Detailed Programme

New Frontiers in Human-Robot Interaction

Prof Kerstin Dautenhahn (University of Hertfordshire)

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Wednesday 8th April 2009

Time Session

8.30-09:00 8:30 Registration (Conference Centre Foyer)

08:45 Daily Announcements (James Watt Auditorium)


09:00-10:30 09:00 Opening and Welcome

Session: Human-Robot Communication and Collaboration

09:05 Bauer A, Gonsior B, Wollherr D, Buss M. Heuristic Rules for Human-Robot Interaction Based on Principles from Linguistics - Asking for Directions

09:20 Koulouri T, Lauria S. A WOz Framework for Exploring Miscommunication in HRI

09:35 Rouanet P, Oudeyer P. Exploring the Use of a Handheld Device in Language Teaching Human-Robot Interaction

09:50 Bicho E, Louro L, Hipolito N, Erlhagen W. A Dynamic Field Approach to Goal Inference and Error Monitoring for Human-Robot Interaction

10:05 Discussion of all session papers chaired by Aris Alissandrakis


10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-13:00 Session: Companions
11:00 Alissandrakis A, Miyake Y. Human to Robot Demonstrations of Routine Home Tasks: Achknowledgement and Response to the Robot's Feedback

11:15 Ali M, Alili S, Warnier M and Alami R. An Architecture Supporting Proactive Robot Companion Behavior

11:30 Syrdal D S, Koay K L, Walters M, Dautenhahn K. The Boy-Robot Should Bark! - Children's Impressions of Agent Migration into Diverse Embodiments

11:45 Walters M, Koay K L, Syrdal D S, Dautenhahn K and Boekhorst R. Preferences and Perceptions of Robot Appearance and Embodiment in Human-Robot Interaction Trials

12:00 Discussion of all session papers chaired by Kerstin Dautenhahn.

12:30 Invited Short Talk: Affect, Empathy and Graphical Characters. Ruth Aylett (Heriot-Watt University)


13:00-14:00 Lunch
(included in Registration fee)

14:00-15:30 Session: Human-Robot Interaction Design

14:00 Meerbeek B, Saerbeck M, Bartneck C. Iterative Design Process for Robots with Personality

14:15 Riek L D, Robinson P. Affective-Centered Design for Interactive Robots

14:30 Carlson T, Demiris Y. Using Visual Attention to Evaluate Collaborative Control Architectures for Human Robot Interaction

14:45 Walters M L, Dautenhahn K, Boekhorst R, Koay K L, Syrdal D S, Nehaniv C. An Empirical Framework for Human-Robot Proxemics

15:00 discussion of all session papers chaired by Astrid Weiss


15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

16:00-17:00 Session: Human-Robot Perceptions

16:00 Weiss A, Bernhaupt R, Tscheligi M, Yoshida E. Addressing User Experience and Societal Impact in a User Study with a Humanoid Robot

16:15 Kupferberg A, Glasauer S, Huber M, Rickert M, Knoll A, Brandt T. Video Observation of Humanoid Robot Movements Elicits Motor Interference

16:30 Discussion of session papers chaired by Dag S. Syrdal

16:45 Invited Short Talk: Integration of Therapeutic Robot, Paro, into Elderly Care in Denmark. Takanori Shibata (National Institute of Advanceed Industrial Science and Technology, Japan)


17:00-18:30 Dinner
(3 courses, available at venue at extra charge)

18:30-19:30 AISB Keynote Talk: Is there a Future for Robot Companions? by Kerstin Dautenhahn


Thursday 9th April 2009

Time Session

8.30-09:00 8:30 Registration (Conference Centre Foyer)

08:45 Daily Announcements (James Watt Auditorium)


09:00-10:30 Session: Human-Robot Interfaces and Designs

09:00 Goller m, Kerscher T, Ziegenmeyer m, Ronnau A, Zollner J M, Dillmann R. Haptic Control for the Interactive Behavior Operated Shopping Trolley InBOT

09:15 Kelly A, Anderson D, Capstick E, Herman H, Rander P. Photogeometric Sensing for Mobile Robot Control and Visualisation Tasks

09:30 Atherton J A, Goodrich M. Supporting Remote Manipulation with an Ecological Augmented Virtuality Interface

09:45 Valero A, Randelli G, Saracini C, Botta F, Mecella M. The Advantage of Mobility: Mobile Tele-Operation for Mobile Robots

10:00 Discussion of session papers chaired by Holly Yanco.


10:30-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-13:00 Session: Human-Robot Desing Proposals

11:00 Wairatpanij S, Patel H, Cravens G, MacDorman K F. Baby Steps: A Design Proposal for more Believable Motion in an Infant-sized Android

11:15 Colton M B, Ricks D J, Goodrich M A, Dariush B, Fujimura K, Fujiki M. Toward Therapist-In-The-Loop Assistive Robotics for Children with Autism and Specific Language Impairment

11:30 Discussion of session papers chaired by Michael Walters.

11:45 Invited Keynote Talk: How to Partner with a Robot: The Design Space of Human-Robot Interaction. Holly Yanco (Univesity of Massachusetts Lowell, USA)


13:00-14:00 Lunch
(included in Registration fee)

14:00-15:30 Session: Human-Robot Attitudes and Evaluations

14:00 Lohse M, The Role of Expectations in HRI

14:15 Syrdal D S, Dautenhahn K, Koay K L, Walters M L. The Negative Attitudes towards Robots Scale and Reactions to Robot Behaviour in a Live Human-Robot Interaction Study

14:30 Weiss A, Bernhaupt R, Lankes M, Tscheligi M. The USUS Evaluation Framework for Human-Robot Interaction

14:45 Desai M, Stubbs K, Steinfeld A, Yanco H. Creating Trustworthy Robots: Lessons and Inspirations from Automated Systems

15:00 Discussion of all session papers chaired by Wolframe Erlhagen


15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

16:00-17:00 Panel Discussion and Conclusion


17:00-18:30 Dinner
(3 courses, available at venue at extra charge)

18:30-19:30 AISB Keynote Talk: Why Robots must be Relativists by Alan Bundy


 
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