WearAutoUI 2014 : Wearable Technologies for Automotive User Interfaces workshop
Call For Papers
CALL FOR PAPERS - Wearable Technologies for Automotive User Interfaces
This workshop aims at leveraging the discussion about an emerging topic in Automotive User Interfaces. The discussion aims at identifying the main risks coming from using wearable technologies while driving but also the potential benefits that wearable devices can offer in different driving conditions.
The workshop major topics comprehend and are not limited to:
• Wearable head-up displays
• Smart watches and bracelets
• Smart textiles
• Wearable physiological sensors
• Wearable haptic actuators
• Wearable interfaces for semi-autonomous and autonomous driving
• Integration approaches
• UX with wearables for drivers and passengers
• In-vehicle interaction design with wearable
Papers should be submitted in the ACM SIGCHI extended abstract (EA) format (3-6 pages), available here:http://www.sigchi.org/publications/chipubform
Accepted papers will appear in the conference Adjunct Proceedings and will be published in the WearAutoUI website.
• August 8th, 2014: Submission deadline for the workshop papers. [Deadline Extended]
• August 13th, 2014: Notification of acceptance for the submitted workshop papers.
• Sept. 17, 2014: Half-day Workshop.
The WearAutoUI 2014 workshop is held in conjunction with the AutomotiveUI 2014 conference. AutomotiveUI, the International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, is the premier forum for UI research in the automotive domain. For further information, please, visite the conference website: http://www.auto-ui.org/14/ .
Organizers and Contacts
Maurizio Caon - University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland
Leonardo Angelini - University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland
Elena Mugellini - University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland
Michele Tagliabue - Paris Descartes University
Paolo Perego - Politecnico di Milano
Giuseppe Andreoni - Politecnico di Milano