I am happy to congratulate Gerald Stollnberger to his master graduation. He completed his master thesis at the ICT&S Center in Salzburg, which I co-supervised besides Prof. Manfred Tscheligi. The thesis is entitled: “The effect of input modalities, different levels of task complexity and embodiment on users’ overall performance and perception in human-robot collaboration tasks”. If you are interested in his work in the RO-MAN2013 (Full Paper) proceedings and the HRI 2013 (Late Breaking Report) proceedings. Gerald will continue his research in HRI as PhD student in Salzburg and I wish him all the best for that!
Master student graduated