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[HRI 2019] Call for Papers
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14th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2019)

http://humanrobotinteraction.org/2019/

March 11-14, 2019, Daegu, Korea

Full Paper Submission Deadline: October 1, 2018

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The ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction is a premiere, highly selective venue presenting the latest advances in Human-Robot Interaction. The 14th annual HRI conference theme is “Collaborative HRI.” The conference seeks contributions from a broad set of perspectives, including technical, design, methodological, behavioral, and theoretical, that advance fundamental and applied knowledge and methods in human-robot interaction. Full papers, alt.HRI papers, Late-Breaking Reports, and abstracts from Tutorials, Workshops, Demonstrations, Videos, and the Student Design Competition will be archived in the ACM Digital Library and IEEE Xplore Digital Library.Full details of the submission tracks are provided at http://humanrobotinteraction.org/2019/.

 

*Full Papers* - due October 1, 2018

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Full papers are up to eight camera-ready pages, including figures, but excluding references. Submissions longer than eight pages of content excluding references will be desk rejected and not reviewed. Accepted full papers will be published in the conference proceedings and presented in an oral session. The HRI conference is highly selective with a rigorous, two-stage review model that includes an in-person expert program committee meeting where papers are extensively discussed. As such, all submissions should be mature, polished, and detailed accounts of cutting-edge research. In cases of equally qualified papers, positive consideration will be given to submissions that address this year’s theme, “Collaborative HRI.” Authors are encouraged to consult the guide regarding submissions to HRI provided at http://humanrobotinteraction.org/2019/.

 

To facilitate quality interdisciplinary reviewing, and to inform reviewer selection, authors will be required to select one main theme and one optional second theme for their full paper submissions. The four themes for Full Papers are as follows:

 

*Human-Robot Interaction User Studies* targets research that provides data on, and analysis of, human-robot interaction in laboratory or in-the-wild interactions. Quantitative and/or qualitative methods and results are welcome, as well as both hypotheses-driven and exploratory work.


*Technical Advances in Human-Robot Interaction* targets research providing novel robot systems, algorithms, interface technologies, and computational methods supporting human-robot interaction. This includes contributions that enable robots to better understand, interact with, and collaborate with people, including collocated interaction and tele-operation.


*Human-Robot Interaction Design* targets research that makes a design-centric contribution to human-robot interaction. This includes the design of new robot morphologies and appearances, behavior paradigms, interaction techniques, and telepresence interfaces. Research on the design process itself, as well as research-through-design contributions are in scope.

 

*Theory and Methods in Human-Robot Interaction* targets research contributing to the understanding and study of fundamental human-robot interaction principles that span beyond individual robots, interfaces or projects. This includes the presentation of underlying interaction paradigms, theoretical concepts, new interpretations of known results, or new evaluation methodologies.

 

Authors are encouraged to review the extended call for papers on the conference website (http://humanrobotinteraction.org/2019/) for more information regarding the themes, including theme specific program committee, examples of past publications, and evaluation criteria.

 

*Tutorial and Workshop Proposals* - due October 1, 2018

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We invite you to organize a workshop or tutorial at HRI 2019. Tutorials and workshops will be held on March 11, 2019, one day before the main technical sessions. Please follow the formatting and submission instructions on the conference website. All submitted proposals will be subject to a review process.

 

*alt.HRI* - due December 1, 2018

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alt.HRI invites high-quality submissions that push the boundaries of human-robot interaction research and that have high potential for impact. The goal for alt.HRI is to broaden the scope of research presented at HRI, inviting thought-provoking work that might not otherwise be featured at the conference. alt.HRI work will be orally presented at the conference, included in the companion proceedings, and archived in the ACM and IEEE Xplore Digital Libraries.

