Accessibility

Quick Facts


The conference venue consists of two locations.  The doctoral colloquium and workshops/tutorials will be held at the University of Toronto. The paper and poster presentations will be held at Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. All buildings are wheelchair accessible.

If you have any other need or inquiry, please contact the General Chair at chair2018@auto-ui.org and we will try to accommodate you as best as we can. We will add further accessibility plans in the near future.

Accessibility at Venues

Mechanical Engineering Building

5 King's College Road

This building has accessible main and side entrances and elevators with access to all floors. Accessible washrooms can be found on floors 1 and 2.

At This Venue

Event: Doctoral colloquium
Date: September 22, 2018

Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

123 Queen Street West

This hotel has accessible public spaces, including the main entrance and meeting rooms, and welcomes service animals. Sheraton Centre also offers assistive listening devices for meetings and has accessible guest rooms. For more information, please contact us or get in touch with the hotel directly by calling (1)(416) 361-1000.

At This Venue

Event: Paper and poster presentations
Date: September 24-25, 2018

Frequently Asked Questions


HOW DO I COMMUNICATE ACCESSIBILITY NEEDS TO AUTOMOTIVEUI 2018 ORGANIZERS?

The General Chair for AutomotiveUI 2018 is Birsen Donmez, whose goal is to ensure the conference is accessible to everyone. When you register for the conference, there will be a registration question labeled "Accessibility needs". In your response, please indicate any accessibility needs such as wheelchair access, sign language interpretation, or a guide. The General Chair will follow up with you to clarify your needs. You can contact them directly at any time by emailing chair2018@auto-ui.org.

WHO CAN I ASK ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY IN TORONTO?

For information about Toronto accessibility, including public transport, go to Accessibility at the City of Toronto or contact Nicole Cormier at +1 416-397-5251 or nicole.cormier@toronto.ca.

CAN A STUDENT VOLUNTEER ASSIST ME DURING THE CONFERENCE?

Student volunteers will be available to assist attendees with disabilities with navigation, meal service, or other accessibility needs. If you will need volunteer assistance at the conference, please indicate this on your conference registration form.

Attendees who require personal care assistance should bring their own assistant.

WHAT IS THE CONFERENCE SPACE LIKE?

Please see the Accessibility at Venues section above for details about the conference space.