TENTATIVE. Program information will be updated regularly until the start of AutomotiveUI 2021.
In this informal session, Dr. Trent Victor will provide an overview of his personal research goals and approaches during his career path, starting from his PhD at Chalmers University, to his current position at Waymo. This session is especially suitable for PhD students and Early Career Researchers and audience participation is encouraged.
This session requires enrollment during the conference registration. Enrollment is free, but comes at a first come, first serve basis.
In this session, chaired by Professor Andrew Kun, colleagues with editorial duties of leading journals relevant to Auto UI attendees will provide tips on how to prepare your work for publication in a journal or conference proceeding, discussing the major “dos and don’ts”!
This session DOES NOT require enrollment during the conference registration.
Associate Editor for International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS) and IEEE Pervasive Computing (editing Education and Training department); Currently special issue editor for IEEE Pervasive and Journal of HCI
Past AE (AAP); Handling Editor (TRR); editorial board (TR Part F); Guest Editor Special Issues (HF, AAP)
Associate Editor: Accident Analysis & Prevention, Advances in Transportation Studies; Editorial Board Member: Journal of Safety Research, Transportation Research Record, Sensors, Transporti Europei, Journal of Advanced Transportation, Transport Problems; Guest-Editor: Safety Science, International Journal of Transportation, Transportation Letters
Associate Editor, Human Factors Journal; Editorial Board, Applied Ergonomics; Guest Editor (Special Issues in AAP, HF)
Member of Editorial Board TRF
Associate Editor for ACM Transaction on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI); Editorial Board of Foundations and Trends in Human-Computer Interaction; Currently special issue editor for IEEE Pervasive
Jane Lappin chairs the National Academies of Engineering Transportation Research Board Vehicle-Highway Automation Committee and is co-founder of the annual Automated Road Transportation Symposium. She is recently retired as Director of Public Policy and Government Affairs for Toyota Research Institute where she monitored global regulatory affairs related to highly automated vehicles. Previously, Jane worked for USDOT Volpe Center, where she managed projects assessing public response to advanced vehicle technologies and the impact of those technologies on driver behavior. Jane served as USDOT secretariat to the trilateral US-EU-JPN international research collaboration on intelligent transportation, and as the US co-chair of the US-EU-Japan Automation in Road Transportation Working Group. Before discovering her true calling in transportation, Jane worked for Abt Associates in their business strategy group, for the Canadian International Development Agency evaluating women’s economic development programs in Bangladesh, and co-directing a public health survey in Haiti. She studied sociology as an undergraduate at Boston University and earned an MBA from the Simmons College Graduate School of Management, the world’s only all women’s business school. Ms. Lappin is currently consulting on automated vehicles safety, operations, and policy issues.
Asaf Degani is a Technical Fellow at General Motors R&D. His research focus is on the analysis and design of human-machine interaction with special emphasis on autonomy. He supports several major projects at GM concerning automated vehicles and leads research work on the implications of this technology with respect to the public space, public acceptance, and ethics.
Wonderme: a virtual networking platform to meet, socialize and chat with your peers and colleagues
Booths: chance to attend the virtual booths, meet our exhibitors and supporters, chat to members of labs from around the globe