Journal of Human-Robot Interaction



ACM THRI Submission Site Open

The ACM Transactions of Human-Robot Interaction is now open for submissions.  New submissions to the JHRI site are now closed.  Authors of active submissions and accepted manuscripts for JHRI should continue to use this site.  
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JHRI becoming ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction


ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, today officially announced that, as of January 2018, the Journal of Human-Robot Interaction (JHRI) will become an ACM publication and be rebranded as the ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction (THRI). Founded in 2012 by Sara Kiesler of Carnegie Mellon University and Michael Goodrich of Brigham Young University, with the support of the HRI Steering Committee, the Journal of Human-Robot Interaction was initially launched to serve as the premier peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal in the field.  By joining the ACM portfolio of highly respected journals and by becoming an ACM publication, THRI will be better positioned for long term growth, sustainability, and visibility as a result of being hosted on ACM’s leading edge publication platform, the ACM Digital Library, which is accessible to millions of computer scientists and computing professionals around the world.

JHRI will continue to accept submissions through until further notice.  Submissions to JHRI will be considered for publication in ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction.  ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction will continue publication of the journal from Volume 7, slated for March 2018.  JHRI articles from Volumes 1-6 will remain available on the ACM Digital Library.


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CFP: All issues

The Journal of Human-Robot Interaction is now accepting papers.  

How to submit:
(1) Go to and login or follow the link to register with the site. If registering, click the buttons at the bottom of author and reviewer.
(2) Login, follow link to user home, and click the “new submission” link on the lower right.
(3) Follow the instructions.
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Vol 6, No 2 (2017): Special Issue on HRI Education

Table of Contents

Special Issue: HRI Education

Introduction to the Special Issue on HRI Education PDF
Selma Šabanović, Carlotta Berry, Cindy Bethel 1-2
Reframing HRI Education: A Dialogic Reformulation of HRI Education to Promote Diverse Thinking and Scientific Progress PDF
Alberto Montebelli, Erik Billing, Jessica Lindblom, Giulia Messina Dahlberg 3-26
An HRI Graduate Course for Exposing Technologists to the Importance of Considering Social Aspects of Technology PDF
James Everett Young 27-47
Interactive Drama With Robots for Teaching Non-Technical Subjects PDF
Flor Ángela Bravo Sánchez, Alejandra María González Correal, Enrique González Guerrero 48-69
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Learning Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) Through Real-World Problem Solving—The “BUSA Dig” PDF
Rob Blain, Alex Ferworn, Jean Li, Jimmy Tran, Michael Carter 70–91
Unconventional Students in Robotics and HRI Education: A Review of Two Initiatives PDF
Julaine Zenk, Charles R. Crowell, Michael Villano, Juhi Kaboski, Karen Tang, Joshua John Diehl 92–110

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ISSN: 2163-0364