The 25th IEEE International Symposium on
Robot and Human Interactive Communication
August 26-31, 2016
Columbia University, New York
   

25th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication
August 26-31, 2016, Columbia University, Teachers College, New York City, USA

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Technical Program for Monday August 29, 2016

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MoA1 Regular Session, Horace Mann 138 Add to My Program 
Robots for Physical Rehabilitation  
 
Chair: Yokota, ShoToyo Univ
 
08:45-08:57, Paper MoA1.1 Add to My Program
A Robotic Coach Architecture for Multi-User Human-Robot Interaction (RAMU) with the Elderly and Cognitively Impaired
Fan, JingVanderbilt Univ
Beuscher, LindaVanderbilt Univ
Newhouse, Paul A.Vanderbilt Univ
Mion, Lorraine C.Vanderbilt Univ
Sarkar, NilanjanVanderbilt Univ
 
08:57-09:09, Paper MoA1.2 Add to My Program
Data-Driven Haptic Perception for Robot-Assisted Dressing
Kapusta, ArielGeorgia Inst. of Tech
Yu, WenhaoGeorgia Inst. of Tech
Bhattacharjee, TapomayukhGeorgia-Tech
Liu, KarenGeorgia Tech
Turk, GregGeorgia Inst. of Tech
Kemp, CharlieGeorgia Inst. of Tech
 
09:09-09:21, Paper MoA1.3 Add to My Program
Design of a Bath Robot System – User Definition and User Requirements Based on International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF)
Werle, JochenUniv. of Heidelberg, Agaplesion Bethanien Hospital
Hauer, KlausUniv. of Heidelberg, Agaplesion Bethanien Hospital
 
09:21-09:33, Paper MoA1.4 Add to My Program
Design of an Accompanying Humanoid As a Walking Trainer for the Elderly
Piezzo, ChiaraUniv. of Tsukuba
Suzuki, KenjiUniv. of Tsukuba
 
09:33-09:45, Paper MoA1.5 Add to My Program
Robotic Repositioning of Human Limbs Via Model Predictive Control
Chow, KevinGeorgia Inst. of Tech
Kemp, CharlieGeorgia Inst. of Tech
 
09:45-10:00, Paper MoA1.6 Add to My Program
The Ethics of Deploying a Robot – Examples from a Mobile Service Robot at a Care Site for Older Patients
Körtner, TobiasAkademie Fur Altersforschung Am Haus Der Barmherzigkeit
Hebesberger, DeniseKademie Fur Altersforschung Am Haus Der Barmherzigkeit
Gisinger, ChristophDonauuniversitaet Krems
 
MoA2 Regular Session, Horace Mann 150 Add to My Program 
Failure and Trust in Human-Robot Interaction  
 
Chair: Fischer, KerstinUniv. of Southern Denmark
 
08:45-08:57, Paper MoA2.1 Add to My Program
Analysis of Reactions towards Failures and Recovery Strategies for Autonomous Robots
Brooks, DanielUMass Lowell
Begum, MomotazUniv. of Massachusetts Lowell
Yanco, HollyUMass Lowell
 
08:57-09:09, Paper MoA2.2 Add to My Program
Believing in BERT: Using Expressive Communication to Enhance Trust and Counteract Operational Error in Physical Human-Robot Interaction
Hamacher, AdrianaUCL
Berthouze, NadiaUCL
Pipe, TonyUniv. of the West of England
Eder, KerstinUniv. of Bristol
 
09:09-09:21, Paper MoA2.3 Add to My Program
Errare Humanum Est: Erroneous Robots in Human-Robot Interaction
Ragni, MarcoUniv. of Freiburg
Rudenko, AndreyUniv. of Freiburg, Albert-Ludwigs-Univ. Freiburg
Kuhnert, BarbaraUniv. of Freiburg
Arras, Kai OliverUniv. of Freiburg
 
09:21-09:33, Paper MoA2.4 Add to My Program
Just Follow the Suit! Trust in Human-Robot Interactions During Card Game Playing
Correia, FilipaINESC-ID and Inst. Superior Técnico, Tech. Univ. Of
Alves-Oliveira, PatríciaINESC-ID & Inst. Superior Técnico, Univ. of Lisbon
Maia, NunoINESC-ID and Inst. Superior Técnico, Tech. Univ. Of
Ribeiro, TiagoINESC-ID & Inst. Superior Técnico, Univ. of Lisbon
Petisca, SofiaINESC-ID & Inst. Superior Técnico, Univ. De Lisboa
Melo, Francisco S.Inst. Superior Tecnico
Paiva, AnaINESC-ID and Inst. Superior Técnico, Tech. Of
 
