Maja Mataric

Computer Science University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics Engineering
"Maja Mataric"


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Dani Goldberg grad student 2001 USC
Brian P. Gerkey grad student 2003 USC
Odest C. Jenkins grad student 2003 USC
Monica N. Nicolescu grad student 2003 USC
Evan Drumwright grad student 2007 USC
Jeffrey S. Norris grad student 2008 USC
Dylan A. Shell grad student 2008 USC
Emily K. Mower grad student 2010 USC
David J. Feil-Seifer grad student 2012 USC
Nathan Koenig grad student 2012 USC
Juan P. Fasola grad student 2014 USC
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Cha E, Matarić M, Fong T. (2016) Nonverbal signaling for non-humanoid robots during human-robot collaboration Acm/Ieee International Conference On Human-Robot Interaction. 2016: 601-602
Greczek J, Mataric M. (2015) Encouraging User Autonomy through Robot-Mediated Intervention Acm/Ieee International Conference On Human-Robot Interaction. 2: 189-190
St. Clair A, Mataric M. (2015) How Robot Verbal Feedback Can Improve Team Performance in Human-Robot Task Collaborations Acm/Ieee International Conference On Human-Robot Interaction. 2015: 213-220
Fasola J, Mataric MJ. (2015) Evaluation of a spatial language interpretation framework for natural human-robot interaction with older adults Proceedings - Ieee International Workshop On Robot and Human Interactive Communication. 2015: 301-308
Mead R, Mataric MJ. (2015) Proxemics and performance: Subjective human evaluations of autonomous sociable robot distance and social signal understanding Ieee International Conference On Intelligent Robots and Systems. 2015: 5984-5991
Swift-Spong K, Short E, Wade E, et al. (2015) Effects of comparative feedback from a Socially Assistive Robot on self-efficacy in post-stroke rehabilitation Ieee International Conference On Rehabilitation Robotics. 2015: 764-769
Clabaugh C, Ragusa G, Sha F, et al. (2015) Designing a socially assistive robot for personalized number concepts learning in preschool children 5th Joint International Conference On Development and Learning and Epigenetic Robotics, Icdl-Epirob 2015. 314-319
Greczek J, Mataric M. (2015) Toward personalized pain anxiety reduction for children Aaai Fall Symposium - Technical Report. 74-76
Short E, Mataric MJ. (2015) Towards robot moderators: Understanding goal-directed multi-party interactions Aaai Fall Symposium - Technical Report. 122-124
Mead R, Mataric MJ. (2015) Robots have needs too: People adapt their proxemic preferences to improve autonomous robot recognition of human social signals Aisb Convention 2015
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