International Conference on Social Robotics

Program

The Proceedings of the Eight International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR 2016) will be published by Springer International Publishing as part of the Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence series (LNAI).

Program (Summary)

Time November 1, 2016 (Tuesday)
08:30-10:15 Workshop: The Synthetic Method in Social Robotics (SMSR 2016), Part 1  
10:15-10:30 Break
10:30-12:15 Workshop: The Synthetic Method in Social Robotics (SMSR 2016), Part 2  
12:15-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:15 Workshop: Social Robots: A Tool to Advance Interventions for Autism, Part 1 Workshop: Using Social Robots to Improve the Quality of Life in the Elderly, Part 1
15:15-15:30 Break
15:30-17:15 Workshop: Social Robots: A Tool to Advance Interventions for Autism, Part 2 Workshop: Using Social Robots to Improve the Quality of Life in the Elderly, Part 2
17:30-19:30 Welcome Reception (Grand Ballroom)
Time November 2, 2016 (Wednesday)
07:45-08:30 Breakfast
08:30-09:15 Keynote: Socially Assistive Robotics: Robots that (Provide) Care
Professor Maja Mataric, University of Southern California
09:30-10:45 Social Robot Learning Social Robot Sensorimotor Coordination
10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Trust and Deception in Robots Robotic Vision and Speech
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:15 Robot Personality and Behavior Expressive Robot Faces and Appearance
15:15-15:45 Break
15:45-17:15 Affection and Emotion for Robots Robotic Touch: Design and Experiments
17:30-18:30 Robot Competition
19:00-21:00 Banquet Dinner (Grand Ballroom)
Time November 3, 2016 (Thursday)
07:45-08:30 Breakfast
08:30-09:15 Keynote: Teaching Social Skills with Social Robots
Professor Brian Scassellati, Yale University
09:30-10:45 Social Robotics for Children with Autism Intelligent Systems for Smart Environments
10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Social Robots for Children Robot Design and Philosophy
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:15 Assistive Robots for the Elderly and the Sick Engagement in Human-Robot Interaction
15:15-15:45 Break
15:45-17:30 Service and Healthcare Robots Human Responses Towards Robots
18:00-18:30 Awards (Grand Ballroom)

Program (Detailed)

Time November 1, 2016 (Tuesday), Morning Workshop, ROCKHILL Room (2nd Floor)
08:30-10:15 Workshop: The Synthetic Method in Social Robotics (SMSR 2016), Part 1
10:15-10:30 Break
10:30-12:15 Workshop: The Synthetic Method in Social Robotics (SMSR 2016), Part 2
Time November 1, 2016 (Tuesday), Afternoon Workshop 1, ROCKHILL Room (2nd Floor)
13:30-15:15 Workshop: Social Robots: A Tool to Advance Interventions for Autism, Part 1
15:15-15:30 Break
15:30-17:15 Workshop: Social Robots: A Tool to Advance Interventions for Autism, Part 2
17:30-19:30 Welcome Reception (Grand Ballroom)
Time November 1, 2016 (Tuesday), Afternoon Workshop 2, ROANOKE Room (2nd Floor)
13:30-15:15 Workshop: Using Social Robots to Improve the Quality of Life in the Elderly, Part 1
15:15-15:30 Break
15:30-17:15 Workshop: Using Social Robots to Improve the Quality of Life in the Elderly, Part 2
17:30-19:30 Welcome Reception (Grand Ballroom)
Time November 2, 2016 (Wednesday), Parallel Session 1, ROCKHILL Room (2nd Floor)
07:45-08:30 Breakfast
08:30-09:15 Keynote: Socially Assistive Robotics: Robots that (Provide) Care, Professor Maja Mataric, University of Southern California
09:30-10:45 Social Robot Learning Chair: Alan Wagner, Co-Chair: Guillem Alenya
