SFU Autonomy Lab: Human-Robot Interaction

November 25, 2015

Help a Grad Student!

As part of their research on Human-Robot Interaction, the SFU Autonomy Lab is studying the usability of their mobile robot interfaces and are looking for participants* in the study. No preparation or special knowledge is needed.

The study involves one 20-30 minute session where you will interact with a mobile robot and then answer a few questions about your experience.

If you would like to particpate, please either book a user study appointment from the available time slots here or send an email to set up an appointment. 

Sessions will take place in TASC1, room 7000.

*Participation in this study is completely voluntary and participants are free to withdraw at any time. 

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