Texas A&M University

WOMEN IN ENGINEERING 

AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE

ABOUT US

WE AUV is a student-led project team at Texas A&M University, supported by the the TAMU Women in Engineering program. Established in 2015, our purpose is to build an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) for the annual RoboSub Competition. Each year, past experiences and new ideas are called upon and combined together to construct a better robot than the year before.

Members range from freshman to seniors, and come from a variety of different engineering backgrounds. No previous experience is necessary to join. Membership is open to persons of all genders.

Follow us this year to track our effort for the upcoming competition!

2020-2021 OFFICERS

TEAM

LEAD

PROJECT

MANAGER

Baylee Voigt
Jessica Ganley

MECHANICAL

TEAM LEAD

Kristen Koike

ELECTRICAL

TEAM LEAD

Erica Quist

PROGRAMMING

TEAM LEAD

Lalita Gadam

WEBSITE

MANAGER

Bailey Cook

VIDEO

MANAGER

Summer Gerhart

TEAM

ASSISTANT

Harsha Siripurapu

TEAM MENTOR & PUBLIC RELATIONS

 Stephanie Frand

SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER

Salmi Rapatabendi

TEAM

MENTOR

Rose Quance-Fitch

TEAM

MENTOR

Harini Maheswaran
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OUR MISSION

Our AUV team aims to create an environment in which students can apply their knowledge from the classroom to real-world scenarios. Along with learning real-life engineering skills, students learn to communicate with and work on multidisciplinary teams. Creating an AUV provides a wealth of challenges students must overcome, forcing them to learn creative problem-solving methods they'll be able to apply in their future as engineers and pushing them to grow as leaders.

Our team also provides us with opportunities to do mentorships within our project teams. We aim to retain students within A&M's College of Engineering, with extra focus on underrepresented groups. Only 40% of our team members start the team with any experience in building AUVs or other similar projects. It is our goal to provide students with a safe place to gain that experience and expand their engineering skill sets.

ROBOSUB 2020

SUBTEAMS

MECHANICAL

We focus on building an efficient watertight vehicle. based on principles of hydrodynamics.

ELECTRICAL

We focus on electrical system design involving power distribution and sensor integration. 

PROGRAMMING

We focus on deploying thruster control and predictive computer vision algorithms on the vehicle's mini PC. 

Mechanical

Electrical

Programming

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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS:

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