Hi there!

We’re Stanford Student Robotics, an entirely student-run group dedicated to building cool robots and learning new things! Our projects range from lab64 workshops to pneumatic arms, mars rovers, drones, and vehicles. We’ve also developed Stanford Pupper, a state-of-the-art quadruped which we use to teach CS123, Introduction to AI in Robotics.

We’re here to connect you with the experience, equipment, funding, and manpower you need to build the robots of your dreams. Sound interesting?

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Our Robots

There are a few projects of varying scope ongoing at any given time. To find one that aligns with your schedule and interests, visit Mothership, our projects dashboard. We’re a young team and our projects are always growing as we explore — if you have an idea for a new project, definitely let us know! We’re here to help builders of all backgrounds make ideas of all types.

Looking for Pupper documentation? Check out PupperBenchmark, and Woofer info!

Become a Partner

Whether you want to mentor a project, sponsor us financially or through equipment donations, or drop by our build sessions, there’s many ways you can help Stanford Student Robotics.

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