Faculty & Research

Interactive Intelligent Systems

Interactive Intelligent Systems (IIS) concerns the design, fabrication and control of machines to perform tasks that have traditionally been done by human beings. Research in IIS spans a wide variety of technological and scientific endeavors. Areas of particular focus at Indiana University include mathematical and algorithmic foundations, embedded systems, software architectures, manipulation, human-robot interaction, and the foundations of embodied and social cognition.

Resources for IIS research on campus include the R-House Lab for Research on Human-Robot Systems and the IU Computer Vision Lab. A wide variety of robots, ranging from industrial manipulators to mobile robots to humanoid robots, are available on campus for both research and teaching.

Faculty in this area include:
Randall Beer, David Crandall, Susan C. Herring, Sameer Patil, Luis Rocha, Michael Ryoo, Selma Sabanovic, Chen Yu

See also:
Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) The Dynamics of Brain-Body-Environment