Tentative program (time is CET and pm)

1:00–1:05 Introduction by organizers
1:05–1:30 Ganesh Gowrishankar, CNRS-AIST Joint Robotics Laboratory, France and Japan
Robots extending human bodies: New challenges for robot control and neuroscience
1:30–1:55 Simona Crea, Scuola superiore Sant’Anna, Italy
Occupational exoskeletons and human-robot synergy: design, assessment and future perspectives
1:55–2:20 Jose Gonzalez and Jonas Bornmann, Ottobock SE & Co. KGaA, Germany
Opportunities and challenges for the design and deployment of exoskeletons in the industrial and healthcare domain
2:20–2:45 Selected Contributions (Videos and live Q&A)
2:45–3:00  Break
3:00-3:25 Tamar Makin and Dani Clode, University College London, UK
An interdisciplinary perspective on motor augmentation from neuroscience and design
3:25–3:50 Harry Asada, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Integrated Voluntary-Reactive Control of a Human-SuperLimb Hybrid System for Hemiplegic Patient Support
3:50–4:35 Panel Discussion
4:35-4:50 Break
4:50–5:15 Sascha Wischniewski and Patricia Rosen, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Germany
Human-Robot Interaction and Occupational Safety and Health: What we know for the human-centred deployment of collaborative robotic systems.
5:15–5:40 Lorenzo Masia, Heidelberg University, Germany
Soft Wearable Exosuits: Design and Real Time Control
5:40–6:05 Divya Srinivasan, Virginia Tech, USA
The human physical experience in a whole-body powered exoskeleton: an examination of physical demands, movement strategies, and human-robot synchrony
6:05 End of the workshop

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