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Cristina Olaverri <[log in to unmask]>
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Apologies for multiple postings of this announcement!

Please, forward this CFP to potentially interested people. Thanks!






Sunday 19 June 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden


To be held at the 2016 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, IV'16

June 19 - June 22, 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden











The IEEE Workshop on Human Factors in Intelligent Vehicles (HFIV'16)
allocated with the 2016 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, to be held in
Gothenburg, Sweden, June 19- June 22, 2016, is the fifth edition of its


The HFIV'16 welcomes and encourages contributions reporting on original
research, work under development and experiments of different fields related
to Human Factors.


The IEEE Workshop series on Human Factors in Intelligent Vehicles aims to
foster discussion on issues related to the analysis of human factors in the
design and evaluation of intelligent vehicles technologies, in a wide
spectrum of applications and in different dimensions. It is expected to
build upon a proper environment to disseminate knowledge and motivate
interactions among the technical and scientific communities, practitioners
and students, allowing state-of-the-art concepts and advances to be further
developed and enhanced.


IV technologies have experienced a great improvement in the last couple of
decades, turning vehicles into more interactive counterparts in
transportation and mobility systems. However, analyzing the impact of such
technologies on traffic awareness for the drivers and their behavior towards
improving driving performance while reducing road accidents as well as
psycho and physical exhaustion still demands proper tools and approaches.


Whereas the feasibility of incorporating new technology-driven
functionalities to vehicles has played a central role in the automotive
design, not always safety issues related to interaction with the new
in-vehicle systems have been taken into consideration. Additionally, other
aspects are equally important and need to be accounted for, such as the
impact technologies that support specific driving functions play on the
primary task of driving the vehicle, as well as their impact on overall
performance of transportation systems. Besides current industrial
achievements that feature today's vehicles with a number of important
driving assistance systems, the perspective of autonomous driving vehicles
populating urban settings pose even more challenging issues.


Also, the information and functionalities that rely on new ways of
communication have to be presented in a non-intrusive way while complying
with specific design requirements. A system that guarantees efficiency of
use, comfort and user satisfaction is inarguably an important contribution
towards a more conscious driving behavior that directly results from the
adoption of IV technologies.





The HFIV'16 welcomes and encourages contributions reporting on original
research, work under development and experiments of different fields related
to Human Factors. 

Some topics of interest include (but are not limited to) the following: 


*	Intelligent user interfaces
*	Human-machine interaction
*	Human-in-the-loop simulation
*	Cognitive aspects of driving
*	Interaction with Autonomous Vehicles
*	Human behavior and capability, affecting system'design and operation
*	Data sources, naturalistic data and synthetic data
*	Behavior Modeling, Simulation and Analysis
*	Methodologies to optimize overall system performance
*	Tools and approaches to analyze human factors
*	Ergonomics of traveler information systems
*	Anthropometric layout of vehicular technical systems
*	Mixed Reality
*	Cross-Cultural Design
*	Augmented Cognition
*	User Experience and Usability
*	User Interfaces for Autonomous Vehicles
*	Computer Aided Ergonomics Analysis
*	Effects of in-vehicle systems on driver performance
*	Tools and methodologies for usability assessment
*	Input/Output modalities in system ergonomic design
*	Learning, Anticipation, and Adaptation balance
*	Methodologies for driver training




Prospective authors are invited to submit contributions reporting on their
current research and ideas that motivate discussion during the workshop.
Each paper will be analyzed by an International Program Committee according
to quality of presentation, relevance and potential contribution.


Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings in a digital
format and will be indexed in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Authors must
follow the IEEE Conference format in the preparation of their manuscripts of
maximum 6 pages in standard IEEE double column PDF format and submit them
through the conference submission system for peer-review by the
International Program Committee. Manuscripts will be submitted selecting the
code number for the Workshop on Human Factors in Intelligent Vehicles: cgmfb

All accepted papers will imply that at least one of the co-authors attends
the workshop to present the work. Authors will be given a certain time to
orally present their papers and discussion will be actively motivated among


Camera-ready manuscripts must be sent due on April 22, 2016. 

Further and up-to-date information can be found on the official web site of
the workshop at





.         Papers submission: March 15, 2016.

.         Paper acceptance notification: April 8, 2016.

.         Camera-ready version due: April 22, 2016.

.         Workshop sessions: Sunday, June 19, 2016.




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