LBR Presentations

Each LBR (in-person or virtual) will be assigned to one of the four LBR sessions during the conference. The assignments are posted here.
Your participation and the way your work will be showcased depends on your attendance format.
1. [IN-PERSON] Poster presentation at the conference venue: LBRs whose authors have indicated they will present in person will be presented as a poster at the conference venue in Boulder. The author(s) should bring an A0 (in any orientation) poster for this and be prepared to present the material in their corresponding session. The board assignments are shown here.
2. [ALL] Videos: During the conference, we will play the submitted videos to showcase the work from all LBR authors.
3. [ALL] Online asynchronous presentation: All LBRs will have a booth in RingCentral Events (formerly Hopin). The booth will show your video and allow for asynchronous communication with all other attendees.
4. [ONLINE]: Online asynchronous presentation: During the assigned poster session, LBR authors who are unable to attend HRI in-person should sign into RingCentral Events (formerly Hopin). During that time, authors can visit each other’s booths and interact with the other participants.

LBR session I (in-person)

Snapbot: Enabling Dynamic Human Robot Interactions for Real-Time Computational Photography
Chanyeok Choi, Hanyang University
Jeonghan Kim, Hanyang University
Yunjae Nam, Hanyang University
Youngmoon Lee, Hanyang University

Collaborative Robots Can Support Young Adults with Disabilities in Vocational Education and Training
Olivia Herzog, Technical University of Munich, TUM School of Engineering and Design, Chair of Ergonomics
Elisa Mina, Technical University of Munich, TUM School of Engineering and Design, Chair of Ergonomics

An Exploratory Study on People’s Intuitive Understanding of Expressive Robot Behavior
Marieke T. H. van Otterdijk, University of Oslo
Diana Saplacan Lindblom, University of Oslo
Bruno Laeng, University of Oslo
Jim Torresen, University of Oslo

Sleep Elf: Pillow Robot that Pats and Sings Child to Sleep Mimicking A Parent
Yilin Wang, Tsinghua University
Qingwei Wang, Tsinghua University
Xiangyu Sun, Harbin Institute of Technology
Changdan Cao, Tsinghua University
Ruisi Sun, Tsinghua University

A Visual Design Space for One-Dimensional Intelligible Human-Robot Interaction Visualizations
Bram van Deurzen, UHasselt – tUL – Flanders Make
Gustavo Alberto Rovelo Ruiz, UHasselt – tUL – Flanders Make
Kris Luyten UHasselt – tUL – Flanders Make

BCI Exploration of User Responses to Vulnerable and Expressive Robot Behaviors
Roya Salehzadeh, Lawrence Technological University
Harish Bezawada, The University of Alabama
Chris S. Crawford, The University of Alabama

A Generalizable Architecture for Explaining Robot Failures Using Behavior Trees and Large Language Models
Christian Tagliamonte, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Daniel Maccaline, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Gregory LeMasurier, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Holly A. Yanco, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Compete, Cooperate, or Both? Exploring How Interaction Settings Shape Human-Robot Interaction
Eileen Roesler, George Mason University
Lena Winhold Technische, Universität Berlin
Linda Onnasch Technische, Universität Berlin

Designing Healthcare Robots at Home for Older Adults: A Kano Model Perspective
Qiaoning Zhang, University of Michigan
Feng Zhou, University of Michigan
Lionel Peter Robert University of Michigan X. Jessie Yang University of Michigan

Attitudes towards Social Robots (ASOR): Revisiting the Scale with Four Types of Robots
Anna Dobrosovestnova, TU Wien
Ralf Vetter, University of Salzburg
Astrid Weiss, TU Wien

A Robot-Administered ICU Confusion Assessment with Brain-Computer Interface Control
Ajay Joshi, Heriot-Watt University
Lynne Baillie, Heriot-Watt University
Carl Bettosi, Heriot-Watt University

Joint Attention Estimation during Multi-party Facilitation Using Multi-Modal Fusion
Jouh Yeong Chew, Honda Research Institute
Japan Xiaohan Wang, Honda Research Institute Japan

Design Principles for Building Robust Human-Robot Interaction Machine Learning Models
Josh Bhagat Smith, Oregon State University
Vivek Mallampati, Oregon State University
Prakash Baskaran, Oregon State University
Mark-Robin Giolando, Oregon State University
Julie A. Adams, Oregon State University

Beyond Dyadic Interactions: Assessing Trust Networks in Multi-Human-Robot Teams :trophy:LBR Award Nominee 
Aakash Yadav, University of Wisconsin – Madison
Ranjana Mehta, University of Wisconsin – Madison

A Human-Centered Evaluation of Visualization Techniques for Teleoperated Assembly Tasks for Non-Expert Users
Theresa Prinz, Technical University of Munich
Klaus Bengler, Technical University of Munich

An Advanced Desktop Humanoid Robot for Emotional Support with Flexible Motion and Artificial Intelligence
Chenghao Wang, Tsinghua University
Changdan Cao, Tsinghua University
Xiangyu Sun, Harbin Institute of Technology
Yunqi Jiang, Jilin University
Tianhao Liu, Shandong University

Approaching Future Robot Technologies via Speculative Role-Playing
Katharina Brunnmayr, Technische Universität
Wien Astrid Weiss, Technische Universität Wien

AntHand: Interaction Techniques for Precise Telerobotic Control Using Scaled Objects in Virtual Environments
Dries Cardinaels, UHasselt – Flanders Make
Bram van Deurzen, UHasselt – Flanders Make
Raf Ramakers, UHasselt – Flanders Make
Kris Luyten, UHasselt – Flanders Make

Custom Robotic Device for Quadriplegics Rehabilitation Enabled by Residual Muscle Activation
Isaac Malette Cayer, Interdisciplinary Institute for Technological Innovation, Research Center of Aging (CdRV)
Adina M. Panchea Research Center of Aging (CdRV), Interdisciplinary Institute for Technological Innovation
François Ferland, Université de Sherbrooke

Creating Virtual Patients using Robots and Large Language Models: A Preliminary Study with Medical Students
Alexander Borg, Karolinska Institute
Ioannis Parodis, Karolinska Institute
Gabriel Skantze, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Challenges in Annotating Gesture-Based Cognitive Status in Human-Robot Collaboration Datasets
Logan Daigler, Colorado School of Mines
Mark Higger, Colorado School of Mines
Terran Mott, Colorado School of Mines
Tom Williams, Colorado School of Mines

Biased Attention Near iCub’s Hand After Collaborative HRI
Giulia Scorza, Azzarà University of Genoa, Italian Institute of Technology
Joshua Zonca, Italian Institute of Technology Francesco Rea Italian Institute of Technology
Joo-Hyun Song, Brown University Alessandra Sciutti Italian Institute of Technology

Ain’t Misbehavin’ ‚Äì Using LLMs to Generate Expressive Robot Behavior in Conversations with the Tabletop Robot Haru
Zining Wang, The University of British Columbia
Paul Reisert, Beyond Reason
Eric Nichols, Honda Research Institute Japan
Randy Gomez, Honda Research Institute Japan

Cycling with Robots: How Long-Term Interaction Experience with Automated Shuttle Buses Shapes Cyclist Attitudes
Sam Thellman, Linköping University
Franziska Babel, Linköping University
Tom Ziemke, Linköping University

Beyond the Default: The Effects of Adaptable Robot Speed in Industrial Human-Robot Interaction
Eileen Roesler, George Mason University
Jule Meerwein, Technische Universität Berlin
Joerg, Krueger Technische Universität Berlin
Linda Onnasch, Technische Universität Berlin

A Robot Dialogue Authoring Interface with Smart Capabilities
Saad Elbeleidy, Colorado School of Mines
Michelle Lieng, Colorado School of Mines
Tom Williams, Colorado School of Mines

