Accepted Papers may come from any area of AutomotiveUI activity.
To aid the review process, authors are requested to indicate ype of research contribution that the submission makes. This information will be used to find the most appropriate meta-reviewers / ACs (Associate Chairs).
This year, we offer the following four categories for submission:
The submission categories will help authors to receive reviews from experts in their area of research contribution. It will diversify the types of papers published and recognized at Auto-UI. Acceptance is highly competitive: regardless of area, all accepted papers will score highly on innovation, contribution, and quality of thought and writing. Submit your best work!
Lewis Chuang and Wendy Ju
AutomotiveUI Papers are archival publications of original research. Authors are invited to submit papers (6-10 pages) formatted in accordance with the two-column ACM SIGCHI format, with a 150-word abstract (references do not count towards the page limit). Submissions will be accepted through the Precision Conference Submission system. Authors are encouraged to submit an accompanying video. All accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings which will be archived in the ACM digital library. The work will be presented at the conference as a talk. Details about this submission category can be found at www.auto-ui.org/19/authors/papers
Contact: Wendy Ju and Lewis Chuang
A Work-in-Progress is a concise 2-page report of late-breaking findings or other types of innovative or thought-provoking work relevant for the AutomotiveUI community. The work will be presented in the poster format. All accepted WIP submissions will be available in the ACM digital library. Submission details will be published at www.auto-ui.org/19/authors/work-in-progress
Contact: Shadan Sadeghian Borojeni, Missy Smith, Ignacio Alvarez, Duncan Brumby
Workshops address some topic of common interest to a subset of those attending the AutomotiveUI conference. Tutorials teach specific materials either by one person or several people. Submission details will be published at www.auto-ui.org/19/authors/workshops-tutorials
Contact: Rebecca Currano and Valerian Meijering
The Doctoral Colloquium brings together PhD students working on topics related to the AutomotiveUI conference, providing them with an opportunity to present and discuss their proposed dissertations with peers and senior faculty. It will further provide opportunities for PhD students to network and facilitate professional development by sharing research interests. Submission details can be found at www.auto-ui.org/19/authors/dc
Contact: Andreas Riener
Interactive Demos are presentations/demonstrations that highlight and foster discussion of current research and development in the area of automotive user interfaces and interactive vehicular applications. We encourage submissions from both the industry and the academia. For Interactive Demos, bring and/or present prototypes, services, devices, and systems for hands-on interaction. All accepted Demo submissions will be available in the ACM digital library. Submission details will be published at auto-ui.org/19/authors/interactive-demos
Contact: Debargha Dey and Paweł Woźniak
Video submissions are short presentations that showcase examples best communicated in this format. They feature for example the presentation of research systems, visions of the future, humorous parodies or thoughtful critiques of AutomotiveUI, and reports on ethnographic work or user studies.
Submissions should contain a video and an extended abstract that further motivates the category. Submission details can be found at www.auto-ui.org/19/videos
Contact: Sanna Pampel and Alexander Kunze
The following provides a non-exhaustive list of conference topics.