09:33-09:45, Paper MoA2.5 Add to My Program
Perceived Role of Physiological Sensors Impacts Trust and Reliance on Robots
Lohani, MonikaYale Univ
Stokes, CharleneAir Force Res. Lab
McCoy, MarissaDepartment of Psychology, Yale Univ
Bailey, ChristopherYale Univ
Joshi, AditiDepartment of Psychology, Yale Univ
Rivers, SusanDepartment of Psychology, Yale Univ
 
09:45-10:00, Paper MoA2.6 Add to My Program
Playing the ‘Trust Game’ with Robots: Social Strategies and Experiences
Cabral Ramos Mota, RobertaUniv. of Calgary
Rea, Daniel J.Univ. of Manitoba
Tran, AnnaUniv. of Calgary
Young, James EverettUniv. of Manitoba
Sharlin, EhudUniv. of Calgary
Sousa, Mario CostaUniv. of Calgary
 
MoA3 Regular Session, Milbank Chapel Add to My Program 
Interaction with Children  
 
Chair: Iacono, IolandaUniv. of Siena
 
08:45-08:57, Paper MoA3.1 Add to My Program
Autonomous Disengagement Classification and Repair in Multiparty Child-Robot Interaction
Leite, IolandaDisney Res. Pittsburgh
McCoy, MarissaDepartment of Psychology, Yale Univ
Lohani, MonikaYale Univ
Salomons, NicoleYale Univ
McElvaine, KaraYale Center for Emotional Intelligence
Stokes, CharleneAir Force Res. Lab
Rivers, SusanDepartment of Psychology, Yale Univ
Scassellati, BrianYale
 
08:57-09:09, Paper MoA3.2 Add to My Program
Child-Robot Spatial Arrangement in a Learning by Teaching Activity
Johal, WafaÉcole Pol. Fédérale De Lausanne
Jacq, AlexisÉcole Pol. Fédérale De Lausanne
Paiva, AnaINESC-ID and Inst. Superior Técnico, Tech. Of
Dillenbourg, PierreEPFL
 
09:09-09:21, Paper MoA3.3 Add to My Program
Children’s Peer Assessment and Self-Disclosure in the Presence of an Educational Robot
Chandra, ShrutiIST/EPFL
Alves-Oliveira, PatríciaINESC-ID & Inst. Superior Técnico, Univ. of Lisbon
Lemaignan, SéverinPlymouth Univ
Sequeira, PedroINESC-ID and IST, Lisbon Univ
Paiva, AnaINESC-ID and Inst. Superior Técnico, Tech. Of
Dillenbourg, PierreEPFL
 
09:21-09:33, Paper MoA3.4 Add to My Program
Evaluation Methods for User-Centered Child-Robot Interaction
Charisi, VickyUniv. of Twente
Davison, DanielUniv. of Twente
Reidsma, DennisUniv. of Twente
Evers, VanessaUniv. of Amsterdam
 
09:33-09:45, Paper MoA3.5 Add to My Program
Improving Human-Human Collaboration between Children with a Social Robot
Strohkorb, SarahYale Univ
Fukuto, EthanPomona Coll
Warren, NatalieYale Univ
Taylor, CharlesYale Univ
Berry, BobbyYale Univ
Scassellati, BrianYale
 
09:45-10:00, Paper MoA3.6 Add to My Program
Study of Children's Hugging for Interactive Robot Design
Kim, JoohyungDisney Res
Alspach, AlexanderDisney Res
Leite, IolandaDisney Res. Pittsburgh
Yamane, KatsuDisney
 
MoB1 Regular Session, Horace Mann 138 Add to My Program 
Navigating in Human Environments  
 
Chair: Trovato, GabrieleWaseda Univ
 
10:30-10:42, Paper MoB1.1 Add to My Program
Anticipatory Robot Path Planning in Human Environments
Cosgun, AkanselHonda Res. Inst
Sisbot, Emrah AkinToyota Info Tech. Center
Christensen, Henrik IskovGeorgia Inst. of Tech
 
10:42-10:54, Paper MoB1.2 Add to My Program
Incorporating Perception Uncertainty in Human-Aware Navigation: A Comparative Study
Talebpour, ZeynabÉcole Pol. Fédérale De Lausanne
Geetha Viswanathan, DeepakUniv. of Amsterdam
Ventura, RodrigoInst. Superior Técnico
Englebienne, GwennUniv. of Twente
Martinoli, AlcherioEPFL
 
