Alumni Spotlight: Sidney D'Mello
Posted on 2017-10-06
Sidney D'Mello completed his Ph.D. at the U of M in 2009, working with Professor Emeritus Stan Franklin's Cognitive Computing Research Group and several others. He was an Assistant and Associate Professor of Psychology and Computer Science at the University of Notre Dame, and is now an Associate Professor at the Institute of Cognitive Science and the Department of Computer Science at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Sidney's research interests are primarily in cognitive science, specifically affective computing, attentional computing, intelligent learning environments, speech and language processing, human-computer interaction, and computational models of cognition. He has co-edited five books and has published over 200 journal papers, book chapters, and conference proceedings in these areas.