Keyang Zheng

PhD Candidate | University of Pittsburgh

kez20 [at] pitt [dot] edu
Keyang Zheng | PhD Candidate University of Pittsburgh

I am a PhD candidate at School of Computing and Information (SCI), University of Pittsburgh. I am advised by Dr. Rosta Farzan. I have also worked with Dr. Michael Lewis at the DIST Usability Laboratory in University of Pittsburgh.

My research interest lies at the interaction of Game Analytics, Team Communication, Distributed Collaboration, and Human Robot Teaming. I utilize various platform, such as mupliplayer games, to study human interactions in a team setting, and explore new technologies that facilitate effective human team communication and collaboration. Through increased understanding of human interactions within a team, I explore various methods to improve the teaming experience and effectiveness of human and robots/AIs.


Communicative Agent for Competitive Multiplayer Games

ASIST - A Robust and Adaptive Agent that Supports High Performance Teams

Studying Community Influence of Substance Abuse Behaviors.