Andrew H. Fagg

Associate Professor of Computer Science
Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Science and Technology (IBEST)

Symbiotic Computing Laboratory
University of Oklahoma


Research Interests

Robotics and Machine Learning

Human-Machine Interaction

Computational Neuroscience

  • Robot reaching, grasping, and manipulation.

  • Interplay of multiple learning systems, including supervised- and reinforcement-style learning algorithms.

  • Robot learning through human interaction.

  • Interactive art.

  • Multi-modal interfaces for the management of cognitive bandwidth.

  • Machine learning techniques for adaptive interface behavior.

  • Mobile virtual/augmented/mixed reality with particular focus on robot interfaces.

  • Wearable computing

  • Brain-machine interfaces.

  • Computational motor control with an emphasis on the cortical mechanisms of looking, reaching, grasping, and manipulation.

  • Computational models of learning in the cerebellum, basal ganglia, and neo-cortex.

  • Interaction of muscle, spinal cord, and limb dynamics.

UMass and USC Robots

The UMass Torso

Robot Movies (UMass and USC)

Gallery of Robot Projects (1989-1995)

Contact Information

andrewhfagg --

School of Computer Science
Devon Energy Hall, Room 150
110 W. Boyd Street
University of Oklahoma
Norman, OK 73019-1101

Office: Devon Energy Hall 243
Office Phone: 405-325-8606
Fax: 405-325-4044
Robotics Lab Phone: 405-325-3888


Wife: Professor Amy McGovern

Son: William

Dogs: Libby, Eve, Arwen

Andrew H. Fagg