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Topic: Advances in Human-Assistive Technologies and Human-Robot Interactions

A special issue of Intelligence & Robotics

ISSN 2770-3541 (Online)

Submission deadline: 31 Mar 2023

Guest Editor(s)

  • Prof. Jinhua She

    School of Engineering, Tokyo University of Technology, Tokyo, Japan.

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  • Prof. Daisuke Chugo

    School of Engineering, Kwansei Gakuin University, Hyogo, Japan.

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  • Prof. Sho Yokota

    Faculty of Science and Engineering, Toyo University, Saitama, Japan.

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Special Issue Introduction

Telerobotics, assistive robotics, rehabilitation robotics, and related technologies, as well as human-system interactions, provide safe and secure technical assistance in the caregiving process. This improves patient well-being and reduces the burden on caregivers. Recent achievements and improvements in bionics, health science, information science, cognitive theory, system theory, robotics, system integration, etc., give big breakthroughs in this field. The central focus of this special issue is cutting-edge studies and advanced technologies in the aforementioned areas. It includes:
● Actuators and sensors
● Artificial intelligence
● Bio-signal processing and understanding
● Development of new sensing methodologies
● Ethical aspects of welfare robotics
● Haptic
● High-throughput technology
● Human strength
● Intelligent communication
● Intelligent control
● Interaction modeling for human and robot
● Motion control
● Motor function
● Multimodal interaction
● Person-centered care
● Real-time and bio-inspired feedback
● Robotic exoskeleton
● Role of emotional detection
● User-friendly interface
● Virtual, augmented, and mixed-reality system for welfare

Submission Deadline

31 Mar 2023

Submission Information

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