
Prof. Zhang Fumin was recognized for his contributions to autonomy of robotic sensing networks and control of marine robots.
Prof. Zhang Fumin was recognized for his contributions to autonomy of robotic sensing networks and control of marine robots.
The HKUST Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Team won the Second Place in their first attempt in the Virtual RobotX Competition from the United States, an international challenge designed to broaden students’ exposure to autonomy and maritime robotic technologies.
The HKUST Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Team won the Second Place in their first attempt in the Virtual RobotX Competition from the United States, an international challenge designed to broaden students’ exposure to autonomy and maritime robotic technologies.
Exciting robot competition took center stage at the Hong Kong Jockey Club Atrium, HKUST on Nov 19-20, 2023. This year marked the first time that the contest was jointly organized by the Robotics Team and RoboMaster Team.
Exciting robot competition took center stage at the Hong Kong Jockey Club Atrium, HKUST on Nov 19-20, 2023. This year marked the first time that the contest was jointly organized by the Robotics Team and RoboMaster Team.
Feeling at Home in the Ocean
Feeling at Home in the Ocean
The HKUST Underwater Robot Competition was attended by a record number of 86 primary and secondary schools in 2023 and concluded with an award presentation ceremony on June 3.
The HKUST Underwater Robot Competition was attended by a record number of 86 primary and secondary schools in 2023 and concluded with an award presentation ceremony on June 3.
The HKUST Robotics Team took home eight medals in their first participation in the RoboGames, an annual robot contest in California, US that draws contestants from all over the world. This is the first time for the team members to join an international competition face-to-face after the pandemic.
The HKUST Robotics Team took home eight medals in their first participation in the RoboGames, an annual robot contest in California, US that draws contestants from all over the world. This is the first time for the team members to join an international competition face-to-face after the pandemic.
The HKUST ROV Team won their 11th championship in the Hong Kong Regional Contest of the MATE International ROV Competition since they joined in 2011. They will compete in the international competition in the US this June.
The HKUST ROV Team won their 11th championship in the Hong Kong Regional Contest of the MATE International ROV Competition since they joined in 2011. They will compete in the international competition in the US this June.
Both teams of HKUST have good team spirits
Both teams of HKUST have good team spirits
(From left) Prof. Bertram Shi, Acting Dean of Engineering, HKUST; Dr. Rocky Cheng, Chief Information Officer, BOCHK; Prof. Tim Woo, Director of Center for Global & Community Engagement, School of Engineering, HKUST; and Ms. Angel Yip, Deputy General Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility Office, BOCHK; attended the award presentation ceremony of The First Robot Explorer Cup at HKUST.
(From left) Prof. Bertram Shi, Acting Dean of Engineering, HKUST; Dr. Rocky Cheng, Chief Information Officer, BOCHK; Prof. Tim Woo, Director of Center for Global & Community Engagement, School of Engineering, HKUST; and Ms. Angel Yip, Deputy General Manager of Corporate Social Responsibility Office, BOCHK; attended the award presentation ceremony of The First Robot Explorer Cup at HKUST.