In addition to the proceedings with the workshop presentations, we published a short white paper summarising the workshop. You can download it here: Whitepaper_HRI2011WS.
From the perspective of the organisers, the workshop on “The role of expectations in intuitive HRI” has been a big success. 38 researchers from different areas, including Computer Science, Psychology, Engineering, Linguistics and Interaction Design discussed various aspects of the role of expectations in intuitive HRI. Five papers and three posters were presented and furthered… Continue reading »
Please find the workshop proceedings on the programme page of this website.
The WS programme is now online. We are looking forward to seeing you soon!
We received many good submissions for the workshop. They are currently under review by two reviewers each from the programme committee. Thank you for all your contributions, you will be notified of the result by February 7.
Due to many requests, we decided to extend the deadline to Wednesday, January 19, 2011. Please feel free to submit your contribution earlier, if you wish. Already submitted contributions can of course be updated until Wednesday. We are looking forward to your contribution!
You have still 12 days for preparing your submission for the workshop. There is the option of long and short submissions, and we are particularly looking forward to receiving submissions from a variety of scientific fields including robotics, psychology and social sciences.
A one-day workshop on “The role of expectations in intuitive human-robot interaction” will take place at HRI2011 in Lausanne in March 2011 organised by Verena Hafner, Manja Lohse, Joachim Meyer, Yukie Nagai, and Britta Wrede.