June 28, 2013: UIC Computer Science Assistant Prof. Brian Ziebart receives $509,000 in National Science Foundation funding as part of a project entitled, "NRI-Large: Collaborative Research: Purposeful Prediction: Co-robot Interaction via Understanding Intent and Goals"

Congratulations to UIC Computer Science Assistant Professor Brian Ziebart on receiving $509,000 in National Science Foundation funding as part of a project entitled, "NRI-Large: Collaborative Research: Purposeful Prediction: Co-robot Interaction via Understanding Intent and Goals."

This is a sub award through Carnegie Mellon University. The overall research project is collaborative among a group of institutions including James Bagnell, Martial Hebert, and Anind Dey at CMU, Dieter Fox at University of Washington, and Joshua Tenenbaum at MIT, and the overall funding will be roughly $2.5 million through 2016.











































 
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