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Department of Computer Science and Technology

Date: 
Thursday, 9 May, 2019 - 16:15 to 17:00
Speaker: 
Indu Bodala (University of Cambridge)
Venue: 
SS03 Meeting Room, Computer Laboratory
Abstract: 

In this talk, I take the opportunity to discuss the past projects that I have worked on during my PhD and postdoc at the National University of Singapore. My PhD thesis is based on the development and assessment of vigilance enhancement strategies during naturalistic tasks using EEG and eye tracking signals. During my work as a Research Fellow in the School of Computing in NUS, I worked on modelling of human trust during human-robot interactions. In addition to discussing key findings and implications of my work, I will also talk a bit about my current project in Prof. Gunes’ lab and my future research interests.

Series: 
Rainbow Group Seminars