This is the home page of the UT Austin Villa robot soccer team. We are a RoboCup soccer team from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin. We compete in both the legged and simulation leagues of RoboCup soccer. Our team name is a play on the name of a prominent English football club, Aston Villa. News 27 June 2021
UT Austin Villa has participated successfully in past RoboCup competitions, every year since 2003. In 2012, we finished 1st plance in the soccer SPL, in 2016, we finished 2nd place in the soccer SPL,
The UT Austin Villa team, led by Prof. Peter Stone at the University of Texas at Austin, competes in the Standard Platform League (SPL). UT Austin Villa won the international SPL championship at RoboCup 2012 and finished seond at RoboCup 2016!
This is the official site of the UT Austin Villa 3D Simulation team from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin. In the RoboCup 3D Simulation League autonomous (controlled only by their own software) robots compete against each other in a physically realistic simulated game of soccer.
Learning to Play Keepaway (See the UT Austin Villa page for other robot-soccer-related projects from this lab.). Keepaway is a subtask of robot soccer in which one team, the keepers, tries to maintain possession of a ball within a limited region, while another team, the takers, tries to gain possession.
The UT Austin Villa robot soccer team participating in an international RoboCup Competition.
NAO RoboCup Team (Learning Agents Research Group) - The Softbank NAO robot is used by the UT Austin Villa RoboCup team to compete in the annual RoboCup Standard Platform League soccer competition. This humanoid robot perceives the world through two cameras and IMU sensors and uses this information to control each of its joints to walk, kick, as well as high-level planning.
AUSTIN (KXAN) — The UT Austin Robot Soccer team won the Robo Cup Monday, after competing in Beijing’s World Robot Conference.
The official Soccer page for the University of Texas Longhorns