Monday March 5

TIME EVENT EVENT
MARCH 5 MORNING & FULL-DAY WORKSHOPS
09:00 Workshop on Longitudinal Human-Robot Teaming – Grant Park D

Social Human-Robot Interaction of Human-Care Service Robots – Grant Park B

Personal Robots for Exercising and Coaching -Hyde Park B

Robots for Learning – R4L : Inclusive Learning – Hyde Park A

Explainable Robot Behaviors – Jackson Park D

An alternative HRI methodology: The Use of Ethnography to Identify and Address Ethical, Legal, and Societal (ELS) issues – Grant Park C

Social Robots in Therapy: Focusing on Autonomy and Ethical Challenges – Grant Park A

Social Robots in the Wild – Jackson Park C

Pioneers – Jackson Park B

13:00 Lunch
MARCH 5 AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS
 14:00 Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality for Human-Robot Interaction – GrantPark D

Cognitive and Social Neuroscience Methods for HRI – Grant Park B

“What Could Go Wrong?!” Lessons Learned When Doing HRI User Studies with Off-the-Shelf Robots – Grant Park C

Please refer to individual Workshops for additional schedule information.

Tuesday, March 6

TIME EVENT – ROOM NUMBER TRACK 2 (FOR SPLIT SESSIONS) EVENT – ROOM NUMBER
09:00 Welcome – W192
Takayuki Kanda, Selma Šabanović, Guy Hoffman, Adriana Tapus
09:30 Plenary Keynote – W192
David Mindell: Autonomy in Human Environments
10:30 Break – W196
MARCH 6 DUAL TRACK TALKS
 10:50 TRACK 1: Teleoperation and Shared Manipulation – W192 TRACK 2: Tutoring and Child-Robot Interaction – W194
  Eye-Hand Behavior in Human-Robot Shared Manipulation
Reuben Aronson, Thiago Santini, Thomas Kübler, Enkelejda Kasneci, Siddhartha Srinivasa, Henny Admoni
Do Children Perceive Whether a Robotic Peer is Learning or Not?
Shruti Chandra, Raul Paradeda, Hang Yin, Pierre Dillenbourg, Rui Prada, Ana Paiva
  “Wait, Can You Move the Robot?”: Examining Telepresence Robot Use in Collaborative Teams
Brett Stoll, Samantha Reig, Lucy He, Ian Kaplan, Malte Jung, Susan Fussell 
The Effect of a Robot’s Gestures and Adaptive Tutoring on Children’s Acquisition of Second Language Vocabularies
Jan de Wit, Thorsten Schodde, Bram Willemsen, Kirsten Bergmann, Mirjam de Haas, Stefan Kopp, Emiel Krahmer, Paul Vogt
  Shared Dynamic Curves: A Shared-Control Telemanipulation Method for Motor Task Training
 Daniel Rakita, Bilge Mutlu, Michael Gleicher, Laura Hiatt
Thinking Aloud with a Tutoring Robot to Enhance Learning
Aditi Ramachandran, Chien-Ming Huang, Edward Gartland, Brian Scassellati
  It’s All in Your Head: Using Priming to Shape an Operator’s Perceptions and Behavior during Teleoperation
Daniel Rea, James Young
“Stop. I see a conflict happening.” A Robot Mediator for Young Children’s Interpersonal Conflict Resolution
Solace Shen, Petr Slovak, Malte Jung
12:10 Lunch
 13:40 Late-Breaking Reports &
Student Design Competition – W196B/C
See Print Booklet
HRI Pioneers Posters &
Demonstrations
 – W196A

See Print Booklet
 15:40 Break – W196
MARCH 6 SINGLE TRACK TALKS
  16:00 SINGLE TRACK: Best Paper Nominees – W192
Improving Collocated Teleoperation with Augmented Reality
Hooman Hedayati, Michael Walker, Daniel Szafir
Expressing Robot Incapability
Minae Kwon, Sandy Huang, Anca Dragan
Characterizing the Design Space of Rendered Robot Faces
Alisa Kalegina, Grace Schroeder, Aidan Allchin, Keara Berlin, Maya Cakmak
What is Human-like?: Decomposing Robots’ Human-like Appearance Using the Anthropomorphic roBOT (ABOT) Database
Elizabeth Phillips, Xuan Zhao, Daniel Ullman, Bertram Malle
Fribo: A Social Networking Robot for Increasing Social Connectedness through Sharing Daily Home Activities from Living Noise Data
Kwangmin Jeong, Jihyun Sung, Hae-Sung Lee, Aram Kim, Hyemi Kim, Chan Mi Park, Yuin Jeong, JeeHang Lee, Jinwoo Kim
17:40 Distinguished Service Award – W192
18:00 Reception – W196

