Professor David Johnson Publishes New Book on Human-Robot Interaction

The EECS department is excited to announce the publication of Professor David Johnson's new book, Basic Human-Robot Interaction. This comprehensive resource caters to anyone interested in the field of Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), particularly those seeking to delve into experiment design, execution, and successful publication of their findings.

Professor Johnson's book equips readers with practical guidance on conducting HRI experiments, from the initial stages of design and execution to navigating the publication process in scientific journals. It delves into the intricacies of HRI methodologies, statistical measurements, and research design, providing clear explanations and real-world examples for deeper understanding.

A unique aspect of the book is its focus on social robots and their interactions with specific demographics like children and older adults. This exploration holds particular relevance for individuals working in healthcare, education, and related fields, offering valuable insights into addressing real-world challenges in HRI.

Basic Human-Robot Interaction concludes by exploring current trends and future outlooks within the field, ensuring readers stay informed about the latest advancements and anticipate potential directions in HRI research. The books is available for purchase through the World Scientific Publisher's website.

Congratulations to Professor Johnson on this significant achievement!