Despite the meeting time having been originally begin decided to be Mondays at 1pm, few members were able to attend this time. We are now changing the time from Mondays to Fridays at 1pm, we will have the next meeting October 5th (this coming Friday as of the time of this post), at 1pm.
Chair – Amber Dyer
Vice Chair – Johnnie Walker
Secretary – Jeremy Ryan Kelso
Treasurer – David Fowlkes
We started the meeting by describing what the goal of the club is, which is ultimately to build a robot and take it to competition for the IEEE SouthEastCon. We then moved on to vote for the various positions within the club, the winners listed above. We decided on a club meeting time (atleast until we begin construction on the robot where it will then change). We gathered ideas about who was going to help with the various competitions that are part of IEEE SouthEastCon (Ethics, Robotics, Website Design, T-Shirt). We will be meeting Monday at 1pm for our next club meeting, feel free to contact someone or comment if you can’t make it.
Contact information was given:
And this blog, feel free to comment we are always checking it.
Club Meeting time: 1:00PM Monday – Indeterminate (until everyone has somewhere to go)
Scehdule (for open lab room):
Attending members: (Sorry for any misspellings in advance)
Jeremy Ryan Kelso
Welcome to the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering) Robotics Club web page! We are a club that deals with robotics and our goal each year is to develop a robot to compete in the annual IEEE SouthEastCon.
Robotics is a diverse field of study that incorporates many aspects of science and technology. The field of robotics includes chassis design, controls, software engineering, machine vision, path planning and world modeling, circuit design, power systems, and much more. The Robotics Club at Pellissippi State Community College is a group of students with a passion and interest for robotics. It is the group’s desire to build advanced autonomous robots for competitions and research. Our laboratory is supervised by EET advisor, Carl Mallette . The Robotics Club at PSCC is entirely student run and is based from the lab. The autonomous robotics teams are currently collecting ideas for a new robot. We are always looking for dedicated people to join in the advancement of this demanding field. The Robotics Club at PSCC is a great place for PSCC students to learn, gain experience, find job opportunities, and have fun. No previous experience is required, but be prepared to work hard!