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Where Machines Foster Connections…

Social robotics is concerned with designing robots that can interact naturally and intuitively with people. As robots are pervading our society and taking on roles such as caregiver, companion, educator, assistant, and so on, many new research issues are becoming important. These range from engineering aspects, like designing expressive faces or understanding the emotional state of the user, to psychological aspects, such as building trust with users or calming stressed individuals. Additionally, there are ethical issues to consider, including the appropriateness of robot lies and the acceptability of designing robots that foster emotional dependency in users.

Where Machines Foster Connections…

Social robotics is concerned with designing robots that can interact naturally and intuitively with people. As robots are pervading our society and taking on roles such as caregiver, companion, educator, assistant, and so on, many new research issues are becoming important. These range from engineering aspects, like designing expressive faces or understanding the emotional state of the user, to psychological aspects, such as building trust with users or calming stressed individuals. Additionally, there are ethical issues to consider, including the appropriateness of robot lies and the acceptability of designing robots that foster emotional dependency in users.

Where Machines Foster Connections…

Social robotics is concerned with designing robots that can interact naturally and intuitively with people. As robots are pervading our society and taking on roles such as caregiver, companion, educator, assistant, and so on, many new research issues are becoming important. These range from engineering aspects, like designing expressive faces or understanding the emotional state of the user, to psychological aspects, such as building trust with users or calming stressed individuals. Additionally, there are ethical issues to consider, including the appropriateness of robot lies and the acceptability of designing robots that foster emotional dependency in users.

Where Machines Foster Connections…

Social robotics is concerned with designing robots that can interact naturally and intuitively with people. As robots are pervading our society and taking on roles such as caregiver, companion, educator, assistant, and so on, many new research issues are becoming important. These range from engineering aspects, like designing expressive faces or understanding the emotional state of the user, to psychological aspects, such as building trust with users or calming stressed individuals. Additionally, there are ethical issues to consider, including the appropriateness of robot lies and the acceptability of designing robots that foster emotional dependency in users.

Where Machines Foster Connections…

Social robotics is concerned with designing robots that can interact naturally and intuitively with people. As robots are pervading our society and taking on roles such as caregiver, companion, educator, assistant, and so on, many new research issues are becoming important. These range from engineering aspects, like designing expressive faces or understanding the emotional state of the user, to psychological aspects, such as building trust with users or calming stressed individuals. Additionally, there are ethical issues to consider, including the appropriateness of robot lies and the acceptability of designing robots that foster emotional dependency in users.

Where Machines Foster Connections…

Social robotics is concerned with designing robots that can interact naturally and intuitively with people. As robots are pervading our society and taking on roles such as caregiver, companion, educator, assistant, and so on, many new research issues are becoming important. These range from engineering aspects, like designing expressive faces or understanding the emotional state of the user, to psychological aspects, such as building trust with users or calming stressed individuals. Additionally, there are ethical issues to consider, including the appropriateness of robot lies and the acceptability of designing robots that foster emotional dependency in users.

Where Machines Foster Connections…

Social robotics is concerned with designing robots that can interact naturally and intuitively with people. As robots are pervading our society and taking on roles such as caregiver, companion, educator, assistant, and so on, many new research issues are becoming important. These range from engineering aspects, like designing expressive faces or understanding the emotional state of the user, to psychological aspects, such as building trust with users or calming stressed individuals. Additionally, there are ethical issues to consider, including the appropriateness of robot lies and the acceptability of designing robots that foster emotional dependency in users.

Highlights

NOVEMBER 2023

Our student Barbara Sienkiewicz got an award from ACM-W and Google to attend this ICSR 23 conference.

DECEMBER 2023

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

Three papers from our lab have been accepted for presentation at ICRS23 in Doha, Qatar. They explore Polish customer attitudes toward cafe robots, the role of humor in trust with robots, and how language affects user perception of robots.

AUGUST 2023

Presentation at RO-MAN 2023 conference

At the RO-MAN 2023 conference in Busan, South Korea, we presented our paper “Age-Appropriate Robot Design: In-The-Wild Child-Robot Interaction Studies of Perseverance Styles and Robot’s Unexpected Behavior”, based on the outcomes of two of our workshops with children.

