Frank Broz

I'm a PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Institute, co-advised by Reid Simmons and Illah Nourbakhsh. My research interests are in artificial intelligence, machine learning, planning, and human-robot interaction. More specifically, I'm interested in building models of human behavior that robots can use to reason about the intentions of the people they interact with. My research approaches planning for socially situated tasks (riding elevators with people, navigating in populated areas) from a decision-theoretic planning perspective, using existing techniques that deal with the partial observability and dynamic nature of these problems.

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