Tuesday: Main Conference

Tentative program

This is the tentative programme. Please check this page for changes. Accessibility information will be updated soon.

Information on times, room number, and authors for the program can be found at the following link: https://programs.sigchi.org/auto-ui/2023

8:00 –  Registration

Location: Aula Hall A (main building)

Date & Location

Date: September 19th, 2023

Location: Lecture Hall E003

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

9:00 - 9:30 Conference Opening

Opening by general chairs
Andreas Riener, Bastian Pfleging

9:30 - 10:30 Opening Keynote

Driving Automated. Looking Back – Looking Ahead

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Klaus Bengler, Technical University of Munich 

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break

11:00 - 12:30 Paper Session 1: Augmented/Virtual Reality in the Vehicle

Using VR While Travelling: Manipulating the Orientation of Planar 2D Content in VR as an ImplicitVisual Cue for Mitigating Passenger Motion Sickness
Zhanyan Qiu, Mark McGill, Katharina Pöhlmann, and Stephen Brewster

How to Make Reading in Fully Automated Vehicles a Better Experience? Effects of Active Seat BeltRetractions and a 2-Step Driving Profile on Subjective Motion Sickness, Ride Comfort and Acceptance  
Markus Tomzig, Nadja Schoemig, Tristan Wehner, Claus Marberger, Hanna Otto, MichaelSchulz, Erdi Kenar, and Andreas Schultz

Assessing Augmented Reality Selection Techniques for Passengers in Moving Vehicles: A Real-World User Study
Robin Schramm, Markus Sasalovici, Axel Hildebrand, and Ulrich Schwanecke

Effects of Focal Plane Distance on Perceptual Distance Matching with an Automotive AR-HUD
Maryia Kazhura, Heiko Schroeder, Vitalij Sadovitch, and Bea Vorhof

What’s (Not) Tracking? Factors of Influence in Industrial Augmented Reality Tracking: A Use CaseStudy in an Automotive Environment
Jonas Haischt and Michael Sedlmair

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch

14:00 - 15:30 Paper Session 2: Automotive Measures, Data, and Machine Learning Applications

Development of a Perceived Security Scale for Shared Automated Vehicles (PSSAVS) and its Validation in Colombia and Germany
Martina Schuß, Chantal Himmels, and Andreas Riener

Investigating Various Dynamics in the Box Task Combined With a Detection Response Task: Are There Performance Differences Between Uniform and Non-uniform Box Dynamics?           
Daniel Trommler, Tina Morgenstern, Ines Karl, Frederik Naujoks, Josef F. Krems, and Andreas Keinath

Spot'Em: Interactive Data Labeling as a Means to Maintain Situation Awareness
Philipp Wintersberger, Michael Rathmayr, and Alexander Lingler

Exploring Millions of User Interactions with ICEBOAT: Big Data Analytics for Automotive User Interfaces  
Patrick Ebel, Kim Gülle, Christoph Lingenfelder, and Andreas Vogelsang

Cruising-for-Parking Detection on the Smartphone Based on Implicit Interaction and Machine Learning       
Alba Bisante, Emanuele Panizzi, and Stefano Zeppieri

15:30 - 16:00 Break

16:00 - 16:15 Video Presentation 1

What if Automated Vehicles Became AUTONOMOUS? A Critical Perspective
Mark Colley, Stacey Li, Briane Paul V. Samson, Denise Sogemeier

Exploring Interactions for Collaborative Driving in Fully Automated Vehicles
Tamara von Sawitzky, Ina Marie Koniakowsky, Qidan Yan, Hauke Sandhaus, Ali Askari

Enhancing Explainability of Automated Vehicles with Culturally-Aware HMIs
Thomas Goodge, Jingyi Li, Shiv Patel, Victor Gravis, Soyeon Kim

Data Collection and Safety Use Cases in Smart Infrastructures
Michael Botsch, Werner Huber, Lakshman Balasubramanian, Alberto Flores Fernández, Markus Geisler, Christian Gudera, Mauricio Rene Morales Gomez, Peter Riegl, Eduardo Sánchez Morales, Karthikeyan Chandra Sekaran

