Program

The times indicated are in "Eastern Daylight Time - EDT (Washington DC)"

08:00 – 10:00 10:30 – 12:30
08:00 – 10:00 (EDT - Washington DC)
Human-Computer Interaction

S141: Social Interaction
Chair(s): Masaaki Kurosu, Japan

  • ERM-AT Applied to Social Aspects of Everyday Life
    Masaaki Kurosu, Ayako Hashizume, Japan
  • Ethics in Human-Centered Design
    Jun Iio, Atsushi Hasegawa, Shigeyoshi Iizuka, Seiji Hayakawa, Hiroshi Tsujioka, Japan
  • Fostering Empathy and Privacy: The Effect of Using Expressive Avatars for Remote Communication
    Jieun Lee, Jeongyun Heo, Hayeong Kim, Sanghoon Jeong, Korea
  • EmojiCam: Emoji-Assisted Video Communication System Leveraging Facial Expressions
    Kosaku Namikawa, Ippei Suzuki, Ryo Iijima, Sayan Sarcar, Yoichi Ochiai, Japan
  • An Emotional Tactile Interaction Design Process
    Chor-Kheng Lim, Taiwan*, China
  • Pokerepo Join: Construction of a Virtual Companion Experience System
    Minami Nishimura, Yoshinari Takegawa, Kohei Matsumura, Keiji Hirata, Japan

S142: XR in Medicine, Physiotherapy and Nursing - I
Chair(s): Hiroshi Noborio, Japan

  • Comparative Study of Potential-based and Sensor-based Surgical Navigation in Several Liver Environments
    Takahiro Kunii, Miho Asano, Kanako Fujita, Katsunori Tachibana, Hiroshi Noborio, Japan
  • Voxel-based Route-search Algorithm for Tumor Navigation and Blood Vessel Avoidance
    Takahiro Kunii, Miho Asano, Hiroshi Noborio, Japan
  • Evaluation of Depth-Depth-Matching Speed of Depth Image Generated from DICOM by GPGPU
    Daiki Yano, Masanao Koeda, Hiroshi Noborio, Katsuhiko Onishi, Japan
  • VR-Based Surgery Navigation System with 3D User Interface for Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Partial Nephrectomy
    Masanao Koeda, Akihiro Hamada, Atsuro Sawada, Katsuhiko Onishi, Hiroshi Noborio, Osamu Ogawa, Japan
  • Development of a VR/HMD system for Simulating Several Scenarios of Post-Operative Delirium
    Jumpei Matsuura, Takahiro Kunii, Hiroshi Noborio, Kaoru Watanabe, Katsuhiko Onishi, Hideo Nakamura, Japan

S143: HCI Theory and Practice - I
Chair(s): Hervé Saint-Louis, Canada

  • A Panel to Confront the Differences in Intersectional HCI
    Pricila Castelini, Marilia Abrahão Amaral, Brazil
  • Human-Computer Interaction in Education: Keyword and Discipline Network in 20 years
    Yongyeon Cho, Huiwon Lim, Hye Jeong Park, United States
  • Machine-Human Interaction: A Paradigm Shift?
    Hervé Saint-Louis, Canada
  • Technological Influence on Self-esteem: Towards a Research Agenda through a Systematic Literature Review
    Lua Marcelo Muriana, M. Cecília C. Baranauskas, Brazil
  • Understanding Agency in Human-Computer Interaction Design
    Romualdo Gondomar, Enric Mor, Spain
  • Implementation Goals for Multimodal Interfaces in Human-Computer Interaction
    Sónia Rafael, Victor Almeida, Portugal
Human Interface and the Management of Information

S144: Virtual Reality 2.0 and Novel Interaction Technologies
Chair(s): Michitaka Hirose, Japan

