About Us

Welcome to the future of robotics education. At Infamous Robotics we are passionate about educating children about all the engineering fields and design related to inventing your own robot. Our team has extensive experience in everything it takes to build a robot so your child can learn from the experts.

Our Mission

Our mission is to create robot inventors with our exclusive Robotics Inventors™ curriculum and course materials. This S.T.E.A.M. curriculum we have developed is designed to challenge the students with collegiate concepts in engineering so they can be prepared to pursue a career in the technical fields.


We are the only company to provide an accurate depiction of STEM subjects with Robotics and Entrepreneurship because we have done it ourselves


We allow students to find niche in robotics through creative and engaging exercises


We bring out the robotic inventor within each child, taking their input and giving them ownership in a friendly and rewarding environment

We are the only robotics education company to have its students file for a utility patent for an intelligent robot built from the ground up with NO TOY KITS


Our students beat out thousands of other students across the WORLD to win the Smithsonian Global Invent It challenge


We have been nominated for a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Engineering and Math Mentoring (PAESEM) Nominee and are part of the President’s ‘Educate to Innovate’ campaign

More comfortable with public speaking with technical subjects


Higher scores in Science and Math subjects


Transfers to IB/AP programs or magnet schools


Excelled interest outside of school in STEM subjects


“After the class Anthony now describes himself as “a big fan of robots” and has suggested that we start a company to teach kids robotics! He’s pretty ambitious for a 7 year-old!”

“He truly enjoyed your course and was very enthusiastic to take the next level. He took two or three classes with you.”

“I love that the kids were given so much independence and responsibility, and that they were exposed to different aspects (e.g., design, teamwork, public speaking). I love that they were not just putting robots together from kits, and that they had to use real problem-solving skills to achieve their goals. “

“Loved this class, it was the only summer camp he ever took that he wanted to go back to every day, he had a great time, and work on electrical items.”

“Infamous Robotics’ camp and RIC is Itael’s best camp experience. As a parent, it exceeded my expectations in many ways. Beyond the quality of instruction, Itael learned to work together as part of a team in setting a goal and work to make it happen. Exploring the various aspect of STEM components in such a fun way, he was inspired by his teammates: he didn’t like coding and now he loves it and want to learn more.
I was so proud to see him speak about the robot in public with such self confidence and passion! what Itael learned is way more than how to make a robot.”

Completion of our core introductory courses will earn the student a Robotics Engineering Certificate. Find out the benefits of earning your Robotics Engineering Certificate. ( Benefits: Membership to the groundbreaking Robotics Inventors Club™, unique upper levels focused on robot and robotics concepts not taught anywhere else)

Enrichment Outreach

Location: At the school, 1 hour sessions

8 sessions, Multiple levels available

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County/Community Center

Location: Various community centers
1 day weekend programs

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Summer Camps

Location: GMU Fairfax
4 days, run June-August

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Special Programs

NRW events, outreach programs, the Robotics Inventors Club

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Licensed Material

materials available for licensing

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Anthony ‘Mr Roboto’ Nunez

Anthony ‘Mr Roboto’ Nunez, an instructor, roboticist and serial entrepreneur in robotics, has founded two robotics companies in the Washington DC area. With extensive background in autonomous systems, robotics, assistive robotics application, sensor and software applications, he brings a wealth of experience to the team. Mr. Nunez previously worked on several DARPA robotics projects, funded university robot projects and on intelligent systems for Future Combat Systems in Military vehicles.


Carla Rodriguez


Carla Rodriguez, VP of Operations at Infamous Robotics LLC, has been with the company since it was founded and brings extensive experience in childhood development, child care and instructional lesson planning for children. Ms. Rodriguez has taught robotics at the Smithsonian, for county government programs and organized unique robotic competitions that challenge the students’ mind. She is an avid robot builder who loves to get hands on.

Cynthia Traeger


Cynthia Traeger is CEO of Pacific, a technology holding company; and is also founder and President, VSI Pacific which provides proprietary hardware and software to customers worldwide. She also serves as Director, Washington DC Founder Institute — FI is the largest idea-stage technology accelerator in the world. She is board member and Director of Vision III Imaging; advises the board LFS; and serves as a Trustee to the Board of Trustees, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology.

Dr. Anne Horak


Dr. Anne Horak has 18 years of experience in education, first as a classroom teacher, then as an administrator and currently as a researcher. Her career has focused on developing, implementing and assessing the effect of engaging instructional experiences. Dr. Horak believes all children should be challenged and his or her potential nurtured.

Professor Len Annetta, PhD


Professor Len Annetta, PhD, is a faculty member in science education at George Mason University. Professor Annetta’s work on science game design and development has been work renowned and he continues to work with both agencies and industry to explore innovative ways for students to learn.

Mary Valenta, PhD


Mary Valenta, PhD, served as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President at O’Neal Steel, Inc. Ms. Valenta served as Financial Manager for a Weyerhaeuser distribution center, and four years as Vice President and Treasurer for Glenayre Electronics in Charlotte. A move to Detroit resulted in an opportunity for her as Vice President of Finance for Little Caesars, and then as Chief Financial Officer of Cornerstone Schools.

Scott Spitzer


Scott Spitzer, provides expert, practical and cost-effective counsel to entrepreneurs, start-ups, and small and emerging companies. He has served as General Counsel and in-house counsel and as a member of senior management teams for companies in a broad range of industries, including those with a strong technology focus. Experienced legal counsel for entrepreneurs, start-up ventures and emerging growth companies His specialties includetechnology licensing and transactions, commercial contracts, outsourcing, employment, M&A, international and compliance.

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