Autonomous  Robots
To do what no robot has been able to do before


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Mohan Sridharan
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Texas Tech University. From September 2007 to October 2008, I was a Research Fellow in the School of Computer Science (CS) at The University of Birmingham (UK) on the Cognitive Systems (CoSy) project. Prior to that, I was a Ph.D. candidate in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department (ECE) at The University of Texas at Austin.

My primary research interests include knowledge representation and reasoning, machine learning, computer vision and cognitive science as applied to autonomous mobile robots. I develop algorithms that enable robots to collaborate with non-expert human participants, acquiring and using sensor inputs and high-level human feedback based on need and availability. Furthermore, I am interested in developing learning and inference algorithms for application domains characterized by a significant amount of uncertainty. Contact me if you need any further information regarding my research, teaching or outreach activities.

Links to my: Research Statement, Teaching Statement and Publications.

For students:
  • If you are interested in working with me, please read this before you contact me. I do not respond to emails on graduate admissions and scholarships -- these decisions are made by departmental committees.
  • If you are a graduate/undergraduate student at TTU and are interested in working on a robotics-related project, send me an email.

Contact Information:
Phone: +1 (806)742-3527 (x227); Fax: +1 (806)742-3519.
mohan [dot] sridharan [at] ttu [dot] edu

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