Guy's research areas focus on motion planning, predictive simulations, and human behavioral analysis. He focuses in particular on approaches to these problems that leverage large-scale data analysis, optimization, and machine learning. He is particularly interested in cross-disciplinary applications of this work to a variety of real-world domains including robotics, video games, virtual reality, and medicine.
Ph.D. in Computer Science, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill (2012) B.S. in Computer Engineering, University of Virginia (2006)
Stephen J. Guy joined the Department of Computer Science & Engineering as an assistant professor in 2012 before being promoted to an associate professor in 2018. He also serves as the director of graduate studies. Guy received his M.S. (2009) and Ph.D. (2012) in computer science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is a member of ACM, IEEE, the IEEE Computer Society, and the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society. In 2018, Guy received the Charles E. Bowers Faculty Teaching Award.
Selected Grants EAGER: Uncertainty-aware Planning for Robot Navigation in Human Environments Guy, S. J.; National Science Foundation; 9/1/17 - 8/31/20
CHS-Small: Transforming the Architectural Design Review Process through Collaborative Embodiment in HMD-based Immersive Virtual Environments V. Interrante, S. J. Guy, L. Anderson; National Science Foundation; 9/2015 - 8/2020