09:30-09:45 Learning robot navigation behaviors by demonstration using a RRT* planner Noe Perez-Higueras, Fernando Caballero, Luis Merino
09:45-10:00 Adaptive Robot Assisted Therapy using Interactive Reinforcement Learning Konstantinos Tsiakas, Maria Dagioglou, Vangelis Karkaletsis, Fillia Makedon
10:00-10:15 User Evaluation of an Interactive Learning Framework for Single-Arm and Dual-Arm Robots Aleksandar Jevtic, Adria Colome, Guillem Alenya, Carme Torras
10:15-10:30 A Framework for Modelling Local Human-Robot Interactions based on unsupervised learning Rafael Ramon-Vigo, Noe Perez-Higueras, Luis Merino, Fernando Caballero
10:30-10:45 Using Games to Learn Games: Game Theory Representations as a source for Guided Social Learning Alan Wagner
10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Trust and Deception in Robots Chair: Alvaro Castro Gonzalez, Co-Chair: Silvia Rossi
11:00-11:15 Ethical Decision Making in Robots: Autonomy, Trust and Responsibility Andre Vellino, Fahad Alaieri
11:15-11:30 How Facial Expressions and Small Talk May Influence Trust in a Robot Raul Paradeda, Mojgan Hashemian, Rafael Afonso Rodrigues, Ana Paiva
11:30-11:45 A Study on Trust in a Robotic Suitcase Beatriz Quintino Ferreira, Kelly Karipidou, Filipe Rosa, Sofia Petisca, Patricia Alves-Oliveira, Ana Paiva
11:45-12:00 How Much Should a Robot Trust the User Feedback? Analyzing the Impact of Verbal Answers in Active Learning Victor Gonzalez-Pacheco, Maria Malfaz, Jose Carlos Castillo, Alvaro Castro-Gonzalez, Fernando Alonso-Martin, Miguel A. Salichs
12:00-12:15 Recommender Interfaces: the More Human-like, the More Humans Like Mariacarla Staffa, Silvia Rossi
12:15-12:30 Other-oriented Robot Deception: How can a robot's deceptive feedback help humans in HRI? Jaeeun Shim, Ronald Arkin
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:15 Robot Personality and Behavior Chair: Mary-Anne Williams, Co-Chair: Daniel Grollman
13:30-13:45 Infinite personality space for non-fungible robots Daniel Grollman
13:45-14:00 Decision-Theoretic Human-Robot Interaction: Designing Reasonable and Rational Robot Behavior Mary-Anne Williams
14:00-14:15 Formalizing Normative Robot Behavior Billy Okal, Kai Arras
14:15-14:30 Investigating the Differences in Effects of the Persuasive Message's Timing During Science Learning to Overcome the Cognitive Dissonance Youssef Khaoula, Jaap Ham, Michio Okada
14:30-14:45 Investigating the Effects of the Persuasive Source's Social Agency Level and the Student's Profile to Overcome the Cognitive Dissonance Youssef Khaoula, Jaap Ham, Michio Okada
14:45-15:00 Responsive Social Agents; Feedback-sensitive behavior generation for social interactions Jered Vroon, Gwenn Englebienne, Vanessa Evers
15:00-15:15 The Effects of Cognitive Biases in Long-term Human-Robot Interactions: Case Studies using three Cognitive Biases on MARC the Humanoid Robot Mriganka Biswas, John Murray
15:15-15:45 Break
15:45-17:15 Affection and Emotion for Robots Chair: Hadi Moradi, Co-Chair: Domenec Puig
15:45-16:00 Ethically-Guided Emotional Responses for Social Robots : Should I be Angry? Suman Ojha, Mary-Anne Williams
16:00-16:15 "How is his/her mood": A Question that a Companion Robot may be able to answer Mojgan Hashemian, Hadi Moradi, Maryam S. Mirian
16:15-16:30 Social Human-Robot Interaction: a new Cognitive and Affective Interaction-Oriented Architecture Carole Adam, Wafa Johal, Damien Pellier, Humbert Fiorino, Sylvie Pesty
16:30-16:45 MuDERI: Multimodal Database for Emotion Recognition among Intellectually Disabled Individuals Jainendra Shukla, Miguel Barreda-Angeles, Joan Oliver, Domenec Puig
16:45-17:00 Emotion in Robots Using Convolutional Neural Networks Mehdi Ghayoumi
