Christopher Crick

Associate Professor
Computer Science 

213 MSCS


Dr. Crick received his PhD from Yale University in 2009.  His research agenda is motivated by two overarching, complementary goals: to ground models of developmental psychology and cognitive science in realized, embodied computational systems; and to use models of human cognition and social development to improve robot control and learning, human-robot interaction and artificial intelligence in general.  His current projects include coordination between heterogenous teams of humans and robots, mutual reinforcement learning and skill transfer between humans and robots, human-robot interaction with unmanned aerial systems and explainability for machine learning. 

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