MIT Robotics Team
  • Field diagnostics at NASA's Johnson Space Center
    Field diagnostics at NASA's Johnson Space Center

The MIT Robotics Team competed in the 2015 RASC-AL/NASA competition at the Johnson Space Center. Though they did not place in the overall competition they did win Best Manipulator Dexterity Award for having the most robust robotic arm, Best Tele-Operated Agility Award for having the fastest drive system, and the Unlocking All Secrets Award for identifying almost every rock on the field with their vision system. Last year the team placed second in the 2014 RASC-AL/NASA (Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts / Academic Linkage) engineering competition, in which the team builds a planetary rover prototype and demonstrate its capabilities to perform a series of competitive tasks from a remote location.

MIT Robotics Team At a glance

Number of Members:

12 members in 2014-2015
Team leaders: 
  • Reo Baird, Team Lead
  • Wei Low, Publicity and Sponsorship Co-Lead
  • Raichelle Aniceto, Publicity and Sponsorship Co-Lead
  • Roger Lo, Fall Chief Operating Officer
  • Justin Cheung, Mechanical Lead
  • Bowen Baker, SRRC Software Lead
  • Rita Ainane, SRRC Electrical Lead
  • Drew Beller, RoboOps Project Lead
  • Henry Wu, RoboOps Software Lead
  • John Bell, RoboOps Mechanical Lead
  • Edward Woodford, Co-Director of Business and Finance
  • Derek Lister, Co-Director of Business and Finance
  • Alex Leffel, SRRC Executive Team
  • Ellie Simonson, SRRC Executive Team
  • Christina Totman, Treasurer
  • Mitchell Gu, Webmaster
Year began: 
Olivier de Weck
Team accomplishments

The team placed second in the 2014 RASC-AL/NASA Robo-Ops competition.

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