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Program at a glance.


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Designing the Robotic User Experience: Behavior and Appearance
Oct. 21, 13:30 – 14:30

Guy Hoffman, IDC Herzliya

Guy Hoffman,
IDC Herzliya

The Evolutionary Origins of Human Cognitive Development: Insights from Research on Chimpanzees
Oct. 22, 9:30 – 10:30

Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Kyoto University

Tetsuro Matsuzawa,
Kyoto University

Understanding Human Internal States: I Know Who You Are and What You Think
Oct. 23, 9:30 – 10:30

Soo-Young Lee


Workshop Information

Workshop on Cognitive Interaction Design | overview of CID


Program Schedule

Subject to changes



10:00 – 12:00 Campus tour
12:00 – 13:00 Registration
13:00 – 13:30 Opening Ceremony
13:30 – 14:30 Keynote: Designing the Robotic User Experience: Behavior and Appearance by Guy Hoffman
14:30 – 16:00 Oral Session 1: Supporting Work

  • Women and Men Collaborating with Robots on Assembly Lines: Designing A Novel Evaluation Scenario For Collocated Human-Robot Teamwork
    Stela H. Seo, Jihyang Gu, Seongmi Jeong, Keelin Griffin, James E. Young, Andrea Bunt, Susan Prentice

  • Transitional Explainer: Instruct Functions in the Real World and Onscreen
    Hirotaka Osawa, Wataru Kayano, Tomohiro Miura, Wataru Endo

  • Inspector Baxter: The Social Aspects of Integrating a Robot as a Quality Inspector in an Assembly Line
    Amy Banh, Daniel J. Rea, James E. Young, Ehud Sharlin

  • Flying Frustum: A Spatial Interface for Enhancing Human-UAV Awareness
    Nico Li, Stephen Cartwright, Aditya Shekhar Nittala, Ehud Sharlin, Mario Costa Sousa

30 minute break
16:30 – 18:00 Oral Session 2: Agency in the Real World

  • Using Video Preferences to Understand the Human Perception of Real and Fictional Robots
    Omar Mubin, Mohammad Obaid, Eduardo Sandoval, Morten Fjeld

  • Future Roles for Android Robots – Survey and Trial
    Tomoya Hoshikawa, Kohei Ogawa, Hiroshi Ishiguro

  • Expert on Wheels: An Approach to Remote Collaboration
    Elina Vartiainen, Veronika Domova, Marcus Englund

  • A Drone Agent to Support a Clean Environment
    Mohammad Obaid, Omar Mubin, Christina Basedow, Ayça Ünlüer, Matz Johansson Bergström, Morten Fjeld

18:00 – 19:30 Welcome Reception



9:00 – 9:30 Registration
9:30 – 10:30 Keynote: The Evolutionary Origins of Human Cognitive Development: Insights from Research on Chimpanzees by Tetsuro Matsuzawa
10:30 – 12:00 Oral Session 3: Modelling Minds

  • Effect of Action Abstraction Granularity on Intention Attribution in Robots
    Yuto Imamura, Kazunori Terada, Hideyuki Takahashi

  • Inferring Affective States by Involving Simple Robot Movements
    Genta Yoshioka, Yugo Takeuchi

  • Model of Agency Identification through Subconscious Embodied Interaction
    Takafumi Sakamoto, Yugo Takeuchi

1.5 hour lunch break
13:30 – 15:00 Oral Session 4: Social Interaction with Agents

  • Social appearance of virtual agent and  temporal contingency effect
    Hanju Lee, Yasuhiro Kanakogi, Kazuo Hiraki

  • Do infants consider a robot as a social partner in collaborative activity?
    Yunhee Park, Shoji Itakura, Annette M. E. Henderson, Takayuki Kanda, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Naoki Furuhata

  • Spatial Communication and Recognition in Human-agent Interaction using the Motion Parallax-based 3DCG Virtual Agent
    Naoto Yoshida, Tomoko Yonezawa

  • The Effect of An Animated Virtual Character on Mobile Chat Interactions
    Sin-Hwa Kang, Andrew Feng, Anton Leuski, Dan Casas, Ari Shapiro

30 minute break
15:30 – 18:30 Poster Session / Workshop 1 – Lobby, 1F Conference Hall 1, KNU Global Plaza

  • p-100 Transitions of User Internal States by Transitions of Agent States
    Seiji Yamada

  • p-101 Constructing the Corpus of Infant-Directed Speech and Infant-Like Robot-Directed Speech
    Ryuji Nakamura

  • p-102 Humor Utterance Generation for Non-task-oriented Dialogue Systems
    Shohei Fujikura

