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Riener Andreas <[log in to unmask]>
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  Call for Papers

  6th Workshop Automotive HMI:
  Vehicles in the Transition from Manual to Automated Driving

  submission deadline: June 17, 2017

  colocated with MuC 2017 (
  September 10-13, 2017 | Regensburg

Automotive user  interfaces and especially  automated vehicle technology
pose a plenty of challenges  to researchers, vehicle  manufacturers, and
third-party suppliers to  support all  diverse facets  of user needs. To
give an example, they emerge from the variation of different user groups
ranging  from  inexperienced,  thrill-seeking  young novice  drivers  to
elderly  drivers with all their natural limitations. To allow  assessing
the quality of automotive user interfaces and automated  driving techno-
logy already during development and  within virtual test  processes, the
proposed  workshop is  dedicated  to the quest of finding  objective and
quantifiable quality criteria for describing future driving experiences.
The  workshop  is  intended for  HCI, AutomotiveUI,  and "Human Factors"
researchers and practitioners as well for designers and developers.
In  adherence  to the  main topic of  this  year's conference  "Spielend
einfach interagieren" the workshop calls in particular for contributions
in the in the  area of human  factors and  ergonomics (user  acceptance,
trust, user  experience, driving  fun, natural  user  interfaces, etc.),
artificial  intelligence  (predictive  HMIs, adaptive systems, intuitive
interaction), etc.

Topics of Interest
The main  aim of this  workshop is to discuss methods and models for the
quantification of quality criteria for automotive user interfaces in the
transition from manual to automated driving (human factors perspective).
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Acceptance criteria for (automated) driving systems
* Ergonomic aspects in highly automated driving
* Natural user interfaces in the automotive context

* Futuristic  concepts of  shared  control, vehicle  interior, and  in-
   vehicle non-driving-related activities
* Interface  concepts that  address the transition from manual to fully
   automated driving
* Hedonic and pragmatic qualities of driving experiences
* Methods for enabling and quantifying trust-in-automation
* Methods to foster  "driving fun" as  well as  concepts for in-vehicle
* Requirements for automated driving systems based on personality, age,
   gender, culture, or other parameters
* Personalization of vehicle behavior and interfaces
* Supporting situational awareness through design
* Validity  of  driving  simulator  studies in  the  broader context of
   automated driving
* User studies addressing  automated driving within  field  operational
* Artificial intelligence in UI's (predictive HMIs, adaptive systems)

We  welcome  CONTRIBUTIONS from  both  academia  and  industry in either
GERMAN or ENGLISH language!

Submission Guidelines
Contributions are welcome in various  forms including scientific  papers
reporting  user study  results, theoretical  concept  papers, futuristic
visions or design concepts. We accept long (up to eight pages) and short
papers  (maximum length  of four  pages), both  formatted  according  to
the template for the  main conference addressing  one or multiple of the
topics  described above. Papers  have to be  submitted on or  before the
submission deadline (June 12, 2017) using the submission system ConfTool
Accepted papers will be invited  for short presentations at the workshop
(e.g., 10 minute slots including Q&A). Accepted  papers will be included
in the MuC 2017 workshop proceedings. Accompanying videos, demonstrators
of automotive HMI systems or other media are explicitly desired.

Important Dates
* Submission deadline: June 17, 2017
* Notification of acceptance: June 26, 2017
* Final version due: July 3, 2017
* Workshop at MuC: Sunday, September 10 (tentative)

Organizers and Conctact
Andreas Riener (CARISSMA // Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt)
Bastian Pfleging (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
Stefan Geisler (Institut Informatik, Hochschule Ruhr West)
Alexander van Laack (Faurecia Interiors, France)
Philipp Wintersbeerger (CARISSMA // Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt)

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