Bipin indurkhya

Lab Founder


I’m Bipin. I have studied Electronics Engineering and Computer Science in India, The Netherlands, and in the US (University of Massachusetts at Amherst). I have taught in the US (Boston University), Japan (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), India (International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad), and now in Poland (AGH and Jagiellonian University). My research interests include visual metaphors, computational creativity, multimodal affective computing (especially the role of haptic stimuli), application of cognitive science to design intuitive interfaces, human-robot interaction, and modeling programming as a cognitive process.

I enjoy hiking, swimming, knitting, and sewing, and am a voracious reader. I participated in Asia to Europe swim across the Bosphorus in Istanbul four times and finished three times. If you are interested in getting involved in any research activities in our lab, or have your own ideas for research, you are welcome to talk with me.


iChores: Intuitive interfaces for human-robot collaboration

Child-robot interaction

Attitudes of Polish society towards social robots

Robots in education

Robot skill adaptation

Ethical issues related to social robots

Recent Publications

B. Indurkhya (2023). Ethical Aspects of Faking Emotions in Chatbots and Social Robots. To appear in Proceedings of The IEEE International Conference on Robot & Human Interactive Communication (Ro-Man 2023), Aug. 28-31, Busan, S. Korea.

S.E. Spisak and B. Indurkhya, (2023). A Study on Social Exclusion in Human-Robot Interaction. Electronics 12 (7), 1585. 10.3390/electronics12071585

G. Błażejowska, Ł. Gruba, B. Indurkhya, A. Gunia (2023). A Study on the Role of Affective Feedback in Robot-Assisted Learning. Sensors 23 (3): 1181.

P. Gajewski, and B. Indurkhya (2022). An Approach to Task Representation Based on Object Features and Affordances. Sensors 22, 6156, DOI: 10.3390/s22166156.

P. Zguda, A. Kolota, G. Venture, B. Sniezynski, and B. Indurkhya (2021). Exploring the role of trust and expectations in CRI using in-the-wild studies. Electronics 10, 347. DOI: 10.3390/electronics10030347

Social Robotics Lab

We explore Human-Robot Interaction in natural social settings.

Jagiellonian University

ul. Ingardena 3, room 304B

30-060 Kraków


© 2023, Social Robotics Laboratory

Social Robotics Lab

We explore Human-Robot Interaction in natural social settings.



© 2023, Social Robotics Laboratory