  • p-104 Food Image Recognition by Using Bag-of-SURF Features and HOG Features
    Ahmed Almarzooqi (Tokai University, Japan

  • p-107 Hi, It’s Me Again! : Virtual Coaches over Mobile Video
    Sin-Hwa Kang

  • p-109 Effect of Embodied Cognition on an Impression of a Robot
    Misa Yoshizaki

  • p-110 Keep Your Chin Up When You Want to Believe in Future Rewards: The Effect of Facial Direction on Discount Factors
    Atsushi Hirota

  • p-112 E-Gaze: Create Gaze Communication for People with Visual Disability
    Shi Qiu

  • p-115 Performance Evaluation of Tile Coding in Reinforcement Learning
    Kenji Ota

  • p-118 Food Image Recognition by Using Bag of SURF – Color Features
    Abdulrahman Alameri

  • p-126 Time Delay Effect on Social Interaction Dynamics
    Hiroyuki Iizuka

  • p-130 Personification Aspect of Conversational Agents as Representations of a Physical Object
    Akihito Yoshii

  • p-131 Towards Industrial Robot Learning from Demonstration
    Yan Wu

  • p-140 Using Adaptive Mobile Agents in Games Based Scenarios to Facilitate Foreign Language Word Learning
    Omar Mubin

  • p-146 Shared Presence and Collaboration Using a Co-Located Humanoid Robot
    Daniel J. Rea

  • p-147 Pedestrian Detection by Using FAST-HOG Features
    Batoul Bani Hashem

  • p-156 Face Recognition by Using SURF Features with Block-Based Bag of Feature Models
    Ahmed Bani Hashem

  • p-160 INTER – An App for Intercultural Communication
    Jie Sun

  • p-167 An Anthropomorphic Approach to Presenting Information on Demand Response Reflecting Household’s Environmental Moral
    Tomonori Nakayama

  • p-172 Enabling Disaster Early Warning via a Configurable Data Collection Framework and Real-time Analytics
    Young-Woo Kwon

  • w-1 Smart Textbooks using the Smart Devices and Projector
    Jaechan Na

  • w-2 Development of Location Tracking System of Dynamic Object using Ultra Wide Band Sensor -Mainly applied to the Stage Technology by Immersive Media
    Dong-Gi Kim, Seok-Jun Lee, Yu-Mi Ahn, Dong-Hyun Kim

  • w-3 Improved Immersive Environment for Spectators in Interactive Media Art Contents
    Donghyun Kim

  • w-4 DNA world; Storytelling of DNA Formation and 3D Graphics Control via Gesture Interaction
    Youyoung Kim, Hyeokgyu Gwon

  • w-5 Media Façade Platform with Social Relationship in Public Arts
    Seungeun Jang

  • w-6 Three-dimensional Representation of Notable Paintings using Zbrush and 3D Printer
    Bae Moon-kyoung

  • w-7 A Technique to Share Screen among Various Devices and its Artwork Applications
    Hao Ren

  • w-8 Reconstituted Place of Memory using Projection Mapping and Sound Interaction :Based on analysis of
    Sang Hee Seo

  • w-9 Interactive Art to convert Image Data to Sound in Real-Time
    Hyeokgyu Gwon

  • w-10 Artistic Presentation of ‘Korean Style Landscape’ using Sound of a Korean Percussion Instrument
    Eungyeong Yu

  • w-11 Augmented Reality Storytelling in 3D Scientific Heritage Archives using Smart Devices
    Yoonjeong Kang, Jihyang Kim, Jaeha Lyu

18:30 – 19:30 Gala Dinner



9:00 – 9:30 Registration
9:30 – 10:30 Keynote: Understanding Human Internal States: I Know Who You Are and What You Think by Soo-Young lee
10:30 – 12:00 Oral Session 5: Learning

  • Building Pedagogical Relationships Between Humans and Robots in Natural Interactions
    Hirofumi Okazaki, Yusuke Kanai, Masa Ogata, Komei Hasegawa, Kentaro Ishii, Michita Imai

  • Development of intelligent learning tool for improving foreign language skills based on EEG and Eye tracker
    Jun-Su Kang, Amitash Ojha, Minho Lee

  • Feel as Agent: Immersive Dollhouse Enhances Sociality of Children with Developmental Disorders
    Midori Sugaya, Yoshiko Okada, Hirotaka Osawa, Irini GIANNOPULU

  • Influence of Social Communication Skills on Collaborative Learning with a Pedagogical Agent: Investigation Based on the Autism-spectrum Quotient
    Yugo Hayashi

