Workshop on Human-X Haptic Collaboration

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Workshop on Human-X Haptic Collaboration

Angelika Peer

A
BSTRACT

While haptic interaction with real, virtual, and remote environments is in the focus of the haptic community already since many years and
implies the exchange of motion and force signals between two systems, haptic collaboration additionally requires the communication and
negotiation of intentions, the building of mental models as well as the mutual adaptation of collaborating partners.
Typical applications for haptic collaboration range from the manipulation and handling of heavy and large objects as required in industrial
settings, the guidance of human limbs in rehabilitation, the assistance of humans in walking or performing complex manipulation tasks, the
teaching of motor skills, to social interaction with virtual agents. This workshop will focus on haptic collaboration in human-X
constellations where X stands for human, robot, or agent. Topics like haptic guidance, haptic shared control, mutual adaptation, learning as
well as intention recognition and negotiation in haptically collaborating human-human, human-robot, and human-agent dyads will be
discussed.
1 O
RGANIZERS

Angelika Peer
Institute of Automatic Control Engineering (LSR)
Technische Universität München
Theresienstraße 90/Building N5, 80333 München
Tel. +49-89-289-23412, Fax +49-89-289-28340
Email: angelika.peer@tum.de
2 L
IST OF PRESENTERS

Name

Affiliation

Status of confirmation

David Abbink

Biomechanical Engineering

TU Delft
confirmed

Ayse Kucukyilmaz/Cagatay Basdogan

College of
Engineering

Koc University

c
onfirmed


Dongheui Lee
Institute of Automatic Control Engineering

Technische Universität München

c
onfirmed

Karon MacLean

Dept. of Computer Science
c
onfirmed


University of British Columbia
Marcia O’Malley

Mechanical Engineerin
g and Materials Science Rice
University

c
onfirmed

Angelika Peer
Institute of Automatic Control Engineering

Technische Universität München

c
onfirmed

Endo Satoshi/Alan Wing

Human Movement Sensorimotor Neuroscience Lab

University of Birmingham
c
onfirmed


3 L
IST OF TOPICS

The workshop focuses on haptic collaboration in:
• human-human
• human-robot
• human-agent
configurations.
4 M
OTIVATION AND
O
BJECTIVES

Human-X haptic collaboration (X stands for human, robot, and agent) has applications in industrial settings, rehabilitation, motor skill
learning, walking assistance, teleoperation and virtual environments as well as social interaction. In contrast to haptic interaction, haptic
collaboration not only implies the exchange of motion and force signals between partners, but also the communication and negotiation of
intentions, the building of mental models as well as the mutual adaptation between partners. In this workshop we will discuss these
research topics in relation to human-human, human-robot, and human-agent dyads collaborating in real and virtual environments.
Since research in haptic collaboration is characterized by a high amount of interdisciplinarity we will bring together researchers from the
fields of haptics, behavioral studies, neuroscience, and human-robot interaction. One of the most relevant objectives is to become a contact
point for all people interested in this field. The workshop will provide an overview of recent advances in the field and it will form an ideal
environment where the emerging community can profitably meet and exchange ideas.
5 I
NTENDED AUDIENCE

This workshop is directed towards people working in haptic or physical human-robot interaction. As this field is very interdisciplinary, the
workshop tries to attract people working in the fields of haptics, telerobotics, autonomous robot control, motor-rehabilitation, behavioral
studies, neuroscience, and human-robot interaction.
6 T
ENTATIVE SCHEDULE AND AGENDA


Time

Presenter

Title

9:00


9:15

Angelika Peer

Welcome

9:15


9:45

Marcia O’Malley

Consi
derations for the Design and Implementation of Haptic Guidance
Architectures
9:45


10:15

Karon MacLean

Haptically Guiding Motion: Continuous Steering and Discrete Coordination in
Time and Space

10:15


10:45

Endo Satoshi/Alan Wing

Sensory
-
Motor Control
and Adaptation in Cooperative Action

PAUSE

11:00


11:30

Ayse Kucukyilmaz/Cagatay
Basdogan
Intention Recognition and Negotiation for Control Exchange in Haptic Human
-
Computer Collaboration
11:30


12:00

Angelika Peer

Haptic collaboration in human
-
human
and human
-
robot dyads

12:00


12:30

David Abbink

Haptic Shared Control, physically shifting between manual control and
automation
12:30


13:00

Dongheui Lee

Learning physical human robot interaction skills


7 R
ELATION TO FORMER WORKSHOPS
/
TUTORIALS

This workshop stays in close relation to two former workshops “Haptic human-robot interaction” and “Towards Autonomous Physical
Human-Robot Interaction” held at IROS 2009 and ICRA 2011. Both workshops have been co-organized by the organizer of the proposed
workshop. In contrast to these former events, this workshop focuses on all types of human-X configurations including human-human,
human-robot, and human-agent constellations.