8:30 Welcome and introduction

9:00 Life science track
9:00 Alex Kacelnik: Tool use in animals
9:30 Jacqueline Fagard: How infants discover tool use?
10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break + Poster session
10:30 Luciano Fadiga: The motor side of objects semantics

11:00 Cognitive robotics track
11:00 Sinan Kalkan: Affordances, Concepts and Context
11:30 José Santos-Victor: Learning object affordances for tool use and problem solving
12:00 Giorgio Metta: Learning grasp-dependent tool affordances on the iCub humanoid robot

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch Break  + Poster session

14:00 Artificial Intelligence for robotics track
14:00 Justus Piater: Stacked learning for bootstrapping symbols from sensorimotor experience
14:30 Vaishak Belle: Probabilistic planning for autonomous robots
15:00 - 16:00 Coffee Break + Poster session

16:00 Vision for robotics track
16:00 Norbert Kruger: What we can learn from the primate's visual system
16:30 Yannis Aloimonos: Visual detection of 3D object affordances

17:00 Round-table discussion: affordances in EU robotic Projects (Poeticon++, Xperience, RoboHow). 
18:00 Wrap-up and conclusions
18:15 End