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Arshia Khan

Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, University of Minnesota Duluth

Arshia Khan is professor and director of graduate studies at the University of Minnesota Duluth. Khan’s research is directed at growing the emerging field of human-robot interactions and autonomous behavior, specifically in the areas of artificial intelligence, neuroscience, and robotic assistive technology. This research, which combines computer science and engineering with medicine and patient care, offers promising solutions to chronic neurodegenerative problems such as dementia. Khan received the Research Initiative in Bioinformatics award and is currently studying the deployment of humanoid robots in nursing homes to improve residents’ quality of life. She is passionate about encouraging women and students from diverse backgrounds in computing and chairs the Women in Computing committee for the Swenson College of Science and Engineering.

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