MobiTAS: HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems - Program

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(Last Updated: 30 June, 2022)
Sun, 26 June | Mon, 27 June | Tue, 28 June | Wed, 29 June | Thu, 30 June | Fri, 1 July
Sunday, 26 June 2022
19:30 - 21:30

S025: Understanding Drivers and Driving Behavior
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Understanding Drivers’ Physiological Responses in Different Road Conditions
    Sara Mostowfi, Jung Hyup Kim, United States
  • A Preliminary Evaluation of Driver’s Workload in Partially Automated Vehicles
    Ruobing Zhao, Yi Liu, Tianjian Li, Yueqing Li, United States
  • The impact of Directional Road Signs Combinations and Language Unfamiliarity on Driving Behavior
    Yi Liu, Ruobing Zhao, Tianjian Li, Yueqing Li, United States
  • Effect of Age on Driving Behavior and a Neurophysiological Interpretation
    Tianjian Li, Ruobing Zhao, Yi Liu, Xinyu Liu, Yueqing Li, United States
  • Creating Geopositioned 3D Areas of Interest from Fleet Gaze Data
    Jan Bickerdt, Christian Gollnick, Jan Sonnenberg, Enkelejda Kasneci, Germany
Monday, 27 June 2022
15:00 - 17:00

S055: Attracting and Retaining Public Transport Passengers by Tailor-Made Services
Chair: Ulrike Stopka, Germany

  • Towards a Customizable Usage Requirements Cycle
    Cindy Mayas, Germany
  • Corporate Mobility Budgets as a Contribution to the Enforcement of Sustainable Mobility
    Markus Schlegel, Ulrike Stopka, Germany
  • Robust Linear Regression-Based GIS Technique for Modeling the Processing Time at Tourism Destinations
    Ali Mahdi, Domokos Esztergár-Kiss, Hungary
  • Mobility Data Stories for a better Understanding of Mobility Data
    Tobias Steinert, Ulrike Große, Matthias Hirth, Heidi Krömker, Germany
17:30 - 19:30

S082: UX Aspects of Interactions with Vehicles
Chair: Naomi Mbelekani, Germany

  • Inspection of In-Vehicle Touchscreen Infotainment Display for Different Screen Locations, Menu Types, and Positions
    Saumil Patel, Yi Liu, Ruobing Zhao, Xinyu Liu, Yueqing Li, United States
  • Social Acceptability of Autonomous Vehicles: Unveiling Correlation of Passenger Trust and Emotional Response
    Corey Park, Mehrdad Nojoumian, United States
  • HAVIT: A VR-Based Platform to Support Human-Autonomous Vehicle Interaction Study
    Xiaolei Guo, Dayu Wan, Dongfang Liu, Christos Mousas, Yingjie Chen, United States
  • Traffic and Transport Ergonomics on Long Term Multi-Agent Social Interactions: A Road User’s Tale
    Naomi Mbelekani, Klaus Bengler, Germany
  • Investigating End-user Acceptance of Last-mile Delivery by Autonomous Vehicles in the United States
    Antonios Saravanos, Olivia Verni, Ian Moore, Sall Aboubacar, Jen Arriaza, Sabrina Jivani, Audrey Bennett, Siqi Li, Dongnanzi (Janet) Zheng, Stavros Zervoudakis, United States
Tuesday, 28 June 2022
14:30 - 16:30

S139: Micromobility: Ridership and Sharing
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Exploring Private Scooter Owners' Willingness to Introduce their Own Scooter into Vehicle Sharing Services
    Fei-Hui Huang, Taiwan*, China
  • Enabling Knowledge Extraction on Bike Sharing Systems throughout Open Data
    Francisco Marquez Saldaña, Gonzalo A. Aranda-Corral, Joaquín Borrego-Díaz, Spain
  • Temporal Travel Demand Analysis of Irregular Bike-Sharing Users
    Ahmed Jaber, Bálint Csonka, Hungary
  • Do additional auditory instructions in smartphone navigation con-tribute to the road safety of cyclists? A field study evaluating the gaze behavior of cyclists
    Yasmin Dufner, Mathias Trefzger, Naemi Gerst, Thomas Schlegel, Germany
Wednesday, 29 June 2022
12:00 - 14:00

