Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a general term that implies the use of a computer to model and/or replicate intelligent behavior. Research in AI focuses on the development and analysis of algorithms that learn and/or perform intelligent behavior with minimal human intervention. These techniques have been and continue to be applied to a broad range of problems that arise in robotics, e-commerce, medical diagnosis, gaming, mathematics, and military planning and logistics, to name a few. Several research groups fall under the general umbrella of AI in the department, but are disciplines in their own right, including: robotics, natural language processing (NLP), computer vision, computational biology, and e-commerce. Specifically, research is being conducted in estimation theory, mobility mechanisms, multi-agent negotiation, natural language interfaces, machine learning, active computer vision, probabilistic language models for use in spoken language interfaces, and the modeling and integration of visual, haptic, auditory and motor information.

Faculty

Maria Gini headshot
CSE Distinguished Professor; Distinguished University Teaching Professor
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245 Shepherd Labs
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Stephen Guy headshot
Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies
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5-225F Keller Hall
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Volkan Isler headshot
Professor
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4-213 Keller Hall
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Dongyeap Kang headshot
Assistant Professor
Hyun Soo Park headshot
Assistant Professor
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261 Shepherd Labs
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Nikolaos Papanikolopoulos headshot
McKnight Presidential Endowed Professor, Distinguished McKnight University Professor, Director of Graduate Studies for Robotics, Minnesota Robotics Institute Director, Department of Computer Science & Engineering
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5-201 Keller Hall
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Junaed Sattar headshot
Assistant Professor
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4-203 Keller Hall
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Paul Schrater headshot
Professor
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218 Elliot Hall
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Ju Sun headshot
Assistant Professor
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5-225E Keller Hall
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Catherine Qi Zhao headshot
Associate Professor
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6-189 Keller Hall
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