Associate director, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab; co-director, CSAIL Center for Robotics; EECS professor
areas of expertise: technology and policy, transportation systems, industry studies, information systems, manufacturing systems and policy, international competitiveness, industrial strategy and development in the automobile industry, engineering systems, lean advancement initiative (lai), international motor vehicle program (imvp), ford motor company-mit alliance, cooperative mobility program, robotics and mobile computing, agriculture automation and automation for environmental studies
Daniela Rus is a professor in the Department of Electrical Enginnering and Computer Science at MIT. She co-directs the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) Center for Robotics.
Previously, she was an assistant professor, associate professor and professor in the Computer Science Department at Dartmouth. She holds a PhD in computer science from Cornell University. Her research interests include robotics, mobile computing, sensor networks, and information organization. She is a Class of 2002 MacArthur Fellow.
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