Andrew Schoen is a graduate student at the Department of Computer Sciences, University of Wisconsin–Madison. He received his B.S. in Biology and Psychology at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and then worked for 3 years assisting in neuroscience research at the Center For Healthy Minds. That work developed his passion for Computer Science, so he returned to obtain a Masters in Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and is now continuing research with Dr. Bilge Mutlu in the People and Robots Lab studying Robot Programming and Human-Robot Teaming. He is working on a number of projects focused on easing the process for designing human-robot collaborations and robot behaviors.
Schoen, A., D. Sullivan, H. Zhang, D. Rakita, and B. Mutlu. Lively: Enabling Multimodal, Lifelike, and Extensible Real-Time Robot Motion. Proceedings of the 2023 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI ’23), 2023.
Schoen, A., N. White, C. Henrichs, A. Siebert-Evenstone, D. Shaffer, and B. Mutlu. “CoFrame: A System for Training Novice Cobot Programmers”. Proceedings of the 2022 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, IEEE Press, 2022, pp. 185–194.
Liu, L., A. Schoen, C. Henrichs, J. Li, B. Mutlu, and R. Radwin. Human Robot Collaboration for Enhancing Work Activities. Human Factors, 2022.
Schoen, A., C. Henrichs, M. Strohkirch, and B. Mutlu. “Authr: A Task Authoring Environment for Human-Robot Teams”. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology, 2020, pp. 1194-08.