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Alumnus Reza Ghanadan (EE Ph.D. 1993), program manager for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Defense Sciences Office, was interviewed in an article on the website c4isrnet.com. Ghanadan talked about how robots could one day be given a basic set of human manners that would help them better interact with people they encounter. Read the story here.

At Maryland, Ghanadan was advised by Professor Gil Blankenship (ECE).

C4ISRNET is a website covering emerging issues and trends in global military transformation and network centric warfare technologies, products and services for federal government managers, defense, and industry.



June 5, 2017


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