News and Events


  • [02/25/2020] Dr. Min, along with the other team members in College of Engineering, received the Purdue University’s 2020 Focus Award to recognize the dedication to disability accessibility. 
  • [01/27/2020] Our team launched a new Github page to share our GUI programs and ROS packages for reading wearable psychological sensors and cameras. If you are interested in our study, please visit this link


  • [12/09/2019] (Done) Our team started a new user study to collect emotional and behavioral data using various wearable psychological sensors and cameras. If you are interested to participate in our study, please visit this link
  • [11/20/2019] Our team visited the Purdue Polytechnic High School (PPHS)​ to introduce our ongoing research to K-12 students, and showed the adaptive telepresence robot platform and web-based emotion detection program.
  • [11/18/2019] Our team participated in the 2019 Purdue Fall Undergraduate Research Expo that is is an opportunity for undergraduate researchers to showcase the scholarly work and creative endeavors they have been engaged in through oral or poster presentations. Three posters were presented at this event: "A Study on the Impact of Movements and Audiovisual Feedback in Swarm Robots on Users" by Jaeeun, "Development of ​an Adaptive Human-Robot Teleoperation Platform" by Walter, and "Development of Low-Cost, Simplified Humanoid Head" by Yuta.
  • [11/15/2019] Our team participated in the Purdue Next Generation Scholar that is an outreach event for local high school students to explore Purdue. Two posters were presented at this event: "Human-swarm Robot Interaction Platform for STEM Education" by Wonse, and "You Cannot Hide Your Emotions From Us!" by Manoj.
  • [10/14/2019] Jaeeun Kim joined the project team as an undergraduate research assistant. Welcome Jaeeun!
  • [10/09/2019] Tamzid presented the paper titled "Efficient Resource Distribution by Adaptive Inter-agent Spacing in Multi-agent Systems" at the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (SMC) in Bari, Italy.
  • [09/30/2019] This project website was launched.