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Debate: Ethics of brain-computer interface technology

...by Kavita Krishnaswamy, a Ph.D. student from UMBC’s Computer Science and Electrical Engineering department whose dissertation research is exploring how robotics can help increase autonomy in daily living for people...

Meet the Students

...    Yatish Kumar Joshi Meet Yatish, a graduate student pursuing his M.S. in Computer Engineering.     Kavita Krishnaswamy Meet Kavita, a graduate student pursuing her Ph.D. in Computer...

CSEE students presenting at the 2011 Graduate Research Conference

...Zamon Granger, Stabilizing Air Pressure in a Hermetic Environment with Embedded Technology Congchong Liu, Optimizing MapReduce Programming Model through Adaptive Load Balance Kavita Krishnaswamy, Path planning a robotic arm efficiently...

CSEE students at the Graduate Research Conference

...and the open government data. We also present preliminary results evaluating our framework against tables obtained from Google Squared, Wikipedia and a Google dataset. Kavita Krishnaswamy received an award for...

MS Defense: Face Recognition for Mass Disaster Victims

MS Thesis Defense Face Recognition using Gabor Jets for Images of Mass Disaster Victims Kavita Dabke 11:00am Friday, 10 June 2011, ITE 325B Mass disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, floods,...

CSEE Students Take Part in 34th Annual Graduate Research Conference

...award for an outstanding oral presentation on his dissertation research entitled "Generating Knowledge from Tables," Kavita Krishnaswamy who received an award for an outstanding oral presentation on her thesis research...

PhD Proposal: Increased Autonomy with Robotics for Daily Living

Ph.D. Proposal Increased Autonomy with Robotics for Daily Living Kavita Preethi Krishnaswamy 5:30pm-7:30pm, Tuesday, 9 December 2014, ITE 325B Live Webcast: http://goo.gl/5JmjlR or http://youtu.be/qu8S6IUsCa0 Robotic technologies can provide people with...

Robotic assistive devices for independent living

CSEE PhD student Kavita Krishnaswamy and Prof. Tim Oates write about their research using brain-computer interfaces and speech recognition tools to control robotic to assist individuals with reduced muscular strength....

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