Program and Schedule


The tutorial will be held in Room WSCC 609 on Tuesday, May 26.




     
  Planning for Safety
 
  8:30 Welcome and Introduction
 
  8:40 Tutorial: Planning for Safety
    Rachid Alami, LAAS/CNRS Toulouse, France
 
  9:30 RoboBrain: Knowledge Engine and Learning from Human Signals
    Ashesh Jain, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA
 
  9:50 Achieving Cyclicity on Repetitive Tasks for Safe Human-Robot Co-existence
    Massimo Cefalo, Università di Roma "La Sapienza", Rome, Italy
 
  10:10 Coffee Break
 
     
  Safety During Contacts
 
  10:30 Tutorial: Safety During Contacts
    Alessandro De Luca, Sapienza Università di Roma, Rome Italy
 
  11:20 Collision Detection, Trajectory Planning, and the Design of the Robot
    Vahid Sotoudehnejad, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada
 
  11:40 Safety Issues in Robotic Assistance for Manual Welding
    Mustafa Suphi Erden, Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, United Kingdom
 
  12:00 Lunch Break
 
     
  Safety in Motion
 
  13:30 Tutorial: Safety in Motion
    Sami Haddadin, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Hannover, Germany
 
  14:20 Control Tools for Safe Human-robot Co-existence
    Andrea Maria Zanchettin, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
 
  14:40 Online Motion Reshaping based on Dynamical Systems: A Contribution to Human-Robot Co-existence
    Matteo Saveriano, Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany
 
  15:00 Coffee Break
 
     
  Interactive Session
 
  15:30 Motion Planning with Safety Constraints and High-Level Task Specifications
    Seyedshams Feyzabadi and Stefano Carpin
 
  15:33 Motion Safety with People: an Open Problem
    Thierry Fraichard
 
  15:36 Robot Collision Avoidance Using an Environment Model for Capacitive Sensors
    Alwin Hoffmann, Andreas Schierl, Andreas Angerer, Matthias Stüben, Michael Vistein, and Wolfgang Reif
 
  15:39 Contact-based Gesture Recognition on an Omni-directional Mobile Robot for a Robot Companion
    Kwan Suk Kim and Luis Sentis
 
  15:42 Human Factor Multi-Layered Cost Map Approach for Computing Human-Like Paths
    Yoichi Morales, Takahiro Miyashita, and Norihiro Hagita
 
  15:45 Force Control of the iCub Humanoid for One-foot Balancing and Safe Interaction
    Daniele Pucci and Francesco Romano and Silvio Traversaro and Jorhabib Eljaik, and Francesco Nori
 
  15:48 Using a Contact-based Inducement for Efficient Navigation in Congested Environments
    Moondeep C. Shrestha, Alexander Schmitz, Erika Uno, Yuta Yokoyama, Hayato Yanagawa, Keng Or, and Shigeki Sugano
 
  15:51 Real-world Applications of Human-robot Interaction
    Christian Vogel, José Saenz, and Norbert Elkmann
 
  15:54 Interactive Presentations
 
  16:50 Closing
 
  17:00 End