Poster Information

Poster presentations will take place during the morning break. Presentations will be split into two groups, the first group will present between 10:15-10:45 and the second group will present between 10:45 and 11:15. A full schedule can be found in the table below.

Both in-person and virtual presentations will be available on Zoom at: https://events.infovaya.com/session?id=14404

Note: In order to join breakout rooms, where poster presentations will take place, make sure your Zoom software is up to date.

Poster Presentation Session 1 (10:15-10:45)

Paper Title
Socially Aware Robot Crowd Navigation with Interaction Graphs and Human Trajectory Prediction
Teaching Personalized Robot Navigation through Virtual Reality Demonstrations: A Learning Framework and User Study
A Protocol for Validating Social Navigation Policies
Modeling Evacuee Behavior for Robot-Guided Emergency Evacuation
Invisible Humans in Human-aware Robot Navigation
Game Theory, Proxemics and Trust for Self-Driving Car Social Navigation

Poster Presentation Session 2 (10:45-11:15)

Paper Title
Lessons learned from user experiments with a socially-aware mobile robot
Socially CompliAnt Navigation Dataset (SCAND): A Large-Scale Dataset Of Demonstrations For Social Navigation
Learning a guidance policy from humans for social navigation
A step towards human-aware path planning based on a combination of partial motion flows
Pedestrian Dynamics Inference Using Control Barrier Functions and Mixed-Integer Quadratic Programming
Look to my Lead: How Does a Leash Affect Perceptions of a Quadruped Robot?