Project Details


Developing an alternative paradigm in the field of human-robot interaction to current humanoid and sociable robots, we identify new principles for human-robot interaction based in multimodal intersubjectivity and sensorimotor coordination. The aim is to design efficient, flexible, adaptive, sustainable and functional robots that learn to assist human in their daily chores.
Effective start/end date2016/04/042021/04/03

UKÄ subject classification

  • Philosophy
  • Psychology (excluding Applied Psychology)
  • Robotics

Free keywords

  • Social and Assistive Robotics
  • Intersubjectivity
  • Coordination
  • Recognition
  • Cooperation
  • Cognitive science
  • Social norms