Archive for August 2008

CFP: New Frontiers in Human-Robot Interaction

A two-day symposium at AISB 2009 (8-9 April 2009), Edinburgh, Scotland Held during the Science Festival (6-18 April 2009): Motivation: Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) is a growing research field with many application areas that could  have a big impact not only economically, but also on the way we live and the kind of relationships […]

CFP: ISSNIP 2008 Symposium on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2008)

A new HRI symposium has emerged. It will take place on December 15-18, 2008 in Sydney. Here is their call for papers: Human-robot interaction and collaboration is a quickly growing research area with enormous potential applications in various industries, assistive technologies and human life. The need for human-machine interaction is fundamental to almost all robotic […]

Recognizing and Identifying People in Family Pictures

I recently started to document my family’s history. This genealogy expedition became urgent since my grandparent might not life much longer. I encountered several practical and conceptual problems that are far from being trivial and I would like to invite you to work with me on them, possibly in the format of a (student) project.