We invite research presentations that discuss any of the conference topics. Prospective Authors are invited to submit their abstract latest by January 15, 2020 using the online submission link. Each abstract (350-500 words) should indicate appropriateness for the scope of the symposium, originality and quality of the technical content including motivation, gap, challenges, proposed framework, and preliminary results. The abstract should, moreover, explain the significance of the contribution and contain a list of key words. The submission should be done in a single PDF file prepared according to the template.
A submission implies willingness to present the work if the abstract is accepted for presentation at the symposium. Abstract will be reviewed by the Technical Program Committee.
Social cognition models and their implementation for human-robot interaction: neuro-robotics and artificial neural networks; theory of mind and simulation theory; narrative-practice hypothesis; enactive theory, interaction theory, and participatory sense-making; mirror neurons and embodied simulation; artificial consciousness and awareness; the frame problem, sensitivity to context, and social decision making.
Psychological aspects of human-robot interaction: anthropomorphism; mind perception, communication, emotion, trust, technology acceptance
Non-verbal communication and embodied/enactive models of the mind: applications of the embodied/enactive/interactive theory to developmental, evolutionary, and situated robotics; implementation of embodied communication through gaze, touch, gesture.
Robots in education, tourism, and the entertainment industry: narrative practices; teaching methodologies; learning through interaction; gamification; imagination, creativity, and procedural art; skill acquisition and exercise; machine learning.
Robots in healthcare and assistive technologies: robot therapy for mental and physical health, autism; tele-presence; sensors and diagnostic software; domotics, lifestyle.
Robot ethics and machine ethics: algorithmic solutions to moral dilemmas; autonomous agents and responsibility; formalization of codes of conduct; moral and legal obligations towards artificial companions; public policy, self-regulation of the developers, and good practices, trust and close relationships with social robots
The social impact of robotics: future trends in the job market and technological unemployment; trust; expertise and automation; public policy and autonomous agents; AI in public administration and e-finance; robots, smart cities, and the Internet of things.
|Abstract Submission Deadline||
Jan 15, 2020
Jan 23, 2020
|Notifications of acceptance||Jan. 25, 2020|
|Poster Session Dates||Feb. 3-4, 2020
After the abstract has been accepted, the poster should be prepared according to the given template. The dimensions of the poster should be 84cm x 110 cm (width × height).
Author Registration and Submission
You will receive an e-mail about your successful registration and abstract submission.
For further questions contact JSSR 2020 Poster Session Chair:
Prof. Munkhjargal Gochoo