  • Impact of Long-Term Use of an Avatar to IVBO in the Social VR
    Akimi Oyanagi, Takuji Narumi, Kazuma Aoyama, Kenichiro Ito, Tomohiro Amemiya, Michitaka Hirose, Japan
  • Effects of Interpupillary Distance and Visual Avatar’s Shape on the Perception of the Avatar’s Shape and the Sense of Ownership
    Tokio Oka, Takumi Goto, Nobuhito Kimura, Sho Sakurai, Takuya Nojima, Koichi Hirota, Japan
  • Perception of Illusory Body Tilt Induced by Electrical Tendon Stimulation
    Nozomi Takahashi, Tomohiro Amemiya, Takuji Narumi, Hideaki Kuzuoka, Michitaka Hirose, Kazuma Aoyama, Japan
  • Asymmetric Gravitational Oscillation on Fingertips Increased the Perceived Heaviness of a Pinched Object
    Tomohiro Amemiya, Japan
  • Novel Motion Display for Virtual Walking
    Minori Unno, Ken Yamaoka, Vibol Yem, Tomohiro Amemiya, Michiteru Kitazaki, Yasushi Ikei, Japan
  • Information Technology Creative Discussion Method for Collective Wellbeing
    Hideyuki Ando, Dominique Chen, Junji Watanabe, Kyosuke Sakakura, Japan
  • Semi-automatic reply avatar for VR training system with adapted scenario to trainee’s status
    Tomohiro Tanikawa, Keisuke Shiozaki, Yuki Ban, Kazuma Aoyama, Michitaka Hirose, Japan
Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S145: Studies on Human Physiology and Cognition
Chair(s): Sergey Lytaev, Russia

  • Using Eye Tracking to Analyze the Effects of Spatial Contiguity in MOOC Video Subtitles
    Xinyong Zhang, Chengfu Zhang, P.R. China
  • Effect of Red Blue 3D videos on Visual Fatigue
    Guilei Sun, Yun Lin, Linghua Ran, Yanhua Meng, P.R. China
  • Monitoring Attention of Crane Operators During Load Oscillations Using Gaze Entropy Measures
    Jouh Yeong Chew, Koichi Ohtomi, Hiromasa Suzuki, Japan
  • Preliminary Analysis of Human Error Prediction Model by Using Biological Information
    Yuto Saito, Japan; Muhammad Nur Adilin Mohd Anuardi, Malaysia; Ryota Matsubara, Midori Sugaya, Japan
  • Neurophysiological Visual Classification Indicators in the Brain-Computer Interface
    Sergey Lytaev, Russia
Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S146: Media Accessibility: Current and Future Trends - I
Chair(s): Gian Maria Greco, Spain; Nazaret Fresno, United States

  • Game Accessibility: Taking Inclusion to the Next Level
    Carme Mangiron, Spain
  • Live Captioning Accuracy in Spanish-language Newscasts in the United States
    Nazaret Fresno, United States
  • When worlds collide: AI-created, human-mediated video description services and the user experience
    Sabine Braun, Kim Starr, Jaleh Delfani, United Kingdom; Liisa Tiittula, Jorma Laaksonen, Finland; Karel Braeckman, Dieter Van Rijsselbergen, Belgium; Sacha Lagrillière, Lauri Saarikoski, Finland
  • Creative Media Accessibility: Placing the Focus Back on the Individual
    Pablo Romero-Fresco, Spain
  • Easy-to-Understand Access Services: Easy Subtitles
    Rocío Bernabé, Germany; Piero Cavallo, Italy
  • The Minority AD: Creativity in Audio Descriptions of Visual Art
    Silvia Soler Gallego, United States
Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality

S147: Learning and collaboration in VAMR
Chair(s): Haoran Xie, Japan

  • Design and Research on the Virtual Simulation Teaching Platform of Shanghai Jade Carving Techniques Based on Unity 3d Technology
    Beibei Dong, Shangshi Pan, RongRong Fu, P.R. China
  • Development of an AR Training Construction System using Embedded Information in a Real Environment
    Yuki Harazono, Taichi Tamura, Yusuke Omoto, Hirotake Ishii, Hiroshi Shimoda, Yoshiaki Tanaka, Yoshiyuki Takahashi, Japan
  • Virtual Fieldwork: Designing Augmented Reality Applications using Virtual Reality Worlds
    Kota Gushima, Tatsuo Nakajima, Japan
  • SpatialViewer: A Remote Work Sharing Tool that Considers Intimacy Among Workers
    Sicheng Li, P.R. China; Yudai Makioka, Kyousuke Kobayashi, Haoran Xie, Kentaro Takashima, Japan
  • A Pilot Study on Progress of Driving Skills with Immersive VR Driving Simulator
    Yuejun Xu, Makio Ishihara, Japan
Cross-Cultural Design