Designing Social Educational Robots: How User Participation Shapes Acceptance
Carola Weidmann, Technische Universität Berlin
Eileen Roesler, George Mason University
Eva Wiese, Technische Universität Berlin

An Exploration of Mock Scenarios as a Prospective Method for Informing Law and Policy Thinking on Service Robotics
Ayan Robinson, Oregon State University
Cindy Grimm, Oregon State University
Ruth West, Oregon State University
Naomi Fitter, Oregon State University

A Pilot Investigation of Human Preference for Robot Arm Visual Form
Stayce Mockel, Oregon State University
Rhian C. Preston, Oregon State University
Jessica Herring, Berry College
Naomi T. Fitter, Oregon State University

Deploying a Robotic ride-on Car in the Hospital to Reduce the Stress of Pediatric Patients before Surgery
Agata Lapedriza, EAI Northeastern University / UOC
Jordi Albo Canals, Lighthouse – DIG
Neska ElHaouij, MIT Media Laboratory
Jinmo Lee, MIT Media Laboratory
Javier Hernandez, Microsoft Research
Judith Amores, Microsoft Research
Kyung Yun, MIT Media Laboratory
Carmen Jerez Molina, Campus Docent Sant Joan de Deu
Laura Lahuerta, SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital
Nuria Gonzalez, SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital
Maria V. Fernandez, SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital
Marta Ayats Soler, SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital
Sofia Ferreira, SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital
Ariadna Ballesteros, SJD Barcelona Children’s Hospital
Rosalind Picard, MIT Media Laboratory

What Will You Do Next?” Designing and Evaluating Explanation Generation Using Behavior Trees for Projection-Level XAI”
Tammer Barkouki, University of California, Davis
Ian T. Chuang, University of California, Davis
Stephen Robinson, University of California, Davis

Adversarial Robots as Creative Collaborators
Shayla Lee, The New School & Cornell Tech
Wendy Ju, Cornell Tech

Adapting Task Difficulty in a Cup-Stacking Rehabilitative Task
Melina Daniilidis, University of Pennsylvania
Nathaniel Steele Dennler, University of Southern California
Maja Mataric, University of Southern California
Stefanos Nikolaidis, University of Southern California

AR-STAR: An Augmented Reality Tool for Online Modification of Robot Point Cloud Data
Frank Regal, The University of Texas at Austin
Steven Swanbeck, The University of Texas at Austin
Fabian Parra Gil, The University of Texas at Austin
Mitch Pryor, The University of Texas at Austin

Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover”: Exploring Discriminatory Behavior in Multi-User-Robot Interaction”
Carolin Strassmann, University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West
Cindy Eudenbach, University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West
Alexander Arntz, University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West
Sabrina Cornelia Eimler, University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West

Human Impression of Humanoid Robots Mirroring Social Cues
Di Fu, University of Hamburg
Fares Abawi, University of Hamburg
Philipp Allgeuer, University of Hamburg
Stefan Wermter, University of Hamburg

LBR session II (in-person/online)

dAllybot: Design Studio to Enhance Girls’ Participation in Technology and Art
Samantha Avalos, Pontificia Universidad, Catolica del Peru
Carlos Granados, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Mayli Tafur, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Dante Arroyo, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Silvia Julissa Roncal. Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru

Exploring Preferences in Human-Robot Navigation Plan Proposal Representation
Marc Dalmasso, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial (CSIC-UPC)
Víctor Sanchez-Anguix, Universitat Politècnica de València
Anaís Garrell, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – BarcelonaTech (UPC)
Pablo Jiménez, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial (CSIC-UPC)
Alberto Sanfeliu, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – BarcelonaTech (UPC)

Exploring the Influence of Co-Present and Remote Robots on Persuasiveness and Perception of Politeness
Sahba Zojaji, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Andrii Matviienko, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Christopher Peters, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Exploring of Discrete and Continuous Input Control for AI-enhanced Assistive Robotic Arms
Max Pascher, TU Dortmund University
Kevin Zinta, Westphalian University of Applied Sciences
Jens Gerken, TU Dortmund University

Designing Interactive Agents to Support Emotion Regulation in the Workplace through Guided Art-Making
Abena Boadi-Agyemang, Carnegie Mellon University
Minjung Park, Carnegie Mellon University

Interactively Explaining Robot Policies to Humans in Integrated Virtual and Physical Training Environments
Peizhu Qian, Rice University
Vaibhav Unhelkar, Rice University

Drawings for Insight on Preschoolers’ Perception of Robots
Irina Rudenko, Independent
Utku Norman, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Romain Maure, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Andrey Rudenko, Robert Bosch GmbH
Nora Weinberger, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Franziska Krebs, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Fabian Peller-Konrad, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Fabian Reister, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Tamim Asfour, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Barbara Bruno, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Introducing Personas and Scenarios to Highlight Older Adults’ Perspectives on Robot-Mediated Communication
Stephanie Arevalo Arboleda, Technische Universität Ilmenau
Melisa Conde, Technische Universität Ilmenau
Nicola Döring, Technische Universität Ilmenau
Alexander Raake, Technische Universität Ilmenau

Hands-On Robotics: Enabling Communication Through Direct Gesture Control
Max Pascher, TU Dortmund University
Alia Saad, University Duisburg-Essen
Jonathan Liebers, University of Duisburg-Essen
Roman Heger, University of Duisburg-Essen
Jens Gerken, TU Dortmund University
Stefan Schneegass, University of Duisburg-Essen
Uwe Gruenefeld, University of Duisburg-Essen

Investigating the Effect of Driving Support Robot Depending on Driver Characteristics
Ryusei Kimura, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Hiroto Horimoto, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Takahiro Tanaka, Nagoya Univeristy
Shogo Okada, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Goes to the Heart: Speaking the User’s Native Language
Shaul Ashkenazi, University of Glasgow
Gabriel Skantze, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Jane Stuart-Smith, University of Glasgow
Mary Ellen Foster, University of Glasgow

Investigating Causality in Parent-Toddler-Robot Interaction
Omer Gvirsman, Tel-Aviv University
Goren Gordon, Tel Aviv Univeristy

Integrating ChatGPT with Blockly for End-User Development of Robot Tasks
Luigi Gargioni, University of Brescia
Daniela Fogli, University of Brescia

Investigating Effects of Multimodal Topic-continuance Recognition on Human-Robot Interviewing Interaction
Fuminori Nagasawa, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Shogo Okada, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

From Aisles to Smiles: Carrey’s Impact on Customer Journey
Tushar Chugh, Carnegie Mellon University
Kanishka Tyagi, The University of Texas at Arlington
Adi Mopidevi, Adtech
Rolly Seth, Microsoft

Effect of Wait Time on Trust and Reliance in Human-Robot Interaction
Akihiro Maehigashi, Shizuoka University
Seiji Yamada, National Institute of Informatics

“Noisy” Matching of Motion Velocity of an Assistive Robot to the Users’ Walking Velocity”
Dongho Kwak, University of Oslo
Adel Baselizadeh, University of Oslo
Marieke van Otterdijk ,University of Oslo
Diana Saplacan, University of Oslo
Jim Torresen, University of Oslo

Softy: An Interactive Kit to Revitalize the Plush Toys of Children
Qi Xin, Tsinghua University
Xinyu Wang, Tsinghua University
Angela Pan Ding, Tsinghua University
Zipeng Zhang, Tsinghua University
Zihui Chen, Tsinghua University
Yijie Guo, Tsinghua University

