Welcome to The CCSF Engineering Club!
Engineering Club Spring 2017
Meets on Thursday 4:00 - 9:00 p.m.
in S004 and S049
We, the Engineering Club, love to tinker with Arduinos, work on different kind projects, join engineering competitions, and play around with the existing technologies that we have available at the CCSF machine shop. Spring semesters are our big semesters as we join the SMUD Solar Regatta and Robogames. We welcome everybody who wants to join us and work with us on our cool Spring 2017 projects!
Check out our Solar Boat Design!
The Engineering Club Is a hands-on program that allows students to discover, develop, and enhance their engineering skills. Its friendly environment allows students to network with other students including staff to serve as mentors. We aspire to provide students with real opportunities of participating in group projects that compete with other schools and countries. Our goal is to create and innovate new ideas that can be applicable in real life as future engineers.
What is Robogames?
The Robogames (previously called the ROBOlympics) is an annual robot contest held in
Why is it a big deal?
It is the world's largest open robotic competition (according to the Guinness Book of World Records) which involves entrants representing a large selection of countries who compete in over fifty events which includes the following: Combat robots, transformers, soccer bots, sumo bots, android kung-fu, and autonomous navigating robots. If that wasn't enough, Grant Imahara, of the Mythbusters, also visits the event every year!
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Congratulations to the Engineering Team 2016 for coming in 7th on the annual SMUD Solar Boat Race!