10:54-11:06, Paper MoB1.3 Add to My Program
Performance of a Low-Cost, Human-Inspired Perception Approach for Dense Moving Crowd Navigation
Chatterjee, IshaniCarnegie Mellon Univ
Steinfeld, AaronCarnegie Mellon Univ
 
11:06-11:18, Paper MoB1.4 Add to My Program
Qualitative Constraints for Human-Aware Robot Navigation Using Velocity Costmaps
Dondrup, ChristianHeriot-Watt Univ
Hanheide, MarcUniv. of Lincoln
 
11:18-11:30, Paper MoB1.5 Add to My Program
The Influence of Following Angle on Performance Metrics of a Human-Following Robot
Honig, ShaneeBen-Gurion Univ. of the Negev
Katz, DrorBen Gurion Univ
Oron-Gilad, TalBGU
Edan, YaelBen-Gurion Univ. of the Negev
 
11:30-11:45, Paper MoB1.6 Add to My Program
Towards an Integrated and Human-Friendly Path Following and Obstacle Avoidance Behaviour for Robots
Bassani, CamillaUniv. of Genova
Scalmato, AntonelloUniv. of Genoa
Mastrogiovanni, FulvioUniv. of Genoa
Sgorbissa, AntonioUniv. of Genova
 
MoB2 Regular Session, Horace Mann 150 Add to My Program 
Robotic Mediators  
 
Chair: Paiva, AnaINESC-ID and Inst. Superior Técnico, Tech. of Lisbon
 
10:30-10:42, Paper MoB2.1 Add to My Program
Can You Feel Me?: How Embodiment Levels of Telepresence Systems Affect Presence
Choi, Jung JuEwha Womans Univ
Kwak, Sonya SonaEwha Womans Univ
 
10:42-10:54, Paper MoB2.2 Add to My Program
Designing User Interfaces for Different User Groups: A Three-Way Teleconference System for Doctors, Patients and Assistants Using a Remote Medical Robot
Stollnberger, GeraldUniv. of Salzburg
Giuliani, ManuelUniv. of Salzburg
Mirnig, NicoleUniv. of Salzburg
Tscheligi, ManfredUniv. of Salzburg
Arent, KrzysztofWrocł Aw Univ. of Tech
Bogdan, KreczmerWroclaw Univ. of Tech. Pol
Grzeszczak, FilipWroclaw Univ. of Tech. Pol
Szczesniak-Stanczyk, DorotaMedical Univ. of Lublin
Radoslaw, ZarczukMedical Univ. of Lublin
Wysokinski, AndrzejMedical Univ. of Lublin
 
10:54-11:06, Paper MoB2.3 Add to My Program
Evaluating a Mobile Spontaneous Eye Blink Tracker for Use in Tele-Presence HRI As a Low Bandwidth Social Communicative Cue
Bevan, ChrisUniv. of Bath
Stanton Fraser, DanaëUniv. of Bath
 
11:06-11:18, Paper MoB2.4 Add to My Program
Humanoid Robot Avatars: An 'In the Wild' Usability Study
Bremner, PaulUniv. of the West of England
Koschate, MiriamUniv. of Exeter
Levine, MarkUniv. of Exeter
 
11:18-11:30, Paper MoB2.5 Add to My Program
Imitating Human Movement with Teleoperated Robotic Head
Agarwal, PriyanshuUniv. of Texas at Austin
Al Moubayed, SamerWalt Disney Imagineering
Alspach, AlexanderDisney Res
Kim, JoohyungDisney Res
Carter, ElizabethThe Walt Disney Company
Lehman, JillDisney Res
Yamane, KatsuDisney
 
11:30-11:45, Paper MoB2.6 Add to My Program
Immersed Remotely: Evaluating the Use of Head Mounted Devices for Remote Collaboration in Robotic Telepresence
Sven, KratzFX Palo Alto Lab
Revoredo Rabelo Ferreira, Fred EduardoColumbia Univ
 
MoB3 Regular Session, Milbank Chapel Add to My Program 
Implicit Human-Robot Communication  
 
Chair: Johal, WafaÉcole Pol. Fédérale De Lausanne
 
10:30-10:42, Paper MoB3.1 Add to My Program
Between Legibility and Contact: The Role of Gaze in Robot Approach
Fischer, KerstinUniv. of Southern Denmark
Jensen, Lars ChristianUniv. of Southern Denmark
Suvei, DanielUniv. of Southern Danmark
Bodenhagen, LeonUniv. of Southern Denmark
 
