Organisers

Andreas Löcken is a researcher in the Media Informatics and Multimedia Systems Group at University of Oldenburg in Germany. His research interests include new display modalities and peripheral interaction in the car.

Shadan Sadeghian Borojeni is a researcher at the Interactive Systems group at OFFIS – Institute for Information Technology in Oldenburg, Germany. Her research interests are in-vehicle interruption management and supporting task resumption using ambient displays.

Heiko Müller is a researcher at the Interactive Systems Group at OFFIS – Institute for Information Technology. His research interest is in conveying spatio-temporal information with ambient light displays.

Lewis Chuang leads research on “Cognition and Control for Man-Machine Systems” at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics (Tuebingen). His research investigates information-seeking and -processing behaviour, especially in the context of man-machine systems, by relying on gaze-tracking and EEG/ERP methods.

Ronald Schroeter is a PostDoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q), QUT. He embraces multidisciplinary research, but his current main research interest is the design of innovative driving experiences that make driving more fun and safe.

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 is on future intelligent transportation systems. He is interested in the practical application of cognitive sciences to affective computing and ADAS.

Valerian Meijering is an HMI research engineer in the HMI Research department at Jaguar Land Rover in the United Kingdom. His research interests include human perception, driver behaviour and driving simulators.