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) in the area of human factors and ergonomics. His research interests include driving ergonomics, driver state estimation from physiological measures, human factors in driver-vehicle interfaces topics related to (over)trust/acceptance/ethics in automated driving.
is an Assistant Professor at the Center for HCI, University of Salzburg. In his research he deals with automotive user interface design as well as user experience with automated vehicles and the deskilling of drivers in automated vehicles. He was involved in the organization of various conferences (e.g., AutomotiveUI'11, Persuasive'16) and co-organizer of different workshops (e.g., AutomotiveUI'13-16, CHI'15-16).
is a Research Fellow at the Center for HCI, University of Salzburg, Austria. He holds a Master's Degree in Analytic Philosophy and his research interests include driver space design patterns, handovers in semi-automated vehicles, and ethical issues in automated driving.
is a senior scientist at the Center for HCI, University of Salzburg, where he leads a group for human-robot interaction. He worked on the European projects JAST (Joint Action Science and Technology), JAMES (Joint Action for Multimodal Embodied Social Systems) and is currently involved in the European project ReMeDi (Remote Medical Diagnostician).
is director of the Center for HCI at the University of Salzburg and heading the Business Unit Technology Experience at the Innovations Systems Department at the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT).. Being a member of various national and international expert, advisory, and conference committees (e.g., CHI, Mobile HCI series, HRI), his work is based on the interdisciplinary synergy of different fields to enrich the interaction between humans and systems.
Myounghoon "Philart" Jeon
is an Associate Professor of Cognitive Science and Computer Science at Michigan Tech. He directs the Center for Human-Centered Computing at ICC (Institute of Computing and Cybersystems). His research focuses on automotive user interfaces and human-robot interaction.
Zhi "Jenny" Zheng
is a Research Assistant Professor of ECE at Michigan Tech and a member of HCC Center at ICC. She received her PhD in Electrical Engineering from Vanderbilt University. Her research focuses on human-robot interaction, human-computer interaction, and affective computing.
Chunga Hyuk Park
is an Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at The George Washington University. His research interests include assistive robotics, biomedical systems, machine learning, haptics, computer vision, and multi-modal human-robot interaction. He directs the Assistive Robotics and Tele-Medicine (ART-Med) Lab, which studies the collaborative innovation between human intelligence and telepresence robotic technology. He has collaborated with Georgia Tech., Emory University, Grady Memorial Hospital, Michigan Tech., New York Institute of Technology, and Univ. of Texas Dallas. He was also with the LG Electronics Research Center where he, as a team, received the "LG Electronics Best R&D TDR Award."