S148: Designing the Futures: Innovative Theories, Tools and Practices - I
Chair(s): Zhiyong Fu, P.R. China

  • Design for the Speculative Future as a Knowledge Source
    Fangzhou Dong, Sara Sterling, Yuzhen Li, Xiaohui Li, P.R. China
  • Innovation Geometry Model as a Way to Explore Future Innovative Opportunities
    Shuxin Cheng, P.R. China
  • Shaping AI as the Tool for Subconscious Design
    Wentong Huang, P.R. China
  • NEXT! Toaster: Promoting Design Process with a Smart Assistant
    Qing Xia, Zhiyong Fu, P.R. China
  • Future Footprint: A Future Signal-driven Design Ideation Tool
    Lin Zhu, Zhiyong Fu, P.R. China
  • The Effectiveness of Scene-based Icons Inspired by the Oracle Bone Script in Cross-cultural Communication
    Xiaohua Sun, Lin Bao, Weiwei Guo, Yifei Liao, Xuanye Lu, P.R. China

S149: Cultural Impact on Social Change and Individual Development
Chair(s): Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China

  • Valuing Social Media Affordances
    Xingchen Zhou, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • Deep Learning Model for Humor Recognition of Different Cultures
    Rosalina Chen, Italy; Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • The Vista of Information Communication Technology in the Ageing Society: a Perspective from Elderly’s Basic Needs
    Liang Zhang, Xiaolei Ma, Ningxuan Zhang, Huajun Cao, Chao Ai, Jingyu Zhang, Wenwei Xu, Kan Zhang, P.R. China
  • A Study of Machine Ethics in Human-Artificial Intelligence Interactions
    Haoran Sun, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Bingcheng Wang, P.R. China
  • Manage Your Agents: An Automatic Tool for Classification of Voice Intelligent Agents
    Xiang Ji, Jingyu Zhao, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
Social Computing and Social Media

S150: Social Media and Online Deliberation: Assessment of User Discussion Patterns and their Effects - I
Chair(s): Svetlana S. Bodrunova, Russia

  • Global Agendas: Detection of Agenda Shifts in Cross-National Discussions using Neural-Network Text Summarization for Twitter
    Svetlana S. Bodrunova, Ivan S. Blekanov, Nikita Tarasov, Russia
  • Readability of Posts and User Engagement in Online Communities of Government Executive Bodies
    Konstantin Platonov, Kirill Svetlov, Russia
  • Public Opinion Dynamics in Online Discussions: Cumulative Commenting and Micro-Level Spirals of Silence
    Svetlana S. Bodrunova, Ivan S. Blekanov, Alexey Maksimov, Russia
  • Commenting or Discussing? Comment Sections of German Russian-Speaking News Media on Facebook
    Anna Smoliarova, Svetlana S. Bodrunova, Elizaveta Ivantey, Russia
  • Empirical Modeling of e-Participation Services as Media Ecosystems
    Yuri Misnikov, Olga Filatova, Dmitrii Trutnev, Russia
  • Investigating the User Experience in the Process of Text Mining in Online Social Networks
    Jésyka M.A. Gonçalves, Maria L.B. Villela, Caroline Q. Santos, Marcus V.C. Guelpeli, Brazil
Augmented Cognition

S151: Augmented Cognition in Cyber Security
Chair(s): Stefan Sütterlin, Ricardo Gregorio Lugo, Benjamin Knox, Torvald Ask, Norway

