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Lionel Robert <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 10 Jun 2019 05:42:38 -0400
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Dear Colleagues,

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

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
   - Case studies of human‒robot interaction
   - Design implications for robot interactions at home, work and public
   - 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

*Guest Editors*

Dr. Lionel P. Robert Jr.

Dr. Sangseok You

Dr. Vineet Kamat

Dr. SangHyun Lee

Best regards,


*New Paper(s):*
Du, N., Haspiel, J., Zhang, Q., Tilbury, D., Pradhan, A., Yang, X. J.
and *Robert,
L. P. *(Accepted 2019). *Look Who’s Talking Now: Implications of AV’s
Explanations on Driver’s Trust, AV Preference, Anxiety and Mental Workload*,
*Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies*, (pdf
<>), forthcoming, link to the article
provided by the author: and

*Robert, L. P. *(2019*)*. *Are Automated Vehicles Safer than Manually
Driven Cars?*, *AI & Society*, (pdf
), link to publisher's site: copy
provided by the author:

*Robert, L. P.* ( 2019). *The Future of Pedestrian-Automated Vehicle
Interactions*, *XRDS: Crossroads*, 25(3), pp. 30-33. (pdf
), DOI: article provided by author:  or or

Petersen, L., *Robert, L.P.*, Yang, X. J. Tilbury, D. (2019). *Situational
Awareness, Driver’s Trust in Automated Driving Systems and Secondary Task
Performance*, *SAE International Journal of Connected and Automated
Vehicles*, 2(2), (pdf
DOI:10.4271/12-02-02-0009 link to the article and copy provided by the
author: and

Lionel P. Robert Jr.
Associate Professor, School of Information
Core Faculty, Michigan Robotics Institute
Affiliate Faculty, National Center for Institutional Diversity
Affiliate Faculty, Michigan Interactive and Social Computing
Director of MAVRIC <>
Co-Director of DOW Lab
University of Michigan
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