Anna-Katharina Frison

is an assistant researcher at University of Applied Sciences Ingolstadt (THI) and doctoral candidate at Johannes-Kepler University (JKU) Linz, Austria. She is researching user experience factors for automated driving systems (ADS) from a user-centered design perspective. She received her Master degree at the chair for Human-Machine Interaction at LMU Munich.

Andreas Riener

is a professor for HMI and VR at University of Applied Sciences Ingolstadt, Germany with co-appointment at CARISSMA (Center of Automotive Research on Integrated Safety Systems and Measurement Area). His research interests include driving ergonomics, driver state estimation from physiological measures, human factors in driver-vehicle interfaces and trust/acceptance/ethics in automated driving.

Myounghoon "Philart" Jeon

is Associate Professor of Cognitive Science and Computer Science at Michigan Tech. He directs the Center for Human-Centered Computing at Tech. His research on ADS includes auditory interaction, affect, and accessibility.

Bastian Pfleging

is a postdoctoral researcher at the chair for Human-Machine Interaction at LMU Munich. His general research interests are multimodal and natural user interfaces. In particular, he explores novel human-computer interaction techniques in the automotive context, especially related to automated driving.

Ignacio Alvarez

is Research Scientist at Intel Labs, USA. He obtained his PhD in Computer Science at University of the Basque Country, Spain. His background is in Human Computer Interaction. His research interest is on automated driving systems, intelligent transportation and the practical application of cognitive sciences to affective computing and ADAS.

Wendy Ju

is the Executive Director of Interaction Design Research at the Center for Design Research at Stanford University, and Associate Professor at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Her research focuses on the design of interactive devices, particularly human-robot interactions and autonomous vehicle interfaces.