News

The SydCHI Local Chapter just got accepted

Super excited about the new SydCHI local chapter. Stay tune!

Best Demo Award at HRI 2020!

Our international team received the best demo award at @HRI2020 @dillenbo @AnaraSandy! #SNSF #CoKaz http://humanrobotinteraction.org/2020/best-paper-awards/

[HRI2020 Paper Accepted!] on Transposing CoWriter to Learning the New Kazakh Alphabet

Best Reviewer Award for ICCE

I am hounoured that the 27th International Conference on Computers in Education awarded me with the Best Reviewer Award.

http://ilt.nutn.edu.tw/icce2019/04_Best%20Reviewer%20Award.html

4 Full Papers Presented @RoMan 2019, New Delhi!

I was very glad to meet my colleagues and friends at RoMan. We presented four papers and enjoyed a day off in Jaipur.

The iReCheck project accepted!

The iReCheck project submitted last April will be funded by the French ANR and the Swiss NSF. The goal of the project is to explore the learning by teaching sceanrio proposed in the cowriter project in with both performance and social adaptation, and with TD learners and learners with NDD. The project brings educational expertise of the EPFL team with the NDD expertise of the French partners to build a system that can suit all types of learners.

Bridging multi-level time scales for HRI analysis

You collected Gigabits of multi-modal data from an #HRI experiment? Check out our new paper on THRI proposing an analysis framework based on Newells’ time scales. w T. Asselborn, K. Sharma &
@dillenbo https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3338809 #HRI2020 #humanrobotinteraction

First day at UNSW as Lecturer (Assistant Prof)

Officially starting at @UNSWEngineering today. Looking forward to this exciting adventure! Stay tuned, Phd job offers coming soon.

Alex's Bachelor Design Presentation

Super excited about the presentation of my first design intern. It’s been a fruitful experience to work with him this past few months. Bravo Alex! #epfl #ecal

London/Brighton UK, One week workshop, Find you Voice project

The Find your Voice project (seed project, funded by the Jacobs Foundation and the SRCD) aims to investigate the potential use of voice assistant/robot to train children on joke telling to improve their self-confidence and language literacy. A whole week workshop ehlp us to clearly set objectives for the first part of teh project. We conducted a small literature review and discussed the mini projects to be conducted by Mai 2020.