Our Team

The Titan Rover team at California State University, Fullerton is a multidisciplinary team of engineering, science, and business students building a simulated Mars rover for the University Rover Challenge hosted by The Mars Society.

There’s many reasons Titan Rover is so passionate about this project.
Every step in design and development involves students, faculty, and engineering professionals in tackling new obstacles. which builds a sense of solidarity and accomplishment among the team. Every member working on the Titan Rover Project develops skills through application and practice, and can see the payoff for all their hard work in the end. Titan Rover also serves as the senior design project for many of the senior level students, so it is essential to them as an academic project.

Louis Vest

Louis Vest

President

Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Class of Spring 2019

Louis Vest

President

Juan Villalobos

Juan Villalobos

Vice President

Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Class of Spring 2020

Juan Villalobos

Vice President

Nguyen Nguyen

Nguyen Nguyen

Mechanical Lead

Mechanical Engineering Grad/Undergraduate Class of Spring 2019

Nguyen Nguyen

Mechanical Lead

Timothy Parks

Timothy Parks

Controls Lead

Computer Science Grad/Undergraduate Class of Summer 2019

Timothy Parks

Controls Lead

Luis Toledo

Luis Toledo

Electrical Lead

Electrical Engineering Grad/Undergraduate Class of Spring 2019

Luis Toledo

Electrical Lead

Danial Arroyo

Danial Arroyo

Science Lead

Biology Major (minor is chemistry and psychology) Undergraduate Class of Spring 2019

Danial Arroyo

Science Lead

Join Us!

If you’re interested in joining the team, or just want to learn more, message us here!






Sponsor Us!

If you’re interested in sponsoring us through either financial or gifts-in-kind donations, let us know!