17:00-17:15 Interactive Navigation of Mobile Robots Based on Human's Emotion Rui Jiang, Shuzhi Ge, Nagacharan Teja Tangirala, Tong Heng Lee
17:30-18:30 Robot Competition
19:00-21:00 Banquet Dinner (Grand Ballroom)
Time November 2, 2016 (Wednesday), Parallel Session 2, ROANOKE Room (2nd Floor)
07:45-08:30 Breakfast
08:30-09:15 Keynote: Socially Assistive Robotics: Robots that (Provide) Care, Professor Maja Mataric, University of Southern California
09:30-10:45 Social Robot Sensorimotor Coordination Chair: Ryad Chellalli, Co-Chair: Hagen Lehmann
09:30-09:45 Rhythmic Timing in Playful Human-Robot Social Motor Coordination Naomi Fitter, Dylan Hawkes, Katherine Kuchenbecker
09:45-10:00 Qualitative User Reactions to a Hand-Clapping Humanoid Robot Naomi Fitter, Katherine Kuchenbecker
10:00-10:15 Physiologically Inspired Blinking Behavior for a Humanoid Robot Hagen Lehmann, Alessandro Roncone, Ugo Pattacini, Giorgio Metta
10:15-10:30 Predicting the intention of human activities for real-time human-robot interaction (HRI) Vibekananda Dutta
10:30-10:45 Nonlinear Controller of Arachnid Mechanism Based on Theo Jansen Victor H. Andaluz, Darwin Sanchez, Cristina Bucay, Carlos Sanchez, Vicente Morales, Jorge David Perez Sanchez, David Rivas
10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Robotic Vision and Speech Chair: Michael Novitzky, Co-Chair: Hongsheng He
11:00-11:15 Developing an Interactive Gaze Algorithm for Android Robots Brian Cruz, Byeong-Kyu Ahn, Hyun-Jun Hyung, Dong-Wook Lee
11:15-11:30 Rotational Coordinate Transformation for Visual-Inertial Sensor Fusion Hongsheng He, Yan Li, Jindong Tan
11:30-11:45 A Human-robot speech interface for an autonomous marine teammate Michael Novitzky, Hugh Dougherty, Michael Benjamin
11:45-12:00 Annotation of Utterances for Conversational Nonverbal Behaviors Allison Funkhouser, Reid Simmons
12:00-12:15 Collaborative Visual Object Tracking via Hierarchical Structure Fangwen Tu, Shuzhi Ge, Henry Pratama Suryadi, Yazhe Tang, Chang Chieh Hang
12:15-12:30 Data Augmentation for Object Recognition of Dynamic Learning Robot Jiunn Yuan Chan, Shuzhi Ge, Chen Wang, Mingming Li
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:15 Expressive Robot Faces and Appearance Chair: Kerstin Sophie Haring, Co-Chair: Francois Ferland
13:30-13:45 Head and Face Design for a new Humanoid Service Robot Hagen Lehmann, Anand Vazhapilli Sureshbabu, Alberto Parmiggiani, Giorgio Metta
13:45-14:00 Designing and Assessing Expressive Open-Source Faces for the Baxter Robot Naomi Fitter, Katherine Kuchenbecker
14:00-14:15 Functional and Non-Functional Expressive Dimensions: Classification of the Expressiveness of Humanoid Robots Francois Ferland, Adriana Tapus
14:15-14:30 Facing Emotional Reactions Towards a Robot - An Experimental Study Using FACS Isabelle Menne, Christin Schnellbacher, Frank Schwab
14:30-14:45 The Influence of Robot Appearance and Interactive Ability in HRI: A Cross-Cultural Study Kerstin Sophie Haring, Mari Velonaki, David Silvera-Tawil, Katsumi Watanabe
14:45-15:00 Congruency matters - How ambiguous gender cues increase a robot's uncanniness Maike Paetzel, Christopher Peters, Ingela Nystrom, Ginevra Castellano
15:00-15:15 Spontaneous Human-Robot Emotional Interaction through Facial Expressions Ali Meghdari, Minoo Alemi, Ali Ghorbandaei Pour, Alireza Taheri
15:15-15:45 Break
15:45-17:15 Robotic Touch: Design and Experiments Chair: John-John Cabibihan, Co-Chair: Hisashi Ishihara
15:45-16:00 Recovery Behavior of Artificial Skin Materials after Object Contact John-John Cabibihan, Mohammad Khaleel, Kishor Sadasivuni
