Ravi Teja Chadalavada

Ravi Teja Chadalavada

Hej hej!
I’m a Ph.D. student working on Human-Robot Interaction for the Action and Intention Recognition project. While doing my M.Sc. in Systems Control and Mechatronics at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden, I moved to Mobile Robotics and Olfaction Lab in 2015 to pursue my Master’s thesis in HRI and thereafter started my Ph.D. The primary focus of my work is on developing techniques to optimize the interaction between robots and humans in a synergeticmanner in industrial environments especially in intra-logistics sector.

I come from a city called Vijayawada in India. I did my Bachelors in Mechatronics at SRM University, Chennai, during which I had the opportunity to participate in a couple of exchange programs abroad. I spent a semester at the School of Mechanical Engineering, MIT, USA and another semester in Tokyo for my Bachelor’s thesis. Upon completion of my bachelors, I worked as a consultant in an investing firm in Hyderabad, where I had dealt with a variety of projects in Energy sector.

I moved to Gothenburg for my Masters during which I also had the opportunity to start-up a robotics company with a team of students from Chalmers, where we were developing a service robot for super markets, offices and museums. This was a very valuable opportunity for me to learn technical and business related lessons simultaneously.I love traveling, especially long drives, reading books and playing Chess.


Ravi Teja Chadalavada

AASS Research Centre
School of Science and Technology
Örebro University
70182 Örebro, Sweden
Room T1212
Phone +46 (0)19 30 36 21


Refereed Conference and Workshop Articles

[1] R. T. Chadalavada, H. Andreasson, M. Schindler, R. Palm and A. Lilienthal. Accessing your navigation plans! Human-Robot Intention Transfer using Eye-Tracking Glasses. In Advances in Manufacturing Technology XXXII : Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Manufacturing Research, incorporating the 33rd National Conference on Manufacturing Research, September 11–13, 2018, University of Skövde, Sweden, pages 253-258, 2018BibTeX | DiVA  | PDF ]
[2] M. Schindler, A. Lilienthal, R. Chadalavada and M. Ögren. Creativity in the eye of the student : Refining investigations of mathematical creativity using eye-tracking goggles. In Proceedings of the 40th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME) 2016BibTeX | DiVA  ]
[3] R. T. Chadalavada, H. Andreasson, R. Krug and A. Lilienthal. Empirical evaluation of human trust in an expressive mobile robot. In Proceedings of RSS Workshop Social Trust in Autonomous Robots 2016 2016BibTeX | DiVA  | PDF ]
[4] R. Palm, R. Chadalavada and A. Lilienthal. Fuzzy Modeling and Control for Intention Recognition in Human-Robot Systems. In Proceedings of the 8th International Joint Conference on Computational Intelligence (IJCCI 2016), 2:67-74, 2016BibTeX | DiVA  ]
[5] R. Palm, R. Chadalavada and A. Lilienthal. Recognition of Human-Robot Motion Intentions by Trajectory Observation. In 2016 9th International Conference on Human System Interactions, HSI 2016 : Proceedings, pages 229-235, 2016BibTeX | DiVA  ]
[6] E. Bunz, R. T. Chadalavada, H. Andreasson, R. Krug, M. Schindler and A. Lilienthal. Spatial Augmented Reality and Eye Tracking for Evaluating Human Robot Interaction. In Proceedings of RO-MAN 2016 Workshop : Workshop on Communicating Intentions in Human-Robot Interaction 2016BibTeX | DiVA  | PDF ]
[7] R. T. Chadalavada, H. Andreasson, R. Krug and A. Lilienthal. That’s on my Mind! : Robot to Human Intention Communication through on-board Projection on Shared Floor Space. In 2015 European Conference on Mobile Robots (ECMR) 2015BibTeX | DiVA  ]


[1] R. T. Chadalavada. Human Robot Interaction for Autonomous Systems in Industrial Environments. Chalmers University of Technology, M.Sc. Thesis, 2016BibTeX | DiVA  | PDF ]

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