The goal of my research is to improve human-robot collaboration by integrating mathematical models of human behavior into robot decision making. I develop game-theoretic algorithms and probabilistic planning techniques that reason over the uncertainty in the human internal state and its dynamics, enabling autonomous systems to act optimally in a variety of real-world collaborative settings.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Office of Cybersecurity provides a variety of IT security services for UW-Madison and UW System. These services include network traffic analysis, conducting network/host scanning, and reporting. Students will have the opportunity to enhance professional skills such as critical analysis, quality assurance, and customer support/service.
The WARF Investment Office is searching for a graduate level intern (up to 20 hrs/week) for projects aimed at increasing the efficiency and flexibility of the management of their complex investment portfolio. Ideal candidates are working toward a degree in Statistics, Actuarial Science, Computer Science, Economics or a related field. Programming expertise is required. This internship is for graduate students for the spring 2018 semester with possibility to extend.
This talk is designed to help undergraduate female computer science majors
imagine a career in Computer Sciences and Information Technology. Listen to a panel
of experts -- real Madison women who are working in technology -- tell their personal stories.
You will learn: Why did they enter the their field? What do they like and dislike about it? How did they get to where they are now?