September 24, 2021
Busch Student Center (The Cove)
The workshop is held annually as part of the NSF National Research Traineeship SOCRATES (Socially Cognizant Robotics for a Technology Enhanced Society) co-sponsored by DATA-INSPIRE (DATA science for INtelligent Systems and People Interaction), an NSF TRIPODS Institute based at Rutgers University (http://robotics.cs.rutgers.edu/data-inspire/)
Come listen to talks from the top industry leaders:
This annual robotics workshop is held for faculty, students, and industry representatives. The workshop will have both internal and external speakers as well as a poster session for students to present their robotics research. The workshop also features a panel for the discussion of ethics in robotics. Please join us on September 24th, 2021 at the Busch Student Center (The Cove).
Registration is required. The workshop has no fee. Please register via the following registration link below. We are planning in-person attendance, but we may have to limit the numbers. Information will be provided soon for virtual attendance options.
Registration for Robotics Workshop:
Registration for a Poster Session:
September 24, 2021 9am - 4pm
Location: Busch Student Center, The Cove
The SOCRATES NRT has assembled a Panel of Philosophers and Ethicists including Rutgers faculty Alex Guerrero, Susanna Schellenberg, Patrick Hill, and Brian McLaughlin.
The SOCRATES NRT has assembled an Industry Consortium with representatives from companies such as Amazon, Microsoft, SRI, Intelligent Automation.
For more information on the SOCRATES NRT, see https://robotics.rutgers.edu/
Friday, September 24, 2021
Introduction of SOCRATES and Rutgers talks
Clinton Andrews, Rutgers University
Kostas Bekris, Rutgers University
Kristin Dana, Rutgers University
Jacob Feldman, Rutgers University
Pernille Hemmer, Rutgers University
Aaron Mazzeo, Rutgers University
Hal Salzman, Rutgers University
Matthew Stone, Rutgers University
Jingang Yi, Rutgers University
The Resh Language & Runtime System for Orchestration of Autonomous Robots
Itai Segall, Nokia Bell Labs
What Amazon Robotics is doing and working on for the Future
Joey Durham, Amazon
AI-Enabled Smart Home, Smart Community and Smart City at Scale
Hui Cheng, Seedland Group
Human State Measurement, Augmented Reality and Assessment of Collaboration
Rakesh (Teddy) Kumar, SRI International
Robotics Research at Intelligent Automation, Inc. (IAI)
Yoichiro Endo, Intelligent Automation, Inc
Look, Listen and Feel: towards the next step for robot autonomy
Daewon Lee, Samsung AI Center-New York
Panel on Ethics in Robotics
Alex Guerrero, Rutgers University
T. Patrick Hill, Rutgers University
Susanna Schellenberg, Rutgers University
Presented in association with the DATA-INSPIRE TRIPODS Institute.