Professor Chung Hyuk Park’s Assistive Robotics and Tele-Medicine (ART-Med) Lab studies the collaborative innovation between human intelligence and robotic technology, integrating machine learning, computer vision, haptics, and telepresence robotics. The current and future research topics are focused on the following three main themes: multi-modal human-robot interaction and robotic assistance for individuals with disabilities or special needs, robotic learning and humanized intelligence, and tele-medical robotic assistance. In the first research topic, his lab studies the impact of multi-modal feedback on the aspects of human-robot interaction and its application in assistive scenarios, such as telepresence for individuals with visual impairments or emotionally and socially interactive robotic systems for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). In the second line of research, they focus on computational methodologies of machine learning in the aspect of robotic learning of human behaviors and intelligence. Through the last research goal, they explore novel methodologies for utilizing robotic systems in biomedical applications, from simple care-giving tasks towards intelligent surgical assistance systems.