Tammy Do

Tam (Tammy) Do

Undergraduate Researcher



Hi, my name is Tammy Do. I’m currently an undergraduate Computer Science student. I have a strong interest in software development and robotics. At the RARE Lab, I fortunately have opportunities to work on projects that are intersections of programming, algorithm design, and human-robot interaction.

My fellow researcher and I are exploring technological applications to create transformative robotics solutions for real-world mental health challenges college students face. We have really made efforts to push the boundaries of software engineering and robotics.

Keep pushing!

— 4/9/2024


Hong Wang, Tam Do, and Zhao Han

To Understand Indicators of Robots’ Vision Capabilities

2024 International Workshop on Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed-Reality for Human-Robot Interactions at HRI 2024


Hong Wang, Tam Do, and Zhao Han

Designing Indicators to Show a Robot’s Physical Vision Capability

The 31st IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces Abstracts and Workshops (IEEE VRW)


Poster submission


2024 OneUSF Undergraduate Research Conference

Congrats to Tammy Do and Liam Ha for presenting their work on robots for mental health at the 2024 OneUSF Undergraduate Research Conference!

VAM-HRI 2024 Acceptance and Keynote

Two papers were accepted to the VAM-HRI 2024 workshop! Congrats to Hong Wang, Tammy Do, and Uthman Tijani!

Dr. Zhao Han will also give a keynote to the workshop!

IEEE VR 2024 Poster Submission Acceptance

Hong Wang’s first first-author submission (poster) with Tammy Do’s help was just accepted!

End-of-Fall-2023 Lab Lunch

We just had our end-of-semester lab lunch at Bahama Breeze. What a breeze in Florida!

Xiangfei Kong and Tammy Do have joined the RARE lab. Welcome!