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*Special Session on*

*The role of mental models and privacy implications on trust in Human-Robot
Interaction*

IEEE RO-MAN 2020

31 AUG - 04 SEPT, 2020 - NAPLES, ITALY

*Submission deadline*

*MARCH 15, 2020*

*Submission link*

*https://ras.papercept.net/ <https://ras.papercept.net/>*

*Submission Code*

*7g663*

*Website*

*http://ro-man2020.unina.it/special-sessions.php
<http://ro-man2020.unina.it/special-sessions.php>*

Trust is a fundamental component of social interactions to foster people's
acceptance of a robot for a successful and long-term Human-Robot
Interaction (HRI). At the same time, trust can be affected by several
factors, such as the incapability of a robot to adapt its behaviour to
people's needs, and a violation of privacy. This Session aims to explore
different aspects of Human-Robot Interaction that can affect, enhance,
undermine and recover humans' trust in robots, with a specific aim on
privacy concerns and mental models.
The session will focus on the impact of people's expectations, beliefs and
concerns on their trust in robots during a Human-Robot Interaction. In
particular, this session will bring together leading researchers in the
fields to share and discuss ideas and findings to guide the design and
development of robots that are able to effectively collaborate with human
users.

The topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

·       Mental models in Human-Robot Interaction;

·       Measuring Trust in Human-Robot Interaction;

·       Trust Violation and Recovery Mechanism in HRI;

·       Trust and Assistive Robotics;

·       Enhancing Humans Trust in Robots;

·       Privacy and Trust in Human-Robot Interaction;

·       Mental models and their effects on Trust in HRI.

*Important Dates*

Submission Deadline:

*MARCH 15, 2020*

Notification of acceptance:

*MAY 27, 2020*

Camera-ready Deadline:

*JUNE 15, 2020*


*Submission*


Manuscripts submitted to the Special Session should follow the guidelines
described on the website of the conference for Regular papers :
http://ro-man2020.unina.it/full-papers.php

The templates for the manuscripts can be downloaded at the following:

·      US LETTER PAPER SIZE : LaTeX (
http://ras.papercept.net/conferences/support/tex.php)

·      US LETTER PAPER SIZE MS-Word, (
http://ras.papercept.net/conferences/support/word.php)

Manuscripts can be submitted to this Special Session using the code *7g663 *on
the website: https://ras.papercept.net/



We look forward to welcoming you in Naples (Italy)!


Should you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact
us.



*Organi**s**ing Committee*

Alessandra Rossi, University of Hertfordshire, UK ([log in to unmask]
)

Maartje de Graaf, Utrecht University, Netherlands ([log in to unmask])

Matthew Rueben, University of Southern California, US ([log in to unmask])

Mohammad Shidujaman, Tsinghua University, China (
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