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Workshop Participants

MICHAEL BEETZ, Technische Universitat Muenchen

JEFFREY M. BRADSHAW, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition

FRANK DIGNUM, Utrecht University

TERRY FONG, NASA Ames

MICHAEL FREED, SRI International

TAL ORON-GILAD, Ben-Gurion University

MICHAEL GOODRICH, Brigham Young University

ROBERT HOFFMAN, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition

ANDREAS HOFMANN, Vecna Technologies

GEERT-JAN (GJ) KRUIJFF, Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz

PAUL MAGLIO, IBM Research and University of California, Merced

ALEXANDER MORISON, The Ohio State University

DON MOTTAZ, The Boeing Company

YUKIE NAGAI, Osaka University

DANIELE NARDI, University of Rome

MARK NEERINCX, Delft University of Technology

LIN PADGHAM, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

SARVAPALI (GOPAL) RAMCHURN, Southampton University

MATTHIAS SCHEUTZ, Tufts University

JEAN SCHOLTZ, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

DIRK SHULZ, Fraunhofer Institute for Communications, Information

Processing and Ergonomics

LAKMAL SENEVIRATNE, Khalifa University and King’s College London

CANDY SIDNER, Worcester Polytechnic University

LIZ SONENBERG, University of Melbourne

SATOSHI TADOKORO, Tohoku University



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A Workshop Participants MICHAEL BEETZ, Technische Universitat Muenchen JEFFREY M. BRADSHAW, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition FRANK DIGNUM, Utrecht University TERRY FONG, NASA Ames MICHAEL FREED, SRI International TAL ORON-GILAD, Ben-Gurion University MICHAEL GOODRICH, Brigham Young University ROBERT HOFFMAN, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition ANDREAS HOFMANN, Vecna Technologies GEERT-JAN (GJ) KRUIJFF, Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz PAUL MAGLIO, IBM Research and University of California, Merced ALEXANDER MORISON, The Ohio State University DON MOTTAZ, The Boeing Company YUKIE NAGAI, Osaka University DANIELE NARDI, University of Rome MARK NEERINCX, Delft University of Technology LIN PADGHAM, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology SARVAPALI (GOPAL) RAMCHURN, Southampton University MATTHIAS SCHEUTZ, Tufts University JEAN SCHOLTZ, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory DIRK SHULZ, Fraunhofer Institute for Communications, Information Processing and Ergonomics LAKMAL SENEVIRATNE, Khalifa University and King’s College London CANDY SIDNER, Worcester Polytechnic University LIZ SONENBERG, University of Melbourne SATOSHI TADOKORO, Tohoku University 31

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