Human Activity and Behaviour Understanding: Dimensions of Human-Robot Social Interaction

Project Details


Human-robot social interaction plays a significant role to help aged, work with children having autism and patients finding physically or mentally difficult to perform tasks. The students will be involved in designing and developing such a framework for NAO robots within the department of Computer Science. They will be exposed to core skills of programming, software development and testing, data analysis and representation as well as soft skills (e.g. teamwork, communication, presentation, etc.) which would enhance their employability.
Effective start/end date3/07/171/08/17

Research Centres

  • Data and Complex Systems Research Centre

Research Groups

  • Visual Computing Lab


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