  • Initial Reflections On the Use of Augmented Cognition in Derailing the Kill Chain
    Geir M. Køien, Norway
  • Selecting and Training Young Cyber Talent: A European Cybersecurity Challenge Case Study
    Muhammad Mudassar Yamin, Basel Katt, Espen Torseth, Norway
  • Human-Human Communication in Cyber Threat Situations: A Systematic Review
    Torvald Ask, Ricardo Gregorio Lugo, Benjamin Knox, Stefan Sütterlin, Norway
  • Human Characteristics and Genomic Factors as Behavioural Aspects for Cybersecurity
    Laima Ambrozaityte, Agnė Brilingaitė, Linas Bukauskas, Ingrida Domarkienė, Tautvydas Rančelis, Lithuania
  • Digital Human in Cybersecurity Risk Assessment
    Aistė Jurevičienė, Agnė Brilingaitė, Linas Bukauskas, Lithuania
  • Situational States Influence on Team Workload Demands in Cyber Defense Exercise
    Torvald Ask, Stefan Sütterlin, Benjamin Knox, Ricardo Gregorio Lugo, Norway
Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S152: Human Modeling for Nursing and Medical Art
Chair(s): Akihiko Goto, Japan

  • Scenario Planning in Healthcare Development in the VUCA World
    Hiroyuki Nishimoto, Japan
  • Research on Social Innovation Design of SCD Pre-hospital Emergency Equipment Based on IoT Technology
    Kun Fang, Yu Wei, P.R. China
  • The Design of Outpatient Services in Children's Hospitals based on the Double Diamond Model
    Zhiwei Zhou, Xi Han, Tao Xi, P.R. China
  • Medical-based Pictogram: Comprehension of Visual Language with Semiotic Theory
    Yuxiao Wang, P.R. China
Design, User Experience, and Usability

S153: Art and Technology
Chair(s): Masasuke Yasumoto, Japan

  • Practical Use of Edutainment Systems for Science Museums with XR Technology
    Hiroshi Suzuki, Naoki Tubuku, Japan
  • Resonant Irregularities: Sculpture Creation Through Automatic Changes due to Machine Performance Limits
    Masasuke Yasumoto, Daisuke Ichikawa, Yuichi Ito, Japan
  • A Study on Scale Construction of Adjective Pairs for Evaluating Audiovisual Effects in Video Games
    Takashi Nakamura, Kazunori Miyata, Haruki Yamamoto, Hisashi Sato, Japan
  • Spheroids as Playful Audiovisual Interface on Tabletop Display
    Yuma Ikawa, Akihiro Matsuura, Japan
  • Design of Form and Motion of a Robot Aimed to Provide Emotional Support for Pediatric Walking Rehabilitation
    Jaime Alvarez, Eriko Hara, Toshihiko Koyama, Koji Adachi, Yoshihito Kagawa, Japan

S154: User Experience and Usability Driven Design: Emerging Theory and Practice: III
Chair(s): Zhen Liu, P.R. China

  • Spatial Interaction Design for Children's Magnetic Resonance Imaging Examination Based on Embodied Cognition
    Bao Quan Luo, P.R. China
  • Consumer Experience Research based on the Background of Experience Economy and Digital Economy
    Jing Liu, Zhen Liu, P.R. China
  • Research on the Application of Role Theory in Active Aging Education Service System Design
    Xiong Ding, Min Ran, P.R. China
  • Research on Service Experience Design Framework Based on Semantics to Improve the Enterprise Service Capability
    Kun Zhou, Xi Zhang, Yuanlong Gui, P.R. China
  • Research and Analysis of the Office Socket Design Based on User Experience
    Xiangrong Xu, Yuanlong Gui, Bo Fu, Naizheng  Liao, P.R. China
  • User Experience Design of Navigation via Sense of Smell in Indoor Environment: A Case of Shopping Mall
    Xiaozi Wang, Zhen Liu, P.R. China
Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions

S155: Interactive Human and Machine Behaviours
Chair(s): Guochao (Alex) Peng, P.R. China

