Can people form emotional connections with robots? Come and find out for yourself at the University of Canterbury Human Interface Technology Lab’s (HITLab) showcase at the Big Science Day, this Saturday. ‘Humanoids’ Kant, Aristotle and Socrates will..
We are looking for a new PhD student in Human-Robot Interaction. The application deadline is September 15th, 2016. Please consider applying.
We have a summer research scholarship available for a University of Canterbury student. Check out the project description and please consider applying.
We are proud of our latest PhD graduate: Eduardo Benitez Sandoval! His thesis “Reciprocity in human robot interaction” has been a true success and chapters of his thesis have been published at the International Journal on Social Robotics as well a..
Jürgen Brandstetter successfully defended his dissertation today in his PhD oral examination. Heartiest congratulations! Here’s the abstract of this dissertation: Until now, the HRI community generated a lot of knowledge on how one robot af..
Associate Professor Christoph Bartneck has started a new podcast series on human-robot interaction. It focuses on how humans and robots interact with each other. He explores this relationship with philosophers, engineers, psychologist and artists. He will..
The HIT Lab NZ offers congratulations to Arifah Addison on the completion of her Master of Human Interface Technology titled “Robots and Racism: Examining Racial Bias towards Robots”. Well done! We would like to thank her supervisors Christoph..