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ICSR2012 Technical Program for Monday October 29, 2012

 
AM-Track1 Human Augmentation, Rehabilitation, and Medical Robots
 
Chair Shuzhi Sam Ge
National University of Singapore, and University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
 
08:30-09:25, Plenary Speech
Human-Mechatronic-Hydraulic Coupling Technology for a Strength-Enlargement Exoskeleton Power System
Dr. Hong ZhouGeneral Logistics Department of CPLA, China
09:25-09:40
Particle Swarm Optimization based Design for Knee Joint of Wearable Exoskeleton Robot
Jia-yuan ZhuGeneral Logistics Department of CPLA, China
Hong ZhouGeneral Logistics Department of CPLA, China
09:40-09:55
The Application of Machine-Learning on Lower Limb Motion Analysis in Human Exoskeleton System
Zhao CaoyuanUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Xiang-gang ZhangUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Qing GuoUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
09:55-10:10
Impedance Control of a Rehabilitation Robot for Interactive Training
Wei HeNational University of Singapore
Shuzhi Sam GeNational University of Singapore
Yanan LiNational University of Singapore
Effie ChewNational University Hospital, Singapore
Yee Sien NgSingapore General Hospital, Singapore

AM-Track2 Social acceptance of robots and their impact to the society
Chair Mary-Anne Williams
University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Co-Chair: Henrik Schärfe
Aalborg University, Denmark
 
10:30-10:45
The Automaticity of Social Behavior Towards Robots: The Influence of Cognitive Load on Interpersonal Distance to Approachable versus Less Approachable Robots
Jaap HamEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Mirjam Van EschEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Yvonne LimpensEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Jente De PeeEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
John-John CabibihanNational University of Singapore, Singapore
Shuzhi Sam GeNational University of Singapore, Singapore
10:45-11:00
Studies in Public Places as a Means to Positively Influence People’s Attitude Towards Robots
Nicole MirnigICT&S Center, University of Salzburg, Austria
Ewald StrasserICT&S Center, University of Salzburg, Austria
Astrid WeissICT&S Center, University of Salzburg, Austria
Manfred TscheligiICT&S Center, University of Salzburg, Austria
11:00-11:15
Difference of Efficiency in Human-Robot Interaction according to Condition of Experimental Environment
Ho Seok Ahn Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Republic of Korea
Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Dong-Wook LeeKorea Institute of Industrial Technology, Republic of Korea
Dongwoon ChoiKorea Institute of Industrial Technology, Republic of Korea
Duk-Yeon LeeKorea Institute of Industrial Technology, Republic of Korea
Manhong HurKorea Institute of Industrial Technology, Republic of Korea
Hogil LeeKorea Institute of Industrial Technology, Republic of Korea
11:15-11:30
Programming behaviour of a personal service robot with application to healthcare
Chandan Datta University of Auckland, New Zealand
Bruce MacDonaldUniversity of Auckland, New Zealand
Chandimal JayawardenaUnitec Institute of Technology, New Zealand
I KuoUniversity of Auckland, New Zealand
11:30-11:45
How Social Robots Make Older Users Really Feel Well – a Method to Assess Users' Concepts of a Social Robotic Assistant
Tobias KoertnerAcademy for Ageing Research at Haus der Barmherzigkeit, Austria
Alexandra SchmidAcademy for Ageing Research at Haus der Barmherzigkeit, Austria
Daliah Batko-KleinAcademy for Ageing Research at Haus der Barmherzigkeit, Austria
Christoph Gisinger Academy for Ageing Research at Haus der Barmherzigkeit, Austria
Donauuniversität Krems, Austria
Andreas HuberACIN, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Lara LammerACIN, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Markus VinczeACIN, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Pitch for Interactive Session
11:45-12:15
Pitch for Interactive Session

PM-Track1 Imagination, Play and Learning with Robots
Chair Oussama Khatib
Stanford University, USA
 
13:30-14:25 Plenary Speech
Imagination, Play and Learning with Robots
Dr. Cynthia BreazealMIT, USA
14:25-14:40
Manipulating Mental States Through Physical Action
Jesse GrayMIT, USA
Cynthia BreazealMIT, USA
14:40-14:55
Investigating the Effects of Robotic Displays of Protest and Distress
Gordon BriggsTufts University, USA
Matthias ScheutzTufts University, USA
14:55-15:10
Anthropomorphism and Human Likeness in the Design of Robots and Human-Robot Interaction
Julia FinkEcole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

