Sarah Strohkorb Sebo

Graduate Student

Sarah Strohkorb Sebo

Sarah Strohkorb Sebo

Graduate Student

Sarah Strohkorb Sebo is interested in human-robot interaction, artificial intelligence, and robot interactions with human-robot teams. Her research focuses on developing robots that improve the performance of human-robot teams by shaping team dynamics to promote inclusion, trust, and cohesion. Human social behavior in groups is richly interconnected and highly nuanced, presenting computational challenges for sensing group-level dynamics from individual behavior. Sarah builds robots that not only perceive these dynamics, but also positively influence the behavior of group members through social cues and verbal interaction.

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