 

*Late-Breaking Reports, Demonstrations, and Videos* - due December 1, 2018

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Authors are invited to submit entries for three further categories: (i) a late breaking and in-progress work as a Late-Breaking Report extended abstract, (ii) an at-conference Demonstration, and (iii) an entertaining and informative Video. Abstracts of accepted work will be published in the companion proceedings, and archived in the ACM and IEEE Xplore Digital Libraries.More information about each of these categories can be found in the conference website.

 

*Student Design Competition* - due December 1, 2018

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HRI 2019 will include a Student Design Competition, where student teams will develop interactive robotic objects that address this year’s conference theme of “Collaborative HRI.” We encourage teams to identify and focus on a particular interaction context, develop their own interactive robotic objects, and create scenarios that illustrate how their robots fit within the lives of the humans involved. The SDC emphasizes the design process in both project development and presentation.

 

Organizing Committee

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General Chairs (generalchair2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Jung Kim, KAIST, Korea

Adriana Tapus, ENSTA ParisTech, France

 

Program Chairs (programchair2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

David Sirkin, Stanford University, USA

Malte Jung, Cornell University, USA

Sonya S. Kwak, KAIST, Korea

 

Financial Chairs (financechairshri2019@gmail.com)

Jongsuk Choi, KIST, Korea

Cindy Bethel, Mississippi State University, USA

 

Local Arrangements Chairs (local2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Jinung An, DGIST, Korea

Soon Yong Park, Kyungpook National University, Korea

 

Workshop and Tutorial Chairs (workshop2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Silvia Rossi, University of Naples Federico II, Italy

François Ferland, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada

HirotakaOsawa, University of Tsukuba, Japan

 

Late Breaking Reports Chairs (lbr2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

HaticeGunes, University of Cambridge, UK

Brittany Duncan, University of Nebraska, USA

Harold Soh, National University of Singapore, Singapore

 

Video Session Chairs (video2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Chung Hyuk Park, George Washington University, USA

Elin A. Topp, Lund University, Sweden

Wendy Ju, Cornell Tech, USA

 

Publications Chairs (publication2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Haewon Park, MIT, USA

Paul Baxter, Lincoln University, UK

 

Fundraising & Exhibitions Chairs (industry2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Maha Salem, Google, UK

Jaeheung Park, Seoul National University, Korea

Sekyung Song, Future Robot, Korea

Aaron Steinfeld, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

 

Design & Web Chairs (web2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Dahyun Kang, EwhaWomans University, Korea

IoanaOcnarescu, Strate School of Design, France

Min-Gyu Kim, Korea Institute of Robot and Convergence, Korea

 

Publicity Chairs (publicity2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Bilge Mutlu, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Vanessa Evers, University of Twente, Netherlands

Yong Jo Cho, ETRI, Korea

 

Registration Chairs (registration2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Ho SeokAhn, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Yoonseob Lim, KIST, Korea

Heather Knight, Oregon State University, USA

 

Demo Chairs (demo2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Amit Kumar Pandey, Softbank Robotics Europe, France

Ki Wook Kyung, KAIST, Korea

Ross Mead, Semio, USA

 

Student Design Competition Chairs (sdc2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Agnieszka Wykowska, IIT, Italy

Guy Hoffman, Cornell University, USA

Yunkyung Kim, NASA, USA

 

alt.HRI Chairs (althri2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

FriederikeEyssel, Bielefeld University, Germany

James Young, University of Manitoba, Canada

Selma Šabanović, Indiana University, USA

 

Pioneer Chairs (pioneer2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Alexis Block, Max Planck Institute,Germany

Dylan Moore, Stanford University, USA

 

Telepresence Chairs (telepresence2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Pauline Chevalier, IIT, Italy

Paul Robinette, MIT, USA

 

Communication Chair (communication2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Ilhan Bae, KAIST, Korea

 

Student Volunteer Chairs (volunteers2019@humanrobotinteraction.org)

Yonjoo Kim, KAIST, Korea

EunJeongCheon, Indiana University, USA

Malcolm Doering, Osaka University, Japan



 
   
 

   

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