[robotics-worldwide] [meetings] CFP: Workshop on Human-Robot Joint Action - Paris - September 19, 2018

Rachid Alami Rachid.Alami at laas.fr
Tue Jul 31 08:48:55 PDT 2018

		Call for Participation 

		Human-Robot Joint Action
Refining the understanding of joint action through an interdisciplinary perspective

	     September 19, 2018 - Paris, France


Important dates

September 7: Registration deadline (early bird)
September 19: Workshop 


This workshop will bring together researchers in robotics, philosophy,
and psychology, who have been contributing for several
years in their respective discipline to research in the joint action

Our scientific objective is twofold. First, we aim to highlight the
richness but also the inherent complexity of studying joint action
from an interdisciplinary perspective: how is joint action actually
defined depending on the authors' background and objectives? To what
extent do these definitions overlap with those of cooperation,
collaboration or coordination, and how does it influence, more or less
explicitly, empirical studies in HRI?

Second, we aim to provide an overview of recent progress in joint
action research in the above-mentioned disciplines. We will discuss
the factors allowing robots to interact socially with humans, by
considering both the behavioral level and inferences about mental
states. These factors include for example joint attention skills,
gestural communication, motivational states, motor representation and
memory systems.


Kathleen BELHASSEIN: CLLE LTC and LAAS-CNRS - Toulouse, France
Stephen BUTTERFILL: University of Warwick - Coventry, United-Kingdom
Peter DOMINEY: Robot Cognition Laboratory, INSERM - Lyon, France
Víctor FERNANDEZ: Jean Nicod Institute (ENS, EHESS, CNRS) Paris,, France
Guenther KNOBLICH: Central European University - Budapest, Hungary


Rachid ALAMI: LAAS-CNRS - Toulouse, France
Aurélie CLODIC: LAAS-CNRS - Toulouse, France
Hélène COCHET: CLLE LTC (CNRS, University Toulouse Jean Jaures) Toulouse, France
Michèle GUIDETTI: CLLE LTC (CNRS, University Toulouse Jean Jaures) Toulouse, France
Elisabeth PACHERIE: Jean Nicod Institute (ENS, EHESS, CNRS) Paris


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