Morse-Alumni Distinguished Teaching Professor of Computer Science
College of Science and Engineering Distinguished Professor
Member of the Academy of Distinguished Teachers, University of Minnesota, 1998-.
Winner of the Inaugural Distinguished Women Scholars Award, University of Minnesota, 2001.
ACM Distinguished Scientist
Areas of interest: Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Intelligent Agents.
Mailing Address: 4-192 Keller Hall, 200 Union St SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
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|Distributed Robotics||MAGNET: Intelligent Agents for Electronic Commerce|
|MinDART (Minnesota Distributed Autonomous Robotics Team)||TAC-SCM: Autonomous Agents for Supply-Chain Management|
|MinERS: Minnesota Emergency Response Squad||Learning Robot Programming through Playing Computer Games|
|Robot Motion Planning||Planning with Missing Information|
|Robot Learning||Logical Sensors/Actuators|
|Navigation with Moving Obstacles||Agents for the Web|
Extending the Next Generation Robot Laboratory to Increase Diversity
in Undergraduate CS Programs
|OUTOBOX: Machine Learning Reading Group||Medlang: Medical Language Study Group|
|Organizer of the First Summer Computing Academy for female high-school students. June 15 to June 26, 2015 at the University of Minnesota.||Organizer of MinneWIC, the regional celebration of Women in Computing in the Upper MidWest, February 20-21, 2015. Minneapolis, MN. Watch for information on how to contribute and how to attend,||Member of the Board of the Computer Research Association's Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research (CRA-W), 2007-.||Co-Director of DREU: Distributed Research Experiences for Undergraduates.|| Member of the Board of Directors,
International Foundation on
Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (IFAAMAS),
2006-2012, 2014-2020. President of IFAAMAS 2015-2017.
Editorial Board, Artificial Intelligence, 2013-.
Associate Editor, Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 2007-.
Editorial Board, Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering, 1997-.
Associate Editor, Robotics and Autonomous Systems , 2011-.
Editorial Board, Web Intelligence and Agent Systems (WIAS), 2005-2015.
Associate Editor for the IEEE RAS Conference Editorial Board, 2006-
video of the 2006 lab using the AIBO dogs
or go to
to see the videos of the some type of lab done in 2007. The lab was done
in Scheme. Remember, you can do whatever you want in Scheme, even get a
dog to dance!
[Work partially supported by NSF under grant DUE-CCLI-0511304 and by
the Bush Foundation program at the University of Minnesota to improve
learning in large classes.]
For more information on the NSF project and the partner universities go to http://faculty.berea.edu/pearcej/aibo/
Visit this page for examples of programs written for myro.Copyright: © 2000-2012 by the Regents of the University of Minnesota