I’m Hannah and I’m a first-year PhD student in the Department of Culture and Communication at Linköping University. I explore non-lexical vocalisations (that is the “mmh”s and “uh”s) in human-robot interaction, supervised by Prof. Leelo Keevallik and Prof. Mathias Broth. I hold a bachelor degree in Cognitive Science and recently graduated cum laude from my master studies in Interaction Technology (formerly Human Media Interaction) at University of Twente. I spent half a year in the Robots in Groups Lab at Cornell University in fall 2017, studying how surgical robots affect teamwork in the operating room and I continue to collaborate on this project with Dr. Malte Jung, Dr. Steven Jackson and Amy Cheatle.