Wednesday, March 7

TIME EVENT – ROOM NUMBER TRACK 2 (FOR SPLIT SESSIONS) EVENT – ROOM NUMBER
09:00 Announcements – W192
Takayuki Kanda, Selma Šabanović, Guy Hoffman, Adriana Tapus
09:10 Plenary Keynote – W192
Kerstin Dautenhahn: Robots and Us — Useful Roles of Robots in Human Society
10:10 Break – W196
MARCH 7 DUAL TRACK TALKS – SESSION 1
 10:30 TRACK 1: Machine Learning for HRI – W192 TRACK 2: Societal Issues: Abuse, Trust, Racism – W194
  Active Robot Learning for Temporal Task Models
Mattia Racca, Ville Kyrki
Inducing Bystander Interventions During Robot Abuse With Social Mechanisms
Xiang Zhi Tan, Marynel Vázquez, Elizabeth Carter, Cecilia Morales, Aaron Steinfeld
  Learning from Richer Human Guidance: Augmenting Comparison-Based Learning with Feature Queries
Chandrayee Basu, Mukesh Singhal, Anca Dragan 
The Ripple Effects of Vulnerability: The Effects of a Robot’s Vulnerable Behavior on Trust in Human-Robot Teams
Sarah Strohkorb Sebo, Margaret Traeger, Malte Jung, Brian Scassellati
  Learning from Physical Human Corrections, One Feature at a Time
Andrea Bajcsy, Dylan Losey, Marcia O’Malley, Anca Dragan
Humans Conform to Robots: Disambiguating Trust, Truth, and Conformity.
Nicole Salomons, Michael van der Linden, Sarah Strohkorb Sebo, Brian Scassellati
  DNN-HMM based Automatic Speech Recognition for HRI Scenarios
José Novoa, Jorge Wuth, Juan Escudero, Josué Fredes, Rodrigo Mahu, Néstor Yoma
Robots and Racism
Christoph Bartneck, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Qi Min Ser, Graeme Woodward, Robert Sparrow, Siheng Wang, Friederike Eyssel
Deep Reinforcement Learning of Abstract Reasoning from Demonstrations
Madison Clark-Turner, Momotaz Begum
Mindless Robots get Bullied
Merel Keijsers, Christoph Bartneck
12:10 Lunch
MARCH 7 DUAL TRACK TALKS – SESSION 2
13:40 TRACK 1: Designing Robots and Interactions – W192 TRACK 2: Groups and Teams – W194
User-Centered Robot Head Design: a Sensing Computing Interaction Platform for Research Robotics (SCIPRR)
Anthony Harrison, Wendy Xu, J. Gregory Trafton
Human-Robot Similarity and Willingness to Work with Robotic Co-Worker
Sangseok You, Lionel Robert Jr.
Bioluminescence-Inspired Human-Robot Interaction: Designing Expressive Lights that Affect Human’s Willingness to Interact with a Robot
Sichao Song, Seiji Yamada
Group-based Emotions in Teams of Humans and Robots
Filipa Correia, Samuel Mascarenhas, Rui Prada, Francisco Melo, Ana Paiva
“Haru”: Hardware Design of an Experimental Table top Robot Assistant
Randy Gomez, Deborah Szapiro, Kerl Galindo, Keisuke Nakamura
Where Should Robots Talk?: Spatial Arrangement Study from a Participant Workload Perspective
Takahiro Matsumoto, Mitsuhiro Goto, Ryo Ishii, Tomoki Watanabe, Tomohiro Yamada, Michita Imai
Iterative Design of an Upper Limb Rehabilitation Game with Tangible Robots
Arzu Guneysu Ozgur, Maximilian Wessel, Wafa Johal, Kshitij Sharma, Ayberk Özgür, Philippe Vuadens, Francesco Mondada, Friedhelm Hummel, Pierre Dillenbourg
Friends or Foes? Socioemotional Support and Gaze Behaviors in Mixed Groups of Humans and Robots
Raquel Oliveira, Patrícia Arriaga, Patrícia Alves-Oliveira, Filipa Correia, Sofia Petisca, Ana Paiva
 15:00 Break – W196
MARCH 7 SINGLE TRACK TALKS
  15:30 SINGLE TRACK: Best Paper Nominees – W192
Social Robots for Engagement in Rehabilitative Therapies: Design Implications from a Study with Therapists
Katie Winkle, Praminda Caleb-Solly, Ailie Turton, Paul Bremner
“Thank You for Sharing that Interesting Fact!”: Effects of Capability and Context on Indirect Speech Act Use in Task-Based Human-Robot Dialogue
Tom Williams, Daria Thames, Julia Novakoff, Matthias Scheutz
Planning with Trust for Human-Robot Collaboration 
Min Chen, Stefanos Nikolaidis, Harold Soh, David Hsu, Siddhartha Srinivasa
Communicating Robot Motion Intent with Augmented Reality
Michael Walker, Hooman Hedayati, Jennifer Lee, Daniel Szafir
An Autonomous Dynamic Camera Method for Effective Remote Teleoperation
Daniel Rakita, Bilge Mutlu, Michael Gleicher
17:10 Break– W196
17:30 VIDEOS and STAGE DEMO – W192