S169: Vehicle Automation Design and Development: Methods and Tools
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Face2Statistics: User-Friendly, Low-Cost and Effective Alternative to In-Vehicle Sensors/Monitors for Drivers
    Zeyu Xiong, Jiahao Wang, Wangkai Jin, Junyu Liu, P.R. China; Yicun Duan, Hong Kong; Zilin Song, Xiangjun Peng, P.R. China
  • Oneiros-OpenDS: An Interactive and Extensible Toolkit for Agile and Automated Developments of Complicated Driving Scenes
    Shuolei Wang, Junyu Liu, Haoxuan Sun, Xiaoxing Ming, Wangkai Jin, Zilin Song, Xiangjun Peng, P.R. China
  • Omniverse-OpenDS: Enabling Agile Developments for Complex Driving Scenarios via Reconfigurable Abstractions
    Zilin Song, P.R. China; Yicun Duan, Hong Kong; Wangkai Jin, Shuchang Huang, Shuolei Wang, Xiangjun Peng, P.R. China
  • Towards Scenario-based and Question-driven Explanations in Autonomous Vehicles
    Yiwen Zhang, Weiwei Guo, Cheng Chi, Lu Hou, Xiaohua Sun, P.R. China
  • Establishment and Validation of Flight Crew Training Cost Model
    Xianxue Li, Tingying Song, P.R. China
Thursday, 30 June 2022
10:00 - 12:00

S225: Testing and Evaluation of Automotive Systems
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Ergonomics Evaluation of in-Vehicle HMI based on Meander of Finger Trajectory
    Qiuyang Tang, Qiang Zhang, Gang Guo, P.R. China
  • A Deep Dive into the China’s Gen Z: How They Use and What They Expect for Their Cars
    Qihao Huang, Guanyu Mao, Yelu Liu, Ya Wang, Xiaojun Luo, Jifang Wang, P.R. China
  • Testing Approach of HMI Designs for Vehicles with Automated Driving Systems: a Usability Test Case based on the Driving Simulator
    Hua Zhong, Suzhen Hong, Chunbin Gao, Kai Liu, Xuning Wang, Qing Zhang, Kunxiong Zhu, Yue Wang, Yaowen Guo, P.R. China
  • Impacts of Autonomous Vehicle Driving Logics on Heterogenous Traffic and Evaluating Transport Interventions with Microsimulation Experiments
    Robel Desta, János Tóth, Hungary
12:30 - 14:30

S252: HCI Issues and Assistive Systems for Users with Special Needs in Mobility
Chairs: Christophe Kolski, Sophie Lepreux, France

  • Towards a Framework for Detecting Temporary Obstacles and their Impact on Mobility for Diversely Disabled Users
    Enka Blanchard, David Duvivier, Christophe Kolski, Sophie Lepreux, France
  • Perception of Incidental Social Interactions during Independent Travel on Public Transport: an Exploratory Study with Adults with Intellectual Disability
    Hursula Mengue-Topio, Séléné Conrad, Laurie Letalle, Yannick Courbois, France
  • Assistive Systems for Special Mobility Needs in the Coastal Smart City
    René Chalon, France; Chuantao Yin, P.R. China; Bertrand David, France

S253: Public Transportation and Urban Mobility
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Analysis of the Tasks of Control Room Operators within Chinese Motorway Control Rooms
    Linyi Jin, Val Mitchell, Andrew May, United Kingdom; Mei Sun, P.R. China
  • A Tangible based Interaction- and Visualization- Tool for the Analyzation of Individual Mobility Data on an Augmented Reality Table
    Waldemar Titov, Thomas Schlegel, Germany
  • Comparative Study on Sentiments of New Energy Vehicle Owners Based on Opinion Mining
    Deke Li, Hong Chen, P.R. China
  • Gender Inclusiveness in Public Transportation: Social Media Analysis
    Umi Kulsum, Achmad Nurmandi, Isnaini Muallidin, Muhammad Jafar Loilotu, Danang Kurniawan, Indonesia
Friday, 1 July 2022
12:00 - 14:00