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

MARCH 2023

Presentation at CHI 2023 conference

At the CHI 2023 conference in Hamburg, Germany, we presented our paper “Are robots vegan? Unexpected behaviours in child-robot interactions and their design implications”, based on the outcomes of one of our workshops with children

JANUARY 2023

iChores Project has started

Collaborative project with CTU in Prague and TU in Vienna has started and will be going on till 2026. The goal is to conduct research on intuitive collaboration with a robot through words, gestures, and gaze.

DECEMBER 2022

Presentation at ICSR 2022 workshop

At the ICSR 2022 workshop in Florence, Italy, we presented the outcomes of one of the workshops we conducted in collaboration with MOCAK Museum in Kraków with primary school children. The topics of our presentations concerned children’s attitudes towards robot’s unexpected behaviors and children’s mental models of social robots.

OCTOBER 2022

Moving the lab from Grodzka to Ingardena

Due to the growing number of members and robots, we have moved to bigger rooms at Ingardena 3.

JANUARY 2021

First publication in a journal

We published our first paper in the journal ‘Electronics’

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

OCTOBER 2020

Foundation of the lab

Due to the increased interest of students and fellow researchers in research using social robots, our lab was founded by Prof. Bipin Indurkya at the department of Philosophy.

OCTOBER 2019

First presentation at an international conference (RO-MAN 2019)

Paulina Zguda, Anna Kołota and Bipin Indurkhya, presented a paper at RO-MAN conference in New Delhi.

SEPTEMBER 2018

First research activity in Krakow, Poland

Follow-up to study conducted in Japan as cross-cultural comparison in child-robot interaction

JANUARY 2017

First research activity in Tokyo, Japan

A study on child-robot interaction with the humanoid robot Pepper in a Japanese kindergarten.

Highlights

NOVEMBER 2023

Our student Barbara Sienkiewicz got an award from ACM-W and Google to attend this ICSR 23 conference.

DECEMBER 2023

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

Three papers from our lab have been accepted for presentation at ICRS23 in Doha, Qatar. They explore Polish customer attitudes toward cafe robots, the role of humor in trust with robots, and how language affects user perception of robots.

AUGUST 2023

Presentation at RO-MAN 2023 conference

At the RO-MAN 2023 conference in Busan, South Korea, we presented our paper “Age-Appropriate Robot Design: In-The-Wild Child-Robot Interaction Studies of Perseverance Styles and Robot’s Unexpected Behavior”, based on the outcomes of two of our workshops with children.

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

MARCH 2023

Presentation at CHI 2023 conference

At the CHI 2023 conference in Hamburg, Germany, we presented our paper “Are robots vegan? Unexpected behaviours in child-robot interactions and their design implications”, based on the outcomes of one of our workshops with children

JANUARY 2023

iChores Project has started

Collaborative project with CTU in Prague and TU in Vienna has started and will be going on till 2026. The goal is to conduct research on intuitive collaboration with a robot through words, gestures, and gaze.

DECEMBER 2022

Presentation at ICSR 2022 workshop

At the ICSR 2022 workshop in Florence, Italy, we presented the outcomes of one of the workshops we conducted in collaboration with MOCAK Museum in Kraków with primary school children. The topics of our presentations concerned children’s attitudes towards robot’s unexpected behaviors and children’s mental models of social robots.

OCTOBER 2022

Moving the lab from Grodzka to Ingardena

Due to the growing number of members and robots, we have moved to bigger rooms at Ingardena 3.

JANUARY 2021

First publication in a journal

We published our first paper in the journal ‘Electronics’

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

OCTOBER 2020

Foundation of the lab

Due to the increased interest of students and fellow researchers in research using social robots, our lab was founded by Prof. Bipin Indurkya at the department of Philosophy.

OCTOBER 2019

First presentation at an international conference (RO-MAN 2019)

Paulina Zguda, Anna Kołota and Bipin Indurkhya, presented a paper at RO-MAN conference in New Delhi.

SEPTEMBER 2018

First research activity in Krakow, Poland

Follow-up to study conducted in Japan as cross-cultural comparison in child-robot interaction

JANUARY 2017

First research activity in Tokyo, Japan

A study on child-robot interaction with the humanoid robot Pepper in a Japanese kindergarten.

Highlights

NOVEMBER 2023

Our student Barbara Sienkiewicz got an award from ACM-W and Google to attend this ICSR 23 conference.