16:00-16:15 Path Analysis for the Halo Effect of Touch Sensations of Robots on Their Personality Impressions Yuki Yamashita, Hisashi Ishihara, Takashi Ikeda, Minoru Asada
16:15-16:30 One-shot evaluation of the control interface of a robotic arm by non-experts Sebastian Marichal, Adrien Malaise, Valerio Modugno, Oriane Dermy, Francois Charpillet, Serena Ivaldi
16:30-16:45 A Novel Parallel Pinching and Self-adaptive Grasping Robotic Hand Dayao Liang, Wenzeng Zhang
16:45-17:00 PCSS Hand: An Underactuated Robotic Hand with a Novel Parallel-Coupled Switchable Self-adaptive Grasp Shuang Song, Wenzeng Zhang
17:00-17:15 JLST Hand: A Novel Powerful Self-Adaptive Underactuated Hand with Joint-Locking and Spring-Tendon Mechanisms Jiuya Song, Wenzeng Zhang
17:30-18:30 Robot Competition
19:00-21:00 Banquet Dinner (Grand Ballroom)
Time November 3, 2016 (Thursday), Parallel Session 1, ROCKHILL Room (2nd Floor)
07:45-08:30 Breakfast
08:30-09:15 Keynote: Teaching Social Skills with Social Robots, Professor Brian Scassellati, Yale University
09:30-10:45 Social Robotics for Children with Autism Chair: Mohammad Aldosari, Co-Chair: Ali Meghdari
09:30-09:45 Identifying Engagement from Joint Kinematics Data for Robot Therapy Prompt Interventions for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Ayanna Howard, Ge Bi, Park Hae Won
09:45-10:00 Social Robots and Teaching Music to Autistic Children: Myth or Reality? Alireza Taheri, Ali Meghdari, Minoo Alemi, Hamidreza Pouretemad, Pegah Poorgoldooz, Maryam Roohbakhsh
10:00-10:15 Development of an ABA Autism Intervention Delivered by a Humanoid Robot Michelle Salvador, Anna Sophia Marsh, Anibal Gutierrez, Mohammad Mahoor
10:15-10:30 Interactive Therapy Approach through Collaborative Physical Play between a Socially Assistive Humanoid Robot and Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Saima Tariq, Sara Baber, Asbah Ashfaq, Yasar Ayaz, Naveed Muhammad, Saba Iqbal
10:30-10:45 Longitudinal Impact of Autonomous Robot-mediated Joint Attention Intervention for Young Children with ASD Zhi Zheng, Guangtao Nie, Amy Swanson, Amy Weitlauf, Zachary Warren, Nilanjan Sarkar
10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Social Robots for Children Chair: Ali Meghdari, Co-Chair: Friederike Eyssel
11:00-11:15 Robots in the Classroom: What Teachers Think about Teaching and Learning with Education Robots Natalia Reich-Stiebert, Friederike Eyssel
11:15-11:30 RASA: A Low-Cost Upper-Torso Social Robot Acting as a Sign Language Teaching Assistant Mohammad Zakipour, Ali Meghdari, Minoo Alemi
11:30-11:45 Robust Children Behavior Tracking for Childcare Assisting Robot By Using Multiple Kinect Sensors Bin Zhang, Tomoaki Nakamura, Rena Ushiogi, Takayuki Nagai, Kasumi Abe, Takashi Omori, Natsuki Oka, Masahide Kaneko
11:45-12:00 Learning with or from the Robot: Exploring Robot Roles in Educational Context with Children Nazgul Tazhigaliyeva, Anara Sandygulova
12:00-12:15 Examine the Potential of Robots to Teach Autistic Children Emotional Concepts: A Preliminary Study Huanhuan Wang, Pai-Ying Hsiao, Byung-Cheol Min
12:15-12:30 Automatic Adaptation of Online Language Lessons for Robot Tutoring Leah Perlmutter, Alexander Fiannaca, Eric Kernfeld, Sahil Anand, Lindsey Arnold, Maya Cakmak
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:15 Assistive Robots for the Elderly and the Sick Chair: Guillem Alenya, Co-Chair: Birgit Lugrin
13:30-13:45 The ENRICHME Project: Lessons Learnt from a First Interaction with the Elderly Roxana Agrigoroaie, Francois Ferland, Adriana Tapus
