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ICSR2012 Technical Program for Tuesday October 30, 2012

 
AM-Track1 Robot Companions for Citizens
Chair John-John Cabibihan
National University of Singapore, Singapore
 
08:30-09:25, Plenary Speech
Robot Companions for Citizens
Professor Paolo DarioScuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy
09:25-09:40
Would Granny Let an Assistive Robot into Her Home?
Susanne Frennert Lund University, Sweden
Britt ÖstlundLund University, Sweden
Håkan EftringLund University, Sweden
09:40-09:55
Identifying Specific Reasons Behind Unmet Needs May Inform More Specific Eldercare Robot Design
Rebecca StaffordUniversity of Auckland, New Zealand
Bruce MacDonaldUniversity of Auckland, New Zealand
Elizabeth BroadbentUniversity of Auckland, New Zealand
09:55-10:10
A Cross-Cultural Study on Generation of Culture Dependent Facial Expressions of Humanoid Social Robot
Gabriele TrovatoWaseda University, Japan
Tatsuhiro KishiWaseda University, Japan
Nobutsuna EndoWaseda University, Japan
Kenji HashimotoWaseda University, Japan
Atsuo TakanishiWaseda University, Japan

AM-Track2 Interaction and collaboration among robots, humans, and environment
Chair Jaap Ham
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Co-Chair: Marcelo Ang
National University of Singapore, Singapore
 
10:30-10:45
Keep an Eye on the Task! How Gender Typicality of Tasks Influence Human–Robot Interactions
Dieta KuchenbrandtBielefeld University, Germany
Markus HäringAugsburg University, Germany
Jessica EichbergAugsburg University, Germany
Friederike EysselBielefeld University, Germany
10:45-11:00
How to Make a Robot Smile? Perception of Emotional Expressions from Digitally-extracted Facial Landmark Configurations
Caixia LiuEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Jaap HamEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Eric PostmaTilburg University, The Netherlands
Cees MiddenEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Bart JoostenTilburg University, The Netherlands
Martijn GoudbeekTilburg University, The Netherlands
11:00-11:15
Investigation of Optimal Deployment Problem in Three-Dimensional Space Coverage for Swarm Robotic System
Hongliang RenNational University of Singapore
Zion T. H. Tse University of Georgia, USA
11:15-11:30
HAG-SR Hand: Highly-Anthropomorphic-Grasping Under-Actuated Hand with Naturally Coupled States
Chi ZhangTsinghua University, China
Wenzeng ZhangTsinghua University, China
Zhenguo SunTsinghua University, China
Qiang ChenTsinghua University, China
11:30-11:45
RoboASR: A Dynamic Speech Recognition System for Service Robots
Abdelaziz AbdelhamidThe University of Auckland, New Zealand
Waleed H.AbdullaThe University of Auckland, New Zealand
Bruce A.MacDonaldThe University of Auckland, New Zealand

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

PM-Track1 Interactive Behaviors in Human-Robot Interaction
Chair Reid Simmons
Carnegie Mellon University, USA
 
13:30-14:25 Plenary Speech
A Theory of Interactive Motor Behaviors
Dr. Etienne Burdet Imperial College, UK
14:25-14:40
A Multi-Modal Approach for Natural Human-Robot Interaction
Thomas KollarCarnegie Mellon University, USA
Anu VedanthamCarnegie Mellon University, USA
Corey SobelCarnegie Mellon University, USA
Cory ChangCarnegie Mellon University, USA
Vittorio PereraCarnegie Mellon University, USA
Maneula VelosoCarnegie Mellon University, USA
14:40-14:55
Human-Humanoid Co-working in a Joint Table Transportation
Paul Evrard Commissariat à l'énergie atomique (CEA), France
Abderrahmane Kheddar

CNRS-AIST Joint Robotics Laboratory (JRL), Japan
CNRS-UM2 LIRMM, UMR5506, IDH group, Montpellier, France

14:55-15:10
Motion Synchronization for Human-Robot Collaboration
Shuzhi Sam GeNational University of Singapore
Yanan LiNational University of Singapore