DECEMBER 2023

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

Three papers from our lab have been accepted for presentation at ICRS23 in Doha, Qatar. They explore Polish customer attitudes toward cafe robots, the role of humor in trust with robots, and how language affects user perception of robots.

AUGUST 2023

Presentation at RO-MAN 2023 conference

At the RO-MAN 2023 conference in Busan, South Korea, we presented our paper “Age-Appropriate Robot Design: In-The-Wild Child-Robot Interaction Studies of Perseverance Styles and Robot’s Unexpected Behavior”, based on the outcomes of two of our workshops with children.

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

MARCH 2023

Presentation at CHI 2023 conference

At the CHI 2023 conference in Hamburg, Germany, we presented our paper “Are robots vegan? Unexpected behaviours in child-robot interactions and their design implications”, based on the outcomes of one of our workshops with children

JANUARY 2023

iChores Project has started

Collaborative project with CTU in Prague and TU in Vienna has started and will be going on till 2026. The goal is to conduct research on intuitive collaboration with a robot through words, gestures, and gaze.

DECEMBER 2022

Presentation at ICSR 2022 workshop

At the ICSR 2022 workshop in Florence, Italy, we presented the outcomes of one of the workshops we conducted in collaboration with MOCAK Museum in Kraków with primary school children. The topics of our presentations concerned children’s attitudes towards robot’s unexpected behaviors and children’s mental models of social robots.

OCTOBER 2022

Moving the lab from Grodzka to Ingardena

Due to the growing number of members and robots, we have moved to bigger rooms at Ingardena 3.

JANUARY 2021

First publication in a journal

We published our first paper in the journal ‘Electronics’

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

OCTOBER 2020

Foundation of the lab

Due to the increased interest of students and fellow researchers in research using social robots, our lab was founded by Prof. Bipin Indurkya at the department of Philosophy.

OCTOBER 2019

First presentation at an international conference (RO-MAN 2019)

Paulina Zguda, Anna Kołota and Bipin Indurkhya, presented a paper at RO-MAN conference in New Delhi.

SEPTEMBER 2018

First research activity in Krakow, Poland

Follow-up to study conducted in Japan as cross-cultural comparison in child-robot interaction

JANUARY 2017

First research activity in Tokyo, Japan

A study on child-robot interaction with the humanoid robot Pepper in a Japanese kindergarten.

Highlights

NOVEMBER 2023

Our student Barbara Sienkiewicz got an award from ACM-W and Google to attend this ICSR 23 conference.

DECEMBER 2023

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

Three papers from our lab have been accepted for presentation at ICRS23 in Doha, Qatar. They explore Polish customer attitudes toward cafe robots, the role of humor in trust with robots, and how language affects user perception of robots.

AUGUST 2023

Presentation at RO-MAN 2023 conference

At the RO-MAN 2023 conference in Busan, South Korea, we presented our paper “Age-Appropriate Robot Design: In-The-Wild Child-Robot Interaction Studies of Perseverance Styles and Robot’s Unexpected Behavior”, based on the outcomes of two of our workshops with children.

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

MARCH 2023

Presentation at CHI 2023 conference

At the CHI 2023 conference in Hamburg, Germany, we presented our paper “Are robots vegan? Unexpected behaviours in child-robot interactions and their design implications”, based on the outcomes of one of our workshops with children

JANUARY 2023

iChores Project has started

Collaborative project with CTU in Prague and TU in Vienna has started and will be going on till 2026. The goal is to conduct research on intuitive collaboration with a robot through words, gestures, and gaze.

DECEMBER 2022

Presentation at ICSR 2022 workshop

At the ICSR 2022 workshop in Florence, Italy, we presented the outcomes of one of the workshops we conducted in collaboration with MOCAK Museum in Kraków with primary school children. The topics of our presentations concerned children’s attitudes towards robot’s unexpected behaviors and children’s mental models of social robots.

OCTOBER 2022

Moving the lab from Grodzka to Ingardena

Due to the growing number of members and robots, we have moved to bigger rooms at Ingardena 3.

JANUARY 2021

First publication in a journal

We published our first paper in the journal ‘Electronics’

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

OCTOBER 2020

Foundation of the lab

Due to the increased interest of students and fellow researchers in research using social robots, our lab was founded by Prof. Bipin Indurkya at the department of Philosophy.

OCTOBER 2019

First presentation at an international conference (RO-MAN 2019)

Paulina Zguda, Anna Kołota and Bipin Indurkhya, presented a paper at RO-MAN conference in New Delhi.

