Teaching, Supervision, Outreach

Presenting the CoWriter project at the London Science Musuem in 2015

Teaching & Teaching Material

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Students

  • Christopher Wallbridge (PhD student, co-supervisor): Spatial Representations for HRI [1] (2016-)
  • Emmanuel Senft (PhD student, co-supervisor): Shared Autonomy Paradigms for Social HRI [1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8] (2016-)
  • Lukas Hostettler (MSc student, supervisor): High-Precision Localization for Tangible Robots based on Structured Patterns [1] (2015)
  • Fernando Garcia (MSc student, supervisor): Engagement Assessment and Automatic Behaviour Adaptation in HRI [1][2] (2015)
  • Donatas Kozlovskis (MSc student, supervisor): RObjects in Human Environments: Autonomous Navigation and Interaction Modelling (2015)
  • Ehsan Karim (PhD student, supervisor): Cellulo project: tangible robots for large-scale robotic deployments in schools [1](2015)
  • Alexis Jacq (PhD student, supervisor): Mutual Modelling in Human-Robot Interaction [1][2] (2014-2015)
  • Anahita Hosseini (MSc student, supervisor): Advanced logging for the pyRobots executive controller [1](2014)
  • Ayberk Özgür (PhD student, supervisor): Cellulo project: tangible robots for large-scale robotic deployments in schools [1][2] (2014-2015)
  • Deanna Hood (MSc student, supervisor): CoWriter project: Getting Nao to write on a tactile tablet [1][2] (2014)
  • Shruti Chandra (PhD student, co-supervisor): CoWriter project: learning by teaching handwriting to a robot [1][2] (2013-2014)
  • Julia Fink (PhD student, co-supervisor): Long-term acceptance of robots in daily life, Anthropomorphism [1][2][3][4][5] (2013-2014)
  • Patrick Tsemengue, Mahdi Chouayakh (MSc students, supervisor): The Dialogs natural language processor [1](2010)
Presenting the CoWriter project at the London Science Musuem in 2015

Outreach

I enjoy explaning my research and discussing how robots and humans are going to live together, be it during public events (like on the right, at the London Science Museum in August 2015), on the radio or by teaching and supervising students.

Don't hesistate to contact me!