Koen Hindriks

Current PhD Students | Former PhD Students

Current PhD Students

Mark Ligthart
Topic: Social companion robot for children with cancer.
Project: STW/KWF Project Improving Care When Parents Cannot Be There.
Elie Saad
Topic: Ontologies for team decision making in search and rescue robotics.
Project: EU FP7 Project TRADR: Long-Term Human-Robot Teaming for Disaster Response.
Frank Kaptein
Topic: Self-explaining robots.
Project: EU H2020 Project PAL: Personal Assistent for Healthy Lifestyle
Vincent Koeman
Topic: Self-explaining cognitive agents.
Project: TU Delft Cognitive Agent Programming Project.
Chris Rozemuller
Topic: Cooperative teams in search and rescue robotics.
Project: EU FP7 Project TRADR: Long-Term Human-Robot Teaming for Disaster Response.
Chang Wang
Topic: Affordance learning for robots.
Project: TU Delft Socio-Cognitive Robotics Project.
Rosemarijn Looije
Topic: Child-Robot Interaction for children with diabetes.
Project: EU FP7 Project ALIZ-E: Adaptive Strategies for Sustainable Long-Term Social Interaction in joint cooperation with TNO.

Former PhD Students

Chris Detweiler
Topic: Communication support in health care with an emphasis on design for values.
Project: 3TU Centre for Ethics and Technology Project.
Thesis: Accounting for Values in Design (2016-10-18).
Timea Bagosi
Topic: Ontologies for team decision making in search and rescue robotics.
Project: EU FP7 Project TRADR: Long-Term Human-Robot Teaming for Disaster Response.
Junchao Xu
Topic: Emotion expression on humanoid robots.
Project: TU Delft Socio-Cognitive Robotics Project.
Thesis: Affective Body Language of Humanoid Robots: Perception and Effects in Human Robot Interaction (2015-12-14).
Changyun Wei
Topic: Coordination of teams of cognitive robots.
Project: TU Delft Socio-Cognitive Robotics Project.
Thesis: Cognitive Coordination for Cooperative Multi-Robot Teamwork (2015-5-12).
Tim Baarslag
Topic: Bidding strategies for automated negotiation.
Project: Pocket Negotiator, synergy between man and machine.
Thesis: What to Bid and When to Stop (2014-9-18).
Tim received his Phd Cum Laude and was runner-up for the IFAAMAS Victor Lesser dissertation award.
Wietske Visser
Topic: Preference representation for automated negotiation.
Project: Pocket Negotiator, synergy between man and machine.
Thesis: Qualitative multi-criteria preference representation and reasoning (2012-12-4).
Dmytro Tykhonov
Topic: Bidding strategies for automated negotiation.
Thesis: Designing Generic and Efficient Negotiation Strategies (2010-6-7).