A Distributed Simulation Study to Examine Vehicle – Pedestrian Interactions
Yue Yang, Amir Hossein Kalantari, Yee Mun Lee, Albert Solernou, Gustav Markkula, Natasha Merat

16:15 - 17:15 Panel Session: Stepping Stone Panel for Global AutoUI

Panelists: Swantje Wells, Anicia Peters, Jaehyun Park, Manuela Quaresma, Isabela Motta, Martina Schuß, Hatice Şahin İppoliti

ACM SIGCHI Sponsored Panel. During this panel session we will address the issue of underrepresentation of perspectives in academic conferences. In the academic research landscape, we are often missing voices from lower-income countries, Asia, Latin America, Africa, and underrepresented backgrounds. Our diverse panel of experts will unravel the complexities of this problem, fostering a meaningful dialogue, challenging assumptions, and exploring actionable solutions. We invite active participation, probing questions, and diverse viewpoints from all attendees. Together, we aim to cultivate a deeper understanding of the challenges and, hopefully, foster establishing an inclusive, representative, and transformative academic community.


17:15 - 18:45 Work in Progress Session 1


Can We Understand Other Drivers? An Investigation on Empathic Triggers through Voice Information Transmission in Driving
Yujia Liu, Jianmin Wang, Zhixing Guo, Xiangshi Ren

Advancing Dynamic Hand Gesture Recognition in Driving Scenarios with Synthetic Data
Amr Gomaa, Robin Moritz Zitt, Guillermo Reyes

“Play Your Anger”: A Report on the Empathic In-vehicle Interface Workshop
Jiayuan Dong, Chihab Nadri, Ignacio Alvarez, Cyriel Diels, Myeongkyu Lee, Jingyi Li, Pei Hsuan Liao, Carina Manger, Shadan Sadeghian, Martina Schuß, Bruce N. Walker, Francesco Walker, Yiyuan Wang, Myounghoon Jeon

"I See You": Comparing the Effects of Affective Empathy and Cognitive Empathy on Drivers' Affective States and Driving Behavior in Frustrating Driving Contexts.
Mungyeong Choe, Myounghoon Jeon

Enhancing Accessibility for Diverse User Groups in Automated Shuttle Buses: Implications from a User Enactment Study
Alice Rollwagen, Martina Schuß, Andreas Riener

How Do Automation Modes Influence the Frequency of Advanced Driver Distraction Warnings? A Simulator Study
Ina Marie Koniakowsky, Yannick Forster, Frederik Naujoks, Josef F. Krems, Andreas Keinath

Navigating in the Dark – Designing Autonomous Driving Features to Assist Older Adults with Visual Impairment
Lashawnda Bynum, Nia Nitschke, Jana Taleb, Melanie LaFlam, Jennifer Marcussen, Jay Parker, Kristy Lee, Aleyna Dogan, Lilit Avetisyan, Lisa J. Molnar, Feng Zhou

Am I Really Angry? The Influence of Anger Intensities on Young Drivers’ Behaviors
Manhua Wang, Myounghoon Jeon

HMI Design for Chain-Braking Event Based on V2V Communication
Song Yan, Chunxi Huang, Weiyin Xie, Dengbo He

Embodied Conversational Agent Teams for Trust Calibration in Automated Vehicles
Marie Premstaller, Heike Kotsios, Philipp Wintersberger

Automation’s Not Perfect But Neither Are We: Unveiling Illusionary Control And Automation Bias In Automated Driving
Carina Manger, Annalena Vogl, Emely Rosbach, Carina Ziegler, Andreas Riener

I, AV: A Ghost Driver Field Study Exploring the Application of Anthropomorphism in AV-Pedestrian Communication
David R. Large, Madeline Hallewell, Xuekun Li, Catherine Harvey, Gary Burnett

Where Did That Come From? The Effects of eHMI Approach Angle of an Automated Personal Mobility Vehicle (APMV) on Pedestrian Crossing Behavior
Putra A. R. Yamin, Jaehyun Park

