TartanAUV is the Carnegie Mellon University's RoboSub competition team: we build robot submarines. Founded in 2018, TAUV has become a nationally-ranked underwater robotics team tackling challenges in autonomy and design. Our team is comprised primarily of undergraduate mechanical engineering, electrical and computer engineering, and computer science students who dedicate time towards experiential learning in a competitive environment.
While competitive success is certainly a motivator, our team is primarily interested in addressing unsolved or unique challenges in robotics.
- Sarah Fisher | Computer Science
In addition, our efforts go beyond the workshop and classroom. Being students at Carnegie Mellon University means we are always looking to shape and improve our community.
We engage with the local Pittsburgh community by volunteering with high school students on FIRST robotics teams near campus. We've enjoyed the rewarding experience of helping younger students get exposed to hands-on, fun engineering problems and it's a great way to extend our resources to other ambitious students.
- Cole Herber | Mechanical Engineering