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Student Projects

Master theses:

  • Fucinato, Karen Marie (2021): Using Robots and Charismatic Prosody to Promote Creativity and Enhance Team Performance. Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Sandu, Diana-Andreea (2021): Connecting People around Sustainability. Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • den Boer, Sarah and Krastins, Edgars (2021): The design of a MyFitnessPal feature that helps users to maintain weight, after reaching their goals. Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Eisenberger, Selina Sara (2021): Quantitative data on resource consumption: data visualization for inducing behaviour change. Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Kouroumtzis, Nicolas (2021): Transmedia Storytelling and Digital Tools: Engagement and Participation.  Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Jelinek, Matous (2021): The Effect of the Social Robot Haru on Behavior Change Coaching. Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Damsgaard Nissen, Lotte (2020): Applying Pragmatic Strategies in Human-Robot Interaction. Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Depka Prondzinska, Alicja (2019): Feedback giving across cultures. Are there differences in the ways positive and negative feedback is given in countries of geographical proximity like Denmark, Germany, and Poland? Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Bonin, Francesca & Conti, Francesca (2019): What is expertise in League of Legends: Web Scraping and Think-Aloud methods applied to LoL. Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Rogovenko, Jekaterina (2019): The digital generation and Instagram: Stories, timeline and social media usage. Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Lapsa, Gundega (2019): Introducing the consequences of a missing absolute risk. A browser plugin for the lay audience. Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Njuguna, Charles Bille (2019): Communicating Risk and Data Privacy Issues. Master thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Weigelin, Bente (2018): Robotrainer: Testing and Improving the Interface. Master Thesis, University of Southern Denmark. (in collaboration with Jacob Nielsen)

  • Kryvous, Anna (2018): Language Aspects of the social perception of Robots: Frog Experiment. University of Aarhus. (in collaboration with Riccardo Fusaroli)

  • Petersen, Nadine (2018): “This weather makes me really depressed” – Situational Awareness and Persuasion in Human-Robot Interaction. Master Thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Langedijk, Rosalyn (2017): "Use Case Entwicklung – aber wie?" Training in ethnographischer Observation, Datenerhebung und –auswertung. Master Thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Hanna Mareike Weigelin (2017): Meeting Future Societal Challenges with Service Robots An Investigation into Robot-Based Blood Pressure Measurements as Use Case. Master's Thesis, MMMI, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Jensen, Lars C. (2015): How Robots Become Social Actors. Master Thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Sarac-Isilik, Sibel (2015): Can We Trust Robots? Increasing trust in human-robot interaction. Master Thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Strupka, Eszter (2015): Gender and Culture Effects in Human-Robot Interaction: An acoustic-prosodic analysis. Master Thesis, University of Southern Denmark.  

  • Kirstein, Franziska (2014): Comparing Control Modalities for Robot Learning from Demonstration. Master Thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • aus der Wieschen, Maria (2014): Exploring Feedback Modalities for Robot Teleoperation. Master Thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Marhenke, Ilka (2013): Interface Design for Robot Learning from Demonstration. Master Thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

Bachelor theses:

  • Tabea Alexandra Zweig (2017):How hesitation serves teaching: explaining complex ideas with and without pauses. BA Thesis, University of Southern Denmark.

Student projects accepted for publication:

  • Aarestrup, Maria Ibh Crone, Lars C. Jensen & Kerstin Fischer: The Sound Makes the Greeting: Interpersonal Functions of Intonation in Human-Robot Interaction. AAAI Symposium on Turn-taking and Coordination in Human-Machine Interaction, Stanford, March 2015.

  • Andersen, Kamilla Egedal, Simon Köslich, Bjarke Maigaard Pedersen, Bente Charlotte Weigelin, and Lars Christian Jensen (2017). Do We Blindly Trust Self-Driving Cars?.  In: The Twelfth ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human Robot Interaction, Late-Breaking Report.[.pdf]

  • Aus der Wieschen, Maria, Fischer, Kerstin & Kuklinsky, Kamil (2014): Intuitive Error Resolution Strategies during Robot Demonstration. Late Breaking Results HRI’14, Bielefeld, Germany, pp. 120-121.

  • Jensen, Laura Uhrlund, Winter, Trine Straarup, Jørgensen, Rasmus Reinholt Mørch, Hellestrup, Didde Marie, Jensen, Lars Christian (2016). Maintaining Trust While Fixated to a Rehabilitative Robot. Late Breaking Report HRI'16, Christchurch, NZ, pp. 443-444. [.pdf]

  • Kirstein, Franziska, Fischer, Kerstin & Solvason, Dorthe (2014): Human Embodiment Creates Problems for Robot Learning by Demonstration Using a Control Panel. Late Breaking Results HRI’14, Bielefeld, Germany, pp. 212-213.

  • Strupka, Eszter, Niebuhr, Oliver and Fischer, Kerstin (2016). Influence of Robot Gender and Speaker Gender on Prosodic Entrainment in HRI. Interactive Session at the IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2016), New York City.

Other student projects:

  • Toth, Patricia Z., Kwong, Joanna & Piórkowska, Katarzyna (2021): Electric Vehicle owners' charging habits to prevent power grid overload. User Studies Course Project.

  • Aarestrup, Maria (2014): Greetings and Intonation Contours in Human-Robot Interaction. Institute for Design and Communication, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Frederiksen, Nicklas and Petersen, Rasmus (2015). Usability Research with an Augmented Foam Ball: How Feedback Mechanisms can Affect Users' Perception of a System. Mærsk-McKinney Møller Institute,University of Southern Denmark.

  • Isakson, Johan, Vestergaard, Henning, Petersen, Stefan, and Borges, Malte Gynther (2015). Universal RoboTrainer: Gamification of Rehabilitation. Mærsk-McKinney Møller Institute,University of Southern Denmark.

  • Jakobsen, Martin Réne, Bunkenborg, Nanna, Petersen, Rasmus Gorm, and Therkildsen, Sacha Kjærhus (2015). What do we do NAO? A Study in Robot Task Giving. Mærsk-McKinney Møller Institute,University of Southern Denmark.

  • Jensen, Anders, Jensen, Rasmus, Hansen, Jacob Lohse, Rasmussen, and Julia Højgaard (2015). Signalling and Communicating the Attention of a Robot During Interaction. Mærsk-McKinney Møller Institute,University of Southern Denmark.

  • Jensen, Laura Uhrlund, Winter, Trine Straarup, Jørgensen, Rasmus Reinholt Mørch, Hellestrup, Didde Marie (2015). Maintaining Trust While Fixated to a Rehabilitative Robot. Mærsk-McKinney Møller Institute,University of Southern Denmark.

  • Li, Biqi (2014): How Should a Robot Apologize? Institute for Design and Communication, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Sarac-Isilik, Sibel (2014): The Perception of Leaning Gestures in the Care-O-Bot. Institute for Design and Communication, University of Southern Denmark.

  • Thøger, Bjarke, Weigelin Hanna Mareike, Statoua, Kenza Faten, Ajjawi, Samah Ali and Juul, Simon Ryan (2015). Investigating the Effect of Feedback with Regards to User Opinion and Time Effeciency. Mærsk-McKinney Møller Institute,University of Southern Denmark.

  • Wulff, Juri, Hahn, Casper, Høg Sørensen, Jacob, and Kettelz, Tobias Normann (2015). Usability in Modular Robots: Looking Into Design Principles in the Design of Modular Robotics. Mærsk-McKinney Møller Institute,University of Southern Denmark.

 

 


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