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FJA@HRI2015 > Program

 

 

 

 

9h-9h15 Welcome

 

9h15-10h

Planning in the we-mode

Raul Hakli

Department of Culture and Society - Department of Philosophy, Aarhus, Denmark

 

10h-10h30 coffee break

 

10h30-11h15

Building Joint-Action Mechanisms for Robots: 
A Progress Report

Bilge Mutlu

Department of Computer Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, USA

 

11h15-12h

The role of interdependence in joint human-machine interaction

Jeffrey Bradshaw

Florida Institute of Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC), Pensacola, FL, USA

 

12h-13h Lunch

 

13h00-13h20

Did you Mean this Object?: Detecting Ambiguity in Pointing Gesture Targets

Akansel Cosgun, Alexander Trevor, Henrik Christensen

Georgia Institute of Technology  (GATECH), Atlanta, USA

 

13h20-13h40

Analyzing the Effects of Human-Aware Motion Planning on Close-Proximity Human-Robot Collaboration

Przemyslaw A. Lasota and Julie A. Shah

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

 

13h40-14h00

In Preparation for Joint Action

Susan L. Epstein, Matthew Evanusa and Anoop Aroor

Hunter College and The Graduate Center of The City University of New York  (CUNY) 

 

14h00-14h20

Designing for Ease of Collaborative Effort in Human-Robot Joint Action

Kerstin Fischer, Lars Jensen, Franziska Kirstein

University of Southern Denmark  (SDU)

 

14h20-14h40

Social Analysis for the design of joint action: towards a methodology

Frank Dignum  1, Virginia Dignum  2, Catholijn Jonker

1 : Utrecht University - UU (NETHERLANDS)  (UU) 2 : Delft University of Technology [[Delft]  (TUD)  -
 

 

15h-15h30 Coffee Break

 

15h30-17h

Panel Discussion 

chair Rachid Alami

discussants Kerstin Fischer, Raul Hakli, Jeffrey Bradshaw

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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