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The Austin Villa Robot Soccer Team: Home

Welcome! 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.

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The Austin Villa Robot Soccer Team: Athome

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, and also in 2016, we finished 1st place in the 3D simulation league for the 5th time in 6 years. Photos/videos

The Austin Villa Robot Soccer Team: Competitions

RoboCup 2005 took place from 13 to 19 July 2005 at Intex Osaka in Osaka, Japan. The UT Austin Villa simulation team won 1st place out of 10 entrants in the simulated coach competition. Also, the legged league team made the quarterfinals. ( Detailed results...)

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The Austin Villa Robot Soccer Team: Members

Team Members Dr. Peter Stone Peter is the founder and team leader of the Austin Villa robot soccer teams. His interest in this challenging domain was sparked at the 1994 AAAI conference upon seeing a demonstration of the UBC Dynamite project. As a result, in 1994, as a Ph.D. candidate, he co-founded the robosoccer project at Carnegie Mellon University.

The Austin Villa Robot Soccer Team: Papers

The UT Austin Villa 2003 Four-Legged Team. In Daniel Polani, Brett Browning, Andrea Bonarini, and Kazuo Yoshida, editors, RoboCup-2003: Robot Soccer World Cup VII, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2004. Extended version (technical report with full details: "UT Austin Villa 2003: A New RoboCup Four-Legged Team").

The Austin Villa Robot Soccer Team: Nao

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 ! The team also won the 2009 US Open , the 2010 US Open, the 2012 US Open, and the 2016 US Open in the SPL, and finished third in the 2013 RoboCup competition, third in the 2010 RoboCup competition, and fourth in the 2009 RoboCup competition.

The Austin Villa Robot Soccer Team: Research

Machine learning was applied to kicking motion process in order to optimize the power of kicking motions on the Aibo ERS-7. The resulting learned kick is shown to be more powerful than UT Austin Villa's most powerful handcoded kick.

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Austin Villa Coach Binaries. The Austin Villa simulated coach is an agent capable of giving RocoCup soccer agents strategic advice about general play from handcoded rules and opponent-specific advice from rules learned through observing past opponent play. The 2003 coach was implemented mostly from scratch.

UT Austin Villa Wins at 2016 World RoboCup

Steven E Franklin. Computer Science. Five of the SPL team members at the 2016 RoboCup US Open, which the team won. From left to right, they are Katie Genter, Sanmit Narvekar, Josiah Hanna, Josh Kelle and Jake Menashe. The UT Austin Villa robot soccer team, led by University of Texas at Austin computer science professor Peter Stone, returned from the 2016 RoboCup competition in Leipzig, Germany as the world champions in the 3D Simulation league and with an impressive second-place win in the ...