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Call for Workshops & Tutorials
Submission deadline EXTENDED: July 17th, 2013

AutomotiveUI '13: The 5th International Conference on Automotive User
Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications

October 27-30, 2013, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

AutomotiveUI brings together leading experts from academia and
industry in the field of in-vehicle user applications and interfaces.
AutomotiveUI '13 will address novel in-vehicle services, models of and
concepts for enhancing the driver experience, models of and concepts
for driver performance and distraction, effects of developments such
as (semi-)autonomous driving, and the varying needs of different user
groups (including drivers and passengers).

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Workshops provide an opportunity for researchers and practitioners to
discuss themes of common interest in a less formal setting. We are
open to all topic areas, but do encourage workshop proposals covering
emerging and future trends in the field. The proposed workshop should
consider topics that can move the field forward and suggest promising
new research directions. The criteria, reviewing and acceptance will
be handled by the workshop organizers.

Workshop proposals must contain the following:

- general goal of the workshop
- name, email address, and affiliation of the presenter(s). Note that
each listed presenter should be registered and present at the workshop
- topics of interest
- proposal for the schedule of the workshop including the preferred
type and number of participants you will expect to take part
- ideas for publicizing the workshop
- procedures for handling the reviews
- thoughts about how the outcome of the workshop can be can be
captured and retained in a meaningful way
- (short) organiser biographies


Tutorials provide an opportunity for participants to learn about the
state of the art both about theory, methods and concepts relating to
the areas addressed by the Automotive UI conference. We invite
proposals for tutorials from researchers and experienced

Tutorial proposals must contain the following:

- tutorial title and length
- name, email address, and affiliation of the presenter(s). Note that
each listed presenter should be registered and present at the tutorial
- detailed outline of the tutorial, along with descriptions of the
objectives, its relevance to Automotive UI, and course
- target audience level (introductory, intermediate, advanced) and
prerequisite knowledge or skills, if any
- history of prior tutorials delivered by the presenter(s)


Workshop and Tutorial proposals should be submitted as 4 page
(maximum) write-ups. We accept proposals for full day (~6 hours) or
half day (3-4 hours, morning or afternoon) workshops and tutorials.
Please format your proposal according to the ACM SIGCHI format
( Accepted
workshops and tutorials are publicized as part of the conference.
Participation in workshops and tutorials is only open to people who
register for the main conference (participation itself is free of

Upon proposal acceptance, organizers should set up an external web
page delivering all the necessary information for interested

Submissions should be made by sending them directly to [log in to unmask]

Submission deadline: July 17th, 2013
Notification July 28th, 2013

Contact & Further Information: [log in to unmask]

Organizing Committee

General Chair ([log in to unmask])
- Jacques Terken, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Papers Co-Chairs ([log in to unmask])
- Marieke Martens, TNO/ Universiteit Twente, The Netherlands

- Christian Müller, DFKI, Saarbrücken (Germany)
- Jennifer Healey, INTEL Labs, Santa Clara, CA (USA)

Work-in-progress & Interactive Demos Co-Chairs ([log in to unmask])
- Andreas Riener, Johannes Kepler University, Linz

Workshops and Tutorials Co-Chair ([log in to unmask])
- Ronald Schroeter Queensland University of Technology

Industrial Showcase Co-Chairs ([log in to unmask])
- Christian Müller, EIT-ICT Labs/DFKI Saarbrücken (Germany)
- Alex Uyttendaele, DAF Trucks, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Organizational Co-Chair ([log in to unmask])
- Swethan Anand, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Doctoral Colloquium chair ([log in to unmask])
- Andreas Riener, Johannes Kepler University, Linz

Publication Co-Chairs ([log in to unmask])
- Sebastian Osswald, Center for Electromobility, Singapore and
University of Salzburg Austria

Webmaster ([log in to unmask])
- Dino Sepac, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Local Organization
- Karine van den Wildenberg, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Eindhoven

Program Committee

Ignacio Alvarez, Clemson University
Susanne Boll, Universität Oldenburg
Linda Boyle, University of Washington
Gary Burnett, University of Nottingham
Duncan Brumby, University College London (UCL)
Susan Chrysler, University of Iowa
Birsen Donmez, University of Toronto
Berry Eggen, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
Alois Ferscha, University of Linz
Peter Froehlich, Telecommunications Research Center Vienna (ftw.)
Paul Green, University of Michigan
Jeff Greenberg, Ford Motor Co
Riender Happee, TU Delft
Helen Harris, (unspecified) Jennifer Healey, Intel
William Horrey, Liberty Mutual
Shamsi Iqbal, Microsoft Research
Christian Janssen, The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
Myounghoon Jeon, Michigan Technological University
Matt Jones, FIT LAB, Swansea
Jessica Jung, Fraunhofer IESE
Nicholas Kelling, University of South Florida Polytechnic
Dagmar Kern, Bertrandt Ingenieurburo GmbH
Seungjun Kim, Carnegie Mellon University
Matthias Kranz, Luleå University of Technology
Andrew Kun, University of New Hampshire
John Lee, University of Wisconsin
Tomas Macek, IBM Czech Republic
Angela Mahr, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
Rod Mccall, University of Luxembourg
Daniel Mcgehee, University of Iowa
Zeljko Medenica, University of New Hampshire
Bruce Mehler, MIT
Alexander Meschtscherjakov, University of Salzburg
Christian Müller, Germand Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Michael Nees, Lafayette College
Cristina Olaverri, Technische Universität München
Sebastian Osswald, University of Salzburg
Oskar Palinko, University of New Hampshire
Bastian Pfleging, University of Stuttgart
Benjamin Reaves, Oracle Corp
Bryan Reimer, MIT
Andreas Riener, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Institute for
Pervasive Computing
Shannon Roberts, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Kazunori Shidoji, Kyushu University
Mikael Skov, Aalborg University
Joonwoo Son, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology
Dalila Szostak, Intel
Ivan Tashev, Microsoft Research
Jacques Terken, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
Manfred Tscheligi, University of Salzburg
Omer Tsimhoni, General Motors Israel
Jessica Villing, University of Gothenburg
Bruce Walker, Georgia Tech
David Wilfinger, ICT&S Center, University of Salzburg
Raphael Wimmer, University of Regensburg
Ute Winter, General Motors
Huimin Xiong, University of Washington

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