Columbia University Robotics Club

A team of students dedicated to exploring the field of robotics in both competition and exploratory settings.

News & Updates

Prof. Ciocarlie of the Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science departments will be speaking to our members about the Robotic Manipulation and Mobility (ROAM) Lab, ongoing projects, and ways to get involved. The ROAM Lab is actively looking for motivated, hard-working, and curious applicants to take part in several projects.
This is a great opportunity to get to know Prof Ciocarlie and start a line of communication with him after the event.

Thursday, March 24 6PM

Location Mudd 233

Registration required

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General Body meetings are held on Wednesdays at 8PM ET over Zoom until further notice. Join us to learn how you can get involved in our interdisciplinary projects.

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This year, CURC is offering three projects through which you can apply and hone your mechanical, electrical, and software engineering skills:

  • Self-Driving Car Project


  • NASA Big Ideas Challenge


CURC is dedicated to helping members achieve their goals. Our Career Development and Alumni Relations Officer Nihar is providing workshops and 1:1 sessions to help members improve their resumes, portfolios, LinkedIn profiles, interviewing skills, and professional networks.

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We are the Columbia University Robotics Club


Columbia University Robotics Club is for any Columbia/Barnard student interested in robotics, autonomous systems, artificial intelligence, and more. We welcome undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and staff of all majors and backgrounds to join us in learning from each other and working with each other in these exciting and rapidly growing fields. No prior experience is necessary to get involved with CURC. We welcome members regardless of skill level, and the ultimate mission of CURC is to learn and do new things in robotics.

Past Projects


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Autonomous Vehicle

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Develop, build, test an underwater vehicle

You Will Learn How To


Develop autonomous driving software

And much more...


Work with and lead a team of passionate engineers.

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