Luke Guerdan

I am an MPhil student in the Computer Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, where I study computer science and conduct research under Dr. Hatice Gunes in the Affective Intelligence and Robotics Lab. I am broadly interested in research that improves human-machine collaboration through techniques spanning machine learning, human-robot interaction, economics, and cognitive science.

Previously, I graduated from the University of Missouri with degrees in computer science and psychology. While at MU, I worked under Dr. Yi Shang in the Distributed and Intelligent Computing Lab and co-founded TigerAware, a platform for conducting mobile-based research studies.

I hope to begin a PhD program fall of 2021, and am fortunate to have the support of an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.