Francesco RIccio

Francesco RIccio image
Contact and personal infos: Advisor:  Daniele Nardi
Research Area:
Spatial Semantics, Human-Robot Interaction, Knowledge Representation, Multi-Robot Systems
Interests:
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Human-Robot Interaction

Activities
Participation to PhD school
DescriptionExternal siteYear
Second Örebro Winter School on Artificial Intelligence and RoboticsLink2014
LAMoR15 - Long-term Autonomy for Mobile Robots Summer School 2015Link2015
Participation to national and international research projects
DescriptionExternal siteYear
RoboCup 2013, Eindhoven, Netherlands Link2013
GermanOpen 2013, Magdeburg, GermanyLink2013
RoboCup 2014, João Pessoa, BrazilLink2014
OberseminarLink2015
RoboCup 2015, Hefei, ChinaLink2015
Oberseminar 2016Link2016
participation to RockinLink2015
Participation to conferences/workshops
DescriptionExternal siteYear
IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoids RobotsLink2016
8th International Conference on Social RoboticsLink2016
IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and SystemsLink2016
Modelling and simulation dor autonomous systems workshopLink2016
Machine Learning Methods for High-Level Cognitive Capabilities in Robotics WorkshopLink2016
RoboCup International SymposiumLink2015
Long stay visiting research periods
DescriptionExternal siteYear
Visiting period at University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA (21 October 2016 - 25 April 2017)Link2017

Publications
Title Autor(s) Published in Year
1Deep Spatial Affordance Hierarchy: Spatial Knowledge Representation for Planning in Large-scale EnvironmentsA. Pronobis, F. Riccio, R.P.N. RaoPlanRobo - Planing and Robotics workshop @ICAPS172017
2Contexts for Symbiotic Autonomy: Semantic Mapping, Task Teaching and Social RoboticsRoberto Capobianco, Guglielmo Gemignani, Luca Iocchi, Daniele Nardi, Francesco Riccio, Andrea VanzoIn Proceedings of the AAAI’16 Workshop on Symbiotic Cognitive Systems, February 13, 2016. To be published.2016
3Using Monte Carlo Search With Data Aggregation to Improve Robot Soccer PoliciesF. Riccio, R. Capobianco, D. Nardi20th International RoboCup Symposium2016
4STAM: A Framework for Spatio-Temporal Affordance MapsF. Riccio, R. Capobianco, M.Hanheide, D. NardiModelling and Simulation for Autonomous Systems (MESAS'16) Workshop2016
5Multi-Robot Search for a Moving Target: Integrating World Modeling, Task Assignment and ContextF. Riccio, E. Borzi, G. Gemignani, and D. NardiInternational Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS'16)2016
6Enabling Symbiotic Autonomy in Short-Term Interactions: a User StudyF. Riccio, A. Vanzo, V. Mirabella, T. Catarci, D. NardiInternational Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR'16)2016
7Using Spatio-Temporal Affordances to Represent Robot Action SemanticsF. Riccio, R. Capobianco, D. NardiMachine Learning Methods for High-Level Cognitive Capabilities in Robotics Workshop2016
8Learning Human-Robot Handovers Through π-STAM: Policy Improvement With Spatio-Temporal Affordance MapsF. Riccio, R. Capobianco, D. NardiInternational Conference on Humanoid Robots (HUMANOIDS'16)2016
9Context-based coordination for a multi-robot soccer teamF. Riccio, E. Borzi, G. Gemignani, and D. NardiRoboCup Symposium, 20152015
10Multi-Robot Perception and Action: World Modeling and Task AllocationF. Riccio, M. T. Làzaro, G. Gemignani, D. Nardi RSS-Workshop 20152015
11Context in Robotics and Information FusionDomenico D. Bloisi, Daniele Nardi, Francesco Riccio, Francesco Trapani Advances in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, Springer International Publishing AG2015