Matthew Pan

Ph.D.

Publications

Pan, M.K.X.J., Parker, C.A., Croft, E.A., “Lifting with People: User Driven Design of a Cooperative Lifting Controller for pHRI.” Submitted to IEEE Trans. Robotics (TRO), July 2015.

Chan, W.P., Pan, M.K.X.J., Croft, E.A., Inaba, M., “Characterization of Handover Orientations Used by Humans for E cient Robot to Human Handovers.” In Proc. IEEE/RSJ Int. Conf. Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS’15), Sept. 2015.

Hart, J.W., Sheikholeslami, S., Pan, M.K., Chan, W.P., Croft, E.A., “Predictions of Human Task Performance and Handover Trajectories for Human-Robot Interaction.” In Proc. ACM/IEEE Human-Robot Interaction (HRI’15) Extended Abstracts, March 2015.

Zheng, M., Moon, A., Gleeson, B., Troniak, D., Pan, M.K.X.J., Blumer, B.A., Croft, E.A., Meng, M.Q.H. (2014), “Human Behavioural Responses to Robot Head Gaze during Human-Robot Handovers.” In Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Robotics and Biomimetics (ROBIO’14), Dec. 2014.

Hart, J., Gleeson, B., Pan, M.K.X.J., Moon, A., MacLean, K.E., Croft, E. A. (2014),Gesture, Gaze, Touch, and Hesitation: Timing Cues for Collaborative Work. In Proc. ACM/IEEE Human-Robot Interaction Timing Workshop (HRI’14), March 2014.

Moon, A., Troniak, D.M., Gleeson, B., Pan, M.K.X.J., Zheng, M., Blumer, B.A., MacLean, K.E., Croft, E. A. (2014),Meet Me where I’m Gazing: How Shared Attention Gaze A ffects Human-Robot Handover Timing. In Proc. ACM/IEEE Human-Robot Interaction (HRI’14), March 2014.

Pan, M.K.X.J., McGrenere, J., Croft, E. A., MacLean, K.E. (2014), Exploring the Role of Haptic Feedback in an Implicit HCI-Based Bookmarking Application. IEEE Trans. Haptics, Feb 2014.

MacLean, K.E., Yohanan, S., Se dgar, Y., Pan, M.K.X.J., Croft, E. A., McGrenere, J. (2011),Emotional Communication and Implicit Control through Touch. Proc. IEEE Haptics Symposium (HAPTICS ’12), Vancouver, Canada, March 2011.

Pan, M.K.X.J., Chang, J.-S., Himmetoglu, G.H., Moon, A., Hazelton, T.W., MacLean, K.E., Croft, E.A. (2011). Now where was I? Physiologically-Triggered Bookmarking. In Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference on Human factors in computing systems (CHI ’11). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 363-372. (MASc Work – International Conference)

Pan, M.K.X.J., Chang, J.-S., Himmetoglu, G.H., Moon, A., Hazelton, T.W., MacLean, K.E., Croft, E.A. (2011). “Galvanic skin response-derived bookmarking of an audio stream.” In Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems (CHI EA ’11). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 1135-1140. (MASc Work– International Conference)

Karuei, I., Hazelton, T. W., MacLean, K. E., Baumann, M., Pan, M. (2010). “Presenting a Biometrically-Driven Haptic Interaction Loop.” in ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’10), Workshop on Whole Body Interaction. Atlanta, GA, 4 pages, April 2010. (MASc Work – International Conference)

Pan, M.K.X.J., Baumann, M. A., Hazelton, T. W., MacLean, K. E., Croft, E.A. (2010). “Expressive Wearable Haptic Devices.” In Proceedings of IEEE Haptic Symposium (HAPTICS ’10), Waltham, MA, USA, IEEE Press, March 2010. (MASc Work– International Conference)

Pan, M.K., Pardasani, U., Yip, M. (2009). “Design of a 3D Image-Guided Tele-Operated Laparoscopic Instrument”. Report written for Robarts Imaging and Canadian Surgical Technologies and Advanced Robotics at the London Health Sciences Centre (BASc Work).

Pan, M.K., Pardasani, U., Yip, M. (2009). “Design of a 3D Image-Guided Tele-Operated Laparoscopic Instrument”. Poster presented at the 2009 University of Waterloo Mechatronics Engineering Design Symposium (BASc Work).

Pan, M.K., (2008). “MotionStation3D Development and Deployment”. Research Report, written for University of Western Ontario (BASc Work).

Pan, M.K., (2007). “Paygea High-Availability Server Reconfiguration Design Proposal”. Report written for Agilabs Technical Research Solutions and Paygea (BASc Work).

Pan, M.K., (2006). “An Analysis of UA424 First Functional Test Yields”. Report written for Tyco Safety Products (BASc Work).

Pan, M.K., (2005). “An Analysis of Automated Fire Preaction Systems”. Report written for MechWave Engineering (BASc Work).