To foster diversity, we invited both senior and starting researchers as speakers from a wide variety of disciplines. The workshop featured an eclectic mix of keynote lectures, talks and poster presentations revolving around several themes, including ‘Theoretical/Technical Foundations', ‘Neural Mechanisms’ and ‘Developmental and Clinical Aspects’ of Human-Robot Interaction. During the workshop students, postdoctoral and senior researchers discussed their latest research on the border between social neuroscience and social robotics during the poster session.
- Martin Giese University of Tübingen
- Ayşe Saygin University of California, San Diego
- Thierry Chaminade Aix-Marseille University
- Goren Gordon Tel-Aviv University
Other speakers included:
Organising committee: Ruud Hortensius and Emily Cross, Bangor University.
This workshop was a segue to the popular Social Cognition workshops held at Bangor University (2015) and the University of Surrey (2014).