Human-Robot Dialogue that Elicits The Alignment of Moral Principles For Driverless Vehicles
Georgios Angelopoulos, University of Naples
Federico II Vladimir Estivill-Castro, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Human Robot Interaction through an Ontology-based Dialogue Engine
Alessandro Saracco, University of Turin
Alberto Lillo, University of Turin
Marco Stranisci, University of Turin
Cristina Gena, University of Turin

How Do Robot Experts Measure the Success of Social Robot Navigation?
Nathan Tsoi, Yale University
Jessica Romero, Yale University
Marynel Vázquez, Yale University

Aging with Agency: Real-World Insights into Robot-Assisted Self-Health Monitoring for Older Adults
Caterina Neef, TH Köln – University of Applied Sciences
Anja Richert, TH Köln – University of Applied Sciences

Behavioral-economic Games with Commercially Available Robots
Roy de Kleijn, Leiden University
Avantika Dev, Indian Institute of Technology
Sumitava Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

Human States and Nonverbal Cues in Multi-party Facilitation: A Statistical Perspective
Jouh Yeong Chew, Honda Research Institute Japan
Isuru Jayarathne, Honda Research Institute Japan

CognitiveDog: Large Multimodal Model Based System to Translate Vision and Language into Action of Quadruped Robot
Artem Lykov, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Mikhail Litvinov, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Mikhail Konenkov, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Rinat Prochii, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Nikita Burtsev, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Ali Alridha Abdulkarim, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Artem Bazhenov, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Vladimir Berman, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Dzmitry Tsetserukou, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology

Generating Relevant Referring Expressions with GAIA: A Givenness Advised Incremental Algorithm
Mark Higger, Colorado School of Mines
Tom Williams, Colorado School of Mines

Design Exploration of Robotic In-car Accessories for Semi-autonomous Vehicles
Hyunjung Kim, The University of Tokyo
Max Fischer, The University of Tokyo
Jongik Jeon, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Seunghwa Pyo, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Kentaro Honma, The University of Tokyo
Miles Pennington, The University of Tokyo
Hailong Liu, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Keisuke Shimono, The University of Tokyo
Toshihiro Hiraoka, Japan Automobile Research Institute

Improving Visual Perception of a Social Robot for Controlled and In-the-wild Human-robot Interaction
Wangjie Zhong, Monash University
Leimin Tian, Monash University
Duy Tho Le, Monash University
Hamid Rezatofighi, Monash University

Design of Social Features for Robot-mediated Cross-cultural Interaction
Sara Cooper, Honda Research Institute Japan
Randy Gomez, Honda Research Institute Japan
Deborah Szapiro, University of Technology Sydney
Luis Merino, Universidad Pablo de Olavide

Influencing Human Performance: Investigating the Effect of Non-humanoid Robot Feedback on Task Performance
Mohammed Shabaj Ahmed, University of Bristol
Manuel Giuliani, Kempten University of Applied Science
Paul Bremner, University of the West of England

Can you let me go? Exploring Delivery Robots’ Verbal Response to Physical Bullying and its Impact on Perceived Safety, Comfort, Acceptability, and Existence Acceptance by Co-Present Individuals
Heqiu Song, RWTH Aachen University
Astrid Marieke Rosenthal-von der Pütten, RWTH Aachen University

Is Now a Good Time? Opportune Moments for Interacting with an Ikigai Support Robot
Long-Jing Hsu, Indiana University
Weslie Khoo, Indiana University
Peter Lenon Goshomi, Indiana University
Philip B. Stafford, Indiana University
Manasi Swaminathan, Indiana University
Katherine M. Tsui, Toyota Research Institute
David J. Crandall, Indiana University
Selma Sabanovic, Indiana University

From Human-Human to Human-Robot: How Social Psychology Research Methods Can Inform HRI Evaluation
Irem Kuyucu, Sabanci University
Ayse Dogan, Sabanci University
Selen Akay, Sabanci University
Sabahat Cigdem Bagci, Sabanci University
Junko Kanero, Sabanci University

How Robot Comes into Our Life in Urban Public Space: A Participatory Study
Jinwei Cao, Tongji University

Drone Fail Me Now: How Drone Failures Affect Trust and Risk-Taking Decisions :trophy:LBR Award Nominee 
Noah Rahimzadagan, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Matti Vahs, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Iolanda Leite, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Rebecca Stower, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Handling Working Memory Knowledge Through a Consultant-Level Resource Management Strategy
Rafael Sousa Silva, Colorado School of Mines
Tom Williams, Colorado School of Mines

A Bilingual Social Robot with Sign Language and Natural Language
Xiaoxuan Hei, Institut Polytechnique de Paris
Chuang Yu, University College London
Heng Zhang, Institut Polytechnique de Paris
Adriana Tapus, Institut Polytechnique de Paris

Uncovering Patterns in Humans that Teach Robots through Demonstrations and Feedback
Konstantinos Christofi, Free University Amsterdam
Kim Baraka, Free University Amsterdam

Exploratory Evaluation of a Tabletop Robot With Older Adults
Adina M. Panchea, Université de Sherbrooke
Marc-Antoine Maheux, Université de Sherbrooke
Philippe Warren, Université de Sherbrooke
Dominic Létourneau, Université de Sherbrooke
François Michaud, Université de Sherbrooke

Egg-Laying Robot to Enhance Mind Perception of Children and Parents
Takuto Akiyoshi, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Kota Nieda, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Yusaku Takahama, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Kenta Takahashi, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Kaito Nakamura, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Taishi Sawabe, Nara Institute of Science and Technology

Initial Study on Robot Emotional Expression Using Manpu
Ayaka Fujii, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Ken Fukuda, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

End-User Programming of Robot-Assisted Physical Training Activities through Behaviour-Driven Development
Jose Pablo De la Rosa, University of Southern Denmark
Thiago Rocha Silva, University of Southern Denmark
Anders Stengaard Sørensen, University of Southern Denmark

A Rosbag Tool to Improve Dataset Reliability
Francesco Vigni, University of Naples Federico II
Antonio Andriella, Pal Robotics
Silvia Rossi, University of Naples Federico II

An Exploration of Multimodal Communication for Developing Extrovert, Ambivert, and Introvert Robot
Wen-I lu, National Chengchi University
Shih-Yi Chien, National Chengchi University
Yao-Cheng Chan, University of Texas at Austin

Human-Robot Interaction in E-Commerce: The Role of Personality Traits and Chatbot Mechanisms – A Neuromarketing Research
Yu-Wen Chang, National Chengchi University
Shih-Yi Chien, National Chengchi University
Yao-Cheng Chan, University of Texas at Austin
Ching-Chih Tsao, Cornell Tech

Electromyography-based Kinesthetic Teaching of Industrial Collaborative Robots
Felix Wohlgemuth, University of St. Gallen
Iori Mizutani, University of St. Gallen
Lukas Eichelberger, University of St. Gallen
Simon Mayer, University of St. Gallen

Are Robots’ Gestures Understood? A Study on the Factors Influencing how Humans Perceive Information Present in Robot Gestures
Lisa Michelle Bohnenkamp, Bielefeld University
Olga Abramov, Bielefeld University
Stefan Kopp, Bielefeld University

A 3D-CNNs Approach to Classify Users’ Emotion through EEG-based Topographical Maps in HRI
Lorenzo D’Errico, University of Naples
Emanuel Di Nardo, University of Naples Parthenope
Angelo Ciaramella, University of Naples Parthenope
Mariacarla Staffa, University of Naples Parthenope

Effects of Transparency in Humanoid Robots – A Pilot Study
Heinrich Mellmann, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Polina Arbuzova, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Dimosthenis Kontogiorgos, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Magdalena Yordanova, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Jennifer X. Haensel, Stanford University
Verena Vanessa Hafner, Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin
Joanna J. Bryson, Hertie School