10:42-10:54, Paper MoB3.2 Add to My Program
Enhancing Human Understanding of a Mobile Robot's State and Actions Using Expressive Lights
Baraka, KimCarnegie Mellon Univ
Rosenthal, StephanieCarnegie Mellon Univ
Veloso, ManuelaCarnegie Mellon Univ
 
10:54-11:06, Paper MoB3.3 Add to My Program
Evaluating Intent-Expressive Robot Arm Motion
Bodden, ChristopherUniv. of Wisconsin–Madison
Rakita, DanielUniv. of Wisconsin-Madison
Mutlu, BilgeUniv. of Wisconsin–Madison
Gleicher, MichaelUniv. of Wisconsin - Madison
 
11:06-11:18, Paper MoB3.4 Add to My Program
Follow Me: Communicating Intentions with a Spherical Robot
Faria, MiguelINESC-ID, Inst. Superior Técnico
Costigliola, AndreaINESC-ID, Inst. Superior Técnico
Alves-Oliveira, PatríciaINESC-ID & Inst. Superior Técnico, Univ. of Lisbon
Paiva, AnaINESC-ID and Inst. Superior Técnico, Tech. Of
 
11:18-11:30, Paper MoB3.5 Add to My Program
Investigating the Effects of Robotic Motion on Worker's Behavior in Cooperative Working Environments
Böckenkamp, AdrianTU Dortmund Univ
Weichert, FrankTU Dortmund
Rinkenauer, GerhardLeibniz Res. Centre for Working Environment and Human Factor
 
11:30-11:45, Paper MoB3.6 Add to My Program
Postures of a Robot Arm - Window to Robot Intentions?
Chatterjee, SridattaBen-Gurion Univ. of the Negev
Shriki, OrenBen-Gurion Univ
Shalev, IditBen Gurion Univ. of the Negev
Oron-Gilad, TalBGU
 
MoC1 Special Session, Horace Mann 138 Add to My Program 
Child-Robot Interaction (Ends at 14: 12)  
 
Chair: Park, Hae WonMIT
 
13:00-13:12, Paper MoC1.1 Add to My Program
A Study on the Relationship between Robotic Movement with Animacy and Visual Attention of Young Children (I)
Lee, JaeryoungChubu Univ
Aoki, HirofumiNagoya Univ
Stefanov, DimitarMiddlesex Univ
Yamamoto, TakahiroNagoya Univ
Obinata, GoroNagoya Univ
 
13:12-13:24, Paper MoC1.2 Add to My Program
Effects of Framing a Robot As a Social Agent or As a Machine on Children’s Social Behavior (I)
Kory Westlund, JacquelineMIT
Martinez, MaraynaMIT Media Lab
Archie, MaryamMIT Media Lab
Das, MadhurimaMIT Media Lab
Breazeal, CynthiaMIT
 
13:24-13:36, Paper MoC1.3 Add to My Program
Robotic Behavioral Intervention to Facilitate Eye Contact and Reading Emotions of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (I)
Yun, Sang-SeokKorea Inst. of Science and Tech
Choi, JongsukKorea Inst. of Sci. and Tech
Park, Sung-KeeKorea Inst. of Science and Tech
 
13:36-13:48, Paper MoC1.4 Add to My Program
Increasing the Efficacy of Rehabilitation Protocols for Children Via a Robotic Playmate Providing Real-Time Corrective Feedback (I)
García-Vergara, SergioGeorgia Inst. of Tech
Brown, LaVondaGeorgia Inst. of Tech
Chen, Yu-pingGeorgia State Univ
Howard, AyannaGeorgia Inst. of Tech
 
13:48-14:00, Paper MoC1.5 Add to My Program
Should Robots Win or Lose? Robot's Losing Playing Strategy Positively Affects Child Learning (I)
Balkibekov, KairatNazarbayev Univ
Meiirbekov, SerikNazarbayev Univ
Tazhigaliyeva, NazgulNazarbayev Univ
Sandygulova, AnaraNazarbayev Univ
 
13:48-14:00, Paper MoC1.6 Add to My Program
Using Robots to Interview Children about Bullying: Lessons Learned from an Exploratory Study (I)
Bethel, Cindy L.Mississippi State Univ
Henkel, ZacharyMississippi State Univ
Stives, KristenMississippi State Univ
May, David C.Mississippi State Univ
Eakin, DeborahMississippi State Univ
Pilkinton, MelindaMississippi State Univ
Jones, AlexisMississippi State Univ
Stubbs-Richardson, MeganMississippi State Univ
 
