Personal Robots researchers win Best Paper at HRI 2024


Photo by Milad Fakurian on Unsplash

Photo by Milad Fakurian on Unsplash

Researchers from the Personal Robots group, including Huili Chen, SharifaAlghowinem, Hae Won Park, and group head Cynthia Breazeal, won Best Paper: Theory + Methods at the 2024 Human Robot Interaction (HRI) conference. Their paper is titled "Integrating Flow Theory and Adaptive Robot Roles: A Conceptual Model of Dynamic Robot Role Adaptation for the Enhanced Flow Experience in Long-term Multi-person Human-Robot Interactions."

This year marked the 19th annual conference and was held in-person and virtually in Boulder, Colorado. The conference theme for HRI 2024 was “HRI in the real world” and focused on key HRI theories, designs, studies, systems, and technical advances that aim to bring HRI out of the lab and into everyday life.

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