Preliminary Program

February 2, 2009 – 3:59 am

The preliminary program and schedule are now available. Not all information is yet available, but at least the paper session have been allocated. The overall schedule is available (click on the picture) and the paper sessions are listed below. The schedule for the late breaking abstract is available.

Wednesday, March 11, 10:30am-11:30am

Paper Session 1: Designing Robots Based on Human Behavior
CHAIR:  Aude Billard, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switserland

The Snackbot: Documenting the Design of a Robot for  Long-term Human-Robot Interaction
Min Kyung Lee1, Jodi Forlizzi1, Paul Rybski1, Frederick Crabbe2, Wayne Chung1, Josh Finkle1, Eric Glaser1, Sara Kiesler1
Carnegie Mellon University, USA1, United States Naval Acadamy, USA2

Learning about Objects with Human Teachers
Andrea Thomaz, Maya Cakmak
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

How People Talk When Teaching a Robot
Elizabeth Kim1, Dan Leyzberg1 Katherine Tsui2 Brian Scassellati1
Yale University1 (USA), University of Massachusets Lowell (USA)2

Wednesday, March 11, 13:30am-14:30am

Paper Session 2 : Robots as Intermediaries.
CHAIR:  Greg Trafton

I Am My Robot: The Impact of Robot-building and Robot Form on Operators
Victoria Groom, Leila Takayama, Paloma Ochi, Clifford Nass
Stanford University, USA

Egocentric and Exocentric Teleoperation Interface using Real-time, 3D Video Projection
Francois Ferland, Francois Pomerleau, Chon Tam Le Dinh, Francois Michaud
University de Sherbrooke, Canada

Robots in the Wild: Understanding Long-term Use
JaYoung Sung, Henrik Christensen, Rebecca Grinter
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Wednesday, March 11, 16:20am-17:40am

Paper Session 3: Non-Verbal Communication in HRI.
CHAIR:  Dan Levine

Providing Route Directions:  Design of Robot’s Utterance, Gesture, and Timing
Yusuke Okuno1, Takayuki Kanda1, Michita Imai1, Hiroshi Ishiguro2, Norihiro Hagita1
ATR (Japan)1, Osaka University (Japan)2

Footing In Human-Robot Conversations: How Robots Might Shape Participant Roles Using Gaze Cues
Bilge Mutlu1, Toshiyuki Shiwa2, Takayuki Kanda2, Hiroshi Ishiguro3, Norihiro Hagita2
Carnegie Mellon University (USA)1, ATR (Japan)2, Osaka University (Japan)3

Nonverbal Leakage in Robots: Communication of Intentions through Seemingly Unintentional Behavior
Bilge Mutlu1, Fumitaka Yamaoka, Takayuki Kanda2, Hiroshi Ishiguro3, Norihiro Hagita2
Carnegie Mellon University (USA) 1, ATR (Japan)2, Osaka University (Japan) 3

Visual Attention in Spoken Human-Robot Interaction
Maria Staudte, Matthew Crocker
Saarland University, Denmark

Thursday, March 12, 10:30am-11:30am

Paper Session 4: New Methods for Studying HRI.
CHAIR:  Vanessa Evers

An Information Pipeline Model of Human-Robot Interaction
Kevin Gold
Wellesley College, USA

Systemic Interaction Analysis (SInA) in HRI
Manja Lohse, Marc Hanheide, Katharina Rolfing, Gerhard Sagerer
Bielefeld University, Germany

The Oz of Wizard: Simulating the Human for Interaction Research
Aaron Steinfeld1, Odest Chadwicke Jenkins2, Brian Scassellati3
Carnegie Mellon University (USA) 1, Brown University (USA) 2, Yale University (USA) 3

Thursday, March 12, 16:20am-17:40am

Paper Session 5: Modeling Social Interaction
CHAIR:  Jill Drury

How to Approach Humans? -Strategies for Social Robots to Initiate Interaction
Satoru Satake, Takayuki Kanda, Dylan Glas, Michita Imai, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Norihiro Hagita
ATR (Japan)

ShadowPlay: A Generative Model for Nonverbal Human-Robot Interaction
Eric Meisner1, Selma Sabanovic2, Volkan Isler3, Linda Caporeal1, Jeff Trinkle1
Resselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA)1, Stanford University (USA) 2, University of Minnesota (USA)3

Creating and Using Matrix Representations of Social Interaction
Alan Wagner
Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)

Developing a Model of Robot Behavior to Identify and Appropriately Respond to Implicit Attention-Shifting
Fumitaka Yamaoka, Takayuki Kanda, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Norihiro Hagita
ATR, Japan

Friday, March 13, 10:30am-11:30am

Paper Session 6: Situation Awareness, Interface Design & Usability,
CHAIR:  Kristen Stubbs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lowell (USA)

How Search and its Subtasks Scale in N Robots
Huadong Wang1, Michael Lewis1, Prasanna Velagapudi2, Paul Scerri2, Katia Sycara2
University of Pittsburgh (USA) 1, Carnegie Mellon University (USA) 2

Field Trial for Simultaneous Teleoperation of Mobile Social Robots
Dylan Glas1, Takayuki Kanda1, Hiroshi Ishiguro2, Norihiro Hagita1
ATR (Japan) 1, Osaka University (Japan) 2

Mobile Human-Robot Teaming with Environmental Tolerance
Mathew Loper1, Nathan Koening2, Sonia Chernova3, Chris Jones4, Odest Cadwicke Jenkins1
Brown University (USA) 1, University of Southern California (USA) 2, Carnegie Mellon University (USA) 3, iRobot Corporation (USA) 4

Friday, March 13, 15:10am-16:10am

Paper Session 7: Responding to Autonomy.
CHAIR:  Rachid Alami

On Using Mixed-Initiative Control: A Perspective for Managing Large-Scale Robotic Teams
Benjamin Hardin, Michael Goodrich
Brigham Young University (USA)

An Affective Guide Robot in a Shopping Mall
Takayuki Kanda, Masahiro Shiomi, Zenta Miyashita, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Norihiro Hagita
ATR (Japan)

Concurrent Performance of Military and Robotics Tasks: Effects of Automation Unreliability and Individual Differences
Jessie Chen
US Army Research Laboratory (USA)

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