I can gladly announce that, among several other papers of our research group HCIG, the study effort led by me, supported by a User Experience Design bachelor student at Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, and supervised by Prof. Andreas Riener, was accepted for publication at the 2020 ACM Conference on Automotive User Interface and Interactive Vehicular Applications, […]
A bit late but still: After an intense week of discussing collaborations, engaging in several workshops with students, I am back in (somewhat chaotic) Europe. I have had a blast in working together with undergraduate & graduate students, as well as senior researchers and professors from both Wellesley College and the University of New Hampshire. […]
Currently, I am on my way to Boston, MA, in the US. My PhD superisor Prof. Riener and me will visit the Andrew Kun and his team at the University of New Hampshire, as well as Orit Shaer at Wellesley College. Again, we will focus on how a “future mobile office” could be realized from […]
As preprints are popping up everywhere and the official conference program is also already online, I can proudly announce that yet another paper on productivity in automated vehicles got accepted. This time at the venue we love the most: the Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, AutomotiveUI. Happening this year in Utrecht, […]
I am proud to know that the big German IT-Magazine “heise.de” featured our work “Type-o-Steer” in a newsticker article on the Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2019 in Paris, where we presented it. Make sure to check the article by Hans-Arthur Marsiske: https://heise.de/-4444495 ! About two hundred comments (at this date) show that our discussion of how […]
I am glad to be able to announce that I will be presenting our most recent paper called “Type-O-Steer” at the IEEE conference IV 2019 in Paris.
My colleagues present our paper on the interaction of UX and trust in automated driving at CHI 2019!
Yesterday we finished a user study on the CARISSMA Outdoor test-track. Participants were driving in a “real” automated vehicle with a secondary task, and had to respond to emergency take-over requests. Lots of fun and some crazy situations (especially when recording video footage) with my colleagues Katharina Frison, Philipp Wintersberger, Andreas Riener and Shadan Sadeghian! […]
Our new paper on olfactory reliability displays for automated vehicles is out…
We are conducting a survey on HCI/HF research and invite all researchers in this area to take part.