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Full Papers & Notes

Important Dates

  • Submission deadline: extended to April 24, 2015, 23:59 GMT
  • Notification: June 8, 2015
  • Camera-ready: July 10, 2015

Quick Facts Full Papers & Notes

  • Submission template: ACM SIGCHI format (Updated templates: LaTeX template, Word template)
  • Submission format: 8-page Full Paper or 4-page Note
  • Online Submission: EasyChair conference submission system
  • Chairs: Joe Gabbard, Paul Green, and Sebastian Osswald
  • Contact by e-mail: papers ('at') auto-ui 'Dot' org
  • At the Conference: Accepted submissions will be presented as oral talks at the conference. We will provide more information once the acceptance notifications are sent out.
  • After the Conference: Papers are accessible on Conference Proceedings (USB stick) and in the ACM Digital Library

Details - Full Papers & Notes

Authors are invited to submit papers that are 8 pages (full paper) or 4 pages (note) long, formatted in accordance with the two-column ACM SIGCHI format (LaTeX template, Word template). We are happy to consider a variety of styles for inclusion in the proceedings, such as academic papers, design sketches, interaction concepts, and industrial case studies. Along with the paper, authors are also encouraged to submit an accompanying video. The papers will be selected in a peer-review process. All accepted submissions will be included in the conference proceedings in the ACM digital library. Please submit your work using the EasyChair conference submission system. Papers will be single-blind reviewed, i.e., you will not know the names of the reviewers, but there is no requirement for you to remove names from the list of authors on your submission.

At the conference, accepted papers will be presented as oral talks or posters. Full papers/notes accepted to be presented as an oral talk will have 15 minutes in total for the presentation (12 minutes for presenting plus 3 minutes for questions). For full papers/notes accepted as posters there will be a dedicated poster session on Wednesday afternoon. Authors are asked to bring their posters along with them and to make sure their posters are A0 in size and portrait.

If your paper/note is accepted, at least one author must register for the conference by the early registration deadline (TBD) in order for the final version of the paper to be published in the conference proceedings. Authors are required to present their work in a scheduled session with other AutomotiveUI papers and notes. Papers/notes whose authors are not at the conference to present their paper may be removed from the proceedings and the digital library.

This year for the first time we plan to invite nominated high-ranking papers/notes to submit extended/reworked versions of their work for potential inclusion within a special issue of the International Journal of Mobile Human-Computer Interaction. IJMHCI is one of the leading HCI journals focussing on the design, evaluation, and use of innovative handheld, mobile, and wearable technologies.

AutomotiveUI 2015 Paper Co-Chairs:

  • Joe Gabbard, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech, US
  • Paul Green, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) and Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering, US
  • Sebastian Osswald, Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany

For further information, please contact the paper co-chairs at papers ('at') auto-ui 'Dot' org.

Full Papers & Notes Committee

  • Ignacio Alvarez, Clemson University, China
  • Vicki Antrobus, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • Matthias Baldauf, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
  • Klaus Bengler, TU Muenchen, Germany
  • Stewart Birrell, WMG, University of Warwick, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • Susanne Boll, Universität Oldenburg, Germany
  • Cyriel Diels, Coventry University, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • Birsen Donmez, University of Toronto, Canada
  • Ayse Eren, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • Alois Ferscha, University of Linz, Austria
  • Jim Foley, Toyota Technical Center, United States of America
  • Peter Froehlich, Telecommunications Research Center Vienna (ftw.), Austria
  • Andy Gellatly, General Motors, United States of America
  • Jeff Greenberg, Ford Motor Co, United States of America
  • Rich Hanowski, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, United States of America
  • Bret Harsham, MERL, United States of America
  • William Horrey, Liberty Mutual, United States of America
  • Kai Höfig, Siemens AG, Germany
  • Christian Janssen, Utrecht University, Netherlands
  • James Jenness, Westat, United States of America
  • Myounghoon Jeon, Michigan Technological University, United States of America
  • He Jibo, Wichita State University, United States of America
  • Wendy Ju, Stanford University, United States of America
  • Jessica Jung, Fraunhofer IESE, Germany
  • Nicholas Kelling, University of Houston - Clear Lake, United States of America
  • Seungjun Kim, Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America
  • Katja Kircher, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI), Sweden
  • Matthias Kranz, Universität Passau, Germany
  • John Krumm, Microsoft Research, United States of America
  • Andrew Kun, University of New Hampshire, United States of America
  • Patrick Langdon, University of Cambridge UK, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • David Large, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  • Jenny Le, Fujitsu ten corp of america, United States of America
  • John Lee, University of Wisconsin, United States of America
  • Key Lee, Bosch Research and Technology Center, United States of America
  • Brian Lin, University of Michigan, United States of America
  • Tomas Macek, IBM Czech Republic, Czech Republic
  • Nik Martelaro, Stanford University, United States of America
  • Rod McCall, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
  • Daniel McGehee, University of Iowa, United States of America
  • Bruce Mehler, MIT, United States of America
  • Alexander Meschtscherjakov, University of Salzburg, Austria
  • David Miller, Stanford University, United States of America
  • Erika Miller, University of Washington, United States of America
  • Tom Miller, University of New Hampshire, United States of America
  • Andreas Moegelmose, UC San Diego, United States of America
  • Chris Monk, U.S. Department of Transportation, United States of America
  • Ahmed Mostafa, University of Calgary, Canada
  • Christian Müller, Germand Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Germany
  • Michael Nees, Lafayette College, United States of America
  • Carolina Neira, University of Arkansas, United States of America
  • Cristina Olaverri Monreal, Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
  • Annie Pauzie, IFSTTAR, France
  • Bastian Pfleging, University of Stuttgart, Germany
  • Benjamin Reaves, Randstad MSP, United States of America
  • Bryan Reimer, MIT, United States of America
  • Dirk Reiners, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, United States of America
  • Andreas Riener, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Institute for Pervasive Computing, Austria
  • Maria Rimini-Doering, Bosch Group, Germany
  • Shannon Roberts, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, United States of America
  • Sheldon Russell, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, United States of America
  • Ronald Schroeter, QUT, Australia
  • Ehud Sharlin, University of Calgary, Canada
  • Kazunori Shidoji, Kyushu University, Japan
  • Mikael Skov, Aalborg University, Denmark
  • Joonwoo Son, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology, The Republic of Korea
  • Fabius Steinberger, QUT, Australia
  • Aurélien Tabard, Université Lyon 1, France
  • Wada Takahiro, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
  • Ivan Tashev, Microsoft Research, United States of America
  • Jacques Terken, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • Antonella Toffetti, Centro Ricerche FIAT, Italy
  • Mohan Trivedi, ucsd, United States of America
  • Manfred Tscheligi, University of Salzburg, Austria
  • Bruce Walker, Georgia Tech, United States of America
  • David Wilfinger, Porsche Informatik GmbH, Austria
  • Raphael Wimmer, University of Regensburg, Germany
  • Yang Yan, Southeast University, China