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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

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3rd Workshop on User Experience of Autonomous Driving
at AutomotiveUI 2015

July 13: Submission deadline (1-4 pages ACM SIGCHI EA)
July 27: Notification
August 3: Camera ready version
September 1: Workshop at AUI 2014 (1:30pm - 5:30pm)

Workshop: https://projects.icts.sbg.ac.at/aui2015ws
AutomotiveUI 2015: http://www.auto-ui.org/15
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SUMMARY AND THEME
=================

User experience (UX) in autonomous vehicles has been a growing area of 
research in recent years. This workshop is the third in the series that 
started in 2013. This year the objective is to develop a ten-point plan 
of research goals the automotive UI community must solve in order to 
improve UX in Autonomous Driving (AD). This includes a discussion on how 
we can face upcoming challenges in designing UX for AD, as well as, how 
to shape the design space for UX in AD. The workshop will focus on the 
areas of methodological issues, human factors, entertainment, social 
driving, and novel user interface approaches.


TOPICS OF INTEREST
==================
- Driver and passenger interaction with (semi-) autonomous vehicles
- Driver situational awareness in autonomous vehicles
- Handover situations between drivers and automated vehicles
- User experience factors relevant for autonomous driving
- Novel user interface approaches including natural and gaze 
interaction, subliminal information, and brain computer interfaces
- Multimodal driver information displays and how they differ from 
non-autonomous modes
- Increase of workload due to additional monitoring tasks of autonomous 
vehicles
- Accessibility for elderly and people with impairments
- Experience studies in the lab and in the field with autonomous vehicles
- Study and evaluation methods for autonomous driving
- Entertainment and learning for drivers and passengers in autonomous 
vehicles, as well as gamification approaches
- Ethical issues of autonomous driving
- Security issues of autonomous vehicles
- Standardization among automakers
- Interaction of autonomous vehicles with vulnerable road users (VRU’s)

OUTCOMES
========
The outcome will be a community of people working in the area who have 
articulated a set of new research visions for the area of autonomous 
driving UX. Many of the authors already work together on projects and we 
expect the workshop to lead to further collaboration.

Building on the results of the previous workshops this workshop will 
develop a ten-point plan of research goals the automotive UI community 
must solve in order to improve UX in Autonomous Driving (AD). This 
includes a discussion on how we can face upcoming challenges in 
designing UX for AD, as well as, how to shape the design space for UX in 
AD. Areas of focus include: methodological issues, human factors, 
entertainment, social driving, and novel user interface approaches.

SUBMISSION FORMAT
=================
Submit a position paper (1 to 4 pages ACM SIGCHI extended abstract (EA) 
format) to appear in the conference online proceedings. Submissions have 
to be made via email to alexander.meschtscherjakov(at)sbg.ac.at

REGISTRATION
============
Registration for the main conference is mandatory to participate in a 
workshop. The registration for the workshops will not involve additional 
costs.

ORGANIZERS
==========
Alexander Meschtscherjakov, University of Salzburg
Manfred Tscheligi, University of Salzburg & Austrian Institute of Technology
Dalila Szostak, Google
Rabindra Ratan, Michigan State University
Roderick McCall, University of Luxembourg
Ioannis Politis, University of Glasgow
Sven Krome, RMIT University
Andreas Riener, Johannes Kepler University Linz
Myounghoon "Philart" Jeon, Michigan Technological University
Jacques Terken, Eindhoven University of Technology

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