1.5 hour lunch break
13:30 – 16:30 Poster Session

  • p-103 Measuring similarity between matrix objects for pattern recognition
    Hyeyoung Park

  • p-106 Implementation of Doorlock System Using Face Recognition
    Giljin Jang

  • p-108 An Empirical Path Loss Model for Indoor Environments in 2.4 GHz 802.11n Networks
    Minsoo Jang

  • p-121 Deformation invariant and contactless palmprint recognition using convolutional neural network
    Amin Jalali

  • p-122 Generation Music from an Image
    Gwenaelle C. Sergio

  • p-127 Outreach Education Utilizing Humanoid Type Agent Robots
    Minhyuk Park

  • p-128 Gaze analysis of avatar-based navigation with different perspectives in 3D virtual space
    Manri Cheon

  • p-129 EEG Analysis on 3D Navigation in Virtual Realty with Different Perspectives
    Manri Cheon

  • p-132 Facial Expression training system using Bilinear Shape Model
    Byung-Hwa Park

  • p-133 A Fast Training Algorithm of Multiple-Timescale Recurrent Neural Network for Agent Motion Generation
    Zhibin Yu

  • p-134 The Effect of Human Avatars’ Facial Similarity on Users’ Sense of Co-presence
    Doohwang Lee

  • p-135 Application of Intelligent Product Design on STEAM Education
    Chaehyun Baek

  • p-139 Active learning for large-scale object classification: from exploration to exploitation
    Ho-Gyeong Kim

  • p-141 Pictogram generator from Korean sentences using emoticon and saliency map
    Jihun Kim

  • p-142 A Method for Speech Dereverberation Based on an Image Deblurring Algorithm Using the Prior of Speech Magnitude Gradient Distribution in the Time-Frequency Domain
    Hyung-Min Park

  • p-143 A Preliminary Study on Human Trust Measurements by EEG for Human-Machine Interactions
    Suh-Yeon Dong

  • p-144 Integration of Capillary Devices in the Smart Society based on Web of Things
    Awais Ahmad

  • p-148 Real Time Hand Gesture Recognition Using Random Forest and Linear Discriminant Analysis
    Sangjun O

  • p-149 A glass-type agent for human memory assistance for face recognition
    Jonghong Kim

  • p-150 Monitoring Driver’s Cognitive Status Based on Integration of Internal and External Information
    Seonggyu Kim

  • p-151 Concentration Monitoring for Intelligent Tutoring System Based on Pupil and Eye-blink
    Giyoung Lee

  • p-152 Implicit Shopping Intention Recognition with Eye Tracking Data and Response Time
    Dong-Gun Lee

  • p-153 Human-Robot Interaction using Intention Recognition
    Sangwook Kim

  • p-154 Smart Air-Purification and Humidification by a Mobile Robot toward Smart Home Environment
    Jeong-Yean Yang

  • p-155 Implementation of Voice Emotion Recognition for Interaction with Mobile Agent
    Jeong-Sik Park

  • p-158 I-get: A Creativity Assistance Tool to Generate Perceptual Pictorial Metaphors
    Amitash Ojha

  • p-159 How People Perceive Human- and Product-like Robots: Cross-cultural Analysis Between Japan and Korea
    Hyewon Lee

  • p-163 Kinematic Analysis of Motor Axis Alignment on Humanoid Shoulder for Greeting
    Chan-Soon Lim

  • p-166 Improving Performance of Facial Expression Recognition using Multi-task Learning of Neural Networks
    Changhun Hyun

  • p-169 Analyzing Human Behavioral Data to Interact with Restaurant Server Agents
    Eun-Sol Kim

16:30 – 18:00 Oral Session 6: Assistive and Active Technologies

  • QikRehab – An Interactive Upper Limb Rehab Device For Old Adults
    Jie Sun

  • Smart Cane: Face Recognition System for Blind
    Yongsik Jin, Jonghong Kim, Bumhwi Kim, Rammohan Mallipeddi, Minho Lee

  • DECoReS: Degree Expressional Command Reproducing System for Autonomous Wheelchairs
    Komei Hasegawa, Seigo Furuya, Yusuke Kanai, Michita Imai

  • Long-Term Feedback Mechanisms for Robotic Assisted Indoor Cycling Training
    Sebastian Schneider, Luise Süssenbach , Ingmar Berger, Franz Kummert

18:00 – 19:00 Closing & Awards



9:00 – 12:30 Workshop 2 – Room 104, 1F IT2 Building (College of IT Engineering)
All Day – Social Program