Michael A. Goodrich
Dr. Goodrich directs the Human-Centered Machine Intelligence Lab. One of the lab's projects is WiSAR, which stands for Wilderness Search and Rescue. Dr. Goodrich's research interests include human-robot interaction, human-vehicle interaction, multi-agent learning, artificial intelligence, and decision theory.
Dr. Jones is one of the faculty members of the Advanced Interaction Lab at BYU. He and his colleagues in the lab work with interactive technologies in deaf education and 3D printing. Dr. Jones co-created a design technique that uses clay in 3D printing. His research interests include computer graphics and interactive techniques.
ASSOCIATE TEACHING PROFESSOR
Dr. Roper's research interests include operating systems, real-time processing, and wireless mesh internet. He serves as the undergraduate advisor for the department and is one of the faculty members of the Advanced Interaction Lab. He works with colleagues and students in the lab to develop physical computing technologies.
Dr. Seppi came to teach at BYU after working at IBM and BMC Software. He is a faculty member of the Advanced Interaction Lab, where he works with students and other faculty on projects in deaf education technology and 3D printing. Dr. Seppi is also a member of the Applied Machine Learning Lab.