|14:30–14:40||Welcome / Introduction|
|14:40–15:10||Prof. Matthias Scheutz (Learning to Act Socially)|
|15:10–15:40||Dr. Selma Sabanovic (It’s not you, it’s us: Designing for Group Human-Robot Interaction)|
|15:40–16:10||Prof. Michael Beetz (Everyday Activity and Science Engineering)|
|16:10–16:30||Spotlight Talks (All Contributed Papers) (1)|
|17:00–17:50||Poster Session (All Contributed Papers) (2)|
|17:50–18:20||Prof. Yiannis Aloimonos (Robo Sapiens = Robo Prospectus .. The Theory of Cognitive Primitives)|
|18:20–18:50||Prof. Angelo Cangelosi (Trust and Communication in Human-Robot Interaction)|
|18:50–19:00||Closing & Recommendations|
(1) The spotlight talks session is organized in the following order (the duration of each talk is 2 mins only):
1- R. Skoviera et al., (Teaching robots to imitate a human with no on-teacher sensors. What are the key challenges?).
2- Y. Zhang et al., (What does my knowing your plans tell me?).
3- L. Charrier et al., (Empathy display influence on human-robot interactions: A pilot study).
4- T. Harris et al., (Cognitive framework for context aware and interactive robo-receptionists).
5- I. Infantino et al., (A ROS architecture for a cognitive social robot).
6- W. Uddin et al., (Orthographic vision-based interface for robot arm teleoperation).
7- F. Camara et al., (Towards pedestrian-AV interaction: Method for elucidating pedestrian preferences).
8- E. Cheung et al., (Automatically learning driver behaviors for safe autonomous vehicle navigation).
(2) For the poster session, please print your posters on: A0 size with portrait orientation.