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Call for Submissions: CFP SI "The Future of Intelligent Human-Robot Collaboration"

This special issue aims to enhance our understanding of intelligent human‒robot interactions to deal effectively with the emerging challenges and opportunities. This special issue seeks submissions that draw upon and contribute to the existing knowledge on human robot interactions, while acknowledging the disruptive potential of advances in robotics. This special issue encourages submission that will either significantly build and/or challenge existing research on human‒robot interactions.

Link to CFP for Special Issue "The Future of Intelligent Human-Robot Collaboration"

This special issue seeks submissions from a diverse range of HRI topics. The special issue welcomes papers that explore human‒robot interactions at any level (i.e. individual, team, organizational, and societal). This also includes submissions that examine many facets of interactions in any context (e.g., homes, work, and public services) and role (e.g., companion, co-worker, boss, and adversary). Submissions to the special issue can also include empirical studies and conceptual frameworks which seek to advance our knowledge of the topic.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Theoretical frameworks for human‒robot interaction
  • Empirical studies examining the social aspects of human‒robot interactions
  • Case studies of human‒robot interaction
  • Design implications for robot interactions at home, work and public spaces
  • New methodological approaches to studying human‒robot interactions
  • Promoting cooperative and collaborative interaction with robots
  • Examining uncooperative and adversarial human interactions with robots
  • The impact of haptic feedback and touch on human‒robot interaction
  • The ethics of human‒robot interactions
  • Application of Immersive Virtual Environments in the study human‒robot interaction

Guest Editors:

  • Dr. Lionel P. Robert Jr.
  • Dr. Sangseok You
  • Dr. Vineet Kamat
  • Dr. SangHyun Lee

Call for Submissions