Our CHI Workshop will be held virtually in two Sessions on 4/27/2020 and 4/29/2020
Registered participants will receive detailed Information (Zoom meeting link) via email in the next couple of days.
This workshop aims to gather designers, researchers, and practitioners from the sustainable HCI, persuasive design, AutomotiveUI, and mobility communities to collaborate in finding ways to make future mobility more sustainable.
To participate, we asked to submit a position paper as explained in the call for participation. Position papers should cover one of the following or related topics:
- Sustainable interaction with (automated) vehicles
- Best practices from other domains
- The effect of automation on sustainability
- Eco driving
- Theory and/or research methods
- Legal issues and/or legislation
- Effect of transportation on climate change
- Cities, mobility, and climate change
- Case studies
Position papers were reviewed by the workshop organizers and evaluated based on their novelty, quality, and relevance to the workshop themes. One author of the accepted papers is required to attend the workshop and register for both the workshop and for at least one day of the main conference.
Position paper deadline:
February 11, 2020 Deadline extended until February 18, 2020 Acceptance notification: February 28, 2020
Virtual workshop: April 27 and 29, 2020
- Provide an interdisciplinary forum for designers, practitioners, and researchers in HCI to discuss Automotive UIs & mobility in the age of climate change
- Discuss state-of-the-art research on (automated) driving, sustainable HCI, and how this can influence everyday life and interactions in vehicles in future scenarios
- Discuss best practices for designing UIs that assist eco-driving, and encourage environment-friendly behavioral changes, e. g., using gamification or incentives
- Explore new interaction paradigms that support eco-driving behavior in (automated) vehicles
- Formulate a research manifest or research agenda to further develop initiatives in research and practice to exchange ideas and radicalize innovation at the intersection of automated driving, mobility, climate change, and sustainable HCI