Exploring Large Language Models for Trajectory Prediction: A Technical Perspective
Farzeen Munir, Aalto University
Tsvetomila Mihaylova, Aalto University
Shoaib Azam, Aalto University
Tomasz Piotr Kucner, Aalto University
Ville Kyrki, Aalto University

DogSurf: Quadruped Robot Capable of GRU-based Surface Recognition for Blind Person Navigation
Artem Bazhenov, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Vladimir Berman, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Sergei Satsevich, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Olga Shalopanova, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Miguel Altamirano Cabrera, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Artem Lykov, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Dzmitry Tsetserukou, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology

Implementation and Evaluation of a Motivational Robotic Coach for Repetitive Stroke Rehabilitation
Martin K. Ross, Heriot-Watt University
Frank Broz, Delft University of Technology
Lynne Baillie, Heriot-Watt University

Embo: A Wearable Robot Transforming Child-Directed Verbal Aggression into Tactile Feedback
Shihan Qiu, Tsinghua University
Yuhan Xie, Tsinghua University
Shuowen Li, Tsinghua University
Wei Guo, Tsinghua University
Xiaoyue Gao, Tsinghua University
Yijie Guo, Tsinghua University

Getting Closer to Real-world: Monitoring Humans Working with Collaborative Industrial Robots
Federica Nenna, University of Padova
Davide Zanardi, Università degli Studi di Padova
Egle Maria Orlando, Università degli Studi di Padova
Margherita Nannetti, Università degli Studi di Padova
Giulia Buodo, University of Padova
Luciano Gamberini, University of Padova

DRAWBOT: Making Everyday Objects Interactive
Chirag Jain, Oregon State University
Hunter L. Brown, Oregon State University
Heather Knight, Oregon State University

Challenges and Innovations in Developing Autonomous Robot-Mediated Behavior Coaching Sessions with Haru
Matous Jelinek, University of Southern Denmark
Eric Nichols, Honda Research Institute Japan
Randy Gomez, Honda Research Institute Japan

In Gaze We Trust: Comparing Eye Tracking, Self-report, and Physiological Indicators of Dynamic Trust during HRI
Yinsu Zhang, University of Wisconsin Madison
Aakash Yadav, University of Wisconsin Madison
Sarah K Hopko, University of Wisconsin Madison
Ranjana K Mehta, University of Wisconsin Madison

DualTake: Predicting Takeovers across Mobilities for Future Personalized Mobility Services
Zhaobo Zheng, Honda Research Institute, USA Inc
Kumar Akash, Honda Research Institute, USA Inc
Teruhisa Misu, Honda Research Institute, USA Inc

VR-based Assistance System for Semi-Autonomous Robotic Boats
Stefan Reitmann, Lund University
Bernhard Jung, Technical University Freiberg

Unsupervised Motion Retargeting for Human-Robot Imitation
Louis Annabi, ENSTA Paris, IP Paris
Ziqi MA, ENSTA Paris, IP Paris
Sao Mai Nguyen, U2IS, ENSTA Paris, IP Paris and IMT Atlantique, Lab-STICC, UMR CNRS 6285

Multiplayer Space Invaders: A Platform for Studying Evolving Fairness Perceptions in Human-Robot Interaction
Houston Claure, Yale University
Kate Candon, Yale University
Olivia Clark, Yale University
Marynel Vázquez, Yale University

If [YourName] Can Code, So Can You! End-User Robot Programming For Non-Experts
Manasi Swaminathan, Indiana University
Long-Jing Hsu, Indiana University
Min Min Thant, Indiana University
Kyrie Jig Amon, Indiana University
Anna S. Kim, Indiana University
Katherine M. Tsui, Toyota Research Institute
Selma Sabanovic, Indiana University
David J. Crandall, Indiana University
Weslie Khoo, Indiana University

Emotion-Behavior Interplay in Human Animal-Robot Interaction (HARI)
Arielle Maignan, George Washington University
Derek Xie, George Washington University
Sehoon Ha, George Washington University
Jennifer Kim, George Washington University
Chung Hyuk Park, George Washington University

Does Performative Autonomy improve Situation Awareness in Highly Demanding Collaborative Tasks?
Sayanti Roy, Purdue University Northwest
Tom Williams, Colorado School of Mines

Discovering Undiscovered States in Human Robot Verbal Interaction
Sai Nitish Vemuri, Purdue University Northwest
Maged Mikhail, Purdue University Northwest
Sayanti Roy, Purdue University Northwest

A Decision Framework for AR, Dialogue and Eye Gaze to Enhance Human-Robot Collaboration
Chelsea Zou, Binghamton University
Yan Ding, Binghamton University
Kishan Chandan, Binghamton University
Shiqi Zhang, Binghamton University

Improving Human-Robot Team Transparency with Eye-tracking based Situation Awareness Assessment :trophy:LBR Award Nominee
Favour Aderinto, Oregon State University
Josh Bhagat Smith, Oregon State University
Mark-Robin Giolando, Oregon State University
Prakash Baskaran, Oregon State University
Julie A. Adams, Oregon State University

Exploring a Japanese Cooking Database: A Robot uses GenAI and a Knowledge Graph to Chat about Culinary Delights
Kristiina Jokinen, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Graham Wilcock, CDM Interact and University of Helsinki

Navigating the Human-Robot Interaction Landscape. Practical Guidelines for Privacy-Conscious Social Robots
Nicholas Callander, University of Glasgow
Andrés A Ramírez-Duque, University of Glasgow
Mary Ellen Foster, University of Glasgow

Exploring Foot-Interactive Robotics: A Study on Gobot’s Role in Enhancing Daily Walking Experience through Emotion-Infused Design
Yao Lu, Tsinghua University
Xuezhu Wang, Tsinghua University
Ruilin Xiong, Tsinghua University
Xun Cui, Tsinghua University
Yijie Guo, Tsinghua University
Haipeng Mi, Tsinghua University

LBR session III (in-person/online)

 

Towards a Path Planning and Communication Framework for Seamless Human-Robot Assembly
Fabian Schirmer, Technical University of Applied Sciences
Philipp Kranz, Technical University of Applied Sciences

Balachandra Bhat, Technical University of Applied Sciences
Chad G. Rose, Auburn University
Jan Schmitt, Technical University of Applied Sciences

Tobias Kaupp, Technical University of Applied Sciences

Mobile Robots Meet Augmented Reality Technologies: Transforming Human-Robot Interaction in Industry 4.0 Scenarios
Bernardo Marques, IEETA, DETI, LASI, University of Aveiro
Gonçalo Junqueira, IEETA, DETI, LASI, University of Aveiro
João Alves, Universidade de Aveiro
Eurico Pedrosa, IEETA, DETI, LASI, University of Aveiro

Towards Unlimited Task Coverage and Direct (far-off) Manipulation in eXtended Reality Remote Collaboration
Bernardo Marques, IEETA, DETI, LASI, University of Aveiro
Samuel Silva, IEETA, DETI, LASI, University of Aveiro
Eurico Pedrosa, IEETA, DETI, LASI, University of Aveiro
Fábio Barros, IEETA, DETI, LASI, University of Aveiro
António Teixeira, IEETA, DETI, LASI, University of Aveiro
Beatriz Sousa Santos, IEETA, DETI, LASI, University of Aveiro

Software Architecture to Generate Assistive Behaviors for Social Robots
Jason R. Wilson, Franklin & Marshall College
Yuqi Yang, Franklin & Marshall College

Introducing Social Robots to Assess Frailty in Older Adults :trophy:LBR Award Nominee 
Aniol Civit, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial, CSIC-UPC
Antonio Andriella, Pal Robotics
Cristian Barrue, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial, CSIC-UPC
Maite Antonio Rebollo, Institut Català d’Oncologia
Concepción Boqué, Institut Català d’Oncologia
Guillem Alenyà, Institut de Robotica i Informàtica Industrial, CSIC-UPC

