I am a graduate student at the Computer Science Department at the University of New Hampshire. Before that, I was a research assistant at the Software and Knowledge Engineering Laboratory of the National Center for Scientific Research "Democritos" in Athens, Greece. I got my diploma in Computer Engineering and Informatics from the University of Patras, Greece.
My main research interest is Human-Robot Interaction focused on assisted living for the elderly and people with disabilities. I have worked with mobile robots in the context of smart homes, and their interaction with different sensors and appliances. During my stay at UNH my research focus has been on computer and robot assisted rehabilitation and corrective devices. I am interested in exploring new technologies applied in real life conditions, and believe that gamification of HRI is important in lay-users adopting robots in their routine.
A Learning Based Agent for Home Neurorehabilitation, Lydakis A., Meng Y., Munroe C., Wu Y-N., Begum M., 15th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics (ICORR), 2017
Irregular Gait Detection Using Wearable Sensors, Lydakis A., Kao P.C., Begum M., International Conference on Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments (PETRA 2017), 2017
Interacting with and via mobile devices and mobile robots in an assisted living setting, Dagioglou M., Lydakis A., Kirstein F., Dogruoz S.A., Konstantopoulos S., EAI Endorsed Transactions on Pervasive Health and Technology, Special Issue on Mobile and Wireless Technologies for Healthcare., , 2015
Embodied Visual Programming for Robot Control, , Ninth Annual Conference On Human Robot Interaction (HRI), Konstantopoulos S., Lydakis A., Gkikakis E.A., 2014
You can find my CV here.
You can find different projects I have worked on here.
Threespace IMU Integration for ROS and arm modelling suite
Hidden Markov Modelling of Gait Patterns (ROS/Arduino/Matlab)
Simulation And Control Model For The Cyton Gamma Robotic Arm
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