PM-Track2 Interactive Session
 
15:10-16:00
Robot Social Intelligence
Mary-Anne WilliamsUniversity of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Android Emotions Revealed
Evgenios Vlachos Aalborg University, Denmark
Henrik ScharfeAalborg University, Denmark
Effects of Different Robot Interaction Strategies during Cognitive Tasks
Sebastian SchneiderBielefeld University, Germany
Ingmar BergerBielefeld University, Germany
Nina RietherBielefeld University, Germany
Sebastian WredeBielefeld University, Germany
Britta WredeBielefeld University, Germany
A Multi-Path Selecting Navigation Framework with Human Supervision
Peng Liu Beijing Institute of Technology, China
Guangming XiongBeijing Institute of Technology, China
Haojie ZhangBeijing Institute of Technology, China
Yan JiangBeijing Institute of Technology, China
Jianwei GongBeijing Institute of Technology, China
Huiyan ChenBeijing Institute of Technology, China
Monocular Visual Odometry and Obstacle Detection System based on Ground Constraints
Shude GuoBeiHang University, China
Cai MengBeiHang University, China
Hydraulic Pressure Control System Test and Analysis of Lower Extremity Exoskeleton
Qing GuoUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Xiang-gang ZhangUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Dan JiangUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Lu-lu ZhangUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Dynamic characteristics study of human exoskeleton based on virtual prototype
Wen-ming ChengSouthwest Jiaotong University, China
Fang LiuSouthwest Jiaotong University, China
Jian-bing Shao Southwest Jiaotong University, China
Structure optimization and finite element analysis of the human body exoskeletons lower limb power
Fang LiuSouthwest Jiaotong University, China
Wen-ming ChengSouthwest Jiaotong University, China
Jian-bing Shao Southwest Jiaotong University, China
Kinematics and Dynamics Modeling for Lower Limbs Rehabilitation Robot
Qian ZhangUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Min ChenUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Limei XuUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Coordinated Control Method of The Lower Extremity Exoskeleton Based on Human Electromechanical Coupling
Qing GuoUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Hong ZhouGeneral Logistics Department of CPLA, China
Dan JiangUniversity of Electronic Science and Technology of China

PM-Track3 Parallel Sessions (1) Artificial Empathy
Chair Luisa Damiano
University of Bergamo, Italy
Co-Chair: Paul Dumouchel
Ritsumeikan University, Japan
 
16:00-16:15
Should Empathic Social Robots Have Interiority?
Luisa DamianoUniversity of Bergamo, Italy
Paul DumouchelRitsumeikan University, Japan
Hagen LehmannUniversity of Hertfordshire, UK
16:15-16:30
Why not artificial sympathy?
Minoru AsadaOsaka University, Japan
Yukie NagaiOsaka University, Japan
Hisashi IshiharaOsaka University, Japan
16:30-16:45
Long-term Interactions with Empathic Robots: Evaluating Perceived Support in Children
Iolanda LeiteIST and INESC-ID, Portugal
Ginevra CastellanoUniversity of Birmingham, UK
André PereiraIST and INESC-ID, Portugal
Carlos MartinhoIST and INESC-ID, Portugal
Ana PaivaIST and INESC-ID, Portugal
16:45-17:00
Robot Drama Research: From Identification to Synchronization
Zaven Paré Laboratories Anthropologie et anthropomorphisme, ARTMAP, France
17:00-17:15
Talking-Ally: Intended Persuasiveness by Utilizing Hearership and Addressivity
Naoki OhshimaToyohashi University of Technology, Japan
Yusuke OhyamaToyohashi University of Technology, Japan
Yuki OdaharaToyohashi University of Technology, Japan
Ravindra De SilvaToyohashi University of Technology, Japan
Michio OkadaToyohashi University of Technology, Japan
17:15-17:30
How can a robot attract the attention of its human partner? A comparative study over different modalities for attracting attention.
Elena TortaEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Jim van HeumenEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Raymond CuijpersEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
James JuolaEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

PM-Track3 Parallel Sessions (2) HRI through non-verbal communication and control
Chair Ryad Chellali
Instituto Italiano di Tecnologia-PAVIS, Italy
Co-Chair Agnieszka Wykowska
Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, Germany
 
16:00-16:15
Does observing artificial robotic systems influence human perceptual processing in the same way as observing humans?
Agnieszka WykowskaLudwig-Maximilians Universität, Germany
Ryad ChellaliInstituto Italiano di Tecnologia-PAVIS, Italy
Md. Mamun Al-AminLudwig-Maximilians Universität, Germany
Hermann J. MüllerLudwig-Maximilians Universität, Germany
16:15-16:30
Using Compliant Robots as Projective Interfaces in Dynamic Environments
Davide De Tommaso Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy
Sylvain CalinonIstituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy
Darwin CaldwellIstituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Italy
16:30-16:45
Affective Tele-Touch
John-John CabibihanNational University of Singapore, Singapore
Lihao ZhangNational University of Singapore, Singapore
Chin Kiang Terence CherNational University of Singapore, Singapore
16:45-17:00
Various Foods Handling Movement of Chopstick-equipped Meal Assistant Robot and their Evaluation
Akira YamazakiTokai University, Japan
Ryosuke MasudaTokai University, Japan
17:00-17:15
User-Defined Body Gestures for Navigational Control of a Humanoid Robot
Mohammad Obaid

University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
Augsburg University, Germany

Markus HäringAugsburg University, Germany
Felix KistlerAugsburg University, Germany
René BühlingAugsburg University, Germany
Elisabeth AndreAugsburg University, Germany
17:15-17:30
Studies on Grounding with Gaze and Pointing Gestures in Human-Robot-Interaction
Markus HäringAugsburg University, Germany
Jessica EichbergAugsburg University, Germany
Elisabeth AndréAugsburg University, Germany

Awarding and Closing Remarks
 
17:30-18:15