Operationally Realistic Human-Autonomy Teaming Task Simulation to Study Multi-Dimensional Trust
Jaekeun Sung, University of Colorado Boulder
Sarah Leary, University of Colorado Boulder
Victoria S. Hurd, University of Colorado Boulder
Christian Lee, University of Colorado Boulder
Yimin Qin, University of California Davis
Zhaodan Kong, University of California, Davis
Torin K. Clark, University of Colorado-Boulder
Allison Anderson, University of Colorado – Boulder

More Effective Robotic UV Disinfection of Objects Through Human Guidance
Alan G. Sanchez, Oregon State University
Nash Bernhart, Oregon State University
William D. Smart, Oregon State University

NYAM: The Role of Configurable Engagement Strategies in Robotic-Assisted Feeding
Cristian Barrué, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial, CSIC-UPC
Alejandro Suárez, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial, CSIC-UPC
Marco Inzitari, Vall d’Hebron Institute of Research (VHIR) and Parc Sanitari Pere Virgili
Aida Ribera, Vall d’Hebron Institute of Research (VHIR) and Parc Sanitari Pere Virgili
Guillem Alenyà, Institut de Robotica i Informàtica Industrial, CSIC-UPC

Towards Remote Expert Supported Autonomous Assistant Robots in Shopping Environments
Niko Kleer, DFKI, Saarland Informatics Campus
Martin Feick, DFKI, Saarland Informatics Campus
Florian Daiber, DFKI, Saarland Informatics Campus
Michael Feld, DFKI, Saarland Informatics Campus

More Than Meets the Eye? An Experimental Design to Test Robot Visual Perspective-Taking Facilitators Beyond Mere-Appearance
Joel Currie, University of Aberdeen
Katrina Louise McDonough, University of East Anglia
Agnieszka Wykowska, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Maria Elena Giannaccini, University of Aberdeen
Patric Bach, University of Aberdeen

Pseudo-haptics Interfaces for Robotic Teleoperation
Rui Xavier, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade  Lisboa, Institute for Systems and Robotics
José Luís Silva, ITI / LARSyS, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), ISTAR-IUL
Rodrigo Ventura, Institute for Systems and Robotics, LARSyS,Instituto Superior Técnico, Univ Lisboa

The Effect of Predictive Formal Modelling at Runtime on Performance in Human-Swarm Interaction
Ayodeji O. Abioye, University of Southampton
William Hunt, University of Southampton
Yue Gu, University of Glasgow
Eike Schneiders, University of Nottingham
Mohammad Naiseh, Bournemouth University
Joel E. Fischer, University of Nottingham
Sarvapali D. Ramchurn, University of Southampton
Mohammad D. Soorati, University of Southampton
Blair Archibald, University of Glasgow
Michele Sevegnani, University of Glasgow

Multi-modal Language Learning: Explorations on learning Japanese Vocabulary
Pieter Wolfert, Radboud University
Lisa De Gersem, Ghent University – imec
Ruben Janssens, Ghent University – imec
Tony Belpaeme, Ghent University – imec

Isolated by Robotic Co-Workers: The Impact of Verbal Ostracism on Psychological Needs and Human Behavior
Lena Stachnick, Ruhr University Bochum
Laura Kunold, Ruhr University Bochum

Towards Explainable Proactive Robot Interactions for Groups of People in Unstructured Environments
Tamlin Love, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial, CSIC-UPC
Antonio Andriella, Pal Robotics
Guillem Alenyà, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial, CSIC-UPC

Synergizing Natural Language Towards Enhanced Shared Autonomy
Shalutha Navindu Rajapakshe Rajapakshe Mudiyanselage, Idiap Research Institute
Atharva Dastenavar, Idiap Research Institue
André Schakkal, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Emmanuel Senft, Idiap Research Institute

Probing the Inductive Biases of a Gaze Model for Multi-party Interaction
Léa Haefflinger, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, Atos
Frédéric Elisei, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP
Brice Varini, Atos
Gerard Bailly, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP

Spot Report: An Open-Source and Real-Time Secondary Task for Human-Robot Interaction User Experiments
Arsha Ali, University of Michigan
Rohit Banerjee, University of Michigan
Wonse Jo, University of Michigan
Samantha Dubrow, MITRE Corporation
Kayla Riegner, Ground Vehicle Systems Center
Jonathon M. Smereka, Ground Vehicle Systems Center
Lionel P. Robert Jr., University of Michigan
Dawn M. Tilbury, University of Michigan

Respiration-enhanced Human-Robot Communication
Takao Obi, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Kotaro Funakoshi, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Let’s Make this Fun!: Activities to Motivate Children and Teens to Complete Questionnaires
Shenando Stals, Heriot-Watt University
Isobel Voysey, University of Edinburgh
Lynne Baillie, Heriot-Watt University

Opportunities for Human—multi-agent Systems in Space: Thematic Analysis of Interviews with U.S. Space Force Guardians
Sara Scrapchansky, U.S. Air Force Academy
Samantha Miles, U.S. Air Force Academy
Lydia Melles, George Mason University
Kiara Morales, U.S. Air Force Academy
Chad Tossell, U.S. Air Force Academy
Ewart J. de Visser, U.S. Air Force Academy
Elizabeth Phillips, George Mason University

Multimodal Strategies for Robot-to-human Communication
Massimo Donini, University of Turin
Cristina Gena, Università di Torino
Alessandro Mazzei, University of Turin

PaBo Bot: Paper Box Robots for Everyone
Ruhan Yang, University of Colorado Boulder
Ellen Yi-Luen Do, University of Colorado Boulder

MoBi-LE – A Low-Cost 3D-printable Robot to Educate Children in Waste Disposal
Stefan Schiffer, RWTH Aachen University
Amy Liu, University of Pennsylvania

Towards Developing an Active Listening Counseling Robot for Multiple Generations: A Text Mining Study on Emotional Expression of the Elderly and the Young
Yugo Hayashi, Ritsumeikan University
Keita Kiuchi, Japan Organization of Occupational Health and Safety

The Way You See Me – Comparing Results from Online Video-Taped and In-Person Robotic Storytelling Research
Sophia C. Steinhaeusser, University of Würzburg
Martin Heckel, University of Würzburg
Birgit Lugrin, University of Würzburg

Nursing Staff’s Attitudes, Needs, and Preferences for Care Robots in Assisted Living Facilities: A Systematic Literature Review
Katie Trainum, University of Texas at Austin
Jiaying Liu, University of Texas at Austin
Elliott Hauser, University of Texas at Austin
Bo Xie, University of Texas at Austin

Technology-assisted Journal Writing for Improving Student Mental Wellbeing: Humanoid Robot vs. Voice Assistant
Batuhan Sayis, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Hatice Gunes, University of Cambridge

Perspectives on Level of Autonomy Decisions in Space Robotics
Cailyn Smith, Colorado School of Mines
Terran Mott, Colorado School of Mines
Tom Williams, Colorado School of Mines

Predicting Human Teammate’s Workload
Mark-Robin Giolando, Oregon State University
Julie A. Adams, Oregon State University

Learning to Control an Android Robot Head for Facial Animation
Marcel Heisler, Hochschule der Medien
Christian Becker-Asano, Hochschule der Medien

The Conversation is the Command: Interacting with Real-World Autonomous Robots Through Natural Language
Linus Nwankwo, Montanuniversität
Elmar Rueckert, Montanuniversität

Who is a Better Salesperson?: People Conform more to a Human than Robot Facilitator in the Wild
Tristan B. Driver, New Mexico State University
Martin Simecek, New Mexico State University
Corey D. Clarke, New Mexico State University
Yanfen You, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Marlena Fraune, New Mexico State University