RSS Demonstrator: a Tool for User Experience Interactions with Automated Driving Safety Models
Ignacio Alvarez, Bernd Gassmann, Frederik Pasch, Fabian Oboril

Age Matters: Investigating Older Drivers’ Perception of Level 3 Autonomous Cars as a Heterogeneous Age Group
Rawan Srour Zreik, Monika Harvey, Stephen Anthony Brewster

Speed regulation n-back task: Assessment of mental workload using NASA-TLX and auditory P3a
Nikol Figalová, Jürgen Pichen, Vanchha Chandrayan, Olga Pollatos, Lewis L Chuang, Martin Baumann

Passenger’s Preference on Internal Interface Design in Automated Buses: A Survey
Yanbin Wu, Naoki Konishi, Ken Kihara, Motohiro Kimura, Yuji Takeda, Naohisa Hashimoto

Towards a Common Understanding of Driving Simulator Validity
Chantal Himmels, Arben Parduzi, Martin Fischer, Andreas Riener

A Scenario-based Design Space for Roadmapping Standards in Autonomous Vehicle and External Road User (AV- ERU) Interactions
Swapna Joshi, Avram Block, Paul Schmitt

17:15 - 19:15 Interactive Demos 


"I want to platoon a lot... or maybe just a little?" - An interactive experience for automated platooning.
Claus Pfeilschifter, Franziska Hegner, Jakob Peintner, Markus Weißenberger, Andreas Riener

A Demonstration of AutoVis: Enabling Mixed-Immersive Analysis of Automotive User Interface Interaction Studies
Pascal Jansen, Julian Britten, Alexander Häusele, Thilo Segschneider, Mark Colley, Enrico Rukzio

A Flexible Simulation Environment for Enhanced VRU Research
Tamara von Sawitzky, Thomas Grauschopf, Andreas Riener

Design of a High-Level Guidance User Interface for Teleoperation of Autonomous Vehicles
Felix Tener, Joel Lanir

Do you Feel Safe? How Weather Conditions and Time of Day Affect the Feeling of Safety in Passenger Drones
Henrike Böck, Patricia B. Appel, Sary Elmelegy, Franziska Hegner, Andreas Riener

From Me to We: Combining Driving Simulation and Traffic Simulation for Holistic Usability and Safety Research
Andreas Riegler, Andreas Riener, Gerald Ostermayer

IntVRsection: Virtual Reality Environment for Evaluating Signalized and Unsignalized Intersection Scenarios
Jeannie Su Ann Lee, Adriel Yeo, Benjamin WJ Kwok, Zi Feng Wong, Emran Poh, Raymond Chan

Mixed Reality Tool to simulate and evaluate user interactions in the Interior of automated vehicles
Thirumanikandan Subramanian, Fabian Schlichtherle, Wolfram Remlinger

Seamlessly Embedding Buttons into the Leather Fabric of a Car Interior, an Exploration
Haoyu Dong, Brent Temmink, Simone de Waart, Miguel Bruns

Stairway to Heaven: Demonstration of different Trajectories and Weather Conditions in Automated Urban Air Mobility
Luca-Maxim Meinhardt, Mark Colley, Alexander Faßbender, Enrico Rukzio

The Science Gallery: Exploring Future Mobility Concepts at the Heart of Ingolstadt
Andreas Löcken, Louisa Peine, Jens Hogreve, Andreas Riener

Unravelling User Perspectives on Automated Urban Air Mobility: A Virtual Reality Approach
Lenart Motnikar, Marlen Jachek, Lukas Kröninger, Michael Gafert, Alexander G. Mirnig, Viktoria Sandor, Samuel Lesak, Arno Fallast, Peter Fröhlich

Using a Driving Simulator to Assess Reaction Times and Driving Behavior for Forensic Accident Analysis
Claus Pfeilschifter, Maximilian Bauder, Daniel Paula, Andreas Riener, Hans-Georg Schweiger

Using Node-RED as a Low-Code Approach to Model Interaction Logic of Machine-Learning-Supported eHMIs for the Virtual Driving Simulator Carla
Sven Winkelmann, Max Büttner, Dharani Deivasihamani, Alexander von Hoffmann, Fabian Flohr