Social Robots

Robots that are designed human-like or even interact with humans hold great potential in health care, industry and many other areas of life. Sarah Müller-Abdelrazeq from the ARIZ-Project has now published a chapter about her research on the future work-life in “Social Robots: Technological, Societal and Ethical Aspects of Human-Robot Interaction”. Follow this link to[…]

The concluding consortium meeting of ARIZ

The ARIZ project will conclude in December 2019. Accordingly, the last consortium meeting of the ARIZ project on May 13th to 14th at the HCIC of RWTH Aachen University offered two eventful days. On the first day, the results of the last six months were compiled in retrospect. The next morning started with a tour[…]

Competence Assembly – Coordinator Meeting 2019

From February 27 to 28, 2019, the third Coordinator Meeting took place in the context of the subject area “Competence Assembly – Collaborative and Transformational (KoMo)” at the University of Hannover. In addition to appealing lectures from the projects – including Dr. med. Dirk Pensky from the ARIZ project on the learning process and competence[…]


Simon Himmel, member of the ARIZ Project, was invited on the occasion of the International Conference on Competitive Manufacturing (COMA’19) to Stellenbosch in South Africa. Simon presented his paper which includes researches about the acceptance of human-robot collaboration to international scientists at COMA’19. The conference focused on Industry 4.0 and how smaller firms can integrate[…]

IEEE publishes new research papers about human-robot interaction, presented by ARIZ

The IEEE International Workshop on Advanced Robotics and its Social Impacts (ARSO) took place from 27th to 28th September 2018. Our Researchers Sarah Abdelrazeq and Lea Daling presented their new research results about the requirements and challenges humanity faces, when it comes to work with collaborative robotic systems. The researches are based on qualitative and[…]

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