Office Hours: M 3-4pm and F 12-12:45pm
|C S 501R||Adv Topics in Computer Sci||Winter 2022|
|C S 236||Discrete Structure||Fall 2022|
|C S 501R||Adv Topics in Computer Sci||Winter 2023|
|C S 236||Discrete Structure||Fall 2023|
Michael A. Goodrich received his PhD at Brigham Young University in 1996 from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department under the direction of Dr. Wynn Stirling. Following graduation, he completed a two year postdoctoral research associate position at Nissan CBR in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His doctoral work was in intelligent control, and his post-doctoral research was in computational models of intelligent human behavior. He spent one year as a research assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at Brigham Young University. He is currently a Professor of Computer Science at BYU.
Mike's research interests include human-robot interaction, bio-inspired robot swarms, multiagent systems, and artificial intelligence. His lab is the Human-Centered Research Lab. More information can be found at the lab's LinkedIn page. Mike's google scholar page has most publications from the lab, and a complete list of publications by date is available here.