Thursday: Main Conference

Tentative program

This is the tentative program. Accessibility information will be updated soon.

Information on times, room number, and authors for the program can be found at the following link:

8:00 –  Registration

Location: Aula Hall A (main building)


Date & Location

Date: September 21st, 2023

Location: Lecture Hall E003

Registration: Aula Hall A (main building), directly in front of E003

9:00 - 10:30 Paper Session 5: Interactions Inside the Vehicle

Novel In-Vehicle Gesture Interactions: Design and Evaluation of Auditory Displays and Menu Generation Interfaces
Moustafa Tabbarah, Yusheng Cao, Ahmad Abu Shamat, Ziming Fang, Lingyu Li, and Myounghoon Jeon

It's all about you: Personalized in-Vehicle Gesture Recognition with a Time-of-Flight Camera
Guillermo Reyes, Amr Gomaa, and Michael Feld

Towards In-vehicle Driver Fainting Detection
Moritz Gebert, Fanny Kobiela, Julia Leibinger, and Hermann Mueller

AdVANcing Design: Customizing Spaces for Vanlife
Saki Suzuki, Ilan Mandel, Stacey Li, Wen-Ying Lee, Mark Colley, and Wendy Ju

Promoting Sustainable Charging Through User Interface Interventions
Alexandre Filipowicz, Nayeli Bravo, Rumen Iliev, Vikram Mohanty, Charlene Wu, and DavidShamma

10:30 - 11:00 Break

11:00 - 12:30 Paper Session 6: Fostering Predictability of Driving Automation

A Real Bottleneck Scenario with a Wizard of Oz Automated Vehicle - Role of eHMIs
Hatice Şahin İppoliti, Angelique Daudrich, Debargha Dey, Philipp Wintersberger, ShadanSadeghian, and Susanne Boll

Do Drivers have Preconceived Ideas about an Automated Vehicle’s Driving Behaviour?
Yang Li, Yee Mun Lee, Yue Yang, Kai Tian, Michael Daly, Anthony Horrobin, Albert Solernou,and Natasha Merat

Affective Driver-Pedestrian Interaction: Exploring Driver Affective Responses Toward Pedestrian Crossing Actions Using Camera and Physiological Sensors
Shruti Rao, Sabrina Wirjopawiro, Gerard Pons Rodriguez, Thomas Röggla, Pablo Cesar, and Abdallah El Ali

Effects of Automation Transparency on Trust: Evaluating HMI in the Context of Fully Autonomous Driving
Jue Li, Yuxi He, Shuo Yin, and Long Liu

Communication of Uncertainty Information in Cooperative, Automated Driving: A Comparative Study of Different Modalities
Jakob Peintner, Carina Manger, and Andreas Riener

14:00 - 15:00 Closing Keynote

15:00 - 15:30 Closing Remarks and Farewell


General Chairs
Bastian Pfleging and Andreas Riener