Awards

Winners:

Best paper

Prize £400 (GBP)
The best paper award is sponsored by CEA
CEA

Best paper: Temporal integration of tactile inputs from multiple sites, Sarah McIntyre, Ingvars Birznieks, Robin Andersson, Gabriel Dicander, Paul Breen, Richard Vickery

Best demonstration

Prize £400 (GBP)
The best demonstration award is sponsored by Moog
MOOG

Best demonstration: Tension Based Wearable Vibro Acoustic Device, Yusuke Yamazaki, Hironori Mitake, Shoichi Hasegawa

Best poster

Prize £300 (GBP)
The best poster award is sponsored by Valeo
Valeo

Best poster (sponsored by Valeo): HandsOn: enabling embodied, creative STEM e-learning with programming-free force feedback, Gordon Minaker, Oliver Schneider, Richard Davis, Karon MacLean

Best student paper

Prize £300 (GBP)
The best poster award is sponsored by EPSRC UK RAS network
 UK RAS

Best student paper (sponsored by EPSRC UK RAS): Ultrasonic Friction Modulation While Pressing Induces a Tactile Feedback, Jocelyn Monnoyer, Emmanuelle Diaz, Christophe Bourdin, Michael Wiertlewski

Best work-in-progress

Prize £200 (GBP)
The best work-in-progress award is sponsored by Force Dimension
Force Dimension

Best work-in-progress (sponsored by Force Dimension): The human perception of transient frictional modulation, David Gueorguiev, Eric Vezzoli, André Mouraux, Betty Semail, Jean-Louis Thonnard

Top Finalists (honourable mention):

Best paper award:

  • Haptic SLAM: an ideal observer model for Bayesian inference of object shape and hand pose from contact dynamics, Feryal M.P. Behbahani, Guillem Singla Buxarrais, Aldo Faisal
  • Temporal intergration of tactile inputs from multiple sites, Sarah McIntyre, Ingvars Birznieks, Robin Andersson, Gabriel Dicander, Paul Breen, Richard Vickery
  • Co-Actuation: Achieve High Stiffness and Low Inertia in Force Feedback Device, Jian Song, Yuru Zhang, Hongdong Zhang, Dangxiao Wang

Best student paper award:

  • A versatile robotic haptic stimulator to study the influence of pain on human motor control and learning, Maxime Jeanneret, Carlo Bagnato, Alessandro Allievi, Etienne Burdet
  • Ultrasonic Friction Modulation While Pressing Induces a Tactile Feedback, Jocelyn Monnoyer, Emmanuelle Diaz, Christophe Bourdin, Michael Wiertlewski
  • Comparing Series Elasticity and Admittance Control for Haptic Rendering, Takamasa Horibe, Emma Treadway, Brent Gillespie
  • Space-time Dependencies and Thermal Perception, Anshul Singhal, Lynette Jones

Best demonstration award:

  • Ungrounded 6-dof force display by asymmetric vibration: ‘Buru-Navi4 CubicForce 6D’, Hiroaki Gomi, Sho Ito, Tomohiro Amemiya, Shinya Takamuku
  • Tension Based Wearable Vibro Acoustic Device, Yusuke Yamazaki, Hironori Mitake, Shoichi Hasegawa
  • Augmentation of Thermal Sensation on Finger Pad using Stimuli for Finger Side, Katsunari Sato
  • Wearable Fingertip Devices for Rendering Cutaneous Force Feedback in Virtual Manipulation, Daniele Leonardis, Massimiliano Solazzi, Ilaria Bortone, Antonio Frisoli

Best poster award:

  • Perceived intensity of vibrotactile stimuli : Does your clothes really matter? Valérie Duthoit, Jean-Marc Sieffermann, Eric Enrègle, David Blumenthal
  • Data-Driven Modeling of Anisotropic Haptic Textures: Data Segmentation and Interpolation, Arsen Abdulali, Seokhee Jeon
  • HandsOn: enabling embodied, creative STEM e-learning with programming-free force feedback, Gordon Minaker, Oliver Schneider, Richard Davis, Karon MacLean

Best work-in-progress paper:

  • HapticAid: Wearable Haptic Augmentation System based on Skin Vibration sensing, Tomosuke Maeda, Roshan Peiris, Masashi Nakatani, Yoshihiro Tanaka, Kouta Minamizawa
  • Perceptual constancy in the reproduction of virtual textures recorded at different speeds, Serena Bochereau, Vincent Hayward
  • The human perception of transient frictional modulation, David Gueorguiev, Eric Vezzoli, André Mouraux, Betty Semail, Jean-Louis Thonnard

