Keller Hall 1-202 (Undergraduate Robotics and Vision Lab)

The Undergraduate Robotics Laboratory has state of the art facilities for projects in robotics, virtual reality, and graphics. Students work in the laboratory on individual or group projects under the guidance of a faculty advisor. The laboratory has been established with funding from National Science Foundation (NSF) and the College of Science and Engineering.

This lab is reserved for Department of Computer Science and Engineering students.

Robotics Equipment

  • 3 TurtleBots
  • 1 ReThink Robotics Baxter robot
  • 13 Pioneer robots
  • 9 SICK laser radars

Coming Soon

  • 5 TurtleBot 3 Waffle Pi robots with Open Manipulators
    • 5 Dell Latitude 3420 laptops for controlling the TurtleBot 3 Waffle Pi robots
  • 2 Dell Precision 3640 Desktops for image and machine vision processing
  • 5 Intel Realsense D435i stereo cameras
  • 4 F1Tenth autonomous vehicle test platform

Computer Details

  • Operating Systems: Ubuntu 20.04
  • Computer Specifications:
    • Dell XPS 8910
    • Intel Core i7-6700 CPU 3.40GHz
    • 16GB RAM
    • Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080
  • Computer Names: and
  • Monitors: one 24" LCD per computer

Lab Assistance

Contact CSE-IT for assistance by using the red phone in any CSE classroom or lab.

Assistive Technologies

To request adaptive technologies email


Individuals with a CSE Labs account are able to print at any CSE computer lab or classroom. Learn more about printing in CSE Labs.

CSE Labs Accounts


Students who are currently enrolled in the College of Science and Engineering are eligible for a CSE Labs account.

  1. Review the University’s policy for Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources.
  2. Request a CSE Labs account.


Current CSE faculty can submit an account request via email to