BadgerLoop provides members with an unparalleled learning environment to work on real-world problems in a pseudo-startup setting, expanding students' education outside of the classroom. We are enthusiastic about making the Hyperloop concept a reality through innovation.
Concrete Canoe Club designs and constructs a canoe out of concrete. They provide a fun atmosphere for applying engineering principles from the classroom, while learning important team and project management skills.
The Human Powered Vehicle team supplements what is taught in the classroom with hands-on experience. This team provides an opportunity to build technical skills in designing, manufacturing, and testing products within a team setting.
The SAE Baja competition presents a wide range of opportunities for collegiate teams to create an alternative to the common ATV. In the course of innovations in each of the subsystems, Wisconsin Baja has created a safe, affordable, and innovative alternative to the ATV.
Formula SAE, also known as Wisconsin Racing, competes in an international collegiate competition where students analyze, design, build, and compete with a small-scale open wheel prototype racecar.
The Steel Bridge Team is a competition team that designs, fabricates, and competes with a one tenth scale bridge that can hold over 2500 pounds. The team provide students of any level of knowledge hands on experience in solving complex engineering design problems.
Wisconsin Space Race is the first undergraduate team to work exclusively on designing, manufacturing, and testing of liquid propellant rockets. They compete in the Dollar Per Foot challenge hosted by Friends of Amateur Rocketry.
The clean snowmobile team modifies snowmobiles to be cleaner, quieter, and more efficient - and also loves to rip sleds in their off-time.
Formula SAE Electric, also known as Wisconsin Racing, competes in an international collegiate competition where students analyze, design, build, and compete with a small scale open wheel prototype race car.
Wisconsin Autonomous is a student organization at UW-Madison dedicated to the research and development of self-driving vehicles. Through collaboration with industry sponsors, the organization competes in two national and international competitions.
WiscWind designs and constructs wind-driven power systems to supply electricity to non-grid connected devices for off-grid applications. They focus on effective electrical and electronic design of the wind turbine for efficient and safe control of the device.