Graduate Students

Jake Brawer's picture Jake Brawer
Graduate School Student
jake.brawer@yale.edu
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Jake received his BA in Cognitive Science with a minor in Computer Science from Vassar College. He is interested in bio-inspired design approaches to robot architectures and morphologies. He is particularly interested in how robots learn, navigate, and plan goals in dynamic environments.

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Elena Corina Grigore's picture Elena Corina Grigore
6th Year PhD Student, Computer Science
elena.corina.grigore@yale.edu
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My passion in research is to apply machine learning techniques to the field of robotics in order to create autonomous robots capable of learning useful behaviors in dynamic environments. In order to achieve the wide array of functionalities we want robots to have in the future, we need to come up with dependable learning techniques that make it possible for the robot learn from
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Meiying Qin's picture Meiying Qin
Graduate School Student
meiying.qin@yale.edu

Meiying is a second year Ph.D student. She has completed a double major in Psychology and Computer Science as an undergrad at the University of Toronto. She also hold a Bachelor degree in Life Science at Peking University. She is interested in human-robot interaction and animal cognition.

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Aditi Ramachandran's picture Aditi Ramachandran
6th Year PhD Student, Computer Science
aditi.ramachandran@yale.edu
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Aditi is interested in how machine learning and AI techniques apply to robotics. In particular, she is interested in how robots can use adaptive techniques to maintain meaningful long-term interaction in a dynamic environment.

Prior to coming to Yale, Aditi graduated from Georgetown University in 2010 and then spent two years working at The Mitre Corporation in McLean,

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Nicole Salomons's picture Nicole Salomons
2nd Year Graduate Student
nicole.salomons@yale.edu

Nicole Salomons got her BS degree in Computer Science at The Federal University of Parana in Brazil. She is currently a second year PhD student at the Social Robotics Lab. She is interested in artificial intelligence, human-robot interaction and computer vision. Especially robots which assist humans in their daily lives.

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Sarah Sebo's picture Sarah Sebo, 4th Year PhD Student
Graduate School Student
sarah.sebo@yale.edu
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Sarah is a fourth year PhD student in the Social Robotics Laboratory. She is interested in socially assistive robotics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and human-robot interaction. 

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