is a research assistant and PhD candidate in the research group of Prof. Riener at Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt (THI), in cooperation with the Johannes Kepler University Linz. In his PhD, he conducts prototype-driven research on novel user interfaces for productive and safe office work in highly automated vehicles.
is a researcher at the research center CARISSMA/THI and obtained his doctorate in Technical Engineering from Johannes Kepler University Linz specializing in Human-Computer-Interaction in the domain of automated driving. He worked 10 years as a software engineer/architect and was invited speaker about mobile computing and software development at several conferences/events. In January 2016, he joined the Human-Computer Interaction Group at CARISSMA/THI to conduct research in the area of Human Factors and Driving Ergonomics, focusing on Trust in Automation, Intelligent/Attentive User Interfaces, and Augmented/Virtual Reality.
is a Professor for Human-Machine Interaction and Virtual Reality at THI, Germany with co-appointment at CARISSMA (Center of Automotive Research on Integrated Safety Systems and Measurement Area). He is further leading the human-computer interaction group (HCIG) at THI. His research interests include driving ergonomics, driver state estimation from physiological measures, human factors in driver-vehicle interfaces, application of AR, as well as topics related to (over)trust and acceptance, and ethical issues in automated driving.
is a professor of Human-Computer Interaction at the University of Glasgow, where he leads the Multimodal Interaction Group. His research focuses on using the range of human sensing and control capabilities to enable rich interactions between humans and technology. His automotive work focuses on designing cues to support handover, haptic and multimodal interaction in the car and mitigating motion sickness when using VR in vehicles. He is a member of the SIGCHI Academy and ACM Distinguished Speaker.
Andrew L. Kun
is an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of New Hampshire. His research focus is human-computer interaction in vehicles, primarily in speech interaction, as well as the use of visual behavior and pupil diameter measures to assess and improve the design of user interfaces. He served as the General Chair of the 2012 AutomotiveUI conference.
is an Associate Professor of Computer Science and Director of Media Arts and Sciences at Wellesley College. Her expertise is in designing, implementing and evaluating novel human-computer interactions including multi-touch, augmented reality, and tangible interaction. In 2012 she was General Chair of the ACM Interactive Surfaces and Spaces conference, in 2017 she served as program co-chair of the ACM Tangible Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI) conference, and in 2020 she will again serve as program co-chair of TEI.