The latest research information on Human-Robot Interaction and research methods in the subject area.
How robots work and how to design one
What the various forms of Human-Robot Interaction are, including spatial, verbal and non-verbal
How robots manage emotions
The practical applications of robots and their role in society
Introduction to Human-Robot Interaction
The Introduction to Human-Robot Interaction course provides a broad overview of the multidisciplinary topics central to modern Human-Robot Interaction research and introduces all the relevant background concepts; describing how robots work, how to design them, and the specifics of spatial and non-verbal interaction.
Methods and Application in Human-Robot Interaction
The Methods and Application in Human-Robot Interaction course continues to explore the multidisciplinary topics central to modern Human-Robot Interaction research and looks at the role that robots may play in our society; investigating the real world application areas such as: learning, healthcare, personal assistants, and transport.
Martin Saerbeck’s PhD thesis “Software Architecture For Social Robots” is now available online. Martin defended his thesis on December 10th, 2009. He did an excellent job at answering all the questions of the committee.