Justin Edwards, Philipp Wintersberger, Leigh Clark, Daniel Rough, Philip R. Doyle, Victoria Banks, Adam Wyner, Christian P. Janssen, Benjamin R. Cowan
The elderly, children, and people with disabilities are among vulnerable users who can benefit the most from the autonomous vehicles (AVs). Yet, most AV concepts seem to focus on the mobility needs of younger and middle-aged drivers, the overeducated working population, technological enthusiasts, and above middle-class users. In that regard, this workshop aims to explore these disparities, identify the accessibility barriers and search for research approaches that can increase the accessibility opportunities of the vulnerable AV end-users.
Kristina Stojmenova, Seulchan Lee, Jaka Sodnik, Miltos Kyriakidis, Carolina Diaz Piedra, Myounghoon Jeon
In this workshop, we want to discuss and design inclusive and accessible mobility solutions.
Henrik Detjen, Stefan Geisler, Stefan Schneegass, Andrew L. Kun, Vidya Sundar
We will create new visual narratives for semi-autonomous car travels and generate quick infotainment system solutions for these narratives by keeping the fluidity of passengers’ priorities and expectations in mind.
Güzin Sen, Sila Umulu
Discuss the affective state and emotions of drivers that are crucial to assess, and how affective computing could convey appropriate biofeedback to the driver, using multimodal interaction in the car.
Marine Capallera, Quentin Meteier, Kevin Koch, Markus Funk, Mira El Kamali, Karl Daher, Omar Abou Khaled, Elena Mugellini
This workshop aims to bring up a discussion to contribute insights to a list of specialized characteristics and design considerations for in-vehicle intelligent agents.
Manhua Wang, Philipp Hock, Seul Chan Lee, Martin Baumann, Myounghoon Jeon
In this workshop we will explore the examples of prosocial behavior in everyday traffic situations and we'll discuss behavioral expectations of human traffic participants from automated vehicles.
Hatice Sahin, Heiko Mueller, Shadan Sadeghian, Debargha Dey, Andreas Löcken, Andrii Matviienko, Mark Colley, Azra Habibovic, Philipp Wintersberger
Together with the participants, we want to explore potentials for automation assistance to enhance manual driving performance, and what suitable in-vehicle interfaces for this kind of automation support for manual driving could look like.
Dates and Times
09.09.2021, 15:00 - 16:30 UTC
Alexander G. Mirnig, Mauricio Marcano, Sandra Trösterer, Joseba Sarabia, Sergio Diaz, Yasemin Dönmez Özkan, Jakub Sypniewski, Ruth Madigan
This workshop addresses the future workplace within and around automated vehicles. After the presentation of topics, participants engage in the definition of research issues and discuss a future research agenda.
Peter Fröhlich, Clemens Schartmüller, Philipp Wintersberger, Andreas Riener, Andrew L. Kun, Stephen Brewster, Orit Shaer, Matthias Baldauf
Behavior modeling has great advantages in human computer interaction research, but little research has been conducted on computational modeling of driver behavior in the AutoUI community. This workshop aims to identify the research gaps and explore solutions by forming new computational modeling special interest group at the AutoUI community.
Myounghoon Jeon, Yiqi Zhang, Heejin Jeong, Christian P. Janssen, Shan Bao
It appears that autonomous systems are replacing human in the driving task. However, there are still many scenarios where either the automated system cannot handle the driving very well, or human wants to spontaneously influence the behavior of the system to meet their preferences. Thus, beyond the hype of autonomous driving, a large space opens for human-vehicle cooperation at a different level of automated driving. We organize this workshop to in-depth identify potential research opportunities of it under the latest technology of automated driving. In this workshop, participants will discuss the motivations of driver/passenger’s intervention, generate the use cases of cooperative driving, and explore means of cooperation and interaction that human and vehicle would exchange intent smoothly. It is expected that the workshop will consolidate existing knowledge of human-vehicle-environment cooperation and provide insight for future works..
Chao Wang, Marcel Usai, Jingyi Li, Martin Baumann, Frank Flemisch
Customization allow users to directly impact their transportation experience. However, the optimal process of customization remains a mystery. We plan to delve into appropriate means of automotive UI personalization.
Sidney T. Scott-Sharoni, Nadia Fereydooni, Bruce N. Walker, Myounghoon Jeon, Andreas Riener, Philipp Wintersberger
The aim of the workshop is to discuss potential issues and expected challenges for the introduction of the UAM into the transportation system. We expect to sharing our understanding of UAM with experts in automotive fields and establishing future research directions.
Young Woo Kim, Cherin Lim, Solhee Yoon, Seul Chan Lee, Yong Gu Ji