Dr. rer. nat. Elsa Andrea Kirchner

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    D-28359 Bremen


Su-Kyoung Kim, Elsa Andrea Kirchner, Frank Kirchner

In: Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA-2020). IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA-2020) March 31-June 4 Paris France IEEE 2020.

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Elsa Andrea Kirchner, Niels Will, Marc Simnofske, Luis Manuel Vaca Benitez, José de Gea Fernández, Peter Kampmann, Frank Kirchner

In: Mario A. Pfannstiel, Patrick Da-Cruz, Harald Mehlich (editor). Digitale Transformation von Dienstleistungen im Gesundheitswesen V. Chapter 21 Pages 413-435 ISBN 978-3-658-23986-2 Springer Nature 8/2019.

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Lisa Gutzeit, Marc Otto, Elsa Andrea Kirchner

In: Andreas Holzinger, Alan Pope, Hugo Plácido Silva (editor). Physiological Computing Systems. Pages 39-57 Springer 7/2019.

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Adaptive software framework for context-sensitive, intuitive man-machine-interaction

The aim of project "KiMMI SF" is the development of a software framework for flexible and context-optimized man-machine-interaction. On the one hand, this shall offer online reconfigurable data...



Exploring the Potential of Pervasive Embedded Brain Reading in Human Robot Collaborations

Förderung von Forschungsvorhaben zur Verbesserung der Explorations- und Integrationsphasen der IKT-Forschung



Cognitive Occupational Safety for Human-Machine Interaction

The project KAMeri focuses on the improvement of occupational safety in a working context by analysing brainwaves and adapting human-maschine interaction according to the worker’s cognitive state. An...



Flexible interaction for infrastructures establishment by means of teleoperation and direct collaboration; transfer into industry 4.0

TransFIT is part of the space road map of the DFKI RIC. The project does focus on the assembly and installation of infrastructure for space applications by humans and robots either autonomously or in...



RECUPERA-Reha Full-body exoskeleton for upper body robotic assistance

The aim of RECUPERA-Reha is the development of an innovative and mobile full-body exoskeleton, as well as and of an active subsystem as an independent unit for robot-assisted rehabilitation of...

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz