Congratulations to Prof. Gordon Cheng and his collaborators, their publication on "Perception and Evaluation in Human–Robot Interaction: The Human–Robot Interaction Evaluation Scale (HRIES)—A Multicomponent Approach of Anthropomorphism" is now published in the International... [more]

Doctoral Research Seminar on "Intuitive Task-Level Programming by Demonstration through Semantic Skill Recognition" by Franz Steinmetz, Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics/ DLR. Abstract: Intuitive robot programming for non-experts will be essential to increasing automation... [more]

Congratulations to Prof. Gordon Cheng and our former colleague Pablo Lanillos, their paper on "An empirical study of active inference on a humanoid robot" has been published in the journal IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems as early access. The paper... [more]

Doctoral research seminar on: "Enabling Robots to Learn Autonomous Decision Making from Humans" by Christoph Willibald, HCR/TUM Abstract: Conventional robot programming methods are not suited for non-experts to intuitively teach robots conditional tasks that involve decisions... [more]

Combining neuroscience and robotic research has gained impressive results in the rehabilitation of paraplegic patients. A research team led by Prof. Gordon Cheng from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) was able to show that exoskeleton training not only helped patients to... [more]