Welcome To The Robotics Cell Of The Club
Creation of automated machines which mimic and reproduce human behaviour, has been the topic of enthusiastic research for ages. With the recent ground-breaking advances in electronics science and programming technology, research and development in the field of producing high- precision, highly efficient robots is the latest trend. There is no such field, be it military, commercial or domestic where robotics does not find an application. To keep pace with the lightning speed at which the rest of the world is producing advances in robotics, we at Robo Cell, try to inculcate, nurture and support the spirit of robot-making from a rudimentary level to expertise.
Unlike the many mundane media of imparting knowledge, we believe hands-on experience to be the best one to acquire experience. Thus, we arrange for workshops on basic mechanical/wired robotics, where the art of robot making is taught from scratch. In collaboration with guest institutes, we also provide professional-level robotics ‘gyaan’.
Besides workshops, we also prepare events pertaining to hard-core robotics that not only serve the competitive spirit in robot-making but also add to the fun and trivia quotient. Every year we witness hundreds of enthusiastic out-station participants.
Events of the robocell comprise of:
Workshops on mechanical/wired robots for beginners wherein complete robotics kits are provided and participants are taught the art of compiling a bot.A pre-Aarohan autonomous robotics workshop, generally in collaboration with professionals from the field of robotics,is held.
Stand-alone events (which take place in the odd semester) that test your prowess in robotics, based on application skills of the workshop knowledge that is held before the event, generally in collaboration with professionals.This is generally done to enlighten the 1st years about robotics.
Basic robotic events that are aimed to attract the participation of 1st and 2nd year students in order to develop there basic skills in making bots. Autonomous robotics events to test your skills and knowledge about your bot. Advanced level wired/mechanical robotics events.