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Alessandra Rossi <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 21 Jul 2020 00:27:31 +0200
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[Apologies for multiple postings of this announcement]

Dear colleagues,

We would like to invite you to submit your works at the special issue in
Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics based on the "Trust, Acceptance and
Social Cues in Human Robot Interaction – SCRITA 2020" third edition
Workshop held at the 29th IEEE International Conference on Robot & Human
Interactive Communication (RO-MAN).

Read below further information, and please do not hesitate to contact us if
you have any questions.

Kind regards,
Alessandra Rossi

Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow / PhD student
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Adaptive Systems Research Group
School of Computer Science
University of Hertfordshire
College Lane
Hatfield, Herts AL10 9AB
United Kingdom

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*DESCRIPTION*



This special issue in *Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics*
<https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/pjbr>is based on the "Trust, Acceptance
and <http://scrita.herts.ac.uk/2020/> Social Cues in Human Robot
Interaction – SCRITA 2020 <http://scrita.herts.ac.uk/2020/>" third edition
Workshop held at the 29th <http://ro-man2020.unina.it/> IEEE International
Conference on Robot & Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN)
<http://ro-man2020.unina.it/>.



The special issue focuses on investigating users' trust in robots. Although
the previous editions had the pleasure to welcome the participation of
leading researchers in the field, and several exceptional invited speakers,
who identified some principal points in this research direction, current
research still presents several limitations. For this reason, we continue
to further explore the role of trust in social robotics to effectively
support the design and development of socially acceptable and trustable
service robots. In this context, a deeper exploration of trust in
human-robot interaction (HRI) approached from a multidisciplinary
perspective (including AI, Psychology, Ethics and Law) is required.
Therefore, this special issue will explore the different aspects of
human-robot interaction that can affect, enhance, undermine, or recover
humans' trust in robots, such as the use of social cues, behaviour
transparency (goals and actions).

This thematic special issue strongly encourages submissions of high-quality
research papers from leading researchers in the fields addressing (but are
not limited to) the following aspects:

   - Impact of social cues on trust in human-robot interaction;
   - Measuring trust in human-robot interaction;
   - Trust violation and recovery mechanism in human-robot interaction;
   - Effects of humans’ acceptance on trust of robots;
   - Human sense of control and trust in robots;
   - Trust and assistive robotics;
   - Overtrust in robots;
   - Antecedent of trust and robot trust;
   - Enhancing humans trust in robots;
   - Enhancing trust in a robot companion;
   - Privacy implications on trust in human-robot interaction;
   - Mental models and trust in human-robot interaction;
   - Trust and safety in human-robot interaction;
   - Ethics implications on trust in human-robot interaction;
   - Trustworthy AI;
   - Legal frameworks for trustworthy robotics

Authors are requested to submit their full research papers complying the
general scope of the journal. The submitted papers will undergo the
standard peer-review process before they can be accepted. Notification of
acceptance will be communicated as we progress with the review process.



*HOW TO SUBMIT*



Before submission authors should carefully read the Instructions for
Authors:



www.degruyter.com/view/supplement/s20814836_Instructions_for_Authors.pdf



Manuscripts can be written in TeX, LaTeX (strongly recommended). Use the
journal’s LaTeX template
<https://www.degruyter.com/view/supplement/s20814836_LaTeX_Template.zip>.
Please note that we do not accept papers in Plain TEX format. Text files
can be also submitted as standard DOCUMENT (.DOC) which is acceptable if
the submission in LaTeX is not possible. For an initial submission, the
authors are strongly advised to upload their entire manuscript, including
tables and figures, as a single PDF file.



All submissions to the Special Issue must be made electronically via the
online submission system Editorial Manager:
www.editorialmanager.com/paladyn/



All manuscripts will undergo the standard peer-review process (single
blind, at least two independent reviewers). When entering your submission
via the online submission system please choose the section "*SI on Trust,
Acceptance and Social Cues in Human Robot Interaction"*.



Submission of a manuscript implies that the work described has not been
published before and it is not under consideration for publication
elsewhere.



The deadline for submissions is 28 February 2021. Earlier submissions will
be reviewed and published online on an ongoing basis.

   - Contributors to the Special Issue will benefit from:
   - indexation in SCOPUS
   - NO submission FEES; voluntary publication fees*
   - fair and constructive peer review provided by experts in the field
   - no space constraints
   - convenient, web-based paper submission and tracking system – Editorial
   Manager
   - quick online publication upon completing the publishing process
   (continuous publication model)
   - content converting to xml
   - better visibility due to Open Access
   - long-term preservation of the content (articles archived in Portico)
   - extensive post-publication promotion for selected papers

*The journal is subject to an Article Processing Charge (APC). Note that
this only accounts for accepted manuscripts. There are no submission fees.
Nevertheless, the journal is able to offer high discounts and also the
possibility to apply for a waiver, particularly for authors who do not have
funds for publication in an open access model.



We are looking forward to your submission!



In case of any questions please contact:



*Ms. Alessandra Rossi *(lead Guest Editor; [log in to unmask]
<a.rossi%40herts.ac.uk?subject=>)



*Dr Patrick Holthaus *(Guest Editor, [log in to unmask]
<p.holthaus%40herts.ac.uk?subject=>)



*Ms. Sílvia Moros *(Guest Editor, [log in to unmask]
<s.moros-espanol%40herts.ac.uk?subject=>)



*Dr Gabriella Lakatos *(Guest Editor, [log in to unmask]
<g.lakatos%40herts.ac.uk?subject=>)



*Mr. Marcus Scheunemann *(Guest Editor, [log in to unmask]
<m.scheunemann%40herts.ac.uk?subject=>)



*Dr. Justyna Żuk *(Managing Editor of Paladyn. JBR;
[log in to unmask] <Justyna.Zuk%40degruyter.com?subject=>)

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