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Mari Velonaki
Mari Velonaki
Professor of Social Robotics UNSW, Adjunct Professor USYD
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Artificial skin and tactile sensing for socially interactive robots: A review
D Silvera-Tawil, D Rye, M Velonaki
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 63, 230-243, 2015
2462015
Electrical impedance tomography for artificial sensitive robotic skin: A review
D Silvera-Tawil, D Rye, M Soleimani, M Velonaki
IEEE Sensors Journal 15 (4), 2001-2016, 2014
1762014
Unsupervised clustering of people from'skeleton'data
A Ball, D Rye, F Ramos, M Velonaki
Proceedings of the seventh annual ACM/IEEE international conference on Human …, 2012
1362012
Interpretation of the modality of touch on an artificial arm covered with an EIT-based sensitive skin
D Silvera Tawil, D Rye, M Velonaki
The International Journal of Robotics Research 31 (13), 1627-1641, 2012
1172012
Improved image reconstruction for an EIT-based sensitive skin with multiple internal electrodes
DS Tawil, D Rye, M Velonaki
IEEE Transactions on Robotics 27 (3), 425-435, 2011
1092011
Interpretation of social touch on an artificial arm covered with an EIT-based sensitive skin
D Silvera-Tawil, D Rye, M Velonaki
International Journal of Social Robotics 6 (4), 489-505, 2014
882014
Perception of an android robot in Japan and Australia: A cross-cultural comparison
KS Haring, D Silvera-Tawil, Y Matsumoto, M Velonaki, K Watanabe
Social Robotics: 6th International Conference, ICSR 2014, Sydney, NSW …, 2014
842014
FFAB—The form function attribution bias in human–robot interaction
KS Haring, K Watanabe, M Velonaki, CC Tossell, V Finomore
IEEE Transactions on Cognitive and Developmental Systems 10 (4), 843-851, 2018
712018
How people perceive different robot types: A direct comparison of an android, humanoid, and non-biomimetic robot
KS Haring, D Silvera-Tawil, T Takahashi, K Watanabe, M Velonaki
2016 8th international conference on knowledge and smart technology (kst …, 2016
592016
Touch modality interpretation for an EIT-based sensitive skin
DS Tawil, D Rye, M Velonaki
2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 3770-3776, 2011
582011
The influence of robot appearance and interactive ability in HRI: a cross-cultural study
KS Haring, D Silvera-Tawil, K Watanabe, M Velonaki
Social Robotics: 8th International Conference, ICSR 2016, Kansas City, MO …, 2016
422016
Smooth operator: Tuning robot perception through artificial movement sound
FA Robinson, M Velonaki, O Bown
Proceedings of the 2021 ACM/IEEE international conference on human-robot …, 2021
392021
Can robots make us better humans? Virtuous robotics and the good life with artificial agents
ML Cappuccio, EB Sandoval, O Mubin, M Obaid, M Velonaki
International Journal of Social Robotics 13, 7-22, 2021
322021
Perception of a humanoid robot: a cross-cultural comparison
KS Haring, D Silvera-Tawil, T Takahashi, M Velonaki, K Watanabe
2015 24th IEEE international symposium on robot and human interactive …, 2015
282015
Designing sound for social robots: Candidate design principles
FA Robinson, O Bown, M Velonaki
International Journal of Social Robotics 14 (6), 1507-1525, 2022
262022
Group comfortability when a robot approaches
A Ball, D Silvera-Tawil, D Rye, M Velonaki
Social Robotics: 6th International Conference, ICSR 2014, Sydney, NSW …, 2014
262014
Improved EIT drive patterns for a robotics sensitive skin
DS Tawil, D Rye, M Velonaki
Proceeding of australasian conference on robotics and automation (acra), 2-4, 2009
252009
Changes in perception of a small humanoid robot
KS Haring, K Watanabe, D Silvera-Tawil, M Velonaki, T Takahashi
2015 6th international conference on automation, robotics and applications …, 2015
222015
Group vs. individual comfort when a robot approaches
A Ball, D Rye, D Silvera-Tawil, M Velonaki
Social Robotics: 7th International Conference, ICSR 2015, Paris, France …, 2015
172015
Ordered interpersonal synchronisation in ASD children via robots
I Giannopulu, A Etournaud, K Terada, M Velonaki, T Watanabe
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 17380, 2020
162020
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