D. Paul Benjamin
Seidenberg School of CSIS
Computer Science NY
- @New York City
163 William Street
New York City
Dr. Benjamin earned his doctorate in computer science from NYU. He worked for six years in industry before entering academia. Currently, he is professor of computer science and founder and director of the Robotics Lab at Pace University in New York City.
PhD , New York University , 1985
MS , New York University , 1982
BFA , Carnegie Mellon University , 1976
MS , Carnegie Mellon University , 1975
BS , Carnegie Mellon University , 1973
Awards and Honors
- NULL, - U.S. Patent 60/654,415 - System for Intrusion Detection and Vulnerability Assessment in a Computer Network using Simulation and Machine Learning
- Pace University - CS NY, January 1, 2006 - Spring 2006 Course Release to write grant proposals
- NULL, February 1, 2004 - U.S. Patent 6,691,132 - Semantic Encoding and Compression of Database Tables
- New York University, September 1, 1983 - Graduate Research Assistant
Benjamin, D., Li, T., Shen, P., Yue, H., Zhao, Z. & Lyons, D. Spatial Understanding as a Common Cognitive Basis for Human-Robot Collaboration. Advances in Human Factors in Robots and Unmanned Systems. New York, United States: Springer. http://1 Pace Plaza
Benjamin, D. P., Yue, H. & Lyons, D. Classification and Prediction of Human Behaviors by a Mobile Robot.
, D. P., Lyons, D. & Yue, H. Progress in Building a Cognitive Vision System.
Benjamin, D. (2015, July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 15). Using a 3D World to Address Perceptual Issues in Human-Robot Coordination.
Benjamin, D. (2015, April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 1). Effects of Using a 3D Model on the Performance of Vision Algorithms.
Benjamin, D. P. (2018, October 17). Predictive Vision for Human-Robot Collaboration. Fordham University, Bronx, NY
Benjamin, D. P. (2018, July). Fourth International Conference on Human Factors and Unmanned Systems. Using a Virtual World to Implement a Mental Model. Orlando, Florida
Benjamin, D. P. & , . (2017, July). Third International Conference on Human Factors and Unmanned Systems. Spatial Understanding as a Common Cognitive Basis for Human-Robot Collaboration. Los Angeles, CA
Benjamin, D. P. & , . (2016, July). Second International Conference on Human Factors and Unmanned Systems. Classification and Prediction of Human Behaviors By a Mobile Robot. Orlando, FL
Benjamin, D., Lyons, D. & Yue, H. (2016, April). SPIE Conference on Multisensor, Multisource Information Fusion: Architectures, Algorithms and Applications. Progress in Building a Cognitive Vision System for a Mobile Robot. Baltimore, MD
Robotics; Artificial Intelligence (Application of Artificial Intelligence to Networks); Cybersecurity; Data Mining; Application of semigroup theory to theory formulation
Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts
American Association for Artificial Intelligence
Association for Computing Machinery
Faculty Search Committee [Committee Member]
Desc: Screen and interview candidates for faculty positions.
Committee's Key Accomplishments: Hired two new faculty.
Learning Sciences Program Development Committee
Desc: Contribute to developing the curriculum for a new interdisciplinary program in Learning Sciences.
Committee's Key Accomplishments: Developed a good curriculum, but the program is on hold due to the university's financial state.
Seidenberg Dean Search Committee
Desc: Screen and interview candidates to become Dean.
Committee's Key Accomplishments: Found a dean.