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2023
Raucci U., Weir H., Sakshuwong S., Seritan S., Hicks C.B., Vannucci F., Rea F., Martinez T.J.
Interactive Quantum Chemistry Enabled by Machine Learning, Graphical Processing Units, and Cloud Computing
Annual review of physical chemistry, vol. 74, pp. 313-336
2022
Vannucci F., Di Cesare G., Lombardi G., Rea F., Sandini G., Sciutti A.
Vitality forms: a new tool for human-robot interaction
IROS Workshop 2022 5th Ergonomic Human-Robot Collaboration: How Cognitive and Physical Aspects Come Together
Poster Conference
2021
Lombardi G., Zenzeri J., Belgiovine G., Vannucci F., Rea F., Sciutti A., Di Cesare G.
The influence of vitality forms on action perception and motor response
Scientific Reports, vol. 11
2020
Vannucci F., Di Cesare G., Rea F., Sandini G., Sciutti A.
Expressive handovers: neural and behavioral effects of different attitudes in humanoid actions
ICRA 2020 workshop on Human-Robot handovers
Abstract Report Conference
2020
Di Cesare G., Vannucci F., Rea F., Sciutti A., Sandini G.
How attitudes generated by humanoid robots shape human brain activity
Scientific Reports, vol. 10, (no. 1)
Scientific Talks
2021
Vannucci F.
Biological motion in HRI
I-RIM 2021 workshop on Ergonomics in Human-Robot Systems
Workshop/Symposium
Oral presentations
2020
Vannucci F., Di Cesare G., Rea F., Sandini G., Sciutti A.
Expressive handovers: neural and behavioral effects of different attitudes in humanoid actions
ICRA 2020 workshop on Human-Robot handovers
Conference
2017
Vannucci F., Sciutti A., Jacono M., Sandini G., Rea F.
Adaptation to a humanoid robot in a collaborative joint task
RO-MAN 2017 - 26th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, vol. 2017-January, pp. 360-365
Conference
Awards and Achievements
2021
Vannucci F.
IRCN Director’s Globalization Award (DGA)
Organized Events
2022
Vannucci F., Lastrico L., Pasquali D., Cocchella F., Scorza Azzara G., Belgiovine G., Garello L., Rea F., Sciutti A.
Interazione tra robot ed esseri umani: perche’ studiarla?