Call for Participation
Workshop on Automotive UI for Controllability and Safe Transitions of Control
Co-located with AutomotiveUI 2018, September 23-25, 2018, Toronto, Canada

Workshop Description
Highly automated vehicles require users to take over control when they reach the limits of the automation. These control transitions can lead to hazardous accidents if the human and automation do not have a consistent mental model of the abilities, authorities, and responsibilities of each other. In this workshop, we aim to apply existing knowledge to identify issues in control transitions in co-operative human-machine systems and propose solutions for them.
Concrete focus points concern controllability, driving mode awareness, interaction design problems such as conveying the state of driver, automation, and vehicle, and evaluation methods.

Participation and Position Paper Submission
The workshop is intended for HCI researchers in the field of Automotive UI, practitioners, designers, and developers that deal with the interaction of humans and vehicles. Workshop candidates who are willing to present their work at the workshop have to submit a position paper (four pages in the
CHI extended abstract format). Accepted papers will be presented at the workshop in PechaKucha style (around 10 minutes including questions).

Important Dates

  *   Submission deadline: August 10, 2018
  *   Decision notification: August 15, 2018
  *   Conference: September 23-25, 201823
  *   Submit papers to: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>

Organizers
Shadan Sadeghian

OFFIS Institute for Information Technology, Oldenburg, Germany

Frank Flemisch

RWTH University, Aachen, Germany

Marcel Baltzer

FKIE, Fraunhofer Institute, Wachtberg, Germany

Susanne Boll

University of Oldenburg, Oldenburg, Germany






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