CCI professor makes Robohub’s list of top women in robotics | UNC Charlotte

21 October 2015

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Jing Xiao, professor of computer science in the College of Computing and Informatics, is on the 2015 Robohub listing of “25 Women in Robotics You Need to Know About.”
Xiao’s research spans robotics, haptics and intelligent systems. An IEEE Fellow, Xiao is site director of the U.S. National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center on Robots and Sensors for Human Wellbeing. During her academic career, she has authored more than 130 publications in journals, books and for major robotics conferences, and she holds one patent.

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