Tuesday: Main conference

Tentative program

This is the tentative programme. Please check this page for changes. The main conference will take place in "De Munt". Information on how to get there can be found here.

8:00 - 8:30 Registration

Location: at the entry of the building

8:30 – 10:00 Papers session 3: Driving Assistance & Video session 1

Date & Location

Date: September 24th, 2019

Location: De Munt

Leidseweg 90
3531 BG Utrecht
The Netherlands

The registration desk will be at the entry of the building.

Location: room "Productieruimte"; Chair: Andreas Loecken

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems for Aging Drivers - Insights on 65+ Drivers' Acceptance of and Intention to Use ADAS
Hanna Braun, Magdalena Gärtner, Sandra Trösterer, Lars E.M. Akkermans, Marije Seinen, Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Manfred Tscheligi

Understanding The Messages Conveyed by Automated Vehicles
Yee Mun Lee, Jim Uttley, Ruth Madigan, Jorge Garcia, Andrew Tomlinson, Albert Solernou, Richard Romano, Gustav Markkula, Natasha Merat

Video 1: S.Wing: A shared on-demand transportation network system for children
Haena Kim, Auður Anna Jónsdóttir, Jai Shankar, Linda Boyle

Cooperative Overtaking: Overcoming Automated Vehicles' Obstructed Sensor Range via Driver Help EC Best Paper
Marcel Walch, Marcel Woide, Kristin Mühl, Martin Baumann, Michael Weber

Video 2: Novel Human-Machine Interfaces for the Management of User-Vehicle Transitions in Automated Driving
Gary Burnett, Wendy Ju, Sabine Langlois, Andreas Riener, Steven E. Shladover

Owner Manuals Review and Taxonomy of ADAS Limitations in Partially Automated Vehicles
Marine Capallera, Quentin Meteier, Emmanuel de Salis, Leonardo Angelini, Stefano Carrino, Omar Abou Khaled, Elena Mugellini

Video 3: CORA, a Prototype for a Cooperative Speech-Based On-Demand Intersection Assistant
Martin Heckmann, Dennis Orth, Nico Steinhardt, Bram Bolder, Mark Dunn, Dorothea Kolossa

Voices in Self-Driving Cars Should be Assertive to More Quickly Grab a Distracted Driver’s Attention
Priscilla N Y Wong, Duncan P Brumby, Harsha Vardhan Ramesh Babu, Kota Kobayashi

10:00-10:30 Exhibits, Demo’s and Coffee / Tea Break

Location: "Eerste Slagruimte" and "Ontwerpruimte"

10:30-12:00 Papers session 4: Automated Driving & Video Session 2

Location: room "Productieruimte"; Chair: Azra Habibovic

No Risk No Trust: Investigating Perceived Risk in Highly Automated Driving Best Paper
Mengyao Li, Brittany Holthausen, Rachel E. Stuck, Bruce N. Walker

Teleoperation: The Holy Grail to Solve Problems of Automated Driving? Sure, but Latency Matters
Stefan Neumeier, Philipp Wintersberger, Anna-Katharina Frison, Armin Becher, Christian Facchi, Andreas Riener

Video 4: The Real T(h)OR: Evaluation of Emergency Take-Over on a Test Track
Anna-Katharina Frison, Philipp Wintersberger, Clemens Schartmüller, Andreas Riener

Who Has The Right of Way, Automated Vehicles or Drivers? Multiple Perspectives in Safety, Negotiation and Trust
Priscilla N Y Wong

Video 5: Visualizing Implicit eHMI for Autonomous Vehicles
Dylan James Moore, Rebecca Currano, Gamze Strack, David Sirkin

Overtrust in External Cues of Automated Vehicles: An Experimental Investigation Honorable Mention
Kai Holländer, Phillip Wintersberger, Andreas Butz

Video 6: Exploring the Concept of the (Future) Mobile Office
Christian P. Janssen, Andrew L Kun, Stephen Brewster, Linda Boyle, Duncan P. Brumby, Lewis L Chuang

A Longitudinal Simulator Study to Explore Drivers’ Behaviour in Level 3 Automated Vehicles
David R. Large, Gary Burnett, David Salanitri, Anneke Lawson, Elizabeth Box

12:00-13:00 Lunch & Exhibits

Location: room "Ontwerpruimte"

13:00-14:10 Papers session 5: Driver Displays & Video session 3

Location: room "Productieruimte"; Chair: Chao Wang

"Where Does It Go?" - a Study on Visual On-Screen Designs for Exit Management in an Automated Shuttle Bus
Alexander G. Mirnig, Magdalena Gärtner, Sandra Trösterer, Vivien Wallner, Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Manfred Tscheligi

Video 7: Smart Bus Stop Made with Interactive Surfaces
Takashi Matsumoto, Motoaki Yamazaki, Kei Furukawa, Yuya Igarashi, Ryotaro Yoshida, Michihito Shiraishi

Evaluating Head-Up Displays across Windshield Locations
Bethan Hannah Topliss, Sanna M. Pampel. Gary Burnett, Joseph L. Gabbard

Fitts Goes Autobahn: Assessing the Visual Demand of Finger-Touch Pointing Tasks in an On-Road Study Honorable Mention
Sanna M. Pampel, Gary Burnett. Chrisminder Hare, Harpreet Singh, Arber Shabani, Lee Skrypchuk, Alexandros Mouzakitis

14:10-15:30 Exhibits, Demo's, Work-in-Progress 2, Coffee / Tea Break

Coffee and tea, Demo's and exhibits, location: room "Ontwerpruimte" and "Eerste Slagruimte"
Work-in-Progress 2, location: room "Auditorium"

15:30-16:50 Panel 2: Science and Society

Location: room "Productieruimte"

More details on the panel can be found here.

17:00 Munt building closes

18:30 conference dinner


Oudegracht 158 
3511 AZ Utrecht
The Netherlands


The dinner venue is a historic location in the Netherlands; it used to be the first “Grocery store” / “shopping centre” of the Netherlands. Now, it has been turned into a beautiful restaurant. It is located right downtown in Utrecht, next to the canals. From the balcony (and some of the rooms in which the dinner will be) you also have a wonderful view over the town including a view of the famous Dome tower.


Walking: When travelling to Winkel van Sinkel, you can take a walk through the centre of Utrecht, which will take you about 10 minutes from Utrecht Central Station. By

Bus: From Central Station, you can take busses 2, 3, 8 and 28 to busstop “Neude” and walk for 3 minutes to Winkel van Sinkel. By Bike: You can also travel here by bicycle, which will take you about 4 minutes from Utrecht Central station.

Accessibility: The venue is wheelchair accessible by using a side entrance. Please inform the local chairs upfront (local@auto-ui.org) so they can ask one of the employees of Winkel van Sinkel to allow access through the side-entrance.