  • A Systematic Review of Information Quality of Artificial Intelligence based Conversational Agents in Healthcare
    Caihua Liu, Bingqian Zhang, Guochao (Alex) Peng, P.R. China
  • Online Medical Platform Oriented Identification of User Needs related to Alzheimer's Disease and Ontology Construction
    Xinting Liang, Yongxin Kong, Guochao (Alex) Peng, P.R. China
  • Users Adaptation and Infusion of Smart City App
    Bingqian Zhang, Caihua Liu, Yongxin Kong, Yuwen Wang, Guochao (Alex) Peng, P.R. China
  • Research on Cross-Channel Switch Behavior of Users from Smart Government APP to Government Service Platform under PPM Framework
    Siyuan Wu, Yuwen Wang, Guochao (Alex) Peng, P.R. China
  • Spatial-temporal Distribution and Cross Impact of “Big Health” Policies, News and Patents
    Yongxin Kong, Yuwen Wang, Guochao (Alex) Peng, Bingqian Zhang, P.R. China
HCI in Business, Government and Organizations

S156: HCI in Digital Retail and Online Marketing
Chair(s): Martin Stabauer, Andreas Auinger, Werner Wetzlinger, Austria

  • The New Normal? Motivators for and Hindrances to Telework
    Thomas Fischer, Stefan Küll, Ursula Niederländer, Martin Stabauer, Austria
  • Blockchain-Based Load Carrier Management in the Physical Internet
    Wolfgang Narzt, Philipp Schützeneder, Petko Dragoev, Bartosz Schatzlmayr-Piekarz, Martin Schwaiger, Austria
  • Consumers´ Acceptance of a Voice Commerce Application in FMCG in Germany, U.S. and U.K.
    Elena Adolphs, Silvia Zaharia, Germany
  • Information Technology as Enabler of Transparency in Food Supply Chains - An Empirical Study
    Robert Zimmermann, Werner Wetzlinger, Magdalena Mayer, Gabriele Obermeier, Andreas Auinger, Austria
  • Dimensions of Retail Customer Experience and Its Outcomes: A Literature Review and Directions for Future Research
    Anna Hermes, René Riedl, Austria
Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S157: Learning, training and collaboration
Chair(s): Hiroshi Hosobe, Japan

  • Using Interactive Technology for Learning and Collaboration to Improve Organizational Culture: A Conceptual Framework
    Tone Lise Dahl, Lisa S. Græslie, Sobah A. Petersen, Norway
  • To Explore the Influence of Single-Disciplinary Team and Cross-Disciplinary Team on Students in Design Thinking Education
    Xiao Ma, Hsien-Hui Tang, Taiwan*, China
  • Effect of Presenting Co-occurrence Networks that Reflect the Activeness of Face-to-face Discussions
    Taisei Muraoka, Naruaki Ishikawa, Shigeto Ozawa, Hironori Egi, Japan
  • Use of Simulation Technology in Transportation Training: A Systematic Literature Review
    Seanan C. Lee, Australia; Vincent G. Duffy, United States
  • A Video Game-Like Approach to Supporting Novices in Learning Programming
    Ami Sakakibara, Hiroshi Hosobe, Japan
Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population

S158: Gender and Digital Platforms
Chair(s): Inês Amaral, Portugal

  • Digital Aging: Reinforcing Normative Masculinities on Instagram
    Inês Amaral, Sofia Jose Santos, Rita Basílio Simões, Maria José Brites, Portugal
  • Cognitive, Mental and Social Benefits of Online non-Native Language Programs for Healthy Older People
    Blanka Klimova, Czech Republic
  • New Media, Old Misogyny: Framing Μediated Madonna on Instagram from an Ageing Perspective
    Rita Basílio Simões, Inês Amaral, Sofia Jose Santos, Maria José Brites, Portugal
  • Technology, Gender and COVID-19 - Analysis of Perceived Health in Adults and Older People
    Vanesa Zorrilla-Muñoz, Maria Silveria Agullo-Tomas, Maria João Forjaz, Eduardo Fernandez, Carmen Rodriguez-Blazquez, Alba Ayala, Gloria Fernandez-Mayoralas, Spain
  • Debunking the #manosphere: An Exploratory Analysis on Patriarchy and Ageism within the Digital Realm
    Sofia Jose Santos, Inês Amaral, Rita Basílio Simões, Maria José Brites, Portugal
  • Exploring User Opinion on the Benefits of Cognitive Games through an Online Walkthrough and Interview
    Kyle Harrington, Michael L. Craven, Max P. Wilson, Aleksandra Landowska, United Kingdom
HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust

S159: Cybersecurity for SMBs and Workforce Development
Chair(s): Ulku Clark, United States

  • Heuristic Evaluation of Vulnerability Risk Management Leaders' Presentations of Cyber Threat and Cyber Risk
    Christopher Nichols, Geoff Stoker, Ulku Clark, United States
  • A Study on Online Businesses’ Commitment to Consumer Privacy
    May Almousa, Yang Liu, Tianyang Zhang, Mohd Anwar, United States
  • It’s Not My Problem: How Healthcare Models relate to SME Cybersecurity Awareness
    Brian Pickering, United Kingdom; Costas Boletsis, Ragnhild Halvorsrud, Norway; Stephen Phillips, Mike Surridge, United Kingdom
  • Security Analysis of Transaction Authorization Methods for Next Generation Electronic Payment Services
    Daniel Wilusz, Adam Wójtowicz, Poland
  • Enterprise Data Sharing Requirements: Rich Policy Languages and Intuitive User Interfaces
    Karsten Martiny, Mark St. John, Grit Denker, Christopher Korkos, Linda Briesemeister, United States
HCI in Games

S160: Impact of Game Play
Chair(s): Xiaocen Liu, P.R. China

  • Children's Learning through Touchscreen Games: The Role of Background Music and Touchscreen Experience
    Haoxue Yu, Hui Li, P.R. China; Kaveri Subrahmanyam, United States
  • Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Chinese Young Children’s Video-gaming Questionnaire
    Fangbing Qu, Xiao Niu, Heqing Huang, Xiaocen Liu, P.R. China
  • Design and Application Research of Gamification in University Curriculum —— Taking the Course of TV Camera for Example
    Yuan Yao, Ling He, Junjie Shang, P.R. China
  • A Study on Serious Game Practice to Improve Children's Global Competence
    Jingying Wang, Jia Li, Qianru Song, Xiaomei Ping, Dengbo Zhang, Hu Qizhong, Shoubao Gao, P.R. China
  • The Factorial Structure and Underlying Contributors of Parents’ Behavioral Involvement in Children’s Video Game Use
    Heqing Huang, You Zhou, Xiaolin Qi, Fangbing Qu, Xiaocen Liu, P.R. China
  • The Foundations and Frontiers of Research on the Effect of Video Games on Child Development: A Scientometrics and Knowledge-Mapping Analysis Based on CiteSpace
    Xiaocen Liu, Heqing Huang, Fangbing Qu, Donghui Dou, P.R. China

S161: Disability, Play and Human-Computer Interaction
Chair(s): Khaldoon Dhou, United States; Dena Al-Thani, Qatar

  • Towards the Mixed-Reality Platform for the Learning of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): A Case Study in Qatar
    Kamran Khowaja, Dena Al-Thani, Yasmin Abdelaal, Asma Osman Hassan, Younss Ait Mou, Mohamad Hassan Hijab, Qatar
  • Computer-Aided Games-Based Learning for Children with Autism
    Christine Dahl, Henrik Skaug Sætra, Anders Nordahl-Hansen, Norway
  • PLAY for LEARNING: Serious Games to Assist Learning of Basic Didactic Concepts: a Pilot Study
    Tânia Rocha, João Barroso, Portugal
  • Understanding the Impact on Learners' Reading Performance and Behaviour of Matching E-Learning Material to Dyslexia Type and Reading Skill Level
    Weam Gaoud Alghabban, Hadeel Mohammed Al-Dawsari, Robert Hendley, United Kingdom
  • Evaluating the Use of Visual Prompts in Online Meeting Applications for Kindergarteners
    Hira Naseem, Osama Halabi, Qatar
HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems

S162: Understanding Driver Experience and Behavior
Chair(s): Sara Mostowfi, United States

