Call for Papers
We invite 2-4 page extended abstracts on work that utilizes the theory of joint action in an interactive human-robot context, as well as position papers highlighting cognitive processes drawn from the field of joint action for potential use in human-robot collaboration. The primary aim of the workshop is to bring together technologists and cognitive- or neuropsychologists, and as such, previously published work is welcome. Longer format submissions for previously published work are allowed, but please contact the organizers if you are considering this submission option. All accepted submissions will be made available on the workshop website as non-archival reports so that submissions to future conferences and journals will be possible. Selected submissions will be invited to contribute to an archival report that we intend to publish on the topic.
The primary areas of interest include:
The application of the theory of joint action directly in human robot collaboration
Models leveraging insights from joint action to better inform human robot collaboration
Prospective heuristics, insights, or biases that could be leveraged in human-robot collaboration (e.g. entrainment)