Team Continuum

The ℵ₁ Rover

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We are building a Mars Rover prototype!

The team consists of students who are passionate about computer science, mechanics and electronics.
Our robot's name is ℵ₁ (read as Aleph 1) which origins from the continuum hypothesis.
The project is founded by Institute of Computer Science.

The Continuum Student Research Group was founded at Institute of Computer Science, University of Wrocław in March 2014.
We debuted at European Rover Challenge 2015 where we started with our Aleph 1 robot. We got the 6th place out of 39 registered teams.
During University Rover Challenge 2016 we gained a place on the podium. We scored 3rd out of 63 registered teams.
During University Rover Challenge 2017 we scored 2nd place. In ERC 2018 we scored 11th place. In ERC 2019 we scored 9th place. In URC 2020 we got into finals, but it was cancelled due to COVID-19. In ERC 2020 we got 9th place. In ERC 2021 Remote we got 8th place.
In ERC 2022 our team members (including team lead) were working at the company that was responsible for ERC Remote Competition.

Our Mission


We educate about robotics


We design every part with its purpose in mind


The rover is a platform for autonomous navigation algorithms research


The rover is constantly extended

      Team Lead

    • Błażej Sowa
      (software, electronics)

      Team Members

    • Bartosz Sójka
      (mechanics, programming)
    • Cezary Siwek
      (drivetrain, system architecture, control, electronics)
    • Paweł Dybiec
      (software, computer vision, documentation)
    • Paweł Jasiak
      (operations, system administration)
    • Aleksander Szymański


    • Marek Materzok