Art & Robotics Group
Based in Toronto, Canada. Between 1996 and 2001, ARG created a variety of robotic art and kinetic sculptures. The site includes descriptions of projects and a mailing list.
Atlanta Hobby Robotic Club
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Holds monthly meetings, monthly RBNO, and annual Robot Rally competition. AHRC was founded in 1981 as an offshoot of the Atlanta Computer Society. Site includes a discussion forum, photos, meeting minutes, and calendar.
B9 Robot Builders Club
An online club whose members are dedicated to building replicas of the B9 robot from the Lost in Space TV show. Building tips, links to suppliers and technical details are provided.
Bellingham Artificial Intelligence and Robotics So
BAIRS meets monthly on the Western Washington University campus in Bellingham, Washington, United States. Meetings are open to everyone.
Brisbane Robotics SIG
Based in Brisbane, Australia. Holds monthly meetings as well as workshops and competitions. Site includes an event calendar.
Based in the greater Buffalo, New York area. Site include a mailing list, information on contests and club projects.
Cal Robotics Club
Based at the University of California at Berkeley. Our goal is to promote the building of and research into robots. Site includes project information and a documentation database.
Carnegie Mellon Robotics Club
Holds meetings on the CMU campus in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Membership is open to all CMU students. Site includes photo gallery and project list.
Central Illinois Robotics Club
Based in Peoria, Illinois, United States. Founded in 1997. CIRC holds monthly meetings and an annual Sumo contest. Site includes meeting schedule, news, and a mailing list.
Central Jersey Robotics Group
Located New Jersey, United States. The CJRG uses robotics to teach electronics to high school students and holds an annual robot open house called Robot Madness.
Chicago Area Robotics Group
ChiBots is based in Chicago, Illinois, United States and holds monthly meetings. Founded in 2000. Site includes meeting minutes, photos, and a group email list.
Computers, Robotics, and Artists Society of Housto
CRASH is based in Houston, Texas, United States. Founded in 1994. Holds occasional physical meetings but concentrates on virtual collaboration.
Connecticut Robotics Society
Based in West Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Monthly meetings and line-following contest held at Hartford University. Site includes club projects, member list, meeting minutes, and photos.
Dallas Personal Robotics Group
Based in Dallas, Texas, United States. Founded in 1984, the DPRG holds monthly meetings, a weekly Robot Power Lunch (RPL), a weekly Robot Builders Night Out (RBNO), and several contests each year. Site includes robot news, technical articles, photo galleries, meeting minutes and a calendar of events.
Denver Area Robotics Club
Based in Denver, Colorado, United States. DARC holds monthly meetings. Site includes meetings info, projects, technical articles, photos, and mailing list.
Duke University Robotics Club
DURC is located at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, United States. Founded in 2001. Site include projects, meetings times and minutes, member list, and photos.
East Finchley Robotics Club
Located in East Finchley, London, United Kingdom. The club is sponsored by the OrionRobots community website and provides a way for local robot builders and researchers to pool their resources, while holding workshops for young and new builders.
East Texas Robot Builders
Based in Tyler, Texas, United States. Unique club structure with no membership dues, officers, or bureaucracy; just robotics. Site includes forumn and meeting information.
Finland Robotic Society
Located in Helsinki, Finland. Founded in 1983. Site in English and Finnish.
GMU Robotics Club
Open to student at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, United States. The group holds weekly meetings. Site includes meeting info, projects, and a photo gallery.
Greater Lafayette Lego Robotics Club
LAFLRC is based in Lafayette, Indiana, United States. Open to anyone who is interested in Lego Mindstorm robotics. Meets twice a month. Site include photos, news, and event schedule.
HomeBrew Robotics Club
Based in San Jose, California, United States. HBRC is the origin of the RoboBrick and holds monthly general meetings and SIG meetings. Site includes general information, meeting calendar, technical articles, and a mailing list.
IEEE Robotics and Automation Society
Local and student chapters of IEEE RAS have been established in many US States and in 14 countries. Website includes local chapter contact list, calendar and resource lists.
