Mars Rover

2021-2022 Meetings: Saturdays from 10am-3pm at KEC 1001

OSURC Mars Rover is a multidisciplinary team of dedicated engineers, scientists and robotics enthusiasts committed to designing, building and operating a small-scale Mars Rover. The group is split into four subteams: Electrical, Mechanical, Science, and Software. Each subteam is responsible for designing, developing and implementing every component on the rover; from custom PCBs by Electrical, a six-axis arm by Mechanical, in-situ life detection by Science, to autonomous navigation by Software.

All skill levels and majors are welcome, so whether you are a first-year engineering student looking for practice applying concepts learned in class, or a business student looking for experience managing the finances of one of the largest clubs on campus, you can be a contributing member of our team!

CIRC 2021 Competition Team

Joining is as simple as showing up to the meetings and signing up for the mailing list.
If you are new, please let the team lead know so they can get you up to speed.

For more information, contact the Mars Rover Team Lead Prathyoosha Chaya at chayap@oregonstate.edu.