Thursday, March 8

TIME EVENT – ROOM NUMBER TRACK 2 (FOR SPLIT SESSIONS) EVENT – ROOM NUMBER
09:00 Announcements – W192
Takayuki Kanda, Selma Šabanović, Guy Hoffman, Adriana Tapus
09:10 Plenary Keynote – W192
Steve Cousins: Building a Service Robotics Business—Challenges from the Field
10:10 Break – W196
MARCH 8 DUAL TRACK TALKS – SESSION 1
 10:30 TRACK 1: Communicating with and without Speech – W192 TRACK 2: Psychology and HRI – W194
  Multimodal Expression of Artificial Emotion in Social Robots Using Color, Motion and Sound
Diana Löffler, Nina Schmidt, Robert Tscharn
alt-HRI – Social Psychology and Human-Robot Interaction: An Uneasy Marriage
Bahar Irfan, James Kennedy, Séverin Lemaignan, Fotios Papadopoulos, Emmanuel Senft, Tony Belpaeme
  Getting to Know Each Other: The Role of Social Dialogue in Recovery from Errors in Social Robots
Gale Lucas, Jill Boberg, David Traum, Ron Artstein, Jonathan Gratch, Alesia Gainer, Emmanuel Johnson, Anton Leuski, Mikio Nakano
The Peculiarities of Robot Embodiment (EmCorp-Scale)
Laura Hoffmann, Nikolai Bock, Astrid Rosenthal v.d. Pütten
  alt.HRI – Agreeing to Interact: Understanding Interaction as Human-Robot Goal Conflicts
Kazuhiro Sasabuchi, Katsushi Ikeuchi, Masayuki Inaba
Be More Transparent and Users Will Like You: A Robot Privacy and User Experience Design Experiment
Jonathan Vitale, Meg Tonkin, Sarita Herse, Suman Ojha, Jesse Clark, Mary-Anne Williams, Xun Wang, William Judge
  Observing Robot Touch in Context: How Does Touch and Attitude Affect Perceptions of a Robot’s Social Qualities?
Thomas Arnold, Matthias Scheutz
alt-HRI – Design Strategies for Representing the Divine in Robots
Gabriele Trovato, Cesar Lucho, Alexander Huerta-Mercado, Francisco Cuellar
Social Momentum: A Framework for Legible Navigation in Dynamic Multi-Agent Environments
Christoforos Mavrogiannis, Wil Thomason, Ross Knepper
Futuristic Autobiographies: Weaving Participant Narratives to Elicit Values around Robots
EunJeong Cheon, Norman Su
12:10 Lunch
MARCH 8 DUAL TRACK TALKS – SESSION 2
13:40 TRACK 1: Rethinking Human-Robot Relationships – W192 TRACK 2: Coordination in Time and Space – W194
alt.HRI – Interacting with Anatomically Complete Robots – A Discussion about Human-robot Relationships
Christoph Bartneck, Matthew McMullen
Compact Real-time Avoidance on a Humanoid Robot for Human-robot Interaction
Dong Hai Phuong Nguyen, Matej Hoffmann, Alessandro Roncone, Ugo Pattacini, Giorgio Metta
Social Cobots: Anticipatory Decision-Making for Collaborative Robots Incorporating Unexpected Human Behaviors
Orhan Can Görür, Benjamin Rosman, Fikret Sivrikaya, Sahin Albayrak
Detecting Contingency for HRI in Open-World Environments
Elaine Short, Mai Lee Chang, Andrea Thomaz
alt.HRI – Crucial Answers about Humanoid Capital
Brian Beaton
Effects of Robot Sound on Auditory Localization in Human-Robot Collaboration
Elizabeth Cha, Naomi Fitter, Yunkyung Kim, Terry Fong, Maja Matarić
A Design Methodology for the UX of HRI: Example Case Study of a Social Robot at an Airport
Meg Tonkin, Jonathan Vitale, Sarita Herse, Mary-Anne Williams, William Judge, Xun Wang
Evaluating Social Perception of Human-to-Robot Handovers using the Robot Social Attributes Scale (RoSAS)
Matthew Pan, Elizabeth Croft, Günter Niemeyer
 15:00 Break – W196
MARCH 8 SINGLE TRACK TALKS
  15:30 SINGLE TRACK: Transactions on HRI  – W192
Closed-loop Global Motion Planning for Reactive Collision-free Execution of Learned Tasks
Chris Bowen, Ron Alterovitz
Adapting a General Purpose Social Robot for Paediatric Rehabilitation through In-situ Design
Felip Marti Carillo, Joanna Butchart, Sarah Knight, Adam Scheinberg, Lisa Wise, Leon Sterling, Chris McCarthy
Reframing Assistive Robots to Promote Successful Aging
Hee Rin Lee, Laurel Riek
16:30 until 17:15 Closing & Award Ceremony – W192