Research Areas


Social Robot & Human-Robot Interaction

Interface for Human-Robot Interaction

Efficient industrial robot‘s detection, identification, tracking and programming by hand-pointing demonstration can be solved by integrating multiple sensory modalities such as haptic input, gesture input, laser pointing, range data, visual commendation, task simulation. [read more ...]

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Principal InvestigatorAssociate Professor Seet Gim Lee, Gerald                                                 Current Project

Interactive Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy for Selective Mutism

Selective Mutism (SM) is a psychiatric childhood anxiety disorder characterized by a lack of speech in settings where speaking is socially expected despite the presence of speech in other situations. This study evaluates the use of Virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET), which is a method of psychotherapy that uses virtual scenarios to treat patients with SM. The VRET system is specially programmed with artificially created scenes to give the child a simulated experience. [read more ...]

Principal Investigator: Professor Chen I-Ming                                                                           Completed Project​​