August 31, 2016

9:00-9:20 Introduction / Welcome

9:20-10:00 Invited talk #1: Jill Lehman, Disney Research
     Children Are Not Short Adults: 5 Problems in Search of Theses

10:00-10:30 Contributed talks (2):

  • Séverin Lemaignan, James Kennedy, Paul Baxter, and Tony Belpaeme: Towards “Machine-Learnable” Child-Robot Interactions: the PInSoRo Dataset
  • Braden McDorman, Caitlyn Clabaugh, and Maja Mataric: Attachment Theory in Long-Term Human-Robot Interaction

10:30-11:00 —Coffee Break---

11:00-11:40 Invited talk #2: Fumihide Tanaka, University of Tsukuba
     Issues in the Long-term Child-Robot Interaction: Answers to Organizers' Questions

11:40-12:20 Invited talk #3: Cynthia Breazeal, MIT

12:20-1:20 ---Lunch---

1:20-1:50 Contributed talks (2):

  • Markus Bajones, Cristina Zaga, Khiet Truong, Michael Zillich and Markus Vincze: On the road to long-term interaction between children and robots
  • Aditi Ramachandran and Brian Scassellati: Long-term Child-Robot Tutoring Interactions: Lessons Learned

1:50-2:30 Invited talk #4: Tony Belpaeme, Plymouth University
The Goldilocks zone of human-robot interaction: getting it just right

2:30-3:00 Contributed talks (2):

  • Mirjam de Haas, Paul Vogt, and Emiel Krahmer: Enhancing child-robot tutoring interactions with appropriate feedback
  • Daniel Davison, Vicky Charisi, Frances Wijnen, Andrea Papenmeier, Jan van der Meij, Dennis Reidsma and Vanessa Evers: Design challenges for long-term interaction with a robot in a science classroom

3:00-3:30 —Coffee Break---

3:30-4:30 Break-out session/Break-out session summaries

4:30-5:00 Closing