RSS 2016 Workshop on "A Community-Driven Modular Research Platform for Sociable Human-Robot Interaction"

URL: http://www.quori.org/community-input-meetings/#rss-16-1

 

 

Hardware Survey: http://bit.ly/1rvShLG 

LOCATION: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA.

 

DATE: Sunday, June 19, 2016

TIME: 14:00-17:30

 

DESCRIPTION:

The goal of this workshop is to advance the process of community-informed design and development of Quori, a low-cost robot hardware and software platform to enable computing research in human-robot interaction. Quori is being developed by the workshop organizers through NSF Computing Research Infrastructure support.

The workshop will present hardware designs for Quori, along with exploratory exercises to inform the development of proposed software systems to better meet the needs of the research community. This workshop will consist of hands-on activities and discussion of the Quori platform.

SCHEDULE:


Workshop on : "A Community-Driven Modular Research Platform for Sociable Human-Robot Interaction"
Sunday, June 19, 2016

14:00-14:15

Welcome and Introduction: Objectives, and Hardware.

14:15-14:30

Hardware Session: Proposed Designs and Demos

14:30-15:30

Discussion

15:30-16:00

Refreshment Break

16:00-16:15

Software Session: Proposed Designs and Demos

16:15-17:15

Discussion

17:15-17:30

Closing Remarks and Workshop Analysis

 

WORKSHOP ORGANIZERS:

  • Mark Yim (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Maja Mataric' (University of Southern California)
  • Ross Mead (Semio)

 

CONTACT (please e-mail to all three of us together about any workshop questions/input/feedback):