June 16, 2011: 12:39 pm: Cognitive Modeling, Presentations, Robotics

Until I can get it embedded correctly, here is the link to our latest research video/submission to AAAI.



October 7, 2010: 10:16 am: Employment

Engineering Research Psychologist. 2010-Current.

: 10:12 am: Awards
: 10:09 am: Publications

Harrison, A.M., & Trafton, J.G. (2010) Cognition for action: an architectural account for “grounded cognition.” Proceedings of 32nd Cognitive Science Conference, Portland OR.

December 9, 2009: 10:30 am: Presentations

Harrison, A.M., Fransen, B.R., Bugajska, M.D, & Trafton, J.G., (2009) Robotic secrets revealed, episode 001. Twenty-first International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Pasadena CA. “Most Informative Video” winner.

August 4, 2009: 9:54 am: Presentations

Harrison, A.M. (2009) Acting outside the box: Lessons learned when embodiment is the only option. Presented at ACT-R workshop at the 31st annual conference of the cognitive science society. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

: 9:44 am: Publications

Trafton, J.G., Harrison, A.M., Fransen, B.R., & Bugajska, M. (2009) An embodied model of infant gaze-following. In A. Howes, D. Peebles, R. Cooper (Eds.), 9th International conference on cognitive modeling – ICCM2009, Manchester, UK.

: 9:41 am: Publications

Fransen, B.R., Herbst, E., Harrison, A.M., Adams, W., Trafton, J.G. (2009) Real-time face and object tracking. Proceedings from 2009 IEEE/RSJ international conference on intelligent robots and systems.

July 15, 2009: 6:13 pm: Robotics

Our video won IJCAI’s 2009 Most Informative Shakey Award. I was hoping for a slightly nerdier trophy, but it’s still got some serious heft. Unfortunately, the pawn shop would only offer me $5. :)


“I’d like to thank the Academy..”


June 8, 2009: 2:07 pm: Cognitive Modeling, Robotics

The pub release has cleared, and the video has now been posted. Click on the link to see how I, and the rest of the lab, work to integrate cognitive architectures, sensor systems and robots into a cohesive whole. Or, just gaze at the embed..

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