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Department of Computer Science and Technology

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Biography

I am a third-year PhD student working under the supervision of Dr Hatice Gunes in the Affective Intelligence and Robotics (AFAR) lab. My research is funded by the funded by the EPSRC International Doctoral Scholarship and the Premium Research Studentship of the department. Please visit my personal website for recent updates.

Research

My current research focusses on Lifelong or Continual Learning of Affect in Social robots, aimed towards enabling lifelong human-robot relationships. My other research interests include Deep Learning, Computer Vision, Neuro-inspired AI, and Human-Robot Interaction (HRI).
 
Research Interests:
Affective Computing, Continual Learning, Human-robot Interaction, Deep Learning, Computer Vision

Professional Activities

I served as the Computing Officer for Trinity Hall MCR from 2018-2020. I also served as the PhD student representative on the Faculty Board of the Computer Laboratory from 2019-2020 as well as the representative for the Rainbow group at the Graduate Students Forum from 2018-2020.

Publications

Please see my Google Scholar page for details.

 

Contact Details

Room: 
SS08
Office phone: 
(01223) 7-67024
Email: 

nikhil.churamani@cl.cam.ac.uk