Tag: Divya Srivastava

Divya Srivastava successfully defends her dissertation

November 14, 2023: Divya Srivastava successfully defends her Ph.D. Dissertation titled ‘Transparency and Operator Performance in Human-Autonomy Teams’. Abstract: AI-advised Decision Making is a form of human-autonomy teaming in which an AI recommender system suggests a solution to a human operator, who is responsible for the final decision. This dissertation work seeks to empower and most […]

Divya passes Thesis Proposal

11/11/2022: Divya Srivastava, 5th year Mechanical Engineering student, successfully proposed her PhD thesis entitled ‘Transparency and Operator Performance in Human-Autonomy Teams.’ Summary: Human-autonomy teams aim to leverage the different strengths of humans and autonomous systems respectively to exceed the individual capabilities of each through collaboration. Highly effective human teams develop and utilize a shared mental […]

CEC PhD Students Win 1st and 2nd Place Doctoral Doctoral Research Awards at ICHMS 2022

The 2022 IEEE International Conference on Human-Machine Systems (ICHMS), held in Orlando, Florida, conducted a Doctoral Research Award Competition (DAC) or doctoral research contributions. Contributions were ranked for both paper submissions and conference presentations by a conference review team. Two CEC Lab members won awards, Sarah Walsh (5th year Robotics PhD Candidate) and Divya Srivastava (5th year […]

Divya Srivastava Presents at 5th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction Theory and Applications (HUCAPP 2021)

FEB 10, 2021 — 3rd-year CEC graduate student, Divya Srivastava, presents her work, “Effect of Interaction Design of Reinforcement Learning Agents on Human Satisfaction in Partially Observable Domains” virtually at the 5th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction Theory and Applications (HUCAPP 2021). The work is coauthored by Spencer Frazier (GT’s Human-Centered AI Lab), Dr. […]