These people are the reason for our success and expertise.
Alex is a mechanical engineering junior specializing in design and management. As President of the organisation, he oversees its direction and ensures it serves it purpose. He has been competing in robotics competitions ever since middle school and has a plethora of skills to teach to and mentor new roboticists and enthusiasts. These experiences have led to his form belief that projects are the best way for engineers to learn and test their skills, not only in isolation, but in conjunction with other disciplines. With that in mind he hopes to give the students of UNT the opportunity to learn engineering the proper way.
Sebastian KingVice President
Sebastian is a post-baccalaureate world languages student, with a degree in Computer Science. His role is to oversee the day-to-day running of the organisation and help ensure the organisation best serves the students at UNT. His expertise are programming and electrical engineering and he specialises in networking and remote control systems. He is also responsible for a lot of the more ambitious projects around campus, including the famous Sofabot and our re-usable weather balloon project.
She’s a woman of action, eternal optimist, and a passionate speaker. As an undergraduate mechanical engineering student, her enthusiasm for the art of engineering is vast and the hunger for discovery drives her motivation which has led to many successes during her undergraduate years. Although not easily. She has gone through many failures and complicated situations which shaped a new passion to inspire the youth and other students to overcome diversity and really fight for their dreams. She believes everyone is destined for greatness, and that it's important to not let the minor roadblocks we stumble upon crush the stars we wish upon.
Tyler Adam MartinezTreasurer
Tyler is a junior currently studying electrical engineering with a minor in biomedical engineering. He focuses on robotics and automation, and loves designing cool circuits and building electronics.
Nicholas TindleProject Manager
Nicholas Tindle is a Computer Engineering student at UNT. He works in software engineering and loves hackathons. You can generally find him wearing a hat and probably a sweatshirt. He has a long history of collaboration with UNT Robotics as the first president, a loyal advisor, and now Project Manager. He has also served as an advisor to the Dean and is currently an officer of Engineering United. Nick has helped host numerous events at the university over the years. In his professional life, he works in data analysis, web development, and python scripting.
Jesse SullivanAerospace Division Lead
Jesse is a senior mechanical engineering student interested in all things that fly and go fast. He has 4 years of experience in amateur high-power rocketry and currently holds an L1 certification with the National Association of Rocketry. He founded the Aerospace Division with UNT Robotics in order to foster interest in the hobby and provide a learning experience for anyone to become a part of.
Jesus PatiñoPublic Relations
Jesus is the Public Relations officer. He loves to help people, enjoys our fun and social activities, while stretching his legs with hobby of graphics design. He’s also runs our socials, so send a message to @untrobotics to say Hi at any time!
Ashank AnnamCorporate Relations
Ashank is a freshman studying Business Computer Information Systems. He has been interested in robotics since high school. He loves to meet new people and learn new technologies.
Peyton is a junior, studying computer science with a minor in mathematics. He's the webmaster for UNT Robotics and in charge of the website that you see in front of you. He enjoys learning and using new technologies and have a passion for creating things.