Using Robot Social Agency Theory to Understand Robots’ Linguistic Anthropomorphism
Cloe Z. Emnett, Colorado School of Mines
Terran Mott, Colorado School of Mines
Tom Williams, Colorado School of Mines

Language, Camera, Autonomy! Prompt-engineered Robot Control for Rapidly Evolving Deployment
Jacob P. Macdonald, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Rohit Mallick, Clemson University
Allan B. Wollaber, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jaime D. Peña, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Nathan McNeese, Clemson University
Ho Chit Siu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Prototyping a User Interface for Multi-Robot Speech Control
Alexandra Bejarano, Colorado School of Mines
Sebastian Negrete-Alamillo, Colorado School of Mines
Terran Mott, Colorado School of Mines
Tom Williams, Colorado School of Mines

Textile Robotic Interaction for Designer-Robot Collaboration
Chipp Jansen, Royal College of Art & Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence in Design
Zhengtao Ma, Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence in Design
Lissy Hatfield, Royal College of Art & Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence in Design
Boyuan Tuo, Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence in Design
Elif Ozden Yenigun, Royal College of Art & Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence in Design
Sharon Baurley, Royal College of Art & Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence in Design
Stephen Jia Wang, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University & Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence in Design
Kun Pyo Lee, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University & Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence in Design

Pilot Observations of an Autonomous Red Light, Green Light Robot for Interactions with Children with Disabilities
Susan Liu, Oregon State University
Ameer Helmi, Oregon State University
Naomi T. Fitter, Oregon State University

Measuring Variations in Workload during Human-Robot Collaboration through Automated After-Action Reviews
Zhiqin Qian, Rice University
Liubove Orlov Savko, Rice University
Catherine Neubauer, Army Research Laboratory
Gregory Gremillion, Army Research Laboratory
Vaibhav Unhelkar, Rice University

Social Robots in Healthcare: Characterizing Privacy Considerations
Sandhya Jayaraman, UC San Diego
Elizabeth Phillips, George Mason University
Daisy Church, Academy of Art University
Laurel D. Riek, UC San Diego

Name Pronunciation Extraction and Reuse in Human-Robot Conversations
James Kennedy, Disney Research
Naveen Kumar, Disney Research
Maike Paetzel-Prüsmann, Disney Research

Work Tempo Instruction Framework for Balancing Human Workload and Productivity in Repetitive Task
Naoki Shirakura, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Natsuki Yamanobe, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Tsubasa Maruyama, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Yukiyasu Domae, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Tetsuya Ogata, Waseda University

MuModaR: Multi-modal Framework for Human-Robot Collaboration in Cyber-physical Systems
Jovan Clive Menezes, Cornell University

Wizard-of-Oz vs. GPT-4: A Comparative Study of Perceived Social Intelligence in HRI Brainstorming
Anita Vrins, Tilburg University
Ethel Pruss, Tilburg University
Caterina Ceccato, Tilburg University
Jos Prinsen, Tilburg University
Alwin de Rooij, Tilburg University
Maryam Alimardani, Tilburg University
Jan de Wit, Tilburg University

The Effect of Emotional Expression on the Use of a Hand-Sanitizing Robot
Frederike Durow, University of Southern Denmark
John Allan Øllgaard, University of Southern Denmark
Kirsten Bundgaard, University of Southern Denmark
Mhd Aghyad Jamal Eddin, University of Southern Denmark
Peter Hye Nielsen, University of Southern Denmark
Kerstin Fischer, University of Southern Denmark
Oskar Palinko, University of Southern Denmark

Touch from Robots Loses to Chatting via Text: A Comparative Study of Sympathy Demonstrated Using Text, Robot Arm, and Qoobo
Hina Fujita, Meiji University
Takanori Komatsu, Meiji University
Marlena R Fraune, New Mexico State University
Katherine M Tsui, Toyota Research Institute

Speaking Transparently: Social Robots in Educational Settings
Ronald Cumbal, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Olov Engwall, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Social Robots in Hospital Settings: An Initial Exploration of the Services Provided, Interaction Style and in the Field Evaluation
Norina Gasteiger, The University of Manchester
Tingting Zhu, The University of Auckland
Elizabeth Broadbent, University of Auckland
JongYoon Lim, The University of Auckland
Bruce MacDonald, The University of Auckland
Ho Seok AHN, The University of Auckland

Inclusive Dialogues: WokeBot Engaging Diversity Dilemmas
Mirjam De Haas, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
Veerle Hobbelink, HU University of Applied Sciences
Matthijs Smakman, HU University of Applied Sciences

Robot Noise: Impact on Electrophysiological Measurements and Recommendations
Mathias Rihet, ISAE-SUPAERO, Université de Toulouse
Aurélie Clodic, LAAS-CNRS, Univ de Toulouse
Raphaëlle N. Roy, ISAE-SUPAERO

Preschoolers’ Interactions with Social Robots: Investigating the Potential for Eliciting Metatalk and Critical Technological Thinking
Nils F. Tolksdorf, Paderborn University
Eugenia Wildt, Paderborn University
Katharina J. Rohlfing, Paderborn University

Voice Command Recognition for Explicit Intent Elicitation in Collaborative Object Transportation Tasks: a ROS-based Implementation
J. E. Domínguez-Vidal, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial (CSIC-UPC)
Alberto Sanfeliu, Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial (CSIC-UPC)

Toward Personalized Tour-Guide Robot: Adaptive Content Planner based on Visitor’s Engagement
Yanran Lin, University of Michigan
Wonse Jo, University of Michigan – Ann Arbor
Arsha Ali, University of Michigan
Lionel Peter Robert, University of Michigan
Dawn Tilbury, University of Michigan

Semantic Gesture in Robot Humor: A New Dimension to Enhance the Humor Expression
Heng Zhang, ENSTA-Paris, Institut Polytechnique de Paris
Chuang Yu, University College London
Xiaoxuan Hei, ENSTA-Paris, Institut Polytechnique de Paris
Adriana Tapus, ENSTA-Paris, Institut Polytechnique de Paris

Measuring Visual Social Engagement from Proxemics and Gaze in the Real World
Nicola Webb, University of the West of England
Manuel Giuliani, Bristol Robotics Laboratory
Séverin Lemaignan, PAL Robotics

Measuring State Utilization During Decision Making in Human-Robot Teams
Saurav Singh, Rochester Institute of Technology
Jamison Heard, Rochester Institute of Technology

PriMA-Care: Privacy-Preserving Multi-modal Dataset for Human Activity Recognition in Care Robots :trophy:LBR Award Nominee 
Adel Baselizadeh, University of Oslo
Md Zia Uddin, SINTEF Digital
Weria Khaksar, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Diana Saplacan Lindblom, University of Oslo
Jim Torresen, University of Oslo

Learning Action Conditions for Automatic Behavior Tree Generation from Human Demonstrations
Lisa Scherf, Interactive AI & Cognitive Models for Human-AI Interaction (IKIDA), Technische Universität Darmstadt
Kevin Fröhlich, Interactive AI & Cognitive Models for Human-AI Interaction (IKIDA), Technische Universität Darmstadt
Dorothea Koert, Interactive AI & Cognitive Models for Human-AI Interaction (IKIDA), Technische Universität Darmstadt

Surveying Adult Perceptions of Privacy and Attitudes towards Social Robots in the Home
Leigh Levinson, Indiana University Bloomington
Tyler Barrett, Indiana University Bloomington
Randy Gomez, Honda Research Institute Japan
Selma Sabanovic, Indiana University Bloomington

