ICRA 2019 Workshop Program

Human-Robot Teaming Beyond Human Operational Speeds

2nd Robot Teammates Operating in Dynamic, Unstructured Environments (RT-DUNE)

ICRA 2019 Workshop

23 May 2019 · Room 520b

Keynote Speakers

The workshop format will include morning and afternoon keynote talks by researchers covering topics that are essential for addressing the workshop central topic.

Confirmed speakers in order of presentation:

Poster Sessions

Posters: Two 45 minute poster sessions will be conducted (morning and afternoon) that will allow authors of selected submissions to present work in this research area, and interact with other researchers and government/industry participants. Selected submissions* that are highly relevant to the workshop theme will be invited to give short (15-minute) oral presentations.

Selected Poster Abstracts – Morning Session – 10:30

Selected Poster Abstracts – Afternoon Session – 14:00

Discussion Panels

Morning Panel – 10:45

The morning panel will consist of members of organizations (government and industry) that sponsor research for attendees to learn from international experts in defining the real-world problems that motivate this work.


  • LTC Philip Root, Acting Deputy Director, Tactical Technology Office, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  • Dr. Stuart Young, Program Manager, Artifcial Intelligence for Maneuver and Mobility, Army Research Laboratory
  • Dr. Todd Danko, Principal Roboticist, General Electric Global Research

Afternoon Panel – 16:15

The afternoon panel will bring together experts in both the problem and solution areas for an open discussion with the attendees to further understanding and discuss future directions.


Schedule – 23 May – Room 520b

8:55Workshop OrganizersWelcome and Introduction
9:00LTC Philip Root (DARPA)Tactical Autonomy and Decision Frameworks
9:30Shiraj Sen (GE Global Research)Training Manned-Unmanned Teams via Curriculum-based Learning
9:45Yufeng Yue (NTU Singapore)Simultaneous Collaborative Mapping and Reasoning in Dynamic Unstructured Environments
10:00Poster Session / Coffee 
10:45Research SponsorsPanel Discussion – Motivation and Problems
11:30Michael Beetz (Bremen)Virtual Knowledge Bases Applied to Human-Robot Interaction
12:00Priyam Parashar (UCSD) and Lindsay Sanneman (MIT)Enabling Efficient Team Cooperation by Understanding Modes of Human-robot Interactions
12:30Lunch Break 
13:30Oussama Khatib (Stanford)The Age of Human-Robot Collaboration
14:00Kris Hauser (Duke)Engineering the robot-operator interface: lessons from the TRINA tele-nursing project
14:30Aude Billard (EPFL)Learning Bimanual Coordination Tasks to Support Humans
15:00Poster Session / Coffee Break 
15:45Holly Yanco (UMass Lowell)Evaluating Human Robot Teaming
16:15Workshop Organizers and GuestsPanel Discussion – Solutions and Path Forward
This workshop is supported by the RAS Technical Committees on Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics and Mobile Manipulation.

*Ocean One photograph courtesy of Frederic Osada Teddy Seguin, DRASSM and Stanford University.