Workshop Papers

S. Strohkorb & B. Scassellati (2017). Cultivating Psychological Safety in Human-Robot Teams with Social Robots. To appear in: Robots in Groups and Teams Workshop at the 20th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2017). Portland, OR, USA, February 25 - March 1. 


A. Ramachandran and B. Scassellati (2016). Long-term Child-Robot Tutoring Interactions: Lessons Learned. In: Long-Term Child-Robot Interaction (LTCRI) Workshop at IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN). New York, New York, USA, August 27. [PDF]


S. Strohkorb, C.M. Huang, A. Ramachandran, and B. Scassellati (2016). Establishing Sustained, Supportive Human-Robot Relationships: Building Blocks and Open Challenges. In: AAAI Spring Symposium Series: Enabling Research in Socially Intelligent Human-Robot Interaction: A Community-Driven Modular Research Platform. Palo Alto, CA, USA. March 21-23, 2016. [PDF]


E.C. Grigore and B. Scassellati (2016). Constructing Policies for Supportive Behaviors and Communicative Actions in Human-Robot Teaming. In: Proceedings of the HRI Pioneers Workshop at the 11th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) 2016, March 7 - 10. [PDF]


A. Ramachandran & B. Scassellati (2015). Developing Adaptive Social Robot Tutors for Children. In: Proceedings of the AAAI Fall Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Human-Robot Interaction (AI-HRI 2015). Arlington, Virginia, USA, November 13-15. [PDF]


S. Strohkorb, I. Leite, N. Warren and B. Scassellati (2015). Classification of Children’s Social Dominance in Group Interactions with Robots. In: Proceedings of the 17th ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI). Seattle, Washington, November 9-13. [PDF]


B. Hayes, M.Gombolay, M. Jung, K. Hindriks, J. de Greeff, C. Jonker, M. Neerincx, J. Bradshaw, M. Johnson, I. Kruijff-Korbayova, M. Sierhuis, J.  Shah, B. Scassellati (2015). HRI Workshop on Human-Robot Teaming.In Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction Extended Abstracts. Portland, Oregon, March 2-5. [PDF]


A. Ramachandran & B. Scassellati (2015). Fostering Learning Gains Through Personalized Robot-Child Tutoring Interactions. In: Proceedings of the HRI Pioneers Workshop at the Tenth ACM/IEEE Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2015). Portland, Oregon, USA, March 2. [PDF]


K.M. Tsui (2015). Lessons Learned: Towards Informal Science Education of Human-Robot Interaction at Children’s Science Museums. ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Workshop on “HRI Education: How to design and teach courses in Human-Robot Interaction.” Portland, OR. March 2, 2015. [PDF]


Q. Wang, K. Chawarska, S. W. Zucker, B. Scassellati, and F. Shic (2014). Dimensionality of Gaze Patterns Towards Faces and Objects in Toddlers with ASD. 2014 International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR 2014). Atlanta, Georgia, US, May 2014. Note: no full paper, most of the results in this abstract should be included in Wang’s ETRA 2014 paper


B. Hayes and B. Scassellati (2014). Developing Effective Robot Teammates for Human-Robot Collaboration. In Proceedings of the “Artificial Intelligence and Human-Robot Interaction” (AI-HRI) Fall Symposium. Arlington, Virginia USA, November 13-15. [PDF]


H. Admoni and B. Scassellati (2014). Nonverbal Behavior Modeling for Socially Assistive Robots. AAAI Fall Symposium Series: Artificial Intelligence and Human-Robot Interaction (AI-HRI). Arlington, VA, USA. November 13-15. [PDF]


H. Admoni and B. Scassellati (2014). Roles of Robots in Socially Assistive Applications. IROS 2014 Workshop on Rehabilitation and Assistive Robotics. Chicago, IL, USA, September 18. [PDF]


A. Litoiu & B.Scassellati (2014). Personalized Instruction of Physical Skills with a Social Robot. “Machine Learning for Interactive Systems” (MLIS) Workshop at AAAI 2014. Quebec City, Canada, July 28. [PDF]


A. Ramachandran & B. Scassellati (2014). Adapting Difficulty Levels in Personalized Robot-Child Tutoring Interactions. “Machine Learning for Interactive Systems” (MLIS) Workshop at AAAI 2014. Quebec City, Canada, July 28. [PDF]


B. Hayes & B.Scassellati (2014). Online Development of Assistive Robot Behaviors for Collaborative Manipulation and Human-Robot Teamwork. “Machine Learning for Interactive Systems” (MLIS) Workshop at AAAI 2014. Quebec City, Canada, July 28. [PDF]


B. Hayes & B.Scassellati. Challenges in Shared-Environment Human-Robot Collaboration. Collaborative Manipulation Workshop at the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2013). Tokyo, Japan, March 2013. [PDF]


B. Hayes and B. Scassellati (2013). Social Hierarchical Learning. In: Proceedings of the “HRI Pioneers” Workshop at HRI 2013. Tokyo, Japan, March 3. [PDF]


H. Admoni & B. Scassellati. Robot Gaze is Different From Human Gaze: Evidence that robot gaze does not cue reflexive attention. “Gaze in Human-Robot Interaction” Workshop at HRI 2012. [PDF]


J. W. Hart & B. Scassellati. Robotic Self-Models Inspired by Human Development. AAAI-10 Workshop on Metacognition for Robust Social Systems. Atlanta, Georgia, July 11, 2010. [PDF]


J. Hart, B. Scassellati & S. Zucker. Epipolar geometry for humanoid robotic heads. 4th International Cognitive Vision Workshop (ICVW 2008). Santorini, Greece, 2008. [PDF]


K. Gold & B. Scassellati. Learning about the self and others through contingency. 2005 AAAI Spring Symposium “Developmental Robotics.” Stanford, CA. Mar. 2005. [PDF]


B. Scassellati. How robotics and developmental psychology complement each other. NSF/DARPA Workshop on Development and Learning. Michigan State University, Lansing, MI. June 2000. [PDF]


B. Scassellati. Investigating models of social development using a humanoid robot. 1998 AAAI Fall Symposium “Robots and Biology: Developing Connections.” Orlando, FL. Oct. 1998. [PDF]


B. Scassellati. Imitation and mechanisms of shared attention: A developmental structure for building social skills. Autonomous Agents 1998 workshop “Agents in Interaction - Acquiring Competence through Imitation”. Minneapolis, MO. Aug. 1998. [PDF]


B. Scassellati. Building behaviors developmentally: A new formalism. 1998 AAAI Spring Symposium “Integrating Robotics Research”. Stanford, CA. Mar. 1998. [PDF]


B. Scassellati. Mechanisms of shared attention for a humanoid robot. 1996 AAAI Fall Symposium “Embodied Intelligence.” Cambridge, MA. Oct. 1996. [PDF]