The Nose Knows: Using Thermal Imaging to Approximate Children’s Engagement with Robots
Leigh Levinson, Indiana University Bloomington
Zachary Kaufman
Arinah Karim, Indiana University Bloomington
Andrew Huang, Indiana University Bloomington
Randy Gomez, Honda Research Institute Japan
Selma Sabanovic, Indiana University Bloomington

Transition State Clustering for Interaction Segmentation and Learning
Fabian Hahne, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Vignesh Prasad, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Alap Kshirsagar, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Dorothea Koert, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Ruth Maria Stock-Homburg, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Jan Peters, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Georgia Chalvatzaki, Technische Universität Darmstadt

Perspectives on Robotic Systems for the Visually Impaired
Christopher Yee Wong, McGill University
Rahatul Amin Ananto, McGill University
Tanaka Akiyama, McGill University
Joseph Paul Nemargut, University of Montreal
AJung Moon, McGill University

Meet or Call my Robotic Tutor? – The Effect of a Physically vs. Virtually Present Social Robot on Learning Outcomes, Engagement and Perception
Melissa Donnermann, Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg
Pauline Heinzmann, Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg
Birgit Lugrin, Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg

Investigating the Mere Exposure Effect in Relation to Perceived Eeriness and Humaneness of a Social Robot
Anastasia Klara Fiolka, Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg
Melissa Donnermann, Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg
Birgit Lugrin, Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg

Real-World Implicit Association Task for Studying Mind Perception: Insights for Social Robotics
Tuğçe Nur Pekçetin, Middle East Technical University
Şeyda Evsen, Bilkent University
Serkan Pekçetin, Middle East Technical University
Cengiz Acarturk, Jagiellonian University
Burcu A. Urgen, Bilkent University, UMRAM

Interdisciplinary Requirements Engineering for Deploying Social Robots in Public Library’s: Results of an Interdisciplinary Expert Workshop
Artur Lisetschko, Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences
Nadine Jansen, Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences
Aysegül Dogangün, Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences
Aiden Danny Mäder, Ruhr West University of Applied Sciences

Conflict Simulation for Shared Autonomy in Autonomous Driving
Stefan Reitmann, Lund University
Tsvetomila Mihaylova, Aalto University
Elin Anna Topp, Lund University
Ville Kyrki, Aalto University

Introducing a New Instrument for Designing HRI Dialogues at Dialogue-based Co-design Workshops
Paula Maria Bonea, University of Southern Denmark
Vaiva Jataute, University of Southern Denmark

Virtual Reality-based Human-Robot Interaction for Remote Pick-and-Place Tasks
Wei Xu, University of Washington
Tim Huff, University of Washington
Siyang Ye, University of Washington
Joshua Rafael Sanchez, University of Washington
Darius Rose, University of Washington
Han Ling Tung, University of Washington
Yuang Tong, University of Washington
Jack Hatcher, University of Washington
Matthew Klein, University of Washington
Eric Morales, University of Washington
Davy Guo, University of Washington
Yusam Hsu, University of Washington
Haonan Peng, University of Washington
Zubin Assadian, University of Washington
John Raiti, Global Innovation Exchange (GIX)

Yachabot: A Novel Approach for Teaching Mathematics through Interactive Blocks
Adrian Anhuaman, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Carlos Granados, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Itala Latorre, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Sebastian Chion, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
William Meza, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Dante Arroyo, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru

Beyond the Black Box: Human Robot Interaction through Human Robot Performances
Amy Eguchi, University of California San Diego
Hortense Gerardo, University of California San Diego
Robert Twomey, University of Nebraska, Lincoln 

Kinematically Constrained Human-like Bimanual Robot-to-Human Handovers
Yasemin Göksu, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Antonio De Almeida Correia, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Vignesh Prasad, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Alap Kshirsagar, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Dorothea Koert, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Jan Peters, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Georgia Chalvatzaki, Technische Universität Darmstadt

Considerations for Handover and Co-working with Drones
Jessica R. Cauchard, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Charles Dutau, LAAS-CNRS, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, UPS
Gianluca Corsini, LAAS-CNRS, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, UPS
Marco Cognetti, LAAS-CNRS, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, UPS
Daniel Sidobre, LAAS-CNRS, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, UPS
Simon Lacroix LAAS-CNRS, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, UPS
Anke M. Brock, Fédération ENAC ISAE-SUPAERO ONERA, Université de Toulouse

 

LBR session IV (in-person)

Would you Trust a Robot that Distrusts you?: Unveiling the Impact of Robot Trust Disclosure on Human Trust
Yngve Kelch, Ruhr University Bochum
Annette Kluge, Ruhr University Bochum
Laura Kunold, Ruhr University Bochum

What Is It Like for Visually Impaired Individuals To Touch a Table-Top Humanoid Robot?
Hayato Kobayashi, University of Tsukuba
SunKyoung Kim, University of Tsukuba

Adaptive Second Language Tutoring Using Generative AI and a Social Robot
Eva Verhelst, Ghent University – imec
Ruben Janssens, Ghent University – imec
Thomas Demeester, Ghent University – imec
Tony Belpaeme, Ghent University

What we Learn on the Streets: Situated Human-robot Interactions from an Industry Perspective
Anna Dobrosovestnova, TU Wien
Astrid Weiss, TU Wien

Bridging the Gap: Early Education on Robot and AI Ethics through the Robot Theater Platform in an Informal Learning Environment
Jennifer J. Mitchell, Virginia Tech
Jiayuan Dong, Virginia Tech
Shuqi Yu, Virginia Tech
Madison Harmon, Virginia Tech
Alethia Holstein, Virginia Tech
Joon Hyun Shim, Virginia Tech
Koeun Choi, Virginia Tech
Qin Zhu, Virginia Tech
Myounghoon Jeon, Virginia Tech

Development of Meal Partner Robot and Applications Towards Enriching Mealtime Experience
Ayaka Fujii, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Kei Okada, The University of Tokyo
Masayuki Inaba, The University of Tokyo

Unlocking Potentials of Virtual Reality as a Research Tool in Human-Robot Interaction: A Wizard-of-Oz Approach
André Helgert, University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West
Carolin Straßmann, University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West
Sabrina Cornelia Eimler, University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West

Creating a Framework for a User-Friendly Cobot Failure Management in Human-Robot Collaboration
Stina Klein, University of Augsburg
Jenny Huch, KUKA Deutschland GmbH
Nadine Reißner, KUKA Deutschland GmbH
Pamina Zwolsky, University of Augsburg
Katharina Weitz, University of Augsburg
Matthias Kraus, University of Augsburg
Elisabeth André, University of Augsburg

Transparency Classification for HRI with Humanoid Service Robots
Lejla Nukovic, Technical University of Darmstadt
Jérôme Kirchhoff, Technical University of Darmstadt
Oskar von Stryk, Technical University of Darmstadt

Unveiling the Dynamics of Human Decision-Making: From Strategies to False Beliefs in Collaborative Human-Robot Co-Learning Tasks
Rajul Kumar, George Mason University
Yidi Huang, George Mason University
Ningshi Yao, George Mason University

Is there Really an Effect of Time Delays on Perceived Fluency and Social attributes between Humans and Social Robots? A Pilot Study
Samantha Stedtler, Lunds University
Valentina Fantasia, Lund University
Trond A. Tjøstheim, Lund University
Birger Johansson, Lund University
Ingar Brinck, Lund University
Christian Balkenius, Lund University

Interactive Robot Programming Inspired by Dog Training: an Exploratory Study
Nienke Schrage-Prent, Free University Amsterdam
Daniel F. Preciado Vanegas, Free University Amsterdam
Kim Baraka, VU Amsterdam

Using AI Planning for Managing Affective States in Social Robotics
Alan Lindsay, Heriot-Watt University
Andrés Alberto Ramírez Duque, University of Glasgow
Mary Ellen Foster, University of Glasgow
Ron Petrick, Heriot-Watt University