 Finalist for best paper, best poster and best student paper awards:

Best paper/student paper candidates:

  • A versatile robotic haptic stimulator to study the influence of pain on human motor control and learning Maxime Jeanneret, Carlo Bagnato, Alessandro Gabriele Allievi, Etienne Burdet
  • A century later, the hue-heat hypothesis: does color affect truly temperature perception? Mounia Ziat, Carrie Anne Balcer, Taylor Rolison, Andrew Shirtz
  • Space-time Dependencies and Thermal Perception Anshul Singhal, Lynette Jones
  • Rendering Moving Tactile Stroke on the Palm Using a Sparse 2D Array Jaeyoung Park, Jaeha Kim, Yonghwan Oh, Hong Tan
  • Ultrasonic Friction Modulation While Pressing Induces a Tactile Feedback Jocelyn Monnoyer, Emmanuelle Diaz, Christophe BOURDIN, Michael Wiertlewski
  • Co-Actuation: Achieve High Stiffness and Low Inertia in Force Feedback Device Jian Song, Yuru Zhang, Hongdong Zhang, Dangxiao Wang
  • Investigating tactile sensation in the hand using a robot-based tactile assessment tool Elisabeth Wilhelm, Michael Mace, Atsushi Takagi, Ildar Farkhatdinov, Sarah Guy, Etienne Burdet
  • Comparing Series Elasticity and Admittance Control for Haptic Rendering Takamasa Horibe, Emma Treadway, Brent Gillespie
  • Temporal integration of tactile inputs from multiple sites Sarah McIntyre, Ingvars Birznieks, Robin Andersson, Gabriel Dicander, Paul Breen, Richard Vickery
  • Haptic SLAM: an ideal observer model for Bayesian inference of object shape and hand pose from contact dynamics Feryal M. P. Behbahani, Guillem Singla Buxarrais, Aldo Faisal
  • The Influence of Motor Task on Tactile Supression During Action Nienke B. Debats, Marieke Rohde, Catharina Glowania, Anna Oppenborn, Marc O. Ernst

Best poster candidates:

  • Perceived Intensity of Vibrotactile Stimuli : Do your Clothes Really Matter? Valérie Duthoit, Jean-Marc Sieffermann, Eric Enrègle, David Blumenthal
  • Affordable Wideband Sensor Coupled Vibrotactile Actuator Systems for Psychophysical Experiments Abhijit Biswas, Manivannan Muniyandi, Srinivasan Mandayam A.
  • Investigation of human subjective feelings for different surface textures of slipping objects based on the analysis of contact conditions Tsuyoshi Arakawa, Akira Nakahara, Kiyotaka Yarimizu, Masato Takahashi, Michiko Ohkura, Toshio Tsuji, Yuichi Kurita
  • A linear optimization procedure for an EMG-driven NeuroMusculoSkeletal model parameters adjusting: validation through a myoelectric exoskeleton control Domenico Buongiorno, Francesco Barone, Massimiliano Solazzi, Vitoantonio Bevilacqua, Antonio Frisoli
  • Data-Driven Modeling of Anisotropic Haptic Textures: Data Segmentation and Interpolation Arsen Abdulali, Seokhee Jeon
  • Reducing Visual Dependency with Surface Haptic Touchscreens Yu-Jen Lin, Sile O’Modhrain
  • Psychophysical Power Optimization of Friction Modulation for Tactile Interfaces Sednaoui Thomas, Eric Vezzoli, David Gueorguiev, Michel Amberg, Cedrick Chappaz, Betty Semail
  • Toward Non-Visual Graphics Representations on Vibratory Touchscreens: Shape Exploration and Identification Jennifer Tennison, Jenna Gorlewicz
  • Electrovibration Signal Design A Simulative Approach Zlatko Vidrih, Eric Vezzoli
  • HandsOn: enabling embodied, creative STEM e-learning with programming-free force feedback Gordon Minaker, Oliver Schneider, Richard Davis, Karon MacLean
  • Haptic Rendering of Thin, Deformable Objects with Spatially Varying Stiffness Priyadarshini Kumari, Subhasis Chaudhuri