• Arash Ajoudani

    How physical and social factors can come together in human-robot interaction

    Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia

    Alin Albu-Schäffer

    What algebraic topology and differential geometry can teach us about intrinsic dynamics and global behavior of robot

    DLR – German Aerospace Center
    TU Munich

    Nancy Amato

    Towards trainable bio-robots built from programmable biological neural processors

    University of Illinois

    Jessica Burgner-Kahrs

    Open continuum robotics

    University of Toronto

    Margarita Chli

    Vision-based robotic perception: challenges & opportunities

    ETH Zurich
    University of Cyprus

    Nadia Figueroa

    Collaborative robots in the wild: Challenges and future directions from a human-centric perspective

    University of Pennsylvania

    Dario Floreano

    Human robot symbiosis

    Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

    Abderrahmane Kheddar

    Non-invasive real-time knee prosthesis motion monitoring

    Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)

    Mirko Kovac

    Sustainability robotics

    Imperial College London

    Dana Kulic

    Simulations for HRI

    Monash University

    Sami Haddadin

    A theory on collective learning: From experimental observation to collective learning dynamics with similarity exploitation

    TU Munich

    Yasuhisa Hirata

    Cooperation of assistive robots to improve productivity in the nursing care field

    Tohoku University

    Takamitsu Matsubara

    Bayesian disturbance injection: Simultaneous inference of flexible policies and disturbances for robust imitation

    Nara Institute of Science and Technology

    Katja Mombaur

    From performance indicators in sports to improved motions of human-centred robots

    University of Waterloo

    Yukie Nagai

    Robotics for understanding and assisting neurodiversity

    University of Tokyo

    Jamie Paik

    Reconfigurable robots for soft interactions

    Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

    Daniela Rus

    Liquid networks for learning control 


    Dorsa Sadigh

    Learning robot policies from non-traditional sources of human data

    Stanford University

    Angela Schoellig

    Safe learning in robotics: Quo Vadis?

    University of Toronto
    TU Munich

    Roland Siegwart

    Interactive and environment-aware flying robots

    ETH Zurich

    Abhinav Valada

    Rethinking robot learning for autonomy at scale

    University of Freiburg

    Markus Vincze

    Object perception & manipulation: Where do we stand?

    TU Wien