Impact of Body Movement and Teleoperation Interface on Operator’s Performance
Maëlis Lefebvre, Fédération ENAC ISAE-SUPAERO ONERA, Université de Toulouse, France
Thomas Doppia, Fédération ENAC ISAE-SUPAERO ONERA, Université de Toulouse, France
Agnes Doue, Fédération ENAC ISAE-SUPAERO ONERA, Université de Toulouse, France
Raphaëlle N. Roy, Fédération ENAC ISAE-SUPAERO ONERA, Université de Toulouse, France
Vsevolod Peysakhovich, Fédération ENAC ISAE-SUPAERO ONERA, Université de Toulouse, France

Using Proxemics as a Corrective Feedback Signal during Robot Navigation
Adwitiya Mandal, Free University Amsterdam
Kim Baraka, Free University Amsterdam

Taking Initiative in Human-Robot Action Teams: How Proactive Robot Behaviors Affect Teamwork
Rabeya Jamshad, University of California San Diego
Arthi Haripriyan, University of California San Diego
Advika Sonti, University of California San Diego
Susan Simkins, Pennsylvania State University
Laurel D. Riek, University of California San Diego

Using Exploratory Search to Learn Representations for Human Preferences
Nathaniel Steele Dennler, University of Southern California
Stefanos Nikolaidis, University of Southern California
Maja Mataric, University of Southern California

Expert Perception of Teleoperated Social Exercise Robots
Mayumi Mohan, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
Haliza Mat Husin, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
Katherine J. Kuchenbecker, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems

On the Pitfalls of Learning to Cooperate with Self Play Agents Checkpointed to Capture Humans of Diverse Skill Levels
Upasana Biswas, Arizona State University
Lin Guan, Arizona State University
Subbarao Kambhampati, Arizona State University

MOE-Hair: Toward Soft and Compliant Contact-rich Hair Manipulation and Care  :trophy:LBR Award Nominee 
Uksang Yoo, Carnegie Mellon University
Nathaniel Dennler, University of Southern California
Maja Mataric, University of Southern California
Stefanos Nikolaidis, University of Southern California
Jean Oh, Carnegie Mellon University
Jeffrey Ichnowski, Carnegie Mellon University

Robotic Gestures, Human Moods: Investigating Affective Responses in Public Interaction
Luke Sanchez, Oregon State University/ Collaborative Robotics and Intelligent Systems
Douglas Crocker, Oregon State University/ Collaborative Robotics and Intelligent Systems
Theing Mwe Oo, Oregon State University/ Collaborative Robotics and Intelligent Systems
Heather Knight, Oregon State University/ Collaborative Robotics and Intelligent Systems

Re-visting the Ultimatum Game: Understanding Responses to Robotic Opponents
Nnamdi Nwagwu, Oregon State University
Christopher A. Sanchez, Oregon State University
Brian J. Zhang, Oregon State University
Naomi T. Fitter, Oregon State University

Three Challenges in Utilizing Machine Learning to Predict Human Behavior from Observational Data
Thomas Manzini, Texas A&M University
Priyankari Perali, Texas A&M University
Robin R. Murphy, Texas A&M University

The Space Between Us: Bridging Human and Robotic Worlds in Space Exploration
Divya Dolly Patel, McMaster University
Denise Y. Geiskkovitch, McMaster University

What Should a Robot Do? Comparing Human and Large Language Model Recommendations for Robot Deception
Kantwon Rogers, Georgia Institute of Technology
Reiden John Allen Webber, Georgia Institute of Technology
Geronimo Gorostiaga Zubizarreta, Georgia Institute of Technology
Arthur Melo Cruz, The Pennsylvania State University
Shengkang Chen, Georgia Institute of Technology
Ronald C. Arkin, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jason Borenstein, Georgia Institute of Technology
Alan R. Wagner, Pennsylvania State University

Effects of Gestures and Negative Attitudes on Impressions of Lecturing Robots
Naoki Kodani, Osaka University
Takahisa Uchida, Osaka University
Nahoko Kameo, New York University
Midori Ban, Osaka University
Kurima Sakai, Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International
Tomo Funayama, Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International
Takashi Minato, RIKEN
Akane Kikuchi, KiQ Inc.
Hiroshi Ishiguro, Osaka University

How to Decrease Negative Impressions towards Multiple Social Robots: A Preliminary Investigation
Yota Hatano, Osaka University
Jun Baba, CyberAgent, Inc.
Junya Nakanishi, Osaka Univ.
Yuichiro Yoshikawa, Osaka University
Hiroshi Ishiguro, Osaka University

Exploring Cognition and Affect during Human-Cobot Interaction
Angelika Canete, California Polytechnic State University
Javier Gonzalez-Sanchez, California Polytechnic State University
Rafael Guerra-Silva, California Polytechnic State University

Envisioning Mobile Telemanipulator Robots for Long Covid
Pratyusha Ghosh, University of California, San Diego
Arthi Haripriyan, University of California, San Diego
Alex Chow, University of California, San Diego
Signe Redfield, Patient-Led Research Collaborative
Laurel D. Riek, University of California, San Diego

An Evolution of Assistive Robot Control to Meet End-User Ability\
Andrew Thompson, Northwestern University, Shirley Ryan Ability Lab
Fabio Rizzoglio, Northwestern University, Shirley Ryan Ability Lab
Fiona A. Neylon, Northwestern University, Shirley Ryan Ability Lab
Demiana Barsoum, Northwestern University, Shirley Ryan Ability Lab
Lucy E. Ammon, Northwestern University, Shirley Ryan Ability Lab
Maximus N. McCune, Northwestern University, Shirley Ryan Ability Lab
Lee Miller, Northwestern University, Shirley Ryan Ability Lab
Brenna Argall, Northwestern University, Shirley Ryan Ability Lab

LaSofa: Integrating Fantasy Storytelling in Human-Robot Interaction through an Interactive Sofa Robot
Tongge Yu, Tsinghua University
Meizhu Chen, Tsinghua University
Ya Li, Tsinghua University
Deehsiao Lew, Tsinghua University
Kejin Yu, Tsinghua University

Towards Understanding the Entanglement of Human Stereotypes and System Biases in Human-Robot Interaction
Clara Lachenmaier, Bielefeld University
Eleonore Lumer, Bielefeld University
Hendrik Buschmeier, Bielefeld University
Sina Zarrieß,  University of Bielefeld

Developing a Safety Motion Planning Model for General Users Based on Motion Planning with Speed Variation in Human-Industrial Robot Collaboration (HIRC)
Zhongyi Liu, The University of Sydney
Yi Zhao, The University of Sydney
Lynn Masuda, The University of Sydney

You Look Nice, but I Am Here to Negotiate: The Influence of Robot Appearance on Negotiation Dynamics
Mehmet Onur Keskin, Ozyegin University
Selen Akay, Sabanci University
Ayse Dogan, Sabanci University
Berkecan Kocyigit, Ozyegin University
Junko Kanero, Sabanci University
Reyhan Aydogan, Ozyegin University

ORBO: The Emotionally Intelligent Anthropomorphic Robot Enhancing Smartphone Interaction
Ningning Zhang, Tsinghua University
Ziwei Chi, Tsinghua University
Zhiling Xu, Tsinghua University
Qi Chen, Tsinghua University
Valentina Campo, Tsinghua University
Yijie Guo, Tsinghua University
Haipeng Mi, Tsinghua University

Investigating the Efficacy of Pain Relief Through a Robot’s Stroking with Speech
Kota Nieda, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Taishi Sawabe, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Masayuki Kanbara, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Yuichiro Fujimoto, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Hirokazu Kato, Nara Institute of Science and Technology