Safe Human-Robot Interaction:
Sensing, Modeling, and Learning
ICSR 2020 Workshop on “Safe Human-Robot Interaction: Sensing, Modeling, and Learning”
November 14, 2020 (Sat), 20:20 - 22:30 (GMT)
November 15, 2020 (Sun), 20:20 - 22:30 (GMT)
Venue: virtual, zoom link to be announced soon
About the Workshop
Safe human-robot interaction (HRI) has long been a hot topic in social robotics, which not only covers physical human-robot interaction (pHRI) but also non-contact HRI. The workshop gathers robotics researchers from academia and industry to exchange recent development and trend in safe HRI on different stages of interaction: sensing, modeling, and learning. Confirmed speakers are from a variety of backgrounds: communication, CS, EE, ME, Materials Sciences, etc.
List of Speakers
Tao Gao (Department of Communication, Department of Statistics, UCLA)
"Intuitive Signaling Through an “Imagined We”"
Heni Ben Amor (School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering, Arizona State University)
"Interaction Primitives: A Machine Learning Approach for Ergonomic Human-Robot Symbiosis"
Zhi Li (Robotics Engineering Department, Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
"Perception-Action Coupling and Nursing Robot Teleoperation Interfaces"
Marco Pavone (Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University)
"On Safe and Efficient Human-Robot Interactions via Multimodal Intent Modeling and Reachability-Based Safety Assurance"
Néstor Becerra Yoma (Department of Electrical Engineering, Universidad de Chile)
"AI and Social Robotics: The Role of Spoken Language"
David Robb (Interactive and Trustworthy Technologies Research Group, Heriot-Watt University)
"The Challenges in Human-Robot Collaboration with Remote Robot Teams in Hazardous Environments"
Shaoping Bai (Department of Materials and Production, Aalborg University)
"Reliable Motion Intention Detection and Actuation for Human-Exoskeleton Interaction"
Guoying Gu (School of Mechanical Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
"Design of Soft Robots and the Preliminary Applications on Wearable Prosthetic Hands"