Antonio Andriella

PhD Student


Subline:

Perception and Manipulation


E-mail aandriella (at) iri.upc.edu

Phone 93 4015784

Web https://www.antonioandriella.com

I’m a Ph.D candidate at IRI in the Perception and Manipulation Group advised by Dr. Guillem Alenyà and Prof. Carme Torras.
My research interests are in the areas of human-robot interaction (HRI) and human-centred design technologies for older adults with cognitive impairments. My work focuses on designing, developing, and evaluating interactive social systems that personalize and adapt to their users over short-term and long-term interaction, based on individual needs and goals.

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  • S. Forgas, R. Huertas, A. Andriella and G. Alenyà. The effects of gender and personality of robot assistants on customers’ acceptance of their service. Service Bussiness, 16: 359–389, 2022.

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  • A. Andriella, C. Torras, C. Abdelnour and G. Alenyà. Introducing CARESSER: A framework for in situ learning robot social assistance from expert knowledge and demonstrations. User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction, 2022.

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  • S. Forgas, R. Huertas, A. Andriella and G. Alenyà. How do consumers' gender and rational thinking affect the acceptance of entertainment social robots?. International Journal of Social Robotics, 14: 973–994, 2022.

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  • A. Suárez, A. Andriella, A. Taranović, J. Segovia, C. Torras and G. Alenyà. Automatic learning of cognitive exercises for socially assistive robotics, 30th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, 2021, Vancouver, Canada, pp. 139-146.

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  • A. Andriella, H. Siqueira, D. Fu, S. Magg, P. Barros, S. Wermter, C. Torras and G. Alenyà. Do I have a personality? Endowing care robots with context-dependent personality traits. International Journal of Social Robotics, 13(8): 2081-2102, 2021.

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  • A. Andriella, R. Huertas, S. Forgas, C. Torras and G. Alenyà. Discovering SOCIABLE: Using a conceptual model to evaluate the legibility and effectiveness of backchannel cues in an entertainment scenario, 29th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, 2020, Naples, Italy (Virtual), pp. 752-759.

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  • A. Andriella, C. Torras and G. Alenyà. Cognitive system framework for brain-training exercise based on human-robot interaction. Cognitive Computation, 12: 793-810, 2020.

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  • A. Andriella, C. Torras and G. Alenyà. Short-term human-robot interaction adaptability in real-world environments. International Journal of Social Robotics, 12: 639-657, 2020.

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  • A. Andriella, A. Suárez, J. Segovia, C. Torras and G. Alenyà. Natural teaching of robot-assisted rearranging exercises for cognitive training, 11th International Conference on Social Robotics, 2019, Madrid, in Social Robotics, Vol 11876 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp. 611-621, Springer.

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  • A. Andriella, C. Torras and G. Alenyà. Learning robot policies using a high-level abstraction persona-behaviour simulator, 28th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, 2019, New Delhi, India, pp. 1-8.

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