SEPTEMBER 2018

First research activity in Krakow, Poland

Follow-up to study conducted in Japan as cross-cultural comparison in child-robot interaction

JANUARY 2017

First research activity in Tokyo, Japan

A study on child-robot interaction with the humanoid robot Pepper in a Japanese kindergarten.

Highlights

NOVEMBER 2023

Our student Barbara Sienkiewicz got an award from ACM-W and Google to attend this ICSR 23 conference.

DECEMBER 2023

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

Three papers from our lab have been accepted for presentation at ICRS23 in Doha, Qatar. They explore Polish customer attitudes toward cafe robots, the role of humor in trust with robots, and how language affects user perception of robots.

AUGUST 2023

Presentation at RO-MAN 2023 conference

At the RO-MAN 2023 conference in Busan, South Korea, we presented our paper “Age-Appropriate Robot Design: In-The-Wild Child-Robot Interaction Studies of Perseverance Styles and Robot’s Unexpected Behavior”, based on the outcomes of two of our workshops with children.

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

MARCH 2023

Presentation at CHI 2023 conference

At the CHI 2023 conference in Hamburg, Germany, we presented our paper “Are robots vegan? Unexpected behaviours in child-robot interactions and their design implications”, based on the outcomes of one of our workshops with children

JANUARY 2023

iChores Project has started

Collaborative project with CTU in Prague and TU in Vienna has started and will be going on till 2026. The goal is to conduct research on intuitive collaboration with a robot through words, gestures, and gaze.

DECEMBER 2022

Presentation at ICSR 2022 workshop

At the ICSR 2022 workshop in Florence, Italy, we presented the outcomes of one of the workshops we conducted in collaboration with MOCAK Museum in Kraków with primary school children. The topics of our presentations concerned children’s attitudes towards robot’s unexpected behaviors and children’s mental models of social robots.

OCTOBER 2022

Moving the lab from Grodzka to Ingardena

Due to the growing number of members and robots, we have moved to bigger rooms at Ingardena 3.

JANUARY 2021

First publication in a journal

We published our first paper in the journal ‘Electronics’

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

OCTOBER 2020

Foundation of the lab

Due to the increased interest of students and fellow researchers in research using social robots, our lab was founded by Prof. Bipin Indurkya at the department of Philosophy.

OCTOBER 2019

First presentation at an international conference (RO-MAN 2019)

Paulina Zguda, Anna Kołota and Bipin Indurkhya, presented a paper at RO-MAN conference in New Delhi.

SEPTEMBER 2018

First research activity in Krakow, Poland

Follow-up to study conducted in Japan as cross-cultural comparison in child-robot interaction

JANUARY 2017

First research activity in Tokyo, Japan

A study on child-robot interaction with the humanoid robot Pepper in a Japanese kindergarten.

Highlights

NOVEMBER 2023

Our student Barbara Sienkiewicz got an award from ACM-W and Google to attend this ICSR 23 conference.

DECEMBER 2023

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

Three papers from our lab have been accepted for presentation at ICRS23 in Doha, Qatar. They explore Polish customer attitudes toward cafe robots, the role of humor in trust with robots, and how language affects user perception of robots.

AUGUST 2023

Presentation at RO-MAN 2023 conference

At the RO-MAN 2023 conference in Busan, South Korea, we presented our paper “Age-Appropriate Robot Design: In-The-Wild Child-Robot Interaction Studies of Perseverance Styles and Robot’s Unexpected Behavior”, based on the outcomes of two of our workshops with children.

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

MARCH 2023

Presentation at CHI 2023 conference

At the CHI 2023 conference in Hamburg, Germany, we presented our paper “Are robots vegan? Unexpected behaviours in child-robot interactions and their design implications”, based on the outcomes of one of our workshops with children

JANUARY 2023

iChores Project has started

Collaborative project with CTU in Prague and TU in Vienna has started and will be going on till 2026. The goal is to conduct research on intuitive collaboration with a robot through words, gestures, and gaze.

DECEMBER 2022

Presentation at ICSR 2022 workshop

At the ICSR 2022 workshop in Florence, Italy, we presented the outcomes of one of the workshops we conducted in collaboration with MOCAK Museum in Kraków with primary school children. The topics of our presentations concerned children’s attitudes towards robot’s unexpected behaviors and children’s mental models of social robots.

