Social Robots and Human-Robot Interaction

Finnish Indian Consortia in Research and Education FICORE is pleased to invite academics, students, researchers, and industries with interests in Collaborative and Interactive Robotics to attend FICORE Robotics Webinar 'Social Robots and Human-Robot Interaction' on 16 March at 10 AM (UTC+02:00). 
Aalto University SLUSH15. Photo by Mikko Raskinen
Aalto University SLUSH15. Photo by Mikko Raskinen

The event showcases Indo-Finnish bilateral expertise in the field of Robotics to a broader audience including academia and industries alike. Hosted by Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK) and Tampere University (TAU), the webinar series aims to bring together higher education institutions and industries in both countries to facilitate future collaboration and partnerships in the field of robotics.


10:00​    Welcoming addresses​

10:05​    An introduction: Interacting with Robots​; Sridatta Chatterjee, Artpark​

10.30​    Telepresence Robotics in Health and Education​; Hanna Samposalo and Markku Turunen, Tampere University​

10:55​    Discussions (in Zoom breakout rooms)​

11:15​    Short break​

11:20​    Robo Care project​, Sari Ahlholm, Robotics Campus, City of Riihimäki, & Päivi Sanerma, HAMK Smart​

11:45​   BCI based hand exoskeleton for neurorehabilitation of stroke patients​, Ashish Dutta, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur​

12:10​    "Intelligent Robotics: learning from humans" - An overview of research from Intelligent Robotics group of Aalto University, Dr. Francesco Verdoja, Staff Scientist, Intelligent Robotics, Aalto University

12:35​    Discussions (in Zoom breakout rooms)​

13:00​    Closing of the webinar​

The Social Robots and Human-Robots Interaction is the second session of a FICORE webinar series dedicated to collaborative robotics. More information about the webinar series is available here

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