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Fahimeh Rezazadegan

Fahimeh Rezazadegan

PhD Title: Human Action Anticipation for Assistive Robot Collaboration

Fahimeh received her Bachelors of Science in Electronic Engineering from the Isfahan University of Technology (IUT), Esfahan, Iran in 2006. After completing her degree, she worked at Behineh niroo Espadan Engineering Company and the IUERC (Isfahan University Engineering Research Center) until 2014 where she led the design and simulation of electronic circuits and developed microcontrollers for monitoring electronic devices. She continued her study in control engineering and obtained her Master Degree in 2013. Her research area was the trajectory tracking control of mobile robots where she focused on developing an adaptive back-stepping controller for an autonomous underwater vehicle, AUV, in the presence of parametric uncertainties. She is pursuing her PhD program in Queensland University of Technology (QUT) as a part of the team in Australian Centre for Robotic Vision (2015). Fahimeh is currently working on Human Action Anticipation for Assistive Robot Collaboration which implies human action recognition task as well.

She used to work with Associate Prof. Ben Upcroft while she is currently working with Prof. Gordon Wyeth, Associate Prof. Michael Milford, Dr. Sareh Shirazi and her research mainly based on deep learning, machine learning and computer vision methods. She has published three papers so far, in the domain of action recognition for robotics applications in CVPR, ACRA and ICRA. See Fahimeh’s publications at her Google Scholar profile

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