Indianapolis Autonomous Robotics Club
IndyARC is based in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The group welcomes anyone interested in designing and building self-guided robots for competition, education, or just for fun.
Iowa State University Robotics Club
Meets on the ISU campus in Ames, Iowa, United States and is open to ISU students, faculty, staff, and spouses.
Iran Science and Arts Foundation Robotic e-Club
An educational club for high schools in Iran. The site includes a discussion forumn, news, and resource links.
IU Robotics Club
Based at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, United States. The club was founded in 2001 and holds weekly meetings on campus. Membership is open to IU students.
Kansas City Area Robotics Society
KCARS was founded in 2003 and holds monthly meetings. Site includes event information and project descriptions.
Las Vegas Robot Club
This group is based in Las Vegas, Nevada and holds regular meetings a the offices of a local robotics company.
LEGO Robotics Group of Ann Arbor
Based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Site includes member profiles, discussion forums, and event calendar.
Lenox High Bot Club
Based in Lenox, Massachusetts, United States. Membership is open to Lenox high school students. The club provides real world experience in electronics, science, and physics principles through the construction of robots.
Privately operated group promoting educational robotics projects in Maine, United States. Projects include a FIRST LEGO League team and robotic summer camps. Also provides on-site robotics workshops for teachers.
Mid US Robotics Club
MURC is an online robot combat club that sponsors battlebot-style contests between radio controlled vehicles. Website includes contest rules and a discussion forum.
Missouri Area Robotics Society
MARS holds monthly meetings in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Website includes an online discussion forum.
Mobile Autonomous Robot Society
MARS is a student organization of the University of Alabama in Huntsville, Alabama, United States. Membership is open to all UAH students. Site include member list and project pages.
Nashua Robot Builders
NRB is based in Nashua, New Hampshire, United States and holds monthly meetings. Site includes newsletters and meeting information.
New Mexico Tech Robotics Club
NMTRC holds weekly meetings and is open to all all New Mexico Tech students. Site includes meeting minutes, projects listing, and historical archives.
Northern Colorado Robotics Club
Based in Boulder, Colorado, United States. Holds monthly meetings. Yahoo! Group site includes mailing list, photos, and calendar of events.
Ottawa Robotics Enthusiasts
Based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. ORE holds monthly meetings at Algonquin College. Site includes technical articles, project plans, and a mailing list.
Based in Gardners, Pennsylvania, United States. Holds monthly meetings. Members build both autonmous robots and Battlebot-style R/C combat vehicles. Site includes a discussion forum, photos, and calendar.
Phoenix Area Robotics Experimenters
Based in Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Founded in 1998. PAReX holds two meetings each month and several competition annually. Site includes a calendar and technical articles.
Pikes Peak Robotics Group
PPRG holds the Monthly meetings. Site includes links to other robotics resource.
Pittsburgh Area Robotics Society
Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. PARS was founded in 1999 and holds monthly meetings.
Pittsburgh Robotics Society
Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Monthly meetings held on the first saturday of each month.
Portland Area Robotics Society
Based in Portland, Oregon, United States. PARTS holds monthly meetings and an annual competition. Site includes meeting minutes, projects, technical articles, and photos.
RHIT Aerial Robotics Club
Based at the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana, United States. Membership open to RHIT students. Site includes meeting info, photo gallery, and project list.
RIT Multi Disciplinary Robotics Club
The MDRC is located at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York, United States. Membership is open to RIT students.
Robot Chicks Union
A robot club for high school girls intersted in robotics and participating in FIRST competitions. The RCU connects interested girls with female engineers and mentors.
Robot Club of Traverse City, MI
Based in Traverse City, Michigan, United States. Site includes schedule of monthly meetings, meeting minutes, photos, and project list.
Robotics Art Club
RAC is open to father/son teams who wish to work on the creation of robotic art projects. All club business is conducted over the web. RAC meets weekly in Seekonk, Massachusetts, United States.
Robotics Society of Southern California
Based in Fullerton, California, United States. RSSC holds monthly meetings and occasional competitions. Site includes mailing list.
