The Mines Robotics graduate program is an interdisciplinary program that unites faculty, coursework and research opportunities from the departments of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering and the division of Engineering, Design, and Society, creating an educational experience that accurately reflects the inherently interdisciplinary and systems-oriented nature of the field of robotics. The program features a core curriculum focused on four robotics focus areas, while also giving students flexibility to choose electives to develop their depth of expertise. Graduates have the cutting-edge skills needed for robotics careers in either research or industry.

Zhang wins NSF CAREER Award for robot reflection, imagination research

Why do robots need to reflect and imagine? Ask Zhang and he’ll tell you that it’s not so much about make-believe but rather robots’ ability to continually adapt to new scenarios without having to physically … More

Robotics Blog

Official Hub for the Robotics Program at Mines

  • MIRRORLab Summer Speakers 2020
    The Mines Interactive Robotics Research Lab (MIRRORLab) is excited to announce its invited speakers for Summer 2020! We’re excited to feature nine fantastic Ph.D. students this summer, from around the …
  • Using Confucian Ethics to Design Communicative Robots
    Something is wrong in the state of natural language generation. While deep neural end-to-end language generation systems have proven to be eminently capable of generating fluent, human-like text, they …
  • Mines Robotics Powers On
    We’re excited to announce the launch of the Robotics graduate program at the Colorado School of Mines, and the launch of this blog to celebrate all things Mines Robotics!A New ProgramOfficial program …