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Maja Mataric´ is a professor in the Computer Science Department and Neuroscience
Program at the University of
Southern California, founding director of USC's interdisciplinary
Center for Robotics and Embedded
Systems (CRES) and co-director of the USC Robotics Research Lab.
Her research is focused on robots with the ability to help
people. To access her webpage, go here.
Emily is a third year Ph.D. student at
the University of Southern California
studying Electrical Engineering. She
is co-advised by Professor
Maja Mataric and Professor
To access her webpage, go here.
Adriana is a WiSE Postdoctodral
Fellow working with Maja
Mataric' at the USC
Interaction Lab. Her current research is focusing on
Human-Robot Interaction for socially
assistive applications. The main idea is to use robots in
human-centered environments for assisting people in their daily
activities with a focus on helping those in need of help (the
convalescent, the elderly, the young, and the disabled). To
access her webpage, go here.