Researchers

Main Project Coordinator

Johanna Seibt

Ph.D., Dr. phil. habil., Professor MSO (Transdisciplinary Process Studies for Integrative Social Robotics)

Aarhus University Research Unit for Robophilosophy - School of Culture and Society

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Research areas:

  • Ontology of interactions
  • Perceptual foundations of moral cognition
  • Ontological and ethical aspects of the dynamics of classificatory concepts for artifacts

Collaborating and associated researchers (in alphabetical order)

Lin Adrian

Ph.D., Professor

University of Copenhagen The Faculty of Law

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Research areas:

  • Mediation
  • Conflict management
  • Dispute resolution and negotiation

David Amodio

Ph.D., Associate Professor

New York University Department of Psychology - Social Neuroscience Lab

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Research areas:

  • Social cognition
  • Behavioral regulation
  • Social neuroscience

Jens Christian Krarup Bjerring

Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Aarhus University Research Unit for Robophilosophy - School of Culture and Society

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Research areas:

  • Formal epistemology
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Logic
  • Theories of the mind

Malene Flensborg Damholdt

Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Aarhus University Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences

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Research areas:

  • Perception of psychological agency in robots
  • Embracement of social robots
  • Experience of self-efficacy
  • Psychological aspects affecting interactions with social robots

Daniel Druckman

Ph.D., Professor

University of Queensland School of Political Science and International Affairs

Professor emeritus

George Mason University Schar School of Policy and Government

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Research areas:

  • International negotiation
  • Nationalism
  • Research methodology
  • Political psychology

Charles Ess

Ph.D., Professor

University of Oslo Department of Media and Communication

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Research areas:

  • Media and Communication science
  • Ethics
  • Digital religion

Michael Filzmoser

Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Technical University Vienna Institute for Management Science

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Research areas:

  • Conflict Processes
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Business Administration

Kerstin Fischer

Dr. phil. habil. Professor (MSO)

University of Southern Denmark Institute for design and Communication

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Research areas:

  • Human-robot interaction
  • Communication design
  • Spoken interaction

Raul Hakli

Ph.D., Associate Professor

University of Helsinki Department of Political and Economic Studies

Aarhus University Research Unit for Robophilosophy - School of Culture and Society

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Research areas:

  • Philosophy of robotics
  • Collective intentionality
  • Collective epistemology
  • Social Ontology

Cathrine Hasse

Ph.D., Professor, Honorary Professor

Aarhus University Department of Education (DPU/IUP)

Aalborg University Department of Education, Learning and Philosophy

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Research areas:

  • Anthropological aspects of human-technology relations
  • Healthcare technologies
  • Care work

Hiroshi Ishiguro

Ph.D., Professor

Osaka University Intelligent Robotics Laboratory

Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International Hiroshi Ishiguro Laboratory

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Research areas:

  • Robotics
  • Android science
  • Interactive and social robots
  • Cognitive neuroscience robotics

Peter Kahn

Ph.D., Professor

University of Washington Department of Psychology

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Research areas:

  • Psychology
  • Human Robot Interaction
  • Robot Pets

Sabine Köszegi

Dr. phil. habil., Professor of Labour Science and Organization 

 Vienna University of Technology,  Institute of Management Science

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Research areas:

  • Cyber-physical Production and Assistive Systems
  • Electronic Negotiation and Mediation Support
  • Gender & Identity in Science and Engineering

     

Nancy Nersessian

Ph.D., Regents’ Professor of Cognitive Science (Emerita), Research Associate

Harvard University Department of Psychology

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Research areas:

  • Philosophy of Science
  • Creativity, innovation, and conceptual change in science
  • Cognitive and cultural processes that lead up to scientific innovation

Shuichi Nishio

Dr. Eng., Principal Researcher

Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International Hiroshi Ishiguro Laboratory

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Research areas:

  • Human emotion
  • Android science
  • Sensor information processing
  • Networked robots and standardization of robotic technologies

Marco Nørskov

Ph.D., Associate Professor

Aarhus University Research Unit for Robophilosophy - School of Culture and Society

Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International Hiroshi Ishiguro Laboratory

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Research areas:

  • Philosophy of technology
  • Philosophy of robotics
  • Intercultural philosophy
  • Japanese philosophy and religion

Raffaele Rodogno

Ph.D., Associate Professor

Aarhus University Research Unit for Robophilosophy - School of Culture and Society

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Research areas:

  • Moral cognition and emotion
  • Ethics
  • Well-being
  • Autism

Andreas Roepstorff

Ph.D., Professor (MSO)

Aarhus University School of Culture and Society - Centre for Interactive Minds

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Research areas:

  • Anthropology
  • Neuroscience

Joshua Skewes

Ph.D., Associate Professor

Aarhus University School of Culture and Society - Centre for Interactive Minds

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Research areas:

  • Neuropsychology
  • Action Social Cognition Perception and cognition
  • Experimental methods Evidence

John Ulhøi

Ph.D., Professor,

Aarhus University Department of Management - School of Business and Social Sciences

 

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Research areas:

  • Management
  • Innovation
  • Business Communication

Ryuji Yamazaki-Skov

Ph.D., Postdoc, Researcher

Aarhus University Research Unit for Robophilosophy - School of Culture and Society

 Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International Hiroshi Ishiguro Laboratory

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Research areas:

  • Robotic re-embodiment
  • Identity of hybrid presence
  • Telecare for seniors
  • Robot ethics