We will have multiple keynotes presentation during the workshop. More speakers to come.
Dr. Heather Knight is a Computer Science professor at Oregon State University. Her research interests include human-robot interaction, non-verbal machine communications and non-anthropomorphic social robots. She directs the CHARISMA* Research Lab, whose goal is to operationalize methods from the performing arts to make more charismatic robots. *Collaborative Humans and Robots: Interaction, Sociability, Machine Learning, and Art.
Prof. Jung Kim is a professor at Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST). His research interests include medical virtual reality, robotics, biomechanics, haptics bioinstrumentation, image-guided Surgery, tissue engineering, surgical tool for minimally invasive surgery, and medical robotics. He leads the 'Biorobotics lab', whose goal is to develop tools that improve training effects and performance in minimally invasive surgery and medical instrumentation.
Prof. Jeonghye Han is a professor at Cheongju National University of Education. Her research interests include human-robot interaction, robotic learning (r-Learning), robot assisted learning in r-Learning, user-built robotic learning in r-Learning, r-Learning services for edutainment, social and cognitive psychology of human-computer interaction, and dream education for children.