Sacramento Area Robotics Group
SARG is based in Sacramento, California, United States. SARG holds monthly meetings. Site includes meeting and event listings.
San Diego Robotics Society
Based in San Diego, California, United States. SDRS holds monthly meetings, workshops, and an annually competition. Site includes technical papers, mailing list, and photos.
San Francisco Robotics Society of America
The San Francisco Robotics Society of America promotes free exchange of information about robotics to stimulate education in the sciences, create new businesses, and to promote the enjoyment of robotics as a hobby.
Seattle Robotics Society
Founded in 1982, the SRS is one of the oldest and largest robotics groups in the world. Membership is open to everyone. The group holds monthly meetings and several competitions. Site includes the Encoder online newsletter.
So-Cal Hero Group
Based in Los Angeles, California, United States. Meets monthly to work on restoration of Heathkit Hero 2000 Robots.
Society for Houston Area Robotics Projects
SHARP holds monthly meetings at the Ft. Bend Library in Sugar Land, Texas. Site includes meeting schedule and event information.
Southern Oregon Robotics Club
Based in Grants Pass, Oregon, United States. SORC holds monthly meetings and the annual RoboMaxx competition. Site includes mailing list and photo gallery.
The Boise Robotics Group
Based in Boise, Idaho and known as Bo_RG by its members. Site includes meeting schedule, the group's mailing list, and event information.
The Robot Group
Based in Austin, Texas, United States. Holds monthly meetings and informal weekly get togethers. Founded in 1989 by a group of engineers and artists.
The Robotics Club of Yahoo!
An online club open to robot hobbyists and professionals. Site includes technical articles, tutorials, and group projects. TRCY also sponsors a Yahoo! based mailing list and weekly chats.
The UK Cybernetics Club
An online collective based in the United Kingdom. Membership is open to anyone interested in intelligent mobile robots.
Triangle Amateur Robotics
TAR is based in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. Originally a homebrew computer club founded in 1975, the group was renamed to TAR in 1987. TAR holds monthly meetings and an annual contest.
Trinity College Robot Study Team
Founded in 1992, the team is run by undergraduate students and focuses on the design and construction of robots for the Trinity College Fire Fighting Home Robot Contest.
Turkish Istanbul Area Hobby Robot Builders
Formed in 2003. Meets in Istanbul area. Open to anyone with an interest in hobby robotics.
Twin Cities Robotic Group
TCRG is based in St. Paul, Minnesota, United States and holds monthly meetings. Site includes technical articles, member profiles, and robot photos.
UBR is based at SUNY at Buffalo, in Buffalo, New York, United States. Founded in 1998. Membership is open to University at Buffalo undergraduate students. Site include projects, photos, and meeting information.
Union College Robotics Club
A campus club open to students of Union College in Schenectady, New York, United States. UCRC annually designs a robot for competition. Site includes project photos, mailing list, and meeting minutes.
University of Arizona Micro Air Vehicle Club
Student group that develops Micro Air Vehicles (MAVs), tiny radio-controlled or autonomous robot aircraft. Meets weekly on UA campus.
University of Illinois at Chicago Engineering Desi
Based in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Founded in 2000. The UIC EDT is open to students of UIC and holds weekly meetings on campus. Site includes a project list, meeting schedule, and mailing list.
University of Toronto Robotics Association
The University of Toronto Robotics Association (UTRA) is primarily interested in designing and constructing competitive robots for competition in BattleBots and other similar events.
Vancouver Island Robotics
Based in Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The site includes meeting information and a mailing list.
Vancouver Robotics Club
Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The club holds monthly meetings. Site includes meeting calendar and mailing list.
Waterloo Aerial Robotics Group
Based at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. WARG was founded in 1997 and has the goal of developing autonomous air and ground robots. Membership is open to UW students. Site includes meeting information, history, and event information.
Western Canadian Robotics Society
Based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Founded in 2001. WCRS holds monthly meetings at the SAIT campus and puts on the annual Western Canadian Robot Games. Site includes photos, general information and a meeting calendar.