Human Robot Interaction



UXV805 – Human Robot Interaction – 4 Credits

This course is part of the elective curriculum for the masters and doctorate degree programs.

Instructor: Ms. Elena Spiridon

Numerous unmanned aircraft system accidents have been attributed to the design of the ground control station interface between the human and the machine. This course focuses on the emerging field of human-robot interaction (HRI), which is comprised of a multitude of disciplines including: robotics, artificial intelligence, human factors, human computer interaction and cognitive psychology. Topics include: Good practices when designing HRI systems, interaction and architectures, programming languages, metrics, social robotics, emotions, frameworks and relations between perception, actuation and HRI. The main goal is to improve the interaction between a human and machine.

Prerequisites: College algebra course (100-level or higher)

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Standard Tuition, Military Veteran Tuition