PM-Track2 Interactive Session
 
15:10-16:00
Imagery of Disabled People within Social Robotics Research
Sophya YumakulovUniversity of Calgary, Canada
Dean YergensUniversity of Calgary, Canada
Gregor WolbringUniversity of Calgary, Canada
HRI Evaluation of a Healthcare Service Robot
I-Han Kuo University of Auckland, New Zealand
Chandimal JayawardenaUnitec Institute of Technology, New Zealand
Elizabeth BroadbentUniversity of Auckland, New Zealand
Rebecca StaffordUniversity of Auckland, New Zealand
Bruce MacDonaldUniversity of Auckland, New Zealand
Automated Behavioral Mapping for Monitoring Social Interactions Among Older Adults
Claudia RebolaGeorgia Tech, USA
Gbolabo GunmakinGeorgia Tech, USA
Patricio VelaGeorgia Tech, USA
Human-Robot Handshaking: A Hybrid Deliberate/Reactive Model
Yingzi ZengNational University of Singapore
Yanan LiNational University of Singapore
Pengxuan XuNational University of Singapore
Shuzhi Sam GeNational University of Singapore
Design and Development of a Wearable Rehabilitation Robot
Wei HeNational University of Singapore
Shuzhi Sam GeNational University of Singapore
Weian GuoNational University of Singapore
Zhen ZhaoNational University of Singapore
Jie ZhangNational University of Singapore
Shengtao XiaoNational University of Singapore
Fon Ping Nurais QuekNational University of Singapore
Development and Path Planning of a Biped Robot
Rui LiShanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Zhijun LiShanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Modelling and Trajectory Planning for a Four Legged Walking Robot with High Payload
Lorenzo GagliardiniIRCCyN, école Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France
Xinghua TianShanghai Jiaotong University, China
Feng GaoShanghai Jiaotong University, China
Chenkun QiShanghai Jiaotong University, China
Christine ChevallereIRCCyN, école Centrale de Nantes, Nantes, France
Xianchao ZhaoShanghai Jiaotong University, China
Combining Gait Research of the Quadruped/Biped Reconfigurable Walking Chair with Parallel Leg Mechanism
Xing Hu Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology, China
Hongbo WangYanshan University, China
Lingfeng SangYanshan university, China
Qifang GuWuxi City College of Vocational Technology, China
Lin YuanYanshan university, China
Design of an Automatic Rotatory Chair Prototype for BPPV Treatment
Fei XuShanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Dingguo ZhangShanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Xueguan GaoShanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Shankai YinShanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Modeling and Control of a Lower-limb Rehabilitation Robot
Yanjiao MaUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Wei HeNational University of Singapore
Shuzhi Sam GeNational University of Singapore

PM-Track3 Parallel Sessions (1) Social telepresence robots, embodiments and networks
Chair Shuichi Nishio
Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Co-Chair: Hirotaka Osawa
Keio University, Japan
 
16:00-16:15
Regulating Emotion by Facial Feedback from Teleoperated Android Robot
Shuichi NishioAdvanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Koichi Taura Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Osaka University, Japan
Hiroshi Ishiguro Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Osaka University, Japan
16:15-16:30
Body Ownership Transfer to Teleoperated Android Robot
Shuichi NishioAdvanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Tetsuya WatanabeAdvanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Osaka University, Japan
Kohei OgawaAdvanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Osaka University, Japan
Hiroshi IshiguroAdvanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Osaka University, Japan
16:30-16:45
A Geminoid as Lecturer
Julie Rafn AbildgaardAalborg University, Denmark
Henrik ScharfeAalborg University, Denmark
16:45-17:00
Social Networking for Robots to Share Knowledge, Skills and Know-How
Wei WangUniversity of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Benjamin JohnstonUniversity of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Mary-Anne WilliamsUniversity of Technology, Sydney, Australia
17:00-17:15
Social Acceptance of a Teleoperated Android: Field Study on Elderly's Engagement with an Embodied Communication Medium in Denmark
Ryuji YamazakiJapan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Shuichi NishioAdvanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Hiroshi IshiguroAdvanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Osaka University, Japan
Marco NørskovAarhus University, Denmark
Nobu IshiguroOsaka University, Japan
Giuseppe BalistreriUniversità Degli Studi Di Palermo, Italy
17:15-17:30
Partially Disembodied Robot: Social Interactions with a Robot's Virtual Body
Hirotaka OsawaKeio University, Japan
Thibault VoisinKeio University, Japan
Michita ImaiKeio University, Japan

PM-Track3 Parallel Sessions (2) Situated Interaction and Embodiment
Chair Ben Robins
University of Hertfordshire, UK
Co-Chair Laura Boccanfuso
University of South Carolina, USA
 
16:00-16:15
Embodiment and Cognitive Learning - Can a Humanoid Robot help Children with Autism to Learn about Tactile Social Behaviour?
Ben RobinsUniversity of Hertfordshire, UK
Kerstin DautenhahnUniversity of Hertfordshire, UK
Paul DickersonRoehampton University, UK
16:15-16:30
A User Trial Study to Understand Play Behaviors of Autistic Children Using a Social Robot
Alvin WongA*Star, Singapore
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Yeow Kee TanA*Star, Singapore
Adrian TayA*Star, Singapore
Anthony WongA*Star, Singapore
Dilip Kumar LimbuA*Star, Singapore
Tran Anh DungA*Star, Singapore
Yuanwei ChuaA*Star, Singapore
Ai Ping YowNanyang Technological University, Singapore
16:30-16:45
Collecting Heart Rate Using a High Precision, Non-Contact, Single-Point Infrared Temperature Sensor
Laura Boccanfuso University of South Carolina, USA
Eva Juarez PerezUniversity of South Carolina, USA
Myra RobinsonUniversity of South Carolina, USA
Jason O'KaneUniversity of South Carolina, USA
16:45-17:00
How can a Social Robot facilitate children’s collaboration?
Michihiro Shimada ATR|Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Takayuki KandaATR|Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
Satoshi KoizumiATR|Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan
17:00-17:15
Emotional Robotics in Elder Care - A Comparison of Findings in the UK and Germany
Barbara KleinFachhochschule Frankfurt am Main, University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Glenda CookNorthumbria University, UK
17:15-17:30
Dorothy Robotubby: A Robotic Nanny
Haibin YanNational University of Singapore, Singapore
Marcelo H. Ang Jr National University of Singapore, Singapore
Aun Neow PooNational University of Singapore, Singapore

Panel Discussion
 
17:30-18:15
Topic: Social Robotics 2020
Chair: Mary-Anne Williams, University of Technology, Sydney
Panel Members: 1. Cynthia Breazeal, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
2. Etienne Burdet, Imperial College London
3. Xiaoping Chen, University of Science and Technology (USTC)
4. Sam Shuzhi Ge, National University Singapore (NUS)
5. Oussama Khatib, Stanford University