Kerstin Severinson-Eklundh

List of John Benjamins publications for which Kerstin Severinson-Eklundh plays a role.

Book series


Kristoffersson, Annica, Silvia Coradeschi, Amy Loutfi and Kerstin Severinson-Eklundh. 2014. Assessment of interaction quality in mobile robotic telepresence: An elderly perspective. Interaction Studies 15:2, pp. 343–357
In this paper, we focus on spatial formations when interacting via mobile robotic telepresence (MRP) systems. Previous research has found that those who used a MRP system to make a remote visit (pilot users) tended to use different spatial formations from what is typical in human-human interaction.… read more | Article
Bogdan, Cristian, Dominik Ertl, Helge Hüttenrauch, Michael Göller, Anders Green, Kerstin Severinson-Eklundh, Jürgen Falb and Hermann Kaindl. 2011. Evaluation of robot body movements supporting communication: Towards HRI on the move. New Frontiers in Human–Robot Interaction, Dautenhahn, Kerstin and Joe Saunders (eds.), pp. 185–210
In designing socially interactive robots we have focused on robot movement and its role in multi-modal human-robot communication. In this chapter we describe design and evaluation of robot body movements supporting communication, investigating the idea of using speed and orientation adjustments as… read more | Article
Hüttenrauch, Helge, Elin A. Topp and Kerstin Severinson-Eklundh. 2009. The Art of Gate-Crashing: Bringing HRI into users’ homes. Robots in the Wild: Exploring human-robot interaction in naturalistic environments, Dautenhahn, Kerstin (ed.), pp. 274–297
Special purpose service robots have already entered the market and their users’ homes. Also the idea of the general purpose service robot or personal robot companion is increasingly discussed and investigated. To probe human–robot interaction with a mobile robot in arbitrary domestic settings, we… read more | Article
A mobile service robot performing a task for its user(s) might not be able to accomplish its mission without help from other people present in the shared environment. In previous research, collaborative control has been studied as an interactive mode of operation with a robot, compensating for its… read more | Article