Robots Play Winning Soccer

July 2, 2009

Texas Computer Science students are programming robots to play soccer... and winning. Current robots are only 2-feet high, but the goal is to develop robotic players large and skillful enough to beat a real-live World Cup team by 2050. Students from Texas Tech (TT) and The University of Texas at Austin (UT) use C++ to program robots to play without human interaction during the games. The robots play as a team and make individual decisions. ...

University of Texas at Austin Team Finishes First in Coached Simulation League at International Robotic Championship

July 11, 2003

Dr. Peter Stone, assistant professor of computer sciences, and his student team won first place in a computer-simulated soccer competition at RoboCup 2003 in Italy. ...

Stone & Team Participate in RoboCup 2003

June 14, 2003

Assistant Professor Peter Stone and his team of students are headed to Padua, Italy, for the 2003 RoboCup. ...

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