I am an Assistant Professor in the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, where I lead the Human And Robot Partners (HARP) Lab. I'm interested in robotics, human-robot interaction, and assistive technology.

My research focuses on developing intelligent, autonomous robots that help humans on complex tasks like eating a meal or learning a new skill. I apply my background in robotics, computer science, and cognitive psychology to build mathematically rigorous algorithms grounded in human behavior research. These algorithms enable robots to detect, interpret, and respond to human verbal and nonverbal behavior. Applications of my research include robot home assistants, robot tutors, and robotic therapy tools.

Contact

Carnegie Mellon University
Robotics Institute
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213 USA

Email: henny [at] cmu.edu

Office: Newell-Simon Hall 4529

Calendar: hennyadmoni.com/calendar
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News

12 Dec 2017

I gave a talk about my research and career path to the Girls of Steel (CMU's all-girl FIRST Robotics Team). I had an awesome time!

22 Nov 2017

I'm delighted that the first paper out of my new lab (led by my PhD student Reuben Aronson) has been accepted to HRI 2018!

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