Giulio Campagna

Giulio Campagna
Aalborg University · Technical Faculty of IT and Design

Ph.D. Fellow
Research (Automatic Trust Assessment in Human Robot Interaction)

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Introduction
My expertise relies on Robotics, Control and Artificial Intelligence. I am strongly interested in research application involving physical interaction between humans and robots in teleoperation tasks in industry. The actual research is focused on automatic trust assessment in human robot interaction through machine learning techniques and sensorial data.
Additional affiliations
December 2021 - January 2025
Aalborg University
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Research projects (e.g. Automatic Trust Assessment in Human Robot Interaction), Research works in collaboration with other important universities (e.g. Southern Denmark University) and German Aerospace Center (DLR), Participation in workshops and conferences, Dissemination and Press-Media, Peer Reviewer, Courses, Teaching. Research Group: Human Machine Interaction (https://www.hmi.create.aau.dk/) Laboratory: Human Robot Interaction (https://www.hri.tech.aau.dk/)
December 2020 - April 2021
University of Siena
Position
  • Trainee
Description
  • The purpose of the project is to manipulate the object grasped in real world through Virtual Reality. The experimental setup includes: CyberGloveIII, IMU, Leap Motion Controller. The user, using these devices, is able to control the avatar of the hand in the virtual environment. Moreover, when the user touch virtual items in the virtual world, the forces are provided through an haptic device. The KINOVA robot is teleoperated using position and rotation information of the virtual object.
September 2020 - November 2020
Aarhus University
Position
  • Trainee
Description
  • Tracking of the hand through OptiTrack Motive and simulation and control of the avatar of the human hand in Unity3D. The subject, wearing the Oculus Rift, is able to see the virtual hand in the virtual environment.
Education
December 2021 - January 2025
Aalborg University
Field of study
  • Human-Robot Interaction
October 2018 - April 2021
University of Siena
Field of study
  • Computer and Automation Engineering - Robotics and Automation
October 2014 - October 2018
University of Siena
Field of study
  • Computer and Information Engineering

Publications

Publication (1)
Thesis
Nowadays, the need to manipulate objects in hostile environments, through natural movements of the human’s body, has led to the development of several teleoperation interfaces. Nevertheless, during the teleoperation of the robot, the direct vision of the environment and of the robot through the camera involves non-ergonomic user behaviors and occlu...

Projects

Project (1)
Project
Trust has been shown to be a crucial factor in the efficient use of automation. Trust in HRI increases the level of complexity due to the physical embodiment of the robot that shares the same space as the operator and thus resembles (partly) a "face-to-face" interaction. Research in trust has so far been restricted to post-hoc measurements of whole interaction episodes. This is useful as an analytical tool to statically optimize the system design, but does not support trust adjustment during the interaction to ensure efficient task completion. The goal of this project is thus: (i) identification of multi-modal trust indicators in two experimental scenarios (collaborative robotics; social robotics); (ii) data collection and training of deep learning network (LSTM) for dynamic real-time trust prediction; (iii) development of trust regulation strategies ensuring efficient use of the robot system.