Air Devils is an engineering organization at Arizona State dedicated to the study and design of aircraft and utilize our skills in this area to compete in international competitions.
We focus on industry networking and student involvement. We participate in student competitions hosted by the American Concrete Institute (ACI), and give back to the community through concrete related activities.
ASU ASCE is a student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. We are a student-organized, student-led organization.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is a professional organization which was founded to promote good practice in multidisciplinary engineering, with an emphasis on the mechanical concentration.
ChemE Car is a club where students use Chemical Engineering skills to create a small vehicle that is both powered by and stopped by a chemical reaction. The club competes at AIChE conferences.
Sun Devil Chess is a club that is interested in promoting chess in Arizona as well as establishing a fun environment for individuals to play chess and network with other players. We hold biweekly meetings with casual blitz, bughouse, and banter, along with biweekly...
Combat Ready Robotics at ASU is open to any and all ASU students and focuses on building interest and excitement for robotics through the medium of robot combat. Members will have the opportunity to design and construct real combat robots at one of several weight...
We focus on several areas such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science. We welcome all majors and anyone interested in hands on learning in science and engineering with a focus on robotics.
DIYbio supports the ASU charter by encouraging collaboration and inclusion between disciplines and between all students of Arizona State University. We encourage personal and professional growth through activities relevant to synthetic biology. Learn more: Sun Devil...
Next Level Devils (NLD) primary focus for the Spring 2017 is finalize our project for NASA organization, Microgravity University. NLD plans to meet twice a week throughout the semester to accomplish the task required by Microgravity University. Major accomplishments this semester are to fund the design and fabrication process of our proposal and also travel to and from NASA location in Texas where we will test our product in the Neutral Buoyancy Lab.
Rossum Rumblers (Robotics Club) does everything from competing in Battlebots arena to model rocketry.
Solar Devils is a cross-disciplinary, project-based club where students build a solar powered electric car from scratch. Students go through many different aspects of the engineering process including planning and designing of the shell/chassis of the car, solar...
SAE@ASU was formed to give students of all majors the ability to use their classroom theory in a real world application. This multidisciplinary organization is run like a small business in order to create a Formula style racecar, off-road Baja buggy, Supermileage streamliner, and radio-controlled airplane.
Sun Devil Motorsports – Formula Electric is the Electric Vehicle arm of Sun Devil Motorsports. Here we as students design, build and compete with a Formula-style electric race car. Team members will have the opportunity to generate designs in a collaborative workspace seen nowhere else at Arizona State University.
Sun Devil Racing (SDR) is a student-run organization that competes annually in the Society of Automotive Engineers Baja Competition. Members of SDR are challenged to take knowledge from the classroom and apply them to real-world scenarios; engineering,...
Sun Devil Robotics Club is for any and all ASU students who are interested in robots!
Sun Devil Rocketry is a completely student run organization dedicated to the design, manufacture, and launch of high powered rockets, as well as the development of experimental propellants and propulsion systems.
The Sun Devil Satellite Laboratory is a student organization dedicated to the design, test, and manufacture of spacecraft and spacecraft technologies.
The goal of sunhacks is to create an astounding hackathon each year and to build a strong hacker community at Arizona State University.