Program: Monday

09:30 Opening Keynote

Location: Alte Fleiwa

Dr. Michaela Schäfer
Head of CEO Office and Projects, HELLA KGaA Hueck&Co.

Software – innovation driver of the mobility solutions of tomorrow
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11:00 Session 1 – Comparing Input Modalities

Session Chair: Lewis Chuang, Location: OFFIS, F02.

Visual Distraction Effects of In-Car Text Entry Methods – Comparing Keyboard, Handwriting and Voice Recognition
Tuomo Kujala, Hilkka Grahn

An Evaluation of Touch and Pressure-Based Scrolling and Haptic Feedback for In-car Touchscreens
Alexander Ng, Stephen Brewster

In-Vehicle Touchscreen Interaction: Can a Head-Down Display Give a Heads-Up on Obstacles on the Road?
Katia Buchhop, Laura Edel, Sabrin Kenaan, Ulrike Raab, Patricia Böhm, Daniel Isemann

Putting the Joy in Driving: Investigating the Use of a Joystick as an Alternative to Traditional Controls within Future Autonomous Vehicles
David Large, Victoria Banks, Gary Burnett, Neofytos Margaritis

12:20 – Session 2a – Pedestrians: Communication and Alerts

Session Chair: Jeff Greenberg, Location: OFFIS, F02.

Did You See Me? Assessing Perceptual vs. Real Driving Gains Across Multi-Modal Pedestrian Alert Systems
Coleman Merenda, Hyungil Kim, Joseph Gabbard, Samantha Leong, David Large, Gary Burnett

Gap Acceptance and Time-To-Arrival Estimates as Basis for Informal Communication between Pedestrians and Vehicles
Matthias Beggiato, Claudia Witzlack, Josef Krems

14:00 – Session 2b – Pedestrians: Communication and Alerts

Session Chair: Jeff Greenberg, Location: OFFIS, F02.

First Step into Visceral Interaction with Autonomous Vehicles
Raphael Zimmermann, Reto Wettach

Eyes on a Car: an Interface Design for Communication between an Autonomous Car and a Pedestrian
Chia-Ming Chang, Koki Toda, Daisuke Sakamoto, Takeo Igarashi

14:40 14:20 – Poster and Demo Session 1

Location: OFFIS, Lounge.


  • Situation Awareness and Motion Sickness in Automated Vehicle Driving Experience: A Preliminary Study of Peripheral Visual Information
    Juffrizal Bin Karjanto, Nidzamuddin Md. Yusof, Alberto Martini, Chao Wang, Jacques Terken, Frank Delbressine, Matthias Rauterberg (Eindhoven University of Technology).
  • A Head-Mounted Display to Support Teleoperations of Shared Automated Vehicles
    Martijn Bout (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), Anna Pernestål Brenden (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), Maria Klingegård (RISE Viktoria), Azra Habibovic (RISE Viktoria), Marc-Philipp Böckle (KTH Royal Institute of Technology).
  • Developing a Highly Automated Driving Scenario to Investigate User Intervention “When Things Go Wrong”
    Sarah Faltaous (Max Planck Institute), Tonja Machulla (University of Stuttgart), Martin Baumann (University of Ulm), Lewis Chuang (Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics).
  • MotionReader: Visual Acceleration Cues for Alleviating Passenger E-Reader Motion Sickness
    Evan Hanau, Voicu Popescu (Purdue University).
  • A Concept For A Virtual Reality Driving Simulation In Combination With A Real Car
    Hieu Lê, Tuan Long Pham, Gerrit Meixner (Heilbronn University).
  • Examining the Impact of See-Through Cockpits on Driving Performance in a Mixed Reality Prototype
    Patrick Lindemann, Gerhard Rigoll (Technical University of Munich).
  • Towards Designing Affect-Aware Systems for Mitigating the Effects of In-Vehicle Frustration
    Andreas Löcken (University of Oldenburg), Klas Ihme (German Aerospace Center), Anirudh Unni (University of Oldenburg).
  • Human-to-AI Interfaces for Enabling Future Onboard Experiences
    Pietro Lungaro, Konrad Tollmar, Thomas Beelen (KTH Royal Institute of Technology).
  • Challenges of Creating Driver Overriding Mechanisms
    Steffen Maurer (Robert Bosch GmbH), Rainer Erbach (Robert Bosch GmbH), Enrico Rukzio (Ulm University).
  • Experimental Setup of Motion Sickness and Situation Awareness in Automated Vehicle Riding Experience
    Nidzamuddin Md. Yusof, Juffrizal Bin Karjanto, Shivam Kapoor, Jacques Terken, Frank Delbressine, Matthias Rauterberg (Eindhoven University of Technology).
  • Anthropomorphic AI Agent Mediated Multimodal Interactions in Vehicles
    Satoshi Okamoto (Toyota Innovation Hub), Shin Sano (ICI).
  • Control Transferring between Automated and Manual Driving using Shared Control
    Takahiro Saitoh, Takahiro Wada, Kohei Sonoda (Ritsumeikan University).
  • SMALLCAR – A Scaled Model for Ambient Light Display Creation and Review of In-Vehicle Light Patterns
    Jannik Spieker (University of Oldenburg), Andreas Löcken (University of Oldenburg), Wilko Heuten (OFFIS – Institute for Information Technology), Susanne Boll (University of Oldenburg).
  • CarSketch: A Collaborative Sketching Table with Self-Propelled Tangible Objects for Automotive Applications
    Ludwig Trotter, Christian Mai, Florian Alt (LMU Munich).
  • Driver State Estimation Based on Dynamic Bayesian Networks Considering Different Age and Gender Groups
    Ji Hyun Yang, Jihyuck Han, Hyeon-Bin Jeong, Sejoon Lim (Kookmin University).

Interactive Demos and Industrial Showcases

  • Multi-level Force Touch Discrimination on Central Information Display in Car
    Jochen Huber, Mohamed Selk-Nainar, Nada Matic (Synaptics Inc.)
  • Designing for Enhancing Situational Awareness of Semi-Autonomous Driving Vehicles
    Chao Wang, Sander Steeghs, Debayan Chakraborty, Archita Gorle, Debargha Dey, Sietze van de Start, Adityen Sudharkaran, Jacques Terken, and Jun Hu (Eindhoven University of Technology)
  • ASAM: an Emotion Sampling Method for the Automotive Industry
    Michael Braun (BMW Group) and Karina Serres (LMU Munich)
  • Haptic In-vehicle Gesture Controls
    Orestis Georgiou, Valerio Biscione, Adam Hardwood, Daniel Griffiths, Marcello Giordano, and Tom Carter (Ultrahaptics Ltd.)
  • Rapid, Live Data Supported Prototyping with U.S.E.
    Clemens Schartmueller, Philipp Wintersberger, and Andreas Riener (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt)
  • NERVTeh compact motion-based driving simulator
    Kristina Stojmenova and Jaka Sodnik (NERVTEH)
  • Dragon Drive Innovation Showcase
    Alexander Davydov (Nuance)
  • Evaluation of Driver Information Systems According to NHTSA Guidelines
    Rohit Kumar Sasidharan and Christian Lange (Ergoneers)
  • Adaptive Autonomous Driving Policies with GENIVI Vehicle Simulator
    Victor Palacios and Ignacio Alvarez (Intel Corporation)