Welcome to the UAS@UCLA wiki!
This is where our team stores all documentation, tutorials, projects, and general information for team members, AIAA, the UCLA community, and the general public.
New To UAS?
Visit the onboarding page to read up on the club and hopefully answer any questions you may have.
Here are the overview documents for all the subteams on UAS@UCLA and the respective component that each team is developing.
These are documentation folders for umbrella items that are used by more than one subteam.
- Team Website (uasatucla.org) - Our public website
- Wiki - Internal collection of educational resources and technical specifications
- OpenProject - Task tracking and deadlines
- Slack - Announcements and message channels
- Google Group - Email list
- Github - Code management
- Jenkins / Travis CI - Continuous integration and testing frameworks
- Subversion - shared project management and vesioning for CAD/training images/video editing
If you are an active team member and would like to be added as a member to these tools, please refer to the onboarding page.
Other hands-on engineering student groups at UCLA
Check out these other cool student groups on campus!
- AIAA at UCLA - The umbrella organization to UAS@UCLA, Rocket Project at UCLA, and Design-Build-Fly. AIAA at UCLA manages the resources shared between these projects, and offers outreach + networking opportunities for undergraduate Aerospace/Mechanical engineers on campus.
- Rocket Project at UCLA - Designs and tests industrial-grade rockets for accomplishing a variety of challenges involving fuel type, altitude goals, and recovery.
- Design Build Fly at UCLA - Builds an airframe from scratch to accomplish various size, payload, and propulsion requirements set by the competition.
- Bruin Racing - Builds custom cars for various competitions, including Baja (all-terrain vehicles), Supermileage (all-electric vehicles), and Formula (Formula-style vehicles).
- ELFIN - The Electron Losses and Fields Investigation team, which designs and builds cube satellites destined for real use in space (funded by NASA).
- Have another UCLA project to list here? Use our contact form to let us know!
Reach out to our leadership team - we're always glad to help out!
For team members: Slack and the leadership email are the best ways of getting a hold of us. For external members, please use the contact form linked on the homepage of our team website.
"To most people, the sky is the limit. To those who love aviation, the sky is home." ~Jerry Crawford