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I am an Assistant Professor in the Interactive Intelligence group, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science (EEMCS), at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft).
I received a PhD in Computer Science (2016) from North Carolina State University. Prior to TU Delft, I have been an Assistant Professor at Rochester Institute of Technology (2017—2019), an intern at Google, and Software Engineer at Alcatel-Lucent.
Engineering socially intelligent agents is the overarching theme of my research. I envision computing systems as sociotechnical systems that support rich interactions between humans and computational agents, enabling a variety of individual and societal applications. I seek to develop (1) cognitive abstractions (e.g., values, norms, trust, and contexts) for systematically engineering sociotechnical systems; (2) deliberation and negotiation techniques to support rich, many-to-many, interactions among humans and agents, and (3) data-driven methods for supporting decision making by intelligent agents.
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