Social Robots

We strive to make robots behave as socially appropriate as possible in a given situation. The basis for modeling such behavior is the in-depth analysis of human-human and human-robot interaction from a social science point of view, taking the user, the system, and the situation into account. Our work results in autonomous robots that are social and that can assist humans in their life, with applications ranging from helping the elderly in their homes to engaging visitors in outdoor touristic sites.


The following HMI-members are working on Social Robots:

Former HMI-members:




Student Information

Students can find information about assignments:
[ final project ] [ Capita selecta and Research Topics ] at our Msc webpages.

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