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Achivement

ARLISS

 

What is ARLISS?

 ARLISS (A Rocket Launch for International Student Satellites) is an international competition for can-sized model satellite CanSat, held annually at the Black Rock Desert in the US. There are two competitions, Comeback and Mission. In Comeback, team compete on landing location and distance from the goal for CanSat that is launched from rockets 4km above the ground and subsequently undertake free flight.

2019 Achivement

 The two teams from the University of Tokyo participated as in 2018, and one team achieved overall Third place.
 Details are posted on the homepage of the Faculty of Engineering. *These site are writen in Japanese.
 https://www.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/foe/topics/setnws_201910091629042436199294.html
 

2018 Achivement

 The two teams from the University of Tokyo participating the Comeback Competition and finished second and fourth.
 Details are posted on the homepage of the Faculty of Engineering. *These site are writen in Japanese.
 http://www.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/foe/topics/setnws_201808281618320673138776.html
 http://www.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/foe/topics/setnws_201809201742539194852451.html

At Ideas Atelier

 Teams participating in ARLISS utilized the Ideas Atelier in various phases from conceptualization to prototype manufacturing. The teams with little previous experience in manufacturing were able to develop CanSat with instructions on how to use high-precision equipment and technical advice from experienced staff members. Specifically, for the creation of the expansion mechanism that allows CanSat to be limited to the required size to fit into the rocket, the teams used 3-D printers and electro-discharge processing machines to create precise mechanisms.

Robotech

At the Creative Workshop

 Robots for participating the NHK Robot Competition is manufactured in this workshop.The rules for the next competition is published after ABU Robot Competition, an international competition held in August every year. Teams spend 10 months manufacturing, adjusting and testing robots for the NHK Robot Competition in June.

RoboTech website.

 *These site are writen in Japanese.
 https://tuk.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/robotech/

2019 Achivement

 Although the qualifying for the domestic tournament was 1st place, it was the best 4 at first. Received a technology award.
 In the Kanto Spring Robocon Tournament, one of the two teams from the University of Tokyo won the championship, and the other team was the best eight.
 In a robot competition in which rookie teams from 10 universities in the Kanto region competed, 3 teams that entered the competition dominated the top ranks of 1, 2, and 3.

2018 Achivement

 One team from the University of Tokyo won the Japan competition in 2018 and participated in the international competition held in Vietnam. While the team unfortunately lost in the semifinals, it was award the honorable ABU Robot Competition Award and the "Fighting Spirit" Award due to the quality of the robot design and high level of technical level.
 In the "Kanto Spring Robot Competition," a competition for university and technical college freshmen in the Kanto region held every spring, one of the two teams from the University of Tokyo won. The success of the freshmen contributes to future success in the NHK Robot Competitions.
ABU Robot Competition
Kanto Spring Robot Competition

バナースペース

Global Center in Engineering Education Institute for Innovation in International Engineering Education,
Graduate School of Engineering,
The University of Tokyo

〒113-8656
Building no. 8,
the Faculty of Engineering, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

TEL 03-5841-8800