Human robot interaction is one of the key competences when robots are moving out of the structured environment on the factory floor and into more collaborative or social situations.
The Technical Faculty of IT and Design at AAU is especially well equipped for the challenges in this field with dedicated researchers working on the future methods and tools for interacting and collaborating with proactive autonomous robots. To coordinate and harvest the synergies across departments, the new HRI lab is established to provide a single entry point for everybody interested in future human robot interaction.
Join us for the opening event and get a look behind the scenes at the brand new Human Robot Interaction Lab at AAU's Technical Faculty of IT and Design.
Meet researchers and students working on the future methods and tools for interacting and collaborating with proactive autonomous robots, including drones, service robots and rehabilitation robots.
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15.30 - 16.00: Welcome by Dean and HoD
Short presentation of HRI initiative by coordinator
Short presentation about Robotics education
Invited company presentation
16.00 - 17.00: Demos, Poster, Student presentations
Close-proximity human robot collaboration
Affect-based human robot interaction for users with TBI
Vision-based ergonomic adaptation of robotic movements
Mixed-Reality human robot collaboration
Is it for me? How should drones approach people for deliveries
Semi-autonomous control of an assistive robotic manipulator
Ball-balancing robot (tentative)
Robotics in Architecture
Build your own robot: Co-creating robots with users with TBI
Interactive adaptive floor
Meet our students (Demos/Videos/Poster), e.g.
Measuring Human Robot Trust in interaction
Cross-cultural study on first encounters with a service robot
Adapative robot games for adolescent with brain injury