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PhD student in Bioengineering and Robotics (Cognitive Robotics, Interaction and RehabilitationTechnologies). Received her Master’s degree in Philosophy at Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan with a thesis concerning the relation between the aesthetic object and the spectator. After a period of research on the Virtual Reality artwork and the bodily dimension in the digital realm, her project is currently focused on the concept of Self, Artificial Self and subjective experience for cognitive architectures in Human-Robot Interaction.

All Publications
2022
Mazzola C., Incao S., Rea F., Sciutti A., Marassi M.
Human Experience And Robotic Experience: A Reciprocal Exchange Of Perspectives
Humane Robotics. A Multidisciplinary Approach Towards the Development of Humane-Centered Technologies, Publisher: Vita e Pensiero
Book Chapter Book
2022
Incao S., Mazzola C., Sciutti A.
The impact of early aging on visual perception of space and time
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Article Journal
2021
Incao S., Rea F., Sciutti A.
A Self for robots: core elements and ascription by humans
HRI 2021 Workshop Robo-Identity: Artificial identity and multi-embodiment
Abstract Report Conference
2021
Redondo M.E.L., Sciutti A., Incao S., Rea F., Niewiadomski R.
Can robots impact human comfortability during a live interview?
ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, pp. 186-189
Conference Paper Conference
2021
Incao S., Mazzola C.
The paradox of virtual embodiment: the body schema in Virtual Reality aesthetic experience
SPEAKING BODIES CONFERENCE Embodied Cognition at the Crossroads of Philosophy, Linguistics, Psychology and Artificial Intelligence, vol. 66, (no. 2), pp. 131-139
Conference Paper Conference
Oral presentations
2021
Incao S., Rea F., Sciutti A.
A Self for robots: core elements and ascription by humans
HRI 2021 Workshop Robo-Identity: Artificial identity and multi-embodiment
Conference
2021
Incao S., Mazzola C.
The paradox of virtual embodiment: the body schema in Virtual Reality aesthetic experience
SPEAKING BODIES CONFERENCE Embodied Cognition at the Crossroads of Philosophy, Linguistics, Psychology and Artificial Intelligence, vol. 66, (no. 2), pp. 131-139
Conference