S278: Designing In-Vehicle Interactions beyond Driver Assistance
Chair: Qianwen Zhang, P.R. China

  • Exploring New Depths: How Could Passengers Interact With Future In-Car Holographic 3D Displays?
    Maryia Kazhura, Germany
  • Gender Preference Differences in Color Temperature Associated with LED Light Sources in the Autopilot Cabin
    Zhangchenlong Huang, Shanshan Wang, P.R. China; Ao Jiang, Caroline Hemingray, Stephen Westland, United Kingdom
  • Emotional Design for In-vehicle Infotainment Systems: An Exploratory Co-design Study
    Siyuan Zhou, Ruiheng Lan, Xu Sun, Jiming Bai, Yaorun Zhang, Xiaowu Jiang, P.R. China
  • Situating Audio Zone: In-vehicle Personal Audio Zone Use in Context
    Qianwen Zhang, P.R. China; Jun Ma, Germany; Zhipeng Hu, P.R. China
  • Investigate the In-Vehicle Healthcare System Design Opportunities: Findings from a Co-Design Study
    Jiming Bai, Yaorun Zhang, Xu Sun, Siyuan Zhou, Ruiheng Lan, Xiaowu Jiang, P.R. China

S279: Human-Centered Design of Automotive Systems
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Co-Designing the Next Generation Automatic Driving Vehicle HMI Interface with Lead-Users
    Ning Zhang, P.R. China; Ao Jiang, United Kingdom
  • User-Centered Development of a Route Planning App for Fragmented Automated Drives
    Tobias Hecht, Stefanie Weng, Alexander Drexl, Klaus Bengler, Germany
  • How to Support Rapid Prototyping of Virtual Content for Automotive AR Head-up Displays?
    Bilal Azzam, Johannes Tümler, Korinna Bade, Germany
  • Participatory Design Fictions with Mixed Reality: A User Study Framework for Future Smart Cockpit
    Cheng Chi, Yiwen Zhang, Yate Ge, Wenjia Wang, Jianuo Li, Xiaohua Sun, P.R. China
  • User-Centered Information Architecture of Vehicle AR-HUD Interface
    Han Zhang, P.R. China; Zhefan Yu, Cen Zhang, Japan; Ruotian Zhang, Yuyang Liu, Seung Hee Lee, P.R. China
  • Beyond SAE J3016: New Design Spaces for Human-Centered Driving Automation
    Lorenz Steckhan, Wolfgang Spiessl, Nils Quetschlich, Klaus Bengler, Germany
14:30 - 16:30

S309: Studies on Autonomous Vehicles
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Study of the Hazard Perception Model for Automated Driving Systems
    Yanbin Wang, Yatong Tian, P.R. China
  • Visualization Analysis on Literature Maps of Chinese Intelligent Vehicle Design based on CiteSpace
    Ying Li, Yangshuo Zheng, P.R. China
  • Driving Experiment System Using HMDs to Measure Drivers’ Proficiency and Difficulty of Various Road Conditions
    Yukina Funazaki, Noboru Seto, Kota Ninomiya, Kazuyuki Hikawa, Satoshi Nakamura, Shota Yamanaka, Japan
  • Watch Out Car, He’s Drunk! How Passengers of Vehicles Perceive Risky Crossing Situations based on Situational Parameters
    Valeria Bopp-Bertenbreiter, Sabina Bähr, Simon Albrecht, Thomas Freudenmann, Mohanad El-Haji, Manuel Martin, Natalya Anh, Stephan Rauber, Germany
* Consistent with the 'one-China policy' of the United Nations Organization and the United States (maintaining unofficial relations with Taiwan after 1979).