Paul Baxter is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science, College of Science, and a member of the Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems.
His research interests are broadly in the cross-over between social human-robot interaction (with a particular emphasis on child-robot interaction and educational/health applications) and cognitive/developmental robotics (especially considering memory and cognitive architectures loosely inspired by human cognition).
Please refer to his personal homepage for further details of research and activities:
Secondary School Liaison
PGR Progression Panel member
Cognitive Robotics, Human-Robot Interaction
PhD Developmental Cognitive Robotics
— University of Reading
MEng Electronic Engineering
— University of Nottingham
Esteban, Pablo G. and Baxter, Paul and Belpaeme, Tony and Billing, Erik and Cai, Haibin and Cao, Hoang-Long and Coeckelbergh, Mark and Costescu, Cristina and David, Daniel and De Beir, Albert and Fang, Yinfeng and Ju, Zhaojie and Kennedy, James and Liu, Honghai and Mazel, Alexandre and Pandey, Amit and Richardson, Kathleen and Senft, Emmanue and Thill, Serge and Van de Perre, Greet and Vanderborght, Bram and Vernon, David and Yu, Hui and Ziemke, Tom (2017) How to build a supervised autonomous system for robot-enhanced therapy for children with autism spectrum disorder. Paladyn, Journal of Behavioral Robotics, 8 (1). ISSN: 2080-9778
Coninx, Alexandre and Baxter, Paul and Oleari, Elettra and Bellini, Sara and Bierman, Bert and Henkemans, Olivier Blanson and Canamero, Lola and Cosi, Piero and Enescu, Valentin and Espinoza, Raquel Ros and Hiolle, Antoine and Humbert, Remi and Kiefer, Bernd and Kruijff-korbayova, Ivana and Looije, Rosemarijn and Mosconi, Marco and Neerincx, Mark and Paci, Giulio and Patsis, Georgios and Pozzi, Clara and Sacchitelli, Francesca and Sahli, Hichem and Sanna, Alberto and Sommavilla, Giacomo and Tesser, Fabio and Demiris, Yiannis and Belpaeme, Tony (2016) Towards long-term social child-robot interaction: using multi-activity switching to engage young users. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, 5 (1). pp. 32-67. ISSN: 2163-0364
Belpaeme, Tony and Baxter, Paul and Read, Robin and Wood, Rachel and Cuayáhuitl, Heriberto and Kiefer, Bernd and Racioppa, Stefania and Kruijff-Korbayová, Ivana and Athanasopoulos, Georgios and Enescu, Valentin and Looije, Rosemarijn and Neerincx, Mark and Demiris, Yiannis and Ros-Espinoza, Raquel and Beck, Aryel and Cañamero, Lola and Hiolle, Antione and Lewis, Matthew and Baroni, Ilaria and Nalin, Marco and Cosi, Piero and Paci, Giulio and Tesser, Fabio and Sommavilla, Giacomo and Humbert, Remi (2012) Multimodal child-robot interaction: building social bonds. Journal of Human-Robot Interaction, 1 (2). ISSN: 2163-0364