Welcome to the

HUman-MAchines INteraction Laboratory (HUMAIN-Lab)

Welcome to the

HUman-MAchines INteraction Laboratory (HUMAIN-Lab)

Scope:
Machines, implemented either in hardware or in software, with whom a human interacts proliferate, furthermore their complexity increases; for instance, the aforementioned machines include devices for communication, computers, robots, costumer service software, and other. This lab pursues the study, analysis and design of both hardware and software that enables the seamless collaboration of humans with machines.
Objectives

Innovation

The operation of a machine in the “physical” environment is typically supported by arithmetic models. However, when a human is involved there might emerge non-numerical data…

Entrepreneurship

Our orientation is toward the conversion of our laboratory prototypes in commercial products.

Inventiveness

Our orientation is toward the development of machines with a capacity to interact with humans in various applications including education, precision farming, patrolling in the physical environment and other.

Vassilis Kaburlasos

Expertise: Computational Intelligence
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Georgios Papakostas

Expertise: Computer Vision & Machine Learning
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Theodoros Pachidis

Expertise: Robotics and Software Engineering

Michail Manios

Technical Staff
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Identifying linguistic cues; towards developing robots with empathy in autism interventions – JCMK 2020, vol. 2, no. 56

V.-A. Nikopoulou, V. Holeva, M. D. Kerasidou, P. Kechayas, M. Papadopoulou, E. Vrochidou, G. A. Papakostas, V. G. Kaburlasos, “Identifying linguistic cues; towards developing robots with empathy in autism interventions”, Journal of Clinical Medicine of Kazakhstan, vol. 2, no. 56, pp. 27-33, 2020. DOI: 10.23950/1812-2892-JCMK-00753

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Scalable multi agent system middleware for HPC of Big Data Applications – ISCV 2020, Fez, Morocco

F. Ezzahra Ezzrhari, H. Bensag, M. Youssfi, O. Bouattane, V. Kaburlasos, “Scalable multi agent system middleware for HPC of big data applications”, 4th International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Computer Vision (ISCV 2020), Fez, Morocco, 9-11 June 2020.

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