CLW 2013

Call for papers

In-vehicle human-machine interaction (HMI) can interfere with the primary task of driving. The concept of cognitive load can help us understand the extent to which these interactions interfere with the driving task and how this interference can be mitigated. While research results on in-vehicle cognitive load are frequently presented at automotive research conferences and in …

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Submission deadline: August 30 September 13, 2013 Notification of acceptance: September 20 September 23, 2013 Camera-ready paper due: September 27 October 10, 2013 Registration: Early registration by September 25, 2013; late registration from September 26, 2013 Workshop: October 27, 2013

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Download all CLW papers in a zip folder.   9:00 Welcome by organizers (Andrew Kun, Peter Froehlich) 9:15 Klaus Bengler (TUM) CLW 2013 Keynote Address: Cooperative Driving as a New Paradigm for Highly Automated Vehicles 10:15 Break 10:30 Contributed presentations: Physiological and performance measures of cognitive load (Session chair: Andrew Kun) 10:30 – 10:45 Phillip …

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

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