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talk: Kavita Krishnaswamy on Robotics for Independence, 7pm 5/20

...talk, Kavita will discuss the development of robotic systems and how they provide assistance and increase independence for people with disabilities. Kavita will introduce several prototype robotic systems that support...

Meet the Students: Kavita Krishnaswamy

Born in Tamil Nadu, India and raised in Columbia, MD, Kavita got her B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics. In 2001, Kavita joined UMBC's graduate program in Computer Science to...

UMBC PhD student Kavita Krishnaswamy and Beam telepresence robot

CSEE Ph.D. student Kavita Krishnaswamy is featured in this video created by Suitable Technologies, maker of the Beam telepresence system. Kavita, who works with CSEE professor Tim Oates, is both a...

NSF site features CSEE Ph.D. student Kavita Krishnaswamy

...it was over and time to deliberate, Tim Oates, Kavita's advisor, asked her to leave the room. Because Kavita delivered her presentation via a Beam Smart Presence System (BeamPro), she...

CSEE PhD student Kavita Krishnaswamy interviewed by Dr. Renetta Tull

...from UMBC, UMBC's Graduate Dean, Dr. Janet G. Rutledge and Kavita’s parents. Kavita discussed her research and answered questions from the audience regarding graduate school tips, information about research by...

UMBC PhD candidate Kavita Krishnaswamy gets Google & Microsoft awards for robotics research

  UMBC Ph.D. candidate Kavita Krishnaswamy receives Google and Microsoft awards for robotics research   Kavita Krishnaswamy ’07, computer science and mathematics, Ph.D. ’18, computer science, has been named both...

CSEE Ph.D. student Kavita Krishnaswamy featured in CNN story

CSEE Ph.D. student Kavita Krishnaswamy was featured in a recent CNN story, Will robots help the bedridden see the world?. She has been getting a lot of visibility in the...

Opportunities through robotics: Kavita Krishnaswamy ’07

An interview with UMBC Computer Science Ph.D. student Kavita Krishnaswamy appeared in a recent post on the UMBC Alumni Blog. Every so often, we’ll chat with an alum about what...

UMBC CSEE student and alumna selected to attend Heidelberg Laureate Forum

...connect top student engineers and scientists from universities around the globe with the world’s leading scientific researchers. Kavita Krishnaswamy ‘07, computer science and mathematics, and Ph.D. ‘18, computer science, will...

Are you interested in assistive robotics research?

Are you interested in assistive robotics research? Kavita Krishnaswamy is a Ph.D. candidate in the UMBC Computer Science program and has Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), a neuromuscular disorder that affects...

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