[conference] ICDL-EPIROB 2019 – Mapping the Self

Janna Gottwald at the 9th Joint IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning and on Epigenetic Robotics (Workshop “Mapping the Self – Infants, Robots, and Modeling”)

Yesterday, I presented my recent work (with Gustaf Gredebäck & Marcus Lindskog) in Oslo, Norway. This full-day workshop “Mapping the Self – Infants, Robots, and Modeling” organised by Daniela Corbetta (Tennessee, USA), Matej Hoffmann (Prague, Czech Republic), Jeffrey Lockman (New Orleans, USA), and Verena Hafner (Berlin, Germany) brought together scientists working on body mapping, peripersonal space, and the sense of body ownership.

From both, a psychological and a robotics perspectives, we discussed infant/child motor development, the emerging sense of a bodily self, and how these relate to models of behaviour.

Here you find the abstract, the related paper (open access), and the data.

Gottwald, Gredebäck, & Lindskog (2019)