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  1. Salter, T., Michaud, F., Dautenhahn, K., Létourneau, D., Caron, S. (2005), “Recognizing interaction from a robot’s perspective” Proceedings IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, Nashville USA, 178-183. Description: Can a spherical robot sense the difference between human play and interaction with the environment. RUNNER UP BEST PAPER AWARD
  2. Michaud, F., Laplante, J.-F., Larouche, H., Duquette, A., Caron, S., Masson, P. (2005), “Autonomous spherical mobile robot to study child development”, Proceedings IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 35(4): 471-480.
  3. Michaud, F., Salter, T., Duquette, A., Mercier, H. (2007), Larouche, H., Larose, F., “Assistive technologies and child-robot interaction”, Proceedings American Association for Artificial Intelligence Spring Symposium on Multidisciplinary Collaboration for Socially Assistive Robotics, Stanford, March. Description: Creating adaptive behavior using proprioceptive sensors.
  4. Michaud, F., Larouche, H., Larose, F., Salter, T., Duquette, A., Mercier, H., Lauria, M. (2007), “Mobile robots engaging children in learning”, Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Conference, Toronto; Description: Can we detect human interaction in real life settings
  5. Salter, T., Michaud, F., Létourneau, D., Lee, D.C., Werry, I.P. (2007), “Using proprioceptive sensors for categorizing interactions”, ACM/IEEE Human-Robot Interaction Conference. Description: Using proprioceptive sensors to detect natural touch and adapt a robot’s behavior
  6. Michaud, F., Salter, T., Duquette, A., Laplante, J.-F. (2007), “Perspectives on mobile robots used as tools for pediatric rehabilitation”, Assistive Technologies,Special Issue on Intelligent Systems in Pediatric Rehabilitation, 19: 14-29. Description: Description: Movement creates meaningful interaction between devices and humans
  7. Salter, T., Werry, I. P., Michaud, F. (2008), “Going into the wild in child-robot interaction studies - Issues in social robotic development", Intelligent Service Robotics Journal – Special Issue on Multidisciplinary Collaboration in Socially Assistive Robotics, 1(2):93-108, May. Description: Using robots in real life environments.
  8. Salter, T., Létourneau, D., Michaud, F., (2008) “Developing Robotic Technologies for Children with Autism. How can a Robot Engage Children in Interaction?” Assistive Technology
  9. Salter, T., Létourneau, D., Michaud, F., (2008) “Developing Robotic Technologies for Children. A Robot That Adapts to the Interaction it receives from Children Playing with it”, ICRA IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Pasadena, California. Descirption: Adapting a robot’s behavior to the child
  10. Salter, T., Michaud, F., Létourneau, D. (2009) “Does Adaptation Gain, Increase or Sustain Child-Robot Interaction?”, 4th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI). Description: How can we sustain interaction between children and robots?
  11. Salter, T., Michaud, F., Létourneau, D. (2009) “A preliminary investigation into the effects of adaptation in child-robot interaction”, Proceedings FIRA International Conference on Social Robotics, August. Description: Increased interaction from adaptation
  12. Salter, T., Michaud, F., Létourneau, D. (2009) “An Exploratory Investigation into the Effects of Adaptation in Child-Robot Interaction”. Progress in Robotics Communications in Computer and Information Science Volume 44, 2009, pp 102-109. Description: A spherical robot adapting to different children
  13. Salter, T., Michaud, F., Létourneau, D. (2009) “What are the Benefits of Adaptation When Applied in the Domain of Child-Robot Interaction?”, International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), 2009 4th ACM/IEEE, La Jolla, CA
  14. Salter, T., Michaud, F., Larouche, H. (2010), “How wild is wild? A taxonomy to categorize the wildness of child-robot interaction”, International Journal of Social Robotics, 2(4):405-415. Description: Classifying different environments for robots.
  15. Salter and Michaud,. (2010) “Innovations in Robotic Devices for Autism”, Paediatric Rehabilitation Engineering: From Disability to Possibility, Edited by T Chau and J Fairley,. CRC Press, Taylor & Francois Group. Overview of all current robotic devices being deployed in autism therapy. Description: 70 pages in a book on Paediatric Rehabilitation.
  16. Salter, T., Létourneau, D., Michaud, F., “Working in the Wild - An Exploratory Investigation in to the Effects of Adaptation and Environment in Child-Robot Interaction”, International Journal of Social Robotics
  17. Salter, T., te Boekhorst, R., Dautenhahn, K., Jacob. D., (2003) “Using Infrared Sensors for Identifying Robot-Human Interaction Styles: A Case Study”, Proc. TIMR 2003, Bristol UK, IEE. Description: Using infrared sensors to detect touch
  18. Dautenhahn, K., Werry, I., Salter, T., te Boekhorst, R., “Towards Adaptive Autonomous Robots in Autism Therapy: Varieties of Interactions”, IEEE International Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation (CIRA'03), Kobe, Japan, July 2003, pp. 577-582. Description: Singular or multiple autistic children play with mobile robots.
  19. Salter, T., te Boekhorst, R., Dautenhahn, K., (2004) “Detecting and analysing children's play styles with autonomous mobile robots: A case study comparing observational data with sensor readings”, in Proc. IAS-8, 8th Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Systems, March 10-13, 2004, Amsterdam, NL. IOS Press, pp. 61-70. Description: Using sensors to detect different play patterns from children.
  20. Salter, T., Dautenhahn, K., te Boekhorst, R., (2004), “Robots Moving out of the Laboratory - Detecting Interaction Levels and Human Contact in Noisy School Environments”, Proc. IEEE RO-MAN 2004, 13th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication September 20-22, 2004 Kurashiki, Okayama Japan, IEEE Press, pp. 563-568.
  21. Salter, T., Dautenhahn, K., (2004), “Guidelines for Robot-Human Environments in Therapy”, Proc. IEEE RO-MAN 2004, 13th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication September 20-22, 2004 Kurashiki, Okayama Japan, IEEE Press, pp. 41-46.
  22. Salter, T., Dautenhahn, K., te Boekhorst, R., (2006) “Learning about natural human-robot interaction styles”, Robotics and Autonomous Systems 54(2), pp. 127-134. Description: How touch can be used to detect human interaction with robots.
  23. Salter, T., (2007), “Sensor-based recognition of interaction patterns between children and mobile robots”, Ph.D. Thesis, Computer Science Department, University of Hertfordshire
  24. Salter T,. Davey N,. and Michaud F,. (2014) “The Design and Implementation of a Robotic Device to Aid in Autism Therapy”, ITASD, Paris, France. Description: Designing a robot for autism therapy
  25. Salter T,. Davey N,. and Michaud F,. “Designing & Developing QueBall, A Robotic Device for Autism Therapy”, Ro-Man 2014. Description: Designing a robot for autism therapy
  26. Golliot, J., Rabi-Naras, C., Vezina, M,. Yves-Marie, M,. Beaudoin, A-J., Couture, M., Salter, T,. Côté, B., Duclos, C., Lavoie, M., Michaud, F., (2015) “A Tool to Diagnose Autism in Children Aged Between Two to Five Old: An Exploratory Study with the Robot QueBall”, Human-Robot Interaction. Description: Using QueBall to diagnose autism
  27. Salter, T. & Harling, G., (2017), “How Can Robots help You in the Classroom With Those That Have ASD?”, CEC 2017, Tampa, Florida.