Short Bio

Dorsa Sadigh is an assistant professor in Computer Science at Stanford University. Her research interests lie in the intersection of robotics, machine learning, and human-AI interaction. Specifically, she is interested in developing algorithms that learn robot policies from various sources of data and human feedback, and can seamlessly interact and coordinate with humans. Dorsa received her doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS) from UC Berkeley in 2017, and received her bachelor’s degree in EECS from UC Berkeley in 2012. She is awarded the Sloan Fellowship, NSF CAREER, ONR Young Investigator Award, AFOSR Young Investigator Award, DARPA Young Faculty Award, Okawa Foundation Fellowship, MIT TR35, and the IEEE RAS Early Academic Career Award.