Dr Emma Li
- Lecturer in Responsible & Interactive Artificial Intelligence (School of Computing Science)
Dr. Emma Li is a Lecturer in Responsible & Interactive Artificial Intelligence at the School of Computing Science and an affiliated staff at School of Engineering. Before joining Glasgow University, she was a senior lecturer at Northumbria University at Newcastle, UK.
She leads the Interactive and Trustworthy AI lab working on human-robot interaction and cyber security. Our research goal is to accelerate human-robot partnership into industry and society. She has successfully delivered 6 projects and published 50 peer reviewed papers. Her recent work on robot behaviour-based user authentication received a best workshop paper award in IEEE INFOCOM 2021.
Her lab has access to the state-of-the-art industrial tele-robotic arm platform (e.g., Franka Emika and UR3e Robots) and mobile robot platform (e.g., HUSKY and Jackal unmanned ground vehicles) at Glasgow University. She is interested in data-driven AI design and experiments in robotics systems for a variety of applications, e.g., social & health care, industry, service, etc.
Google Scholar Page: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=kaDrMqwAAAAJ&hl=en
- Human-robot interaction for a variety of applications, e.g., social & health care, industry, service, etc. The goal is to accelerate human-robot partnership into industry and society.
- Privacy protection and cyber security using behaviour biometrical information to enhance the trust between human and robots/IoT devices.