Last update: 2016/03/29
Workshop "Where are we bound for? Persuasion in Transport Applications"
- 2015-12-07: Workshop accepted as half day workshop (9.00AM-12.30PM on April 5th, 2016) for the Persuasive Technologies '16 conference in Salzburg, Austria.
- 2015-12-19: Initial version of the website online
- 2015-12-10: CfP online and distributed electronically (submission deadline Friday, January 29, 2016)
- 2016-01-26: Submission deadline extended (now Sunday, February 7, 2016)
- 2016-02-19: Notification of acceptance - 6 papers accepted for the workshop (see schedule for details)
- 2016-03-12: Final workshop program announced
- 2016-03-29: Only one week to the workshop! Looking forward to seeing all of you!
- 2016-04-05: Download the adjunct proceedings of our workshop
Due to its interdisciplinary nature, research on persuasion in transport applications is fairly scattered across communities as diverse as psychology, transportation science, computer science and automotive user interfaces. We would like to take this workshop as an opportunity to achieve a first step towards a systematic overview of the field of persuasion in transport applications.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together people with interest in Persuasion and/or Automotive research and to discuss, share knowledges, and take away insights, strategies, and tips of how to use persuasive technology to improve the driver-vehicle interaction loop.
Workshop topics of interest include
- Theoretical work focusing on theories and models, modalities, and strategies (i.e., what and how to persuade) and
- Practical work/design studies toward optimal applications for vehicle environments (behavior change, social interaction, cooperative self organizaion, gamification approaches/serious games, incentives, etc.).
Please feel free to contact one of the organizers (in no particular order) in case you have any workshop related questions.
|Andreas Riener||Ingolstadt University of Applied Sciences, Ingolstadt, Germany and Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria|
|Myhounghoon "Philart" Jeon||Mind, Music, Machine Lab, Michigan Technological University, Michigan, US|
|Peter Froehlich||Austrian Institute for Technology, Vienna, Austria|
|Alexander Meschtscherjakov||Center for Human-Computer Interaction, University Salzburg, Austria|
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