Schedule

9:00-9:15

Opening Remarks

Morning Session:

9:15-9:30

Atsushi Takagi, Title: "How physical coordination is mediated by touch"

9:30-9:45

Alexandra Battaglia-Mayer, Title: "Neural representation of joint action in frontal and parietal cortex of primate brain"

9:45-10:00

Malte Jung, Title: "Emotion as Joint Action"

10:00-10:15

Cristina Becchio, Title: "Kinematic Coding of Intentions"

10:15-10:30

Dagmar Sternad, Title: "Trajectory features for physical human-robot interaction"

10:30-10:45

Benoit Bardy, Title: "What your moves say about (the social) you during joint action with artificial agents"

10:45-11:00

Yanan Li, Title: "Robot control in physical human-robot interaction"

11:00-11:45

Discussion / Questions (Moderated by Rachid Alami)

11:45:12:40

Lunch Break

Afternoon Session:

12:40-12:45

Introductory Remarks

12:45-13:00

Natalie Sebanz, Title: "Ingredients for Smooth Joint Actions"

13:00-13:15

Guy Hoffman, Title: "Fluency and Metrics in Human-Robot Interaction"

13:15-13:30

Martin Clayton, Title: "Music, interaction and entrainment"

13:30-13:45

Emily Cross, Title: "Challenges with interpersonal synchrony measures as a means to facilitate people’s prosocial behaviours towards robots"

13:45-14:00

Amy LaViers, Title: "Bodies Dancing in Unison: The Illusion of Imitation and Relaxed Notational Abstractions That Capture It"

14:00-14:15

Tariq Iqbal, Title: "Toward Fluent Collaboration in Human-Robot Teams"

14:15-15:00

Discussion / Questions (Moderated by Julie Shah)

15:00-15:30

Coffee Break

Evening Session:

15:30-16:10

Lightning Talks from Accepted Papers + Q&A

16:10-17:00

Breakout Session (Led by Nadia Figueroa and Christopher Fourie)

17:00-17:10

Closing Remarks