Tuesday: Main Conference

Tentative program

This is the tentative programme. Please check this page for changes. The main conference will take place in "Baekyangnuri". Main programs will be held in the Grand Ballroom. Accessibility information will be updated soon.

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Date & Location

Date: September 20th, 2022

Location: "Baekyangnuri", Yonsei University,
Yonsei-ro 50, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, South Korea.

The registration desk will be at the building entrance.

8:00 –  Registration


Location: building entrance

08:30 - 10:00 Paper session 4: Human-centered design


Together in the Car: A Comparison of Five Concepts to Support Driver-Passenger Collaboration           
Melanie Berger, Debargha Dey, Aditya Dandekar, Bahareh Barati, Regina Bernhaupt, Bastian Pfleging

Beyond the Halo: Investigation of Trust and Functional Specificity in Automated Driving with Conversational Agents       
Anton Toggler, Justin Edwards, Philipp Wintersberger

Introducing VAMPIRE – Using Kinaesthetic Feedback in Virtual Reality for Automated Driving Experiments
Philipp Hock, Mark Colley, Ali Askari, Tobias Wagner, Martin Baumann, Enrico Rukzio

What's on your mind? A Mental and Perceptual Load Estimation Framework towards Adaptive In-vehicle Interaction while Driving 
Amr Gomaa, Alexandra Alles, Elena Meiser, Lydia Helene Rupp, Marco Molz, Guillermo Reyes

Investigating Affective Responses toward In-Video Pedestrian Crossing Actions using Camera and Physiological Sensors        
Shruti Rao, Surjya Ghosh, Gerard Pons Rodriguez, Thomas Röggla, Abdallah El Ali, Pablo Cesar

A Battle of Voices: A Study of the Relationship between Driving Experience, Driving Style, and In-Vehicle Voice Assistant Character
Fan He, Catherine Burns

10:30 - 12:00 Paper session 5: Novel Interfaces and Artifacts


Shape-Changing Interfaces in the Automotive Context: A Taxonomy to Aid the Systematic Development of Intuitive Gesture-Based eHMIs          
Debargha Dey, Coen de Zeeuw, Miguel Bruns, Marieke Martens, Bastian Pfleging

Designing and Evaluating an Informative Interface for Transfer of Control in a Level 2 Automated Driving System       
Shannon Roberts, Yalda Ebadi, Nandni Talreja, Michael A Knodler, Jr., Donald L. Fisher

How Do Drivers Self-Regulate their Secondary Task Engagements? The Effect of Driving Automation on Touchscreen Interactions and Glance Behavior      
Patrick Ebel, Moritz Berger, Christoph Lingenfelder, Andreas Vogelsang

Hybrid Eyes: Design and Evaluation of the Prediction-Level Cooperative Driving with a Real-World Automated Driving System
Chao Wang, Derck Chu, Marieke Martens, Matti Krüger, Thomas H. Weisswange

User Experience of In-Vehicle Gesture Interaction: Exploring the Effect of Autonomy and Competence in a Mock-Up Experiment  
Dina Stiegemeier, Sabrina Bringeland, Johannes Kraus, Martin Baumann

Human Centered Explainability for Intelligent Vehicles – A User Study      
Julia Graefe, Selma Paden, Doreen Engelhardt, Klaus Bengler

12:00 - 13:30 Lunch & Keynote & Exhibits


Online Keynote: Cultural Effects on Interacting with Automotive UI
Pei-Luen Patrick Rau

13:30 ~ 15:00 Paper session 6: e-HMI      


Investigating the Need for Explicit Communication of Non-Yielding Intent through eHMIs in AV-Pedestrian Interaction       
Debargha Dey, Azra Habibovic, Melanie Berger, Devanshi Bansalm, Raymond H. Cuijpers, Marieke Martens

"I am going this way”: Gazing Eyes on Self-Driving Car Show Multiple Moving Directions           
Xinyue Gui, Koki Toda, Stela Hanbyeol Seo, Chia-Ming Chang, Takeo Igarashi

Pedestrian-Vehicle Interaction in Shared Space: Implications for Autonomous Vehicles 
Yiyuan Wang, Luke Hespanhol, Stewart Worrall, Martin Tomitsch

"Can you rely on me?" Evaluating a Confidence HMI for Cooperative, Automated Driving           
Jakob Benedikt Peintner, Carina Manger, Andreas Riener

Can Eyes on a Car Reduce Traffic Accidents?    
Chia-Ming Chang, Koki Toda, Xinyue Gui, Stela Hanbyeol Seo, Takeo Igarashi

Get Out of The Way! Examining eHMIs in Critical Driver-Pedestrian Encounters in a Coupled Simulator     
Pavlo Bazilinskyy, Lars Kooijman, Dr. Dimitra Dodou, Kirsten Paula Theodora Mallant, Victor Roosens, Marloes Middelweerd, Lucas Overbeek, Joost de Winter

15:00 - 16:00 WIP & Video & Coffee Break


17 posters & 9 videos are prepared for the second WIP & Video session!

Will be held in the exhibition room adjacent to the Grand Ballroom.

