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Human-Robot Interaction Group

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The HRI Group is a loose federation of researchers in a variety of departments who are focused on advancing the science of human-robot interaction. HRI is a critical component to the success, acceptance, and capability of robot systems. We are interested in many aspects related to how humans and robots can work safely and effectively together.

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The goal of this project is to improve human-robot interaction by using anthropological resesarch...

We are developing robots that can participate in coordinated rhythmic social interactions with p...

We seek to provide the field of Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) with collaborative mechanisms and me...

The Grace project is a collaboration among several schools and research labs to design a robot c...

QoLT is a unique partnership between Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh that brings...

We are researching and developing methods to empower consumers and service providers in the design...

The focus of the RADAR project is to build a cognitive...

In collaboration with the Drama Department, we are developing technology for long-term social in...

The Snackbot is a mobile robot designed to deliver food to the offices at CMU while engaging in me...

We are developing robots with personality.

We are developing a method of medical visualization that merges real time ultrasound images with d...

The TRESTLE project is developing the architectural framework necessary to coordinate robots perfo...

To design, create, and disseminate robotics curricula and technologies that motivate young women a...

This collaboration with the UMass Lowell Robotics Lab s...

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