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Matthias Scheutz

Professor
Computer Science
Bernard M. Gordon Senior Faculty Fellow
Adjunct Professor, Psychology, Tufts School of Arts & Sciences
Human-Robot Interaction Lab

Matthias Scheutz

Matthias Scheutz

Professor
Computer Science
Bernard M. Gordon Senior Faculty Fellow
Adjunct Professor, Psychology, Tufts School of Arts & Sciences
Human-Robot Interaction Lab

Phone 617-627-0453
Halligan Hall, Room 205
161 College Avenue, Medford, MA
Research: 
artificial intelligence, artificial life, cognitive modeling, complex systems, foundations of cognitive science, human-robot interaction, multi-scale agent-based models, natural language processing
Biography: 

Matthias Scheutz is a professor of cognitive and computer science, and director of the Human-Robot Interaction Laboratory at Tufts University.

Education: 
Ph.D., Cognitive Science and Computer Science, Indiana University, 1999
M.S., Computer Science, Indiana University, 1996
Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Vienna, 1995
M.Sc.E., Computer Engineering, Vienna University of Technology, 1993
M.S., Formal Logic, University of Vienna , 1993
M.A., Philosophy, University of Vienna, 1989
Professional Experience: 
2013-present:

Professor, Department of Computer Science, Tufts School of Engineering

2013-present:

Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychology, Tufts School of Arts & Sciences

2010-2013:

Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, Tufts School of Engineering

2011-2013:

Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Tufts School of Arts & Sciences

2007-2010:

Associate Professor, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, and Informatics, Indiana University

2008-2010:

Adjunct Associate Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University

2001-2007:

Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Notre Dame

2000-2001:

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham

Teaching/Courses Taught: 
COMP-0150-BBR: Behavior-Based Robotics
COMP-0150: Human-Robot Interaction
COMP-0150: Computational Models in Cognitive Science