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WinRAS: Women in Robotics and Automation in the World
In order to overview the women in robotics and automation in the world, some of the "Women in Robotics and Automation towards Human Science, Technology and Society" members collected websites. Link list is valuable especially for young women looking for mentors and friends, girl students looking for role models. About 60 women in and around robotics and automation are registered on the link list in June 2006, and the number is growing. Since the number has increased, it has become difficult to overview all the people.
Therefore, we order the links by the areas of the people, from east to west, in contrast to the order of JRSJ special issue. The following list starts from Japan, then goes to China, Middle East, Europe, moves to the United States from the East Coast to the West Coast, finishes in Canada.
We are looking for women in robotics and automation, around the field, namely, women in computer human interaction, in computer graphics and digital human, in biomedical engineering, in artificial intelligence, in haptics and virtual reality and so on. Please provide links to women in/around robotics and automation you know of who are not yet linked, with affiliation and/or research interests if they are available on the website.
Li Cao, Dept.of Automation, Tsinghua University
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Hong Qiao, Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CASIA)
Aydan M. Erkmen, Middle East Technical University

Billur Barshan, Bilkent University
Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann, MIRALab, Dufour University of Geneva
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Aude Billard, ASL/LSA Autonomous Systems Lab, EPFL

Miriam Fend, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, University of Zurich
Verena Vanessa, TU Berlin, DAI Labor

Yukie Nagai, Applied Computer Science Group, Bielefeld University
Charlotte Hemelrijk, Theoretical Biology Group, Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Studies, University of Groningen
Danica Kragic, Centre for Autonomous Systems and Computer Vision and Active Perception Lab, the Royal Institute of Technology
Kerstin Dautenhahn, Adaptive Systems Research Group, University of Hertfordshire
Alícia Casals, Automatic Control and Computer Engineering Department, the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC)
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

María Teresa Escrig Monferrer, Cičncia de la Computació i Intel.ligčncia Artificial, Universitat Jaume I

Zoe Falomir Llansola, Beca FPI/FPU (Generalitat i MEC), Universitat Jaume I
M. Isabel Ribeiro, Mobile Robotics Laboratory (LRM), the Technical University of Lisbon

Estela Bicho, Intelligent Autonomous Robotics & Dynamical Systems, University of Minho
United States
Cynthia Breazeal, Robotic Life Group, MIT Media Lab
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Daniela Rus, CSAIL Center for Robotics, MIT

Leslie Pack Kaelbling, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory(CSAIL), MIT

Hava T. Siegelmann, Bio-Computation laboratory, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Holly A. Yanco, Robotics Lab, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Goldie Nejat, Robotics I Laboratory and Autonomous Systems Group, the State University of New York at Stony Brook

Chandana Paul, Cornell University

Allison M. Okamura, Haptic Exploration Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Elisabeth Smela, University of Maryland

Andrea Thomaz, Georgia Institute of Technology

Jing Xiao, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Yoky Matsuoka, Neurobotics Laboratory, Carnegie Mellon University
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Jessica K. Hodgins, Graphics Lab, Carnegie Mellon University

Nancy Pollard, Graphics Lab, Carnegie Mellon University

Katia Sycara, Intelligent Software Agents Lab, Carnegie Mellon University

Manuela M. Veloso, CORAL research group, Carnegie Mellon University

M. Bernardine Dias, TechBridgeWorld - technology for developing communities, Carnegie Mellon University

Debra Bernstein, The University of Pittsburgh Center for Learning in Out-of-School Environments (UPCLOSE), University of Pittsburgh

Robin R. Murphy, Institute for Safety Security Rescue Technology, University of South Florida

Lynne E. Parker, Distributed Intelligence Laboratory, University of Tennessee
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Carlotta A. Berry, Tennessee State University

Julie A. Adams, Human-Machine Teaming laboratory, Vanderbilt University
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Duygun Erol, Robotics and Autonomous Systems Laboratory, Vanderbilt University

Klara Nahrstedt, The Multimedia Operating Systems and Networking (MONET) Research Group, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Michelle Johnson, Medical College of Wisconsin

Maria Gini, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Vision Laboratory (AIRVL), University of Minnesota
[IAS-9 Session] [IAS-9 Panel]

Marjorie Skubic, University of Missouri-Columbia

Lydia E. Kavraki, The Physical and Biological Computing Group, Rice University

Marcia K. O'Malley, Mechatronics and Haptic Interfaces (MAHI) Lab, Rice University

Nancy Amato, Parasol Laboratory, Texas A&M University

Amy McGovern, IDEA lab, University of Oklahoma

Maja J Matarić, Center for Robotics and Embedded Systems (CRES), University of Southern California
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Adriana Tapus, Center for Robotics and Embedded Systems (CRES), University of Southern California
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Pamela Hinds, Stanford University

Ruzena Bajcsy, University of California, Berkeley
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Lisa Wymore, University of California, Berkeley
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Deirdre Meldrum, The Microscale Life Sciences Center, University of Washington
[Profile] [JRSJ Abstract]

Kristi A. Morgansen, Nonlinear Dynamics and Controls Laboratory, University of Washington
Doina Precup, Reasoning and Learning Laboratory, McGill University

Elizabeth A. Croft, Industrial Automation Laboratory, University of British Columbia

Daniela Constantinescu, University of Victoria
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