Robotics

Robotics

HKUST’s two humanoid robots performed a dance with music at the Intelligent Robot Contest 2019 in Seoul.
HKUST’s two humanoid robots performed a dance with music at the Intelligent Robot Contest 2019 in Seoul. 
The winning team: (from left) Mak Ka-Hei, Leung Pok-Man, Mak Kin-Wing, Lee Chun-Hei and Amrutavarsh Sanganabasappa Kinagi, with their autonomous biped robot in front
The winning team: (from left) Mak Ka-Hei, Leung Pok-Man, Mak Kin-Wing, Lee Chun-Hei and Amrutavarsh Sanganabasappa Kinagi, with their autonomous biped robot in front 
Prof. Tim WOO (first right, back row), HKUST ROV Team members, as well as organizers of the MATE International ROV Competition
Prof. Tim WOO (first right, back row), HKUST ROV Team members, as well as organizers of the MATE International ROV Competition 
Bringing Awards Tally of HKUST Robotics Team Into the Hundreds
HKUST Robotics Team Named Champion in Hong Kong Regional of MATE International ROV Competition for Ninth Consecutive Year
Student Team Reigns Supreme in Local Qualifier for Global ROV Competition
(From third left) Prof. LI Zexiang, Prof. SEO Jungwon, Prof. Michael WANG, Director of HKUST Robotics Institute, and (second right) Prof. Frank PARK, Visiting Professor of HKUST Robotics Institute
(From third left) Prof. LI Zexiang, Prof. SEO Jungwon, Prof. Michael WANG, Director of HKUST Robotics Institute, and (second right) Prof. Frank PARK, Visiting Professor of HKUST Robotics Institute 
Two students from the 4-member First Class Award-winning team prepare their smart car in the competition.
Two students from the 4-member First Class Award-winning team prepare their smart car in the competition.  
HKUST Named Champion in Robocon 2018 Hong Kong Contest – Ninth Win Since 2004
Securing Opportunity to Compete with Strong Teams in Greater APAC Region
HKUST Robotics Team
Extending a Winning Streak at Regional Qualifier for Global ROV Contest
HKUST’s Robotics Team leader Prof Woo Kam Tim (second left, front row), his team members and their ROV Beluga.
HKUST’s Robotics Team leader Prof Woo Kam Tim (second left, front row), his team members and their ROV Beluga.