OCTOBER 2022

Moving the lab from Grodzka to Ingardena

Due to the growing number of members and robots, we have moved to bigger rooms at Ingardena 3.

JANUARY 2021

First publication in a journal

We published our first paper in the journal ‘Electronics’

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

OCTOBER 2020

Foundation of the lab

Due to the increased interest of students and fellow researchers in research using social robots, our lab was founded by Prof. Bipin Indurkya at the department of Philosophy.

OCTOBER 2019

First presentation at an international conference (RO-MAN 2019)

Paulina Zguda, Anna Kołota and Bipin Indurkhya, presented a paper at RO-MAN conference in New Delhi.

SEPTEMBER 2018

First research activity in Krakow, Poland

Follow-up to study conducted in Japan as cross-cultural comparison in child-robot interaction

JANUARY 2017

First research activity in Tokyo, Japan

A study on child-robot interaction with the humanoid robot Pepper in a Japanese kindergarten.

Highlights

NOVEMBER 2023

Our student Barbara Sienkiewicz got an award from ACM-W and Google to attend this ICSR 23 conference.

DECEMBER 2023

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

Three papers from our lab have been accepted for presentation at ICRS23 in Doha, Qatar. They explore Polish customer attitudes toward cafe robots, the role of humor in trust with robots, and how language affects user perception of robots.

AUGUST 2023

Presentation at RO-MAN 2023 conference

At the RO-MAN 2023 conference in Busan, South Korea, we presented our paper “Age-Appropriate Robot Design: In-The-Wild Child-Robot Interaction Studies of Perseverance Styles and Robot’s Unexpected Behavior”, based on the outcomes of two of our workshops with children.

Papers accepted for HAI 2023 conference

We've got two papers accepted at HAI 2023: one on real-world child-robot interactions and another revealing Czech preferences for English-speaking robots based on experience.

DECEMBER 2023

MARCH 2023

Presentation at CHI 2023 conference

At the CHI 2023 conference in Hamburg, Germany, we presented our paper “Are robots vegan? Unexpected behaviours in child-robot interactions and their design implications”, based on the outcomes of one of our workshops with children

JANUARY 2023

iChores Project has started

Collaborative project with CTU in Prague and TU in Vienna has started and will be going on till 2026. The goal is to conduct research on intuitive collaboration with a robot through words, gestures, and gaze.

DECEMBER 2022

Presentation at ICSR 2022 workshop

At the ICSR 2022 workshop in Florence, Italy, we presented the outcomes of one of the workshops we conducted in collaboration with MOCAK Museum in Kraków with primary school children. The topics of our presentations concerned children’s attitudes towards robot’s unexpected behaviors and children’s mental models of social robots.

OCTOBER 2022

Moving the lab from Grodzka to Ingardena

Due to the growing number of members and robots, we have moved to bigger rooms at Ingardena 3.

JANUARY 2021

First publication in a journal

We published our first paper in the journal ‘Electronics’

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

OCTOBER 2020

Foundation of the lab

Due to the increased interest of students and fellow researchers in research using social robots, our lab was founded by Prof. Bipin Indurkya at the department of Philosophy.

OCTOBER 2019

First presentation at an international conference (RO-MAN 2019)

Paulina Zguda, Anna Kołota and Bipin Indurkhya, presented a paper at RO-MAN conference in New Delhi.

SEPTEMBER 2018

First research activity in Krakow, Poland

Follow-up to study conducted in Japan as cross-cultural comparison in child-robot interaction

JANUARY 2017

First research activity in Tokyo, Japan

A study on child-robot interaction with the humanoid robot Pepper in a Japanese kindergarten.

Our research collaborations

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

Tokyo, Japan

As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


  • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

e-learning.”

  • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

  • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

Vienna University of Technology

Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

Vienna, Austria

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

Czech Technical University in Prague

Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

Prague, Czech Republic

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

Hosei Univesity

Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

Tokyo, Japan

Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

We are open for collaboration with universities as well as companies.

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Our research collaborations

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

Tokyo, Japan

As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


  • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

e-learning.”

  • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

  • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

Vienna University of Technology

Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

Vienna, Austria

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

Czech Technical University in Prague

Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

Prague, Czech Republic

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

Hosei Univesity

Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

Tokyo, Japan

Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

We are open for collaboration with universities as well as companies.

