Our group studies fundamental problems at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction and Robotics. In particular, our current research agenda is focused on enabling situated social interactions between robots and multiple people. We spend our day-to-day building novel computational tools, prototyping interactive systems, and running user experiments to both better understand interactions with technology and validate our methods. More information about current research directions can be found in the research page.
- One full paper and one late-breaking report by members of our lab will appear this March at the 2021 International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction.
- Each year, the HRI Pioneers Workshop brings together a cohort of the world's top student researchers and provides opportunities for students to discuss their research with distinguished peers and senior scholars in HRI.
- Congratulations to all the authors!
- The papers describe our recent work on studying human-agent interactions through Space Invaders and leveraging simulations for social robot navigation.
- The article is entitled 'What Makes People Abuse Robots. A new study suggests the way we treat robots says a lot about ourselves'. It describes a recent project about prosocial human behavior in HRI.
- The papers will be presented at the conference this October.
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