Plenary Talks
  1. Helen Meng, Chinese University of Hong Kong: "Multimodal Processing of Speech-based Interactions"
  2. Kerstin Dautenhahn, University of Hertfordshire: "Interacting with Robots - Challenges for Robot Companions"
  3. Gábor Stépán, BME: "Balancing and Vision"
  4. Csaba Pléh, Eszterházy College: "The personal and cognitive determinants of personal network size"
  5. Péter Földesi, Széchenyi István University: "Cognitive Bias in Man-Machine Systems"
  6. Betty Mohler: "Human Perception, Cognition & Action using State-of-the Art Virtual Reality"
  7. Athony Pipe, Bristol Robotics Lab: "Immersive interoperation in robotic systems"
  8. Anna Esposito, UNINA2/IIASS: "Youtube Emotional Database: How to Acquire User Feedback to Build a Database of Emotional Video Stimuli"
  9. Frédéric Noël: "VISIONAIR - a Use Case Enabler for Orginal Usage of High Level Visualization and Interaction Technologies Supporting CogInfoCom Issues"
  10. Hannes Högni Vilhjálmsson, Reykjavík University: "The Mind-Body Problem for Social Encounters in Virtual Environments"