  • Demystifying Interactions between Driving Behaviors and Styles through Self-Clustering Algorithms
    Yu Zhang, Wangkai Jin, Zeyu Xiong, Zhihao Li, Yuyang Liu, Xiangjun Peng, P.R. China
  • What Humans Might be Thinking While Driving: Behaviour and Cognitive Models for Navigation
    Arun Balakrishna, Tom Gross, Germany
  • A Wizard-of-Oz Experiment: How Drivers Feel and React to the Active Interaction of AI Empowered Product in the Vehicle
    Qihao Huang, Ya Wang, Xuan Wang, Zijing Lin, Jian He, Xiaojun Luo, Jifang Wang, P.R. China
  • Investigating the relationship between a driver’s psychological feelings and biosensor data
    Sara Mostowfi, Jung Hyup Kim, Bill Buttlar, United States
  • Qualitative Examination of Technology Acceptance in the Vehicle: Factors Hindering Usage of Assistance and Infotainment Systems
    Dina Stiegemeier, Sabrina Bringeland, Martin Baumann, Germany
Adaptive Instructional Systems

S163: Design and Implementation Considerations: Hybrid Adaptive Instructional & Assessment Systems
Chair(s): Michelle D. Barrett, United States

  • A Conceptual Model for Hybrid Adaptive Instructional and Assessment Systems
    Michelle D. Barrett, United States
  • Using Principled Assessment Design and Item Difficulty Modeling to Connect Hybrid Adaptive Instructional and Assessment Systems: Proof of Concept
    M. Christina Schneider, Jing Chen, Paul Nichols, United States
  • Dynamic Analytics for the Detection of Quality and Alignment Issues in an Online Hybrid Adaptive Instructional and Assessmen System
    Jinah Choi, Michelle D. Barrett, United States
  • Why Not Go All-In with Artificial Intelligence?
    Kristen DiCerbo, United States
  • Uncertainty of Skill Estimates in Operational Deep Knowledge Tracing
    David King, Ziwei Zhou, Windy Therior, United States
Design, Operation and Evaluation of Mobile Communications

S164: Mobile Communities Research
Chair(s): Peiyan Zhou, P.R. China

  • Research on Risk Management of Digital Currency Based on Blockchain Technology in Mobile Commerce
    Xinyu Li, Peiyan Zhou, P.R. China
  • Investigating Issues Related to VAT Collection and Management in Chinese Mobile Commerce
    Peiyan Zhou, Xiaochun Lin, P.R. China
  • Research on the Influencing Factors of Mobile Learning Behavior: Taking the Accounting Learning App as an Example
    Dan Chen, Xi yuan Guo, Chang Liu, Peiyan Zhou, P.R. China
  • Network Market Orientation, Entrepreneurial Capability and New Venture’ Performance: An Evidence from China's Mobile communication Industry
    Hongjia Ma, Qing Sun, Juan Wu, P.R. China
  • Mobile Internet Finance, Interest Rate Marketization and Bank Performance
    Jing Ge, Yang Gao, Xiangxiang Lang, Mengmeng Zhang, Hongxia Sun, Baoshan Ge, P.R. China
Culture and Computing

S165: Interactive Technology and Culture
Chair(s): Yiyuan Huang, Mohammad Shidujaman, P.R. China

  • Critical Art with Brain-computer Interfaces: philosophical reflections from Neuromatic Game Art Project
    Anna Dobrosovestnova, Mark Coeckelbergh, Margarete Jahrmann, Austria
  • Design Opportunities of Digital Tools for Promoting Healthy Eating Routines among Dutch Office Workers
    Sibo Pan, Netherlands; Xipei Ren, P.R. China; Steven Vos, Aarnout Brombacher, Netherlands
  • A Stranger in the Classroom: Pre-Service Teachers’ Anxiety and Negative Attitudes toward Humanoid Social Robots
    Violeta Rosanda, Andreja Istenič, Slovenia
  • Culturally Aware Intelligent Learning Environments for Resource-poor Countries
    Phaedra S. Mohammed, Trinidad and Tobago; Andre Coