Department of Computer Science
51 Prospect Street, Room 505
New Haven, CT 06520-8285 USA
Email: henny [at] cs.yale.edu
Office: Arthur K. Watson Hall, Room 505
I was accepted to participate in the 2015 Rising Stars in EECS: An Academic Career Workshop for Women, to be held at MIT in November. The workshop brings together roughly 60 top EECS graduate and postdoctoral women interested in academia, for two days of scientific interactions and informal sessions.
I had a great visit to Pittsburgh hosted by Carnegie Mellon's Personal Robotics Lab. I gave a research talk to the group and met with researchers from CMU and the University of Pittsburgh.
Henny Admoni and Brian Scassellati. Data-Driven Model of Nonverbal Behavior for Socially Assistive Human-Robot Interactions.
Henny Admoni et al. Speech and Gaze Conflicts in Collaborative Human-Robot Interactions.