Sahba Zojaji is a PhD fellow of Computer Science at the Department of Computational Science and Technology (CST). He received his M.Sc. in Computer Engineering with a specialism in Artificial Intelligence & Robotics from Iran University of Science & Technology (IUST) in 2011. After his ten-year career as an engineer and researcher in different companies and universities in Iran, Sahba joined the LITIS laboratory in 2016, where he accepted a research engineer position at INSA of Rouen Normandy, France. He focused on Embodied Conversational Agents, story-telling and Child-agent multi-modal interaction during his over two years work for LITIS Lab. Eventually, he started his PhD at KTH Royal Institute of Technology from first of November 2018.
His PhD topic, under supervision of professor Christopher Peters, is "Socially compliant behaviour modelling for artificial systems and small groups of teachers and learners" which is a part of ANIMATAS project.
His research interests include Human-Computer Interaction, humanoid and social agents, affective computing and educational technology.