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Anind Dey <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 28 Sep 2010 07:45:59 -0400
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                      CALL FOR Participation

   2nd International Conference on Automotive User
     Interfaces & Interactive Vehicular Applications
     November - 11-12, 2010 // Pittsburgh, PA, USA



   !!!!!!!!!Early Registration Deadline Ending Friday!!!!!!!!!!

  In cooperation with ACM
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The Human-Computer Interaction Institute and Carnegie Mellon
University, in-cooperation
with ACM, is pleased to invite you to the 2nd International Conference
on Automotive User
Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (Automotive UI 2010)
being held at
Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA from November 11-12, 2010.

This conference aims to explore ways in which in-car user interfaces
can be designed so
as to avoid distracting the driver while still providing a valuable
service; explore approaches
to designing in-car user interfaces that provide the opportunity to
improve the driver’s performance
and safety; and to explore design interfaces with devices meant for passengers.

We are very pleased to announce that the keynote will be given by John
Krumm, Senior
Researcher at Microsoft Research:

The list of accepted papers follows:

Speech Recognition Interface Design for In-Vehicle System
Hua Zhang, Weilieh Ng

Managing in-vehicle distractions - Evidence from the Psychological
Refractory Period Paradigm
Daryl Hibberd, Samantha Jamson, Oliver Carsten

Enabling Micro-Entertainment in Vehicles based on Context Information
Florian Alt, Dagmar Kern, Fabian Schulte, Bastian Pfleging, Alireza
Sahami, Albrecht Schmidt

Improving Haptic-Assisted Vehicular Window Adjustment Accuracy with
Varying Intermediate Forces
John Holmen, Mehrdad H Zadeh

Language Pattern Analysis for Automotive Natural Language Speech Applications
Ute Winter, Timothy Grost, Omer Tsimhoni

Subliminal notification of CO2 emission while driving
Andreas Riener, Alois Ferscha, Peter Frech, Michael Hackl, Marius Kaltenberger

Evaluating Informative Auditory and Tactile Cues for In-Vehicle
Information Systems
Yujia Cao

Supporting Unplanned Activities Through Cross-Device Interaction
Timothy Sohn, Agathe Battestini, Hiroshi Horii, Elizabeth Bales, Vidya
Setlur, Koichi Mori

Terminal Mode - Transforming Mobile Devices into Automotive
Application Platforms
Raja Bose, Jörg Brakensiek, Keun-Young Park

Voice Interfaced Vehicle User Help
Ignacio Alvarez, Aqueasha Martin, Jerone Dunbar, Joachim Taiber,
Dale-Marie Wilson, Juan Gilbert

Where to turn my car? Comparison of a Tactile Display and a
Conventional Car Navigation System under High Load Condition
Amna Asif, Susanne Christine Johanna Boll

Influences on User Acceptance: Informing the Design of Eco-Friendly
In-Car Interface
David Wilfinger, Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Martin Murer, Manfred Tscheligi

Interaction Weaknesses of Personal Navigation Devices
Markus Hipp, Florian Schaub, Frank Kargl, Michael Weber

HapTouch and the 2+1 State Model: Potentials of Haptic Feedback on
Touch Based In-Vehicle Information Systems
Hendrik Richter, Ronald Ecker, Christopher Deisler, Andreas M Butz

Auditory Messages for Speed Advice in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
Qonita Shahab, Jacques Terken, Berry Eggen

Visual Cues supporting Direct Touch Gesture Interaction with
In-Vehicle Information Systems
Ronald Ecker, Verena Broy, Katja Hertzschuch, Andreas M Butz

Making Use of Drivers' Glances onto the Screen for Explicit Gaze-Based
Dagmar Kern, Angela Mahr, Sandro Castronovo, Albrecht Schmidt, Christian Müller

Journey: General Motors' move to incorporate Contextual Design into
its Next Generation of Automotive HMI Designs
Andrew W Gellatly, Cody Hansen, Matthew Highstrom, John Weiss

The Importance of Task Duration and Related Measures in Assessing
Distraction Potential of In-Vehicle Tasks
Peter Burns, Joanne Harbluk, James Foley, Linda Angell

Managing Speed in Inclement Conditions Using an In-Vehicle Interface
Jane Barrow, David Cades, David G Kidd, Erik Nelson, Daniel Roberts

Service and User Interface transfer from nomadic devices to car
infotainment systems
Jan Sonnenberg

Semi-Autonomous Virtual Valet Parking
Arne Suppé, Luis Navarro-Serment, Aaron Steinfeld

Enhancing Assessment of In-Vehicle Technology Attention Demands with
Cardiac Measures
John Lenneman, Richard Backs

Spoken Tasks for Human-Human Experiments: Towards In-Car Speech User
Interfaces for Multi-Threaded Dialogue
Andrew L Kun, Alexander Shyrokov, Peter A. Heeman

Effect of Emotional Speech Tone on Driving from Lab to Road: fMRI and
ERP Studies
Li Hsieh, Sean Seaman, Richard Young

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