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Nidhi Joshi is a Ph.D. student at the Human-Computer Interaction Group of the Department of Informatics at University of Hamburg. She finished her Master's degree in Computer Science (Medical Imaging and Data Processing) at the Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen in January 2020 and began working as a research associate in the following October. Her Ph.D. is interdisciplinary, she works closely with the faculty of Social Psychology and Human-Computer Interaction both.
Her research is focused on automating the study of human behavioral cues during social interactions using Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Computer Vision. She also works on simulating these behaviors in virtual environments. During her Masters, she has worked extensively on Medical Image Processing.