Members of the UT Austin ASE/EM community are invited to join us on campus at the East Mall for an evening of local Texas barbecue and student-led activities.

Two graduate students are developing software that will focus on tracking the precise location of pedestrians and cyclists and communicating these locations to traffic management systems and automated vehicles.

This spring, the UT Austin Design/Build/Fly team joined seventy-five teams from around the world for the annual international DBF competition.

Luis Sentis and graduate student Gray Thomas were selected to win the "Best Robotics Manipulation Award" at the IEEE ICRA conference.

Alumnus Payam Banazadeh is working on small satellite technology to produce frequent images of the Earth that could aid in disaster relief, city planning, oil and gas applications and more.