13:45-14:00 The Influence of a Social Robot's Persona on how it is Perceived and Accepted by Elderly Users Andrea Bartl, Stefanie Bosch, Michael Brandt, Monique Dittrich, Birgit Lugrin
14:00-14:15 From Social Practices to Social Robots - User-Driven Robot Development in Elder Care Matthias Rehm, Antonia Krummheuer, Kasper rodil, Mai Nguyen, Bjorn Thorlacius
14:15-14:30 Co-design and robots: a case study of a robot dog for aging people Tuck Wah Leong, Benjamin Johnston
14:30-14:45 An Effort to Develop a Web-Based approach to Assess the Need for Robots Among the Elderly Kimmo Vanni, Annina Korpela
14:45-15:00 Personalization Framework for Adaptive Robotic Feeding Assistance Gerard Canal, Guillem Alenya, Carme Torras
15:00-15:15 Designing a Social Robot to Assist in Medication Sorting Jason Wilson, Linda Tickle-Degnen, Matthias Scheutz
15:15-15:45 Break
15:45-17:30 Service and Healthcare Robots Chair: Horst-Michael Gross, Co-Chair: Pooyan Fazli
15:45-16:00 Colleague or Tool?: Interactivity Increases Positive Perceptions of and Willingness to Interact With a Robotic Co-Worker Benjamin Oistad, Catherine Sembroski, Kathryn Gates, Margaret Krupp, Marlena Fraune, Selma Aabanovic
16:00-16:15 Design and Implementation of a Task-oriented Robot for Power Substation Zhang Haojie, Su Bo, Su Zhibao
16:15-16:30 Introducing IOmi - A Female Robot Hostess for Guidance in a University Environment Eiji Onchi, Cesar Lucho, Michel Siguenza, Gabriele Trovato, Francisco Cuellar
16:30-16:45 Help Me! Sharing of Instructions Between Remote and Heterogeneous Robots Jianmin Ji, Pooyan Fazli, Song Liu, Tiago Pereira, Dongcai Lu, Jiangchuan Liu, Manuela Veloso, Xiaoping Chen
16:45-17:00 Who am I? What are You? Identity Construction in Encounters between a Teleoperated Robot and People with Acquired Brain Injury Antonia Krummheuer
17:00-17:15 Contribution towards Evaluating the Practicability of Socially Assistive Robots - by Example of a Mobile Walking Coach Robot Horst-Michael Gross, Markus Eisenbach, Andrea Scheidig, Thanh Quang Trinh, Tim Wengefeld
17:15-17:30 Mechanical design of Christine, the friendly social robot for the service industry Yi Mei Foong, Xiaomei Liu, Shuzhi Ge, Jie Guo
18:00-18:30 Awards (Grand Ballroom)
Time November 3, 2016 (Thursday), Parallel Session 2, ROANOKE Room (2nd Floor)
07:45-08:30 Breakfast
08:30-09:15 Keynote: Teaching Social Skills with Social Robots, Professor Brian Scassellati, Yale University
09:30-10:45 Intelligent Systems for Smart Environments Chair: Friederike Eyssel, Co-Chair: Birte Schiffhauer
09:30-09:45 Let the User Decide! User Preferences regarding Functions, Apps, and Interfaces of a Smart Home and a Service Robot Birte Schiffhauer, Jasmin Bernotat, Friederike Eyssel, Rebecca Brohl, Jule Adriaans
09:45-10:00 Toward a Hybrid Society: The transformation of robots, from objects to social agents Francesco Ferrari, Friederike Eyssel
10:00-10:15 Welcome to the Future - How Naive Users Intuitively Address an intelligent Robotics Apartment Jasmin Bernotat, Birte Schiffhauer, Friederike Eyssel, Patrick Holthaus, Christian Leichsenring, Viktor Richter, Marian Pohling, Birte Carlmeyer, Norman Koster, Sebastian Meyer zu Borgsen, Rene Zorn, Kai Frederic Engelmann, Florian Lier, Simon Schulz, Rebecca Brohl, Elena Seibel, Paul Hellwig, Philipp Cimiano, Franz Kummert, David Schlangen, Petra Wagner, Thomas Hermann, Sven Wachsmuth, Britta Wrede, Sebastian Wrede
10:15-10:30 Robo2Box: A Toolkit to Elicit Children's Design Requirements for Classroom Robots Mohammad Obaid, Asım Evren Yantac, Wolmet Barendregt, Guncel Kırlangıc, Tilbe Goksun