  • Work-in-Progress 2

In-Vehicle Interface Adaptation to Environment-Induced Cognitive Workload  
Elena Meiser, Alexandra Alles, Samuel Selter, Marco Molz, Amr Gomaa, Guillermo Reyes

Design for Perception - A Systematic Approach for the Design of Driving Automation Systems based on the Users’ Perception      
Fjollë Novakazi, Alexander Eriksson, Lars-Ola Bligård

Which Voice Do You Want To Hear From Your Automated Vehicle? User Preference for In-Vehicle Intelligent Agent Voice in Automated Vehicles   
Se Hyeon Park, Seul Chan Lee

Meta-Trend of Trust Factors in Autonomous Vehicles   
Rattawut Vongvit, Jieun Lee, Makoto Itoh, Seul Chan Lee

Efficient Interaction with Automotive Heads-Up Displays using Appearance-Based Gaze Tracking       
Murthy L. R. D., Gyanig Kumar, Modiksha Madan, Sachin Deshmukh, Pradipta Biswas

Adaptable Take-Over Concepts: Considering Partial and Gradual Take-Overs   
Timotej Gruden, Grega Jakus

A Preliminary Study of Multimodal Feedback Interfaces in Takeover Transition of Semi-Autonomous Vehicles  
Jeonguk Hong, Sangyeon Kim, Gyewon Jeon, Sanghyeok Boo, Jeongmin Jo, Jieun Park, Seoyoon Jung, Jiwon Park, Sangwon Lee

Can Visual Motion Presented in a VR Headset Reduce Motion Sickness for Vehicle Passengers?        
Katharina Margareta Theresa Pöhlmann, Marc Stephan Kurt Auf der Heyde, Gang Li, Frans Verstraten, Stephen Anthony Brewster, Mark McGill

A Gaze- vs. Joystick-Based Interaction Method for a Remote Reconnaissance Task      
Joscha Wasser, Marcel C. A. Baltzer, Frank O. Flemisch

How to Map Cultural Dimensions to Usability Criteria: Implications for the Design of an Automotive Human-Machine Interface        
Denise Sogemeier, Yannick Forster, Frederik Naujoks, Josef F. Krems, Andreas Keinath

Tour de Interaction: Understanding Cyclist-Driver Interaction with Self-Reported Cyclist Behaviour
Ammar Al-Taie, Frank Pollick, Stephen Anthony Brewster

Understanding Driver’s Situation Awareness in Highly Automated Driving       
Young Woo Kim, Da Yeong Kim, Solhee Yoon

Building Blocks of Responsibility - A Conceptual Model Illustrating the Factors Influencing Perceived Responsibility over the Driving Task when Interacting with Driving Automation Systems       
Linnéa Lidander, Fjollë Novakazi, Gustav Erhardsson

Toward a High-Level Integrative Comfort Model in Autonomous Driving        
Veronika Domova, Rebecca Currano, David Sirkin

How Driver Monitoring System Effectively Alerts Drivers of Partially Automated Vehicles        
Wen Jiang, Xiaojun Luo, Jifang Wang

The Influence of Gaming Experience and Optic Flow on Simulator Sickness: Insights from a Driving Simulator Study         
Chantal Himmels, André Reinhold Czupala, Tobias Fahmüller, Barbara Fuchs, Lea Hauf, Linda Heidler, Prof. Dr. Andreas Riener

To Show or Not to Show: Redacting Sensitive Text from Videos of Electronic Displays  
Abhishek Mukhopadhyay, Shubham Agarwal, Patrick Dylan Zwick, Pradipta Biswas

  • Videos

Ready2drive – Interactive Online Video-Based Driving Tasks for Assessment of Driving-Related Skills of Older Drivers
Kristina Stojmenova, Nikolas Thomopoulos, Jaka Sodnik

What Do You Want for In-Vehicle Agents? One Fits All vs. Multiple Specialized Agents
Se Hyeon Park, Seul Chan Lee, Manhua Wang, Philipp Hock, Martin Baumann, Myounghoon Jeon

How to Manage Social Order in Shared Automated Vehicles   
Nikolas Martelaro, Debargha Dey, Gary Burnett, Helena Strömberg, Jonas Andersson, Andreas Löcken

Rerun: Enabling Multi-Perspective Analysis of Driving Interaction in VR
David Goedicke, Harald Haraldsson, Navit Klein, Lunshi Zhou, Avi Parush, Wendy Ju

Two Methods to Bring Drivers Back Better into the Loop After Automated Driving at SAE Level 3
Peter Mörtl, Nikolai Ebinger, Cyril Marx, Sandra Trösterer

Radical Innovations in Future Mobility and Virtual Assistants  
Kai Holländer, Lutz Morich, Natasha Merat, Gary Burnett, Virpi Roto, Wendy Ju, David Sirkin

Increasing Driving Safety and In-Vehicle Gesture-Based Menu Navigation Accuracy with a Heads-up Display   
Yusheng Cao, Lingyu Li, Jiehao Yuan, Myounghoon Jeon

A Critical Perspective on Radically Innovating Personal Mobility
Regina Bernhaupt, Mark Colley, David Goedicke, Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Bastian Pfleging, Andreas Riener, Shadan Sadeghian

Haptic Steering Wheel for Enhanced Driving: An Assessment in Terms of Safety and User Experience
Joseba Sarabia, Sergio Diaz, Mauricio Marcano, Asier Zubizarreta, Joshué Pérez

16:00 - 17:00 Closing Keynote


Closing Keynote: Current State of Automotive UI Research in South Korea
Myung Hwan Yoon

17:00 - Conference closing & Banquet


Closing by general chairs
Yong Gu ji, Myounghoon Jeon

Banquet
Conference Banquet will be held in "Allen Hall", Yonsei University.