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Members of the InterACT Lab:

Anca Dragan
Anca is an Assistant Professor in the EECS Department at UC Berkeley. She founded the InterACT lab, and helped found the Berkeley AI Research (BAIR) lab. She obtained her PhD from the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.
Andrea Bajcsy
Andrea is a PhD student in EECS.
Kush Bhatia
Kush is a PhD student in EECS.
Dorsa Sadigh
Dorsa is a PhD student in EECS. Her research interests lie in the intersection of learning and control, formal methods, and human-robot interaction. Her goal is to design provably correct controllers for human-cyber-physical systems (h-CPS) such as semiautonomous vehicles.
Dylan Hadfield-Menell
Dylan is a PhD student in EECS. His research interests center on the application of AI techniques to robotics problems.
Sandy Huang
Sandy is a PhD student in EECS.
Jaime Fisac
Jaime is a PhD student in EECS. He seeks to understand the interactions between humans and other agents in their environment, bringing together techniques from control theory, machine learning, cognitive science and game theory to design human-centered systems that can leverage synergies while guaranteeing safety.
Aaron Bestick
Aaron's research focuses on the modeling and control of physical interactions between humans and robotic manipulators.
Allan Zhou
Allan is an undergraduate student working on motion retiming.
Glen Chou
Glen is an undergraduate student working on trajectory optimization.
Jason Zhang
Jason is an undergraduate student working on learning from corrections.
Nick Landolfi
Nick is an undergraduate student working on autonomous cars that interact with people.
Hong Jeon
Hong is an undergraduate student working on natural robot motion.
Isabel Papadimitriou
Isabel is an undergraduate student working on non-standard communication channels for robots.

Collaborators:

  • Pieter Abbeel
  • Ken Goldberg
  • Sanjit Seshia
  • Stuart Russell
  • Shankar Sastry
  • Ruzena Bajcsy
  • Tom Griffits
  • Trevor Darrell
  • Peter Bartlett
  • Becoming a Member:

  • Berkeley graduate students: Send email to Anca! Also, it will be useful to take the Algorithmic Human-Robot Interaction course.
  • Perspective graduate students: We would love to talk to you after you get admitted. Please apply to the CS (or EECS) PhD program under the AI (or CIR) areas.
  • Berkeley undergraduate students: Send email to Anca summarizing your project experience, what areas from our Research page you are interested in, and how much time you are able to commit. Attach you transcript and resume.
  • Non-Berkeley undergraduate students: Unfortunately, we do not offer internships to non-Berkeley undergraduates.