CLW 2012

Call for papers

In-vehicle human-machine interaction (HMI) requires varying degrees of visual and cognitive resources. Concerns over excessive visual demands in the vehicle have existed for some time. More recently concerns over the impact of HMI on drivers’ cognitive resources have gained attention. While multiple definitions of cognitive load (also called cognitive or mental workload) appear in the …

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Dates

Submission deadline: August 24 September 3, 2012 Notification of acceptance: September 10 September 17, 2012 Camera-ready paper due: September 28, 2012 Registration: Early registration by September 27, 2012; late registration from September 28, 2012 Workshop: October 17, 2012 // Submission deadline: October 24, 2011 Notification of acceptance: October 31, 2011   Camera-ready paper due: November 7, …

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Program

9:00 Andrew Kun, UNH: Welcome and workshop overview 9:15 Bryan Reimer, MIT AgeLab: Driver distraction and cognitive load 9:30 Bruce Mehler, MIT AgeLab: Establishing the Sensitivity of Physiological Measures of Cognitive Load in the Driving Environment 10:30 Break 11:00 Paul Green, University of Michigan: NHTSA visual-manual guidelines 12:00 Lunch 2:00 Government and industry panel on …

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Organizers

Organizing committee: Andrew L. Kun,  University of New Hampshire, USA Bryan Reimer,  AgeLab,  Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Peter Froehlich,  Telecommunications Research Center Vienna, Austria Peter A. Heeman,  Center for Spoken Language Understanding,  Oregon Health and Science University, USA Tim Paek,  Microsoft Research, USA W. Thomas Miller, III,  University of New Hampshire, USA Paul A. Green,  Transportation Research Institute,  University of Michigan, USA Ivan Tashev,  Microsoft …

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