Contact us

Our research collaborations

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

Tokyo, Japan

As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


  • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

e-learning.”

  • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

  • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

Vienna University of Technology

Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

Vienna, Austria

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

Czech Technical University in Prague

Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

Prague, Czech Republic

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

Hosei Univesity

Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

Tokyo, Japan

Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

We are open for collaboration with universities as well as companies.

Contact us

Our research collaborations

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

Tokyo, Japan

As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


  • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

e-learning.”

  • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

  • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

Vienna University of Technology

Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

Vienna, Austria

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

Czech Technical University in Prague

Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

Prague, Czech Republic

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

Hosei Univesity

Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

Tokyo, Japan

Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

We are open for collaboration with universities as well as companies.

Contact us

Our research collaborations

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

Tokyo, Japan

As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


  • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

e-learning.”

  • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

  • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

Vienna University of Technology

Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

Vienna, Austria

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

Czech Technical University in Prague

Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

Prague, Czech Republic

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

Hosei Univesity

Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

Tokyo, Japan

Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

We are open for collaboration with universities as well as companies.

Contact us

Our research collaborations

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

Tokyo, Japan

As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


  • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

e-learning.”

  • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

  • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

Vienna University of Technology

Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

Vienna, Austria

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

Czech Technical University in Prague

Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

Prague, Czech Republic

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

Hosei Univesity

Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

Tokyo, Japan

Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

We are open for collaboration with universities as well as companies.

Contact us

Our research collaborations

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

    Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

    Tokyo, Japan

    As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


    • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

    e-learning.”

    • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

    • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

  • Vienna University of Technology

    Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

    Vienna, Austria

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague

    Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

    Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

  • Hosei Univesity

    Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

    Tokyo, Japan

    Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology

Kondo-lab, Fujinami-lab, Kaneko-Lab

Tokyo, Japan

As part of the JASSO international student exchange, our students go on 3-month internships, during which they carry out scientific projects.


  • Kaneko lab: “Designing an adaptable, motivation-based, gamifincation user interface for

e-learning.”

  • Fujinami lab: “Happy thoughts plant”

  • Kondo Lab: "VR simulation of the rubber hand illusion", "Brain neuroplasticity during motor training".

Vienna University of Technology

Automation and Control Institute (ACIN)

Vienna, Austria

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”. Work with Professor Marcus Vincze.

Czech Technical University in Prague

Incognite Developmental Robotics Lab

Prague, Czech Republic

Collaboration on project iChores: “Intuitive collaboration with household robots in everyday settings”.

Work with Michal Vavrecka. Conducting research on HRI using Pepper and customized GUI.

Hosei Univesity

Hiroshi Ueda, Nehal Hasnine, and Hiroya Suno

Tokyo, Japan

Our collaborative project: “Designing Robot-Assisted Learning Innervations to Detect Risky Behaviors/Preventing Accident in Academic Laboratory”.

We are open for collaboration with universities as well as companies.

Contact us

Social Robotics Lab

We explore Human-Robot Interaction in natural social settings.

Jagiellonian University

ul. Ingardena 3, room 304B

30-060 Kraków

Poland

© 2023, Social Robotics Laboratory

Social Robotics Lab

We explore Human-Robot Interaction in natural social settings.

Jagiellonian University

ul. Ingardena 3, room 304B

30-060 Kraków

Poland

© 2023, Social Robotics Laboratory

Social Robotics Lab

We explore Human-Robot Interaction in natural social settings.

Jagiellonian University

ul. Ingardena 3, room 304B

30-060 Kraków

Poland

© 2023, Social Robotics Laboratory

Social Robotics Lab

We explore Human-Robot Interaction in natural social settings.

Jagiellonian University

ul. Ingardena 3, room 304B

30-060 Kraków

Poland

© 2023, Social Robotics Laboratory

Social Robotics Lab

We explore Human-Robot Interaction in natural social settings.

Jagiellonian University

ul. Ingardena 3, room 304B

30-060 Kraków

Poland

© 2023, Social Robotics Laboratory

Social Robotics Lab

We explore Human-Robot Interaction in natural social settings.

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© 2023, Social Robotics Laboratory

Social Robotics Lab

We explore Human-Robot Interaction in natural social settings.

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Contact

© 2023, Social Robotics Laboratory

Social Robotics Lab

We explore Human-Robot Interaction in natural social settings.