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Call for Work-in-progress Papers & Interactive Demos
Automotive UI 2013 // in cooperation with ACM SIGCHI   
Eindhoven, The Netherlands, October 27-30, 2013

Submissions due: September 8, 2013
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AutomotiveUI 2013, the fith edition of the  International  Conference on
Automotive User Interfaces and  Interactive  Vehicular  Applications, is
the premier forum for UI research in the automotive domain.
AutomotiveUI brings together researchers  and  practitioners  interested
in  both  the  technical  and the  human  aspects   of   in-vehicle user
interfaces and applications. AutomotiveUI  2013  will  investigate novel
in-vehicle services, issues related to  driver  distraction,  approaches
to improving driver performance,  and  the varying  needs  of  different
user  groups.  Work-in-progress  papers  and  interactive  demos  should
report on ongoing or late-breaking work, or include research  prototypes
that  can  generate  discussions  and  demonstrations   with   the other
conference participants. The format for  this  track  is  a 2-page paper
that,  if  accepted,  will  appear  in  the adjunct  proceedings  of the
conference. In addition to the paper,  authors  are  also  encouraged to
submit an accompanying video. Participants in this  track  will  present
their work in poster/demonstration  sessions  and  have  in addition one
minute each to introduce  their  posters  to  the  conference  audience.

Please format  your  paper  according  to ACM  SIGCHI  format  templates
<http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates> using   the
form that includes  a block  for the  copyright  information  (copyright
statement will be provided  later). Submissions should be made using the
submission  system provided at <https://www.pervasive.jku.at/AutoUI13/>.
Further directions for submission can be found at the conference website
<http://www.auto-ui.org/13/submit.php>.  The  demonstration s ubmissions
must also include a separate appendix or video describing in  detail the
key  elements of the  demonstration, the technical   requirements of the
demonstration   (required   visual   and/or  acoustical  settings, space
requirements, the power supply needed, networking options, etc). If your
submission  is  accepted,  at  least one  author must  register for  the
conference  by the  early  registration deadline in  order for the work-
in-progress and/or interactive  demonstration  abstracts to be published
in the adjunct conference proceedings.

The topics of AutomotiveUI 2013 include, but are not limited to:
 > new concepts for (multi-modal) in-car user interfaces
 > input/output while driving, interaction with navigation systems
 > evaluation and benchmarking of in-car user interfaces
 > assistive technology in the vehicular context
 > interfaces for and studies of (semi-)autonomous driving
 > methods, tools, standards for automotive user interface research
 > automotive user interface frameworks and toolkits
 > detecting and estimating user intentions, cognitive load, distraction
 > subliminal techniques for workload reduction
 > biometrics and physiological sensors as a user interface component
 > applications and user interfaces for inter-vehicle communication
 > in-car gaming and entertainment
 > different user groups and user group characteristics
 > in-situ studies of automotive user interface approaches
 > driving safety research using real vehicles and simulator studies
 > general automotive user experience research
 > topics associated with automotive user interface standards
 > vehicle based apps, web / cloud enabled connectivity
 > the role of subliminal cues and feedback to augment driving behavior
 

General Chair ([log in to unmask])
  > Jacques Terken, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Work-in-progress and Demo Chair ([log in to unmask])  
  > Andreas Riener, JKU Linz, Austria

If you have additional questions please contact the organizers  directly
at <[log in to unmask]>

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