MoC2 Regular Session, Horace Mann 150 Add to My Program 
Emotional Interaction  
 
Chair: Gunes, HaticeUniv. of Cambridge
 
13:00-13:12, Paper MoC2.1 Add to My Program
A Thermal Emotion Classifier for Improved Human-Robot Interaction
Boccanfuso, LauraYale Univ
Wang, QuanYale Univ
Leite, IolandaWalt Disney Imagineering
Li, BeibinYale Univ
Torres, ColetteDuke Univ
Chen, LisaMt. Holyoke Coll
Salomons, NicoleYale Univ
Foster, ClaireYale Univ
Barney, ErinYale Univ
Ahn, Yeojin AmyYale Univ
Scassellati, BrianYale
Shic, FrederickYale Univ
 
13:12-13:24, Paper MoC2.2 Add to My Program
Baseline CNN Structure Analysis for Facial Expression Recognition
Shin, MinchulKAIST
Kim, MunsangKIST
Kwon, Dong-SooKAIST
 
13:24-13:36, Paper MoC2.3 Add to My Program
Emotional Sharing Behavior for a Social Robot in a Competitive Setting
Petisca, SofiaINESC-ID & Inst. Superior Técnico, Univ. De Lisboa
Dias, JoãoUniv. De Lisboa, Inst. Superior Técnico, GAIPS/INESC
Alves-Oliveira, PatríciaINESC-ID & Inst. Superior Técnico, Univ. of Lisbon
Paiva, AnaINESC-ID and Inst. Superior Técnico, Tech. Of
 
13:36-13:48, Paper MoC2.4 Add to My Program
Improving the Predictive Performance of SAFEL: A Situation-Aware Fear Learning Model
Rizzi, CarolineUniv. of Kent
Johnson, Colin GraemeUniv. of Kent
Vargas, Patricia A.Heriot Watt Univ
 
13:48-14:00, Paper MoC2.5 Add to My Program
Who Is in Charge? Sense of Control and Robot Anxiety in Human-Robot Interaction
Chanseau, AdelineUniv. of Hertfordshire
Dautenhahn, KerstinUniv. of Hertfordshire
Koay, Kheng LeeUniv. of Hertfordshire
Salem, MahaUniv. of Hertfordshire
 
MoC3 Regular Session, Milbank Chapel Add to My Program 
Ethics, Morality, and Judgment  
 
Chair: Eyssel, FriederikeUniv. of Bielefeld
 
13:00-13:12, Paper MoC3.1 Add to My Program
A Model of a Robot's Will Based on Higher-Order Desires
Lindner, FelixUniv. of Freiburg
 
13:12-13:24, Paper MoC3.2 Add to My Program
Anticipating Our Future Robotic Society: The Evaluation of Future Robot Applications from a User’s Perspective
de Graaf, Maartje M.A.Univ. of Twente
Ben Allouch, SomayaSaxion Univ
 
13:24-13:36, Paper MoC3.3 Add to My Program
Human Body Schema Exploration: Analyzing Design Requirements of Robotic Hand and Leg Illusions
Beckerle, PhilippTech. Univ. Darmstadt
De Beir, AlbertVrij Univ. Brussel (VUB)
Schürmann, TimTU Darmstadt
Caspar, EmilieUniv. Libre De Bruxelles
 
13:36-13:48, Paper MoC3.4 Add to My Program
Let's Be Honest: A Controlled Field Study of Ethical Behavior in the Presence of a Robot
Forlizzi, JodiCarnegie Mellon Univ
Saensuksopa, ThidanunCarnegie Mellon Univ
Salaets, Natalie MicheleSystem Planning Corp
Shomin, MichaelCarnegie Mellon Univ
Mericli, TekinCarnegie Mellon Univ
Hoffman, GuyCornell Univ
 
13:48-14:00, Paper MoC3.5 Add to My Program
Moral Judgments of Human vs. Robot Agents
Voiklis, JohnBrown Univ
Kim, BoyoungBrown Univ
Cusimano, CoreyUniv. of Pennsylvania
Malle, BertramBrown Univ
 
MoKN Plenary Session, Cowin Auditorium Add to My Program 
Dr. John H. Long - Robot (R)Evolution: What Goal-Directed Machines Can Tell
Us about Brains, Brawn, and Behavior
 
 
Chair: Mutlu, BilgeUniv. of Wisconsin–Madison

 
 

 
 

 

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