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Name: Andrew Kun
Date registered: September 1, 2011
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  1. 2013 workshop report — May 19, 2014
  2. CLW 2013 venue and registration — October 24, 2013
  3. Microsoft Research sponsors CLW 2013 — October 22, 2013
  4. Announcement: Tuhin Diptiman to discuss NHTSA visual-manual guidelines — October 15, 2013
  5. Announcement: Klaus Bengler’s keynote talk at CLW 2013 — October 9, 2013

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2013 workshop report

Around 30 people from industry and academia attended CLW 2013.   The workshop featured two invited presentations. First, Klaus Bengler gave a keynote address in which he discussed human-computer interaction in automated vehicles. Klaus’s presentation was very well received, especially as driving automation is quickly becoming more than just a dream. For example, AutomotiveUI 2013 …

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CLW 2013 venue and registration

Venue: Our workshop will be held in room 13a of the Auditorium Building of TU/e. Registration: CLW 2013 attendees should find the registration desk in the Auditorium. There will be student volunteers at the entrance to the building to help you find the registration desk. The organizers will also post signs throughout the building. Once …

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Microsoft Research sponsors CLW 2013


Announcement: Tuhin Diptiman to discuss NHTSA visual-manual guidelines

Implications of NHTSA Visual Manual Guidelines to the Design and User Experience of In-vehicle Interfaces Tuhin Diptiman Human Factors Group Toyota Technical Center Ann Arbor, USA Abstract NHTSA released visual manual guidelines in 2013 to limit the potential of distracted driving caused by in-vehicle telematics by loosely tying together guidelines published by the Alliance and …

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Announcement: Klaus Bengler’s keynote talk at CLW 2013

Cooperative Driving as a New Paradigm for Highly Automated Vehicles Klaus Bengler Technische Universität München Abstract More than 125 years of automobility remind us that we should be aware of the fact that individual mobility is based on the fact that the driver contributes exceptionally high activity and human performance in the human-vehicle system. Besides …

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CLW 2013 new acceptance notification date is September 23

Authors: we will send out acceptance notifications on Monday, September 23. We apologize for the delay. However, this will still give you ample time to register for the conference with the Early registration fee. To register please see the conference registration page.


CLW 2013 new submission deadline is September 13

Due to multiple requests we are extending the workshop submission deadline to Friday, September 13. Yes, Friday the 13th. You should probably spend that day indoors anyway, so might as well be writing your CLW paper.


Submission open (and link fixed)

The submission website is open on EasyChair. We also fixed the link to EasyChair (oops, the old link pointed to the AutomotiveUI submission site – sorry for any inconvenience).


CLW 2013 keynote speaker: Dr. Klaus Bengler

We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Klaus Bengler will be the keynote speaker at CLW 2013. Dr. Bengler is professor at the Technische Universitat Munchen. One of his primary focus areas is in-vehicle human-computer interaction. In his keynote Dr. Bengler will discuss issues of driver availability (underload vs. overload situations).


CLW 2013 announcement

We are excited to announce the 3rd Cognitive Load and In-Vehicle Human-Machine Interaction workshop to be held at AutomotiveUI 2013 in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. We invite you to view our call for papers, and we hope that you will consider joining us in Eindhoven on October 27, 2013. Cheers, Andrew, Bryan, Peter F., Peter H., Tom, Paul, Ivan, Shamsi and Dagmar

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