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Tamara Lorenz

Dr. Tamara Lorenz

GSN Alumna WS 14/15

Responsibilities

Assistant-Professor
College of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Cincinati, USA

Further Information

Topic of Thesis: Emergent Coordination between Humans and Robots - Utilizing Movement Synchronization to Improve Human Robot Interaction

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Sandra Hirche

Nationality: German

Publication(s):

Journal Publications

Lorenz T, Vlaskamp B, Kasparbauer A, Mörtl A and Hirche S. (2014) Dyadic movement synchronization while performing incongruent trajectories requires mutual adaptation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8:461. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2014.00461.

Mörtl A, Lorenz T and Hirche S. (2014) Rhythm Patterns Interaction - Synchronization Behavior for Human-Robot Joint Action. PlosOne 9(4), 2014, e95195.

Mörtl A, Lorenz T, Vlaskamp B, Gusrialdi A, Schubö A and Hirche S. (2012) Modeling inter-human movement coordination: synchronization governs joint task dynamics. Biological Cybernetics 106(4): 241-259.

 

Peer Reviewed Conferences

T. Lorenz, A. Mörtl, S. Hirche (2013). "Movement Synchronization fails during non-adaptive human-robot interaction", In Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot interaction (HRI '13). IEEE Press, Piscataway, NJ, USA, 189-190.

J.R. Medina Hernández, T. Lorenz, Dongheui Lee, S. Hirche , (2012). “Disagreement-Aware Physical Assistance Through Risk-Sensitive Optimal Feedback Control”, IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IEEE IROS 2012). Vilamoura, Portugal.

S. Norouzzadeh, T. Lorenz, S. Hirche , (2012). “Towards Safe Physical Human-Robot Interaction: an Online Optimal Control Scheme”, 21st IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (IEEE RoMan 2012). Paris, France.

Lichtenthäler, C., Lorenz, T., Kirsch, A. (2012) „Influence of Legibility on Perceived Safety in a Virtual Human-Robot Path Crossing Task”, 21st IEEE International Symposium in Robot and Human Interactive Communication (IEEE RoMan 2012). Paris, France.

Lichtenthaeler, C., Lorenz, T., Karg, M., Kirsch, A. (2012) „Increasing Perceived Value between Human and Robots – Measuring Legibility in Human Aware Navigation”, 2012 IEEE International Workshop on Advanced Robotics and its Social Impacts. Munich, Germany.

Lorenz, T., Mörtl, A., Vlaskamp, B.N.S., Schubö, A., Hirche, S. (2011). „Synchronization in a goal-directed task: human behaviour and applications for human-robot interaction“. 20st IEEE International Symposium in Robot and Human Interactive Communication. Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

Lorenz, T., & Schubö, A. (2010). Increased effort affects performance in a joint pick-and-place task. 19th IEEE International Symposium in Robot and Human Interactive Communication. Viareggio, Italy.

Abstracts and Posters

Lichtenthäler, C., Lorenz, T., Kirsch, A. (2011) „Towards a Legibility Metric: How to Measure the Perceived Value of a Robot”, Work-In-Progress Paper for the 3rd International Conference on Social Robotics. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

C. Lichtenthäler, T. Lorenz, A. Kirsch (2011) “Towards a Legibility Metric: How to Measure the Perceived Value of a Robot”, Poster for the CoTeSys Fall Workshop, Munich, Germany.

A. Kasparbauer, T. Lorenz, A. Mörtl, B. Vlaskamp, S. Hirche (2011) „Obstacle Avoidance as Manipulative Factor in Synchronized Goal-Directed Tasks“, Poster for the CoTeSys Fall Workshop, Munich, Germany.

T. Lorenz, A. Mörtl, B. Vlaskamp, A. Gusrialdi, A. Schubö, S. Hirche (2011). „Modeling joint action as human movement synchronization in goal-directed tasks”, Abstract and Poster for JAM 4 – 4th Joint Action Meeting. Vienna, Austria.

T. Lorenz, A. Mörtl, S. Hirche, A. Schubö, (2009). „Adaptive Motion Coordination in Human-Human and Human-Robot Interaction“, Poster for the CoTeSys International Workshop, Munich, Germany.

T. Lorenz, A. Schubö, (2009). “Action Planning in a Joint Pick and Place Task”, Abstract and Poster for JAM 3 – 3rd Joint Action Meeting, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Technical Report

D. Brscic, M. Eggers , F. Rohrmüller, O. Kourakos, S. Sosnowski, D. Althoff, M. Lawitzky, A. Mörtl, M. Rambow, V. Koropouli, J.R. Medina Hernàndez, X. Zang, W. Wang, D. Wollherr, K. Kühnlenz, C. Mayer, T. Kruse, A. Kirsch, J. Blume, A. Bannat, T. Rehrl, F. Wallhoff, T. Lorenz, P. Basili, C. Lenz, T. Röder, G. Panin, W. Maier, S. Hirche, M. Buss, M. Beetz, B. Radig, A. Schubö, S. Glasauer, A. Knoll, E. Steinbach, (2010). “Multi Joint Action in CoTeSys - Setup and Challenges”. Technical Report. CoTeSys Cluster of Excellence: Technische Universität München & Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Munich, Germany.



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