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Eric Paulos
Eric Paulos (paulos@intel-research.net) is a Research Scientist at Intel's new Research Laboratory in Berkeley, California. Paulos received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley. His research, scientific, and social interests revolve around mediated human communication tools, non-verbal cues, robotics, and internet based tele-embodiment, particularly the physical, aural, visual, and gestural interactions between humans and machines, and various permutations of these interactions. He has developed several Internet based tele-operated robots including Mechanical Gaze in 1995 and Personal Roving Presence devices (PRoPs) such as Space Browsing helium-filled tele-operated blimps and ground based PRoP systems (1995-2000). Paulos is a founding member of the IEEE Technical Committee for Internet Telepresence and is respected as an important contributor to the field of computer supported collaborative work (CSCW).

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