Daisuke Chugo

Kwansei Gakuin UniversityJapan

Daisuke Chugo, Associate Professor, School of Science and Technology, Department of Human System Interaction. Born in 1976. Graduated from the Department of Mechanical Engineering in the Faculty of Science and Technology at Tokyo University of Science. Completed the Master’s Course in Mechanical Engineering from the Graduate School of Science and Technology in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Tokyo University of Science. Completed the Doctoral Course in Mathematics, Electronics and Informatics from the Graduate School of Science and Engineering at Saitama University. Received his Ph.D. in engineering. In 2009, became an Assistant Professor in the School of Science and Technology at Kwansei Gakuin University after serving in such positions as researcher in a Tokyo University research facility and Assistant Professor in the Graduate School of Information Systems at The University of Electro-Communications. Assumed his current position in 2013. Has received numerous awards from, and presented numerous papers at, international conferences.

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Human-robot interaction (HRI) is the study of interactions between people (users) and robots. HRI is multidisciplinary with contributions from the fields of human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, robotics, speech recognition, and social sciences (psychology, cognitive science, anthropology, and human factors). There has been a great deal of work done in the area of human-robot interaction to understand how a human interacts with a computer. However, there has been very little work done in understanding how people interact with robots. For robots becoming our friends, these studies will be required more and more.

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