10:30-10:45 A Method for Establishing Correspondences between Hand-Drawn and Sensor-Generated Maps Leo Bowen-Biggs, Suzanne Dazo, Yili Zhang, Alex Hubers, Matthew Rueben, Ross Sowell, Cindy Grimm, William Smart
10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-12:30 Robot Design and Philosophy Chair: Ryad Chellali, Co-Chair: John-John Cabibihan
11:00-11:15 Culture as a Driver for the Design of Social Robots for Autism Spectrum Disorder Interventions in the Middle East Hifza Javed, John-John Cabibihan, Mohammad Aldosari, Asma Al-Attiyah
11:15-11:30 Better than Human: About the Psychological Superpowers of Robots Julika Welge, Marc Hassenzahl
11:30-11:45 Philosophy of Social Robotics: Abundance Economics Melanie Swan
11:45-12:00 Enabling Symbiotic Autonomy in Short-Term Interactions: a User Study Francesco Riccio, Andrea Vanzo, Valeria Mirabella, Tiziana Catarci, Daniele Nardi
12:00-12:15 On Designing Socially Acceptable Reward Shaping Syed Ali Raza, Jesse Clark, Mary-Anne Williams
12:15-12:30 Design and Development of Dew: An Emotional Social-Interactive Robot Yiping Xia, Chen Wang, Shuzhi Ge
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:15 Engagement in Human-Robot Interaction Chair: Amit Kumar Pandey, Co-Chair: Gabriel Skantze
13:30-13:45 Motivational Effects of Acknowledging Feedback from a Socially Assistive Robot Sebastian Schneider, Franz Kummert
13:45-14:00 Engagement Detection During Deictic References In Human Robot Interaction Timo Dankert, Michael Goerlich, Sebastian Wrede, Raphaela Gehle, Karola Pitsch
14:00-14:15 The MuMMER project: Engaging human-robot interaction in real-world public spaces Mary Ellen Foster, Rachid Alami, Olli Gestranius, Oliver Lemon, Marketta Niemela, Jean-Marc Odobez, Amit Kumar Pandey
14:15-14:30 Look at me now: Investigating delayed disengagement for ambiguous human-robot stimuli Melissa Smith, Eva Wiese
14:30-14:45 Making Turn-taking Decisions for an Active Listening Robot for Memory Training Martin Johansson, Tatsuro Hori, Gabriel Skantze, Anja Hothker, joakim gustafson
14:45-15:00 Influence of user's personality on task execution when reminded by a robot Arturo Cruz-Maya, Adriana Tapus
15:00-15:15 A Human-Robot Competition: Towards Evaluating Robots' Reasoning Abilities for HRI Amit Kumar Pandey, Lavindra de Silva, Rachid Alami
15:15-15:45 Break
15:45-17:30 Human Responses Towards Robots Chair: David Feil-Seifer, Co-Chair: Alvaro Castro-Gonzalez
15:45-16:00 Iterative Design of a System for Programming Socially Interactive Service Robots Michael Jae-Yoon Chung, Justin Huang, Leila Takayama, Tessa Lau, Maya Cakmak
16:00-16:15 Does the Safety Demand Characteristic Influence Human-Robot Interaction? Jamie Poston, Houston Lucas, Zachary Carlson, David Feil-Seifer
16:15-16:30 The effects of an impolite vs. a polite robot playing rock-paper-scissors Alvaro Castro-Gonzalez, Jose Carlos Castillo, Fernando Alonso-Martin, Olmer Olortegui, Victor Gonzalez-Pacheco, Maria Malfaz, Miguel A. Salichs
16:30-16:45 Concurrency Simulation in Soccer Jonathan Tellez-Giron, Matias Alvarado
16:45-17:00 Interaction with Artificial Companions: Presentation of an Exploratory Study Matthieu Courgeon, Charlotte Hoareau, Dominique Duhaut
17:00-17:15 Comparing Ways to Trigger Migration between a Robot and a Virtually Embodied Character Elena Corina Grigore, Andre Pereira, Jie Jessica Yang, Ian Zhou, David Wang, Brian Scassellati
17:15-17:30 Conceptual framework for RoboDoc: A New Social Robot for Research Assistantship Azadeh Mohebi, Ramin Golshaie, Soheil Ganjefar, Ammar Jalalimanesh, Parnian Afshar, Ali Aali Hosseini, Seyyed Alireza Ghoreishi, Amir Badamchi
18:00-18:30 Awards (Grand Ballroom)