Sam is a second year mechanical engineering student who is passionate about robotics and 3d modelling. He helped prototype the gripper mechanism for a previous vehicle and is currently working with the rest of the mechanical team to produce a new vehicle design for this year’s Robosub competition. In addition to his engineering expertise, Sam has a creative side and enjoys music and video production.
Hunter is a second year electrical engineering student on the electrical team. He recently joined AUVIC and is currently assisting the rest of the elec team with projects as needed. He also plays Junior hockey in Victoria and likes to play golf.
Mechanical Team Co-Lead
Devin is a mechanical engineering student and worked on the stability calculations and kill switch for Trident.
Mechanical Team Co-Lead
Isaac is a mechanical engineering student interested in robotics and mechanical design. He loves spending time in the outdoors and eating great food. He is currently working on the main assembly and the stability calculations.
Cole is a third year mechanical engineering student. He designed the current AUVIC logo, enjoys watching sports, and hiking. He is currently helping in designing the dropper for the new sub.
Matthew is a second year computer engineer at UVIC who enjoys working on firmware and software. He is part of the electrical team at AUVIC and works on projects from firmware for stm32 chips to opencv computer vision. Outside of engineering Matthew enjoys hiking rocky trails, watching American/Japanese cartoons and designing fascinating scenes/models in blender.
Software Team Lead
Victor is a second year Computer Science student who joined AUVIC in his first year of study at UVic. His interests lie in interdisciplinary applications of CS. He is working on computer vision and other aspects of software design.
Kira is a second-year computer science student who joined AUVIC in her first year. She is currently working on the computer vision model. She has done a co-op in automation testing and enjoys being outside and playing sports.
Phil is in charge of developing the control system for our AUV, which is a critical component of its overall functionality. With their deep knowledge of linear PID, Phil focuses on ensuring that our AUV moves efficiently and accurately through the water, making it a key player in the success of our club’s projects.
Paddy is a 4th year computer science and psychology student who enjoys spending time with friends and meditation. He is currently assisting in computer vision and hopefully PID controller integration