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Beáta Korcsok
name Beáta Korcsok
year of birth 1988
name of institution Budapest University of Technology and Economics
doctoral school BME Géza Pattantyús-Ábrahám Doctoral School of Mechanical Engineering
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E-mail address korcsokbeagmail.com
thesis supervisor Péter Korondi
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degree PhD
starting of doctoral studies 2014
date of final certificate (year,month) 2017/08

Péter Korondi, Szilveszter Kovács, Mihoko Niitsuma, Beáta Korcsok: Etho-robotics: What kind of behaviour can we learn from the animals?, In: 11th IFAC Symposium on Robot Control (SYROCO 2015).Salvador, Brazília, 2015.08.26-2015.08.28. pp. 246-254. Kiadvány: 2015.
type of document: Conference paper/Előadás vagy poszter cikke
language: English

Faragó Tamás, Miklósi Ádám, Korcsok Beáta, Száraz Judit, Gácsi Márta: Social behaviours in dog-owner interactions can serve as a model for designing social robots, INTERACTION STUDIES 15: (2)
type of document: Journal paper/Article
number of independent citations: 1
language: English

Faragó Tamás, Gácsi Márta, Korcsok Beáta, Miklósi Ádám: Why is a dog-behaviour-inspired social robot not a doggy-robot?, INTERACTION STUDIES 15: (2)
type of document: Journal paper/Article
language: English

Korcsok Beáta, Korondi Péter, Miklósi Ádám: Az etológia szerepe a szociális robotok fejlesztésében, In: Szerk.: Péter Korondi Proceedings of ARES’14: Workshop on Application of Robotics for Enhanced Security. Budapest: BUTE, 2014. pp. 66-70.
type of document: Part of book/Proceedings Paper
language: Hungarian
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research area Social robotics, human-robot interactions. Ethologically inspired robot behaviour, the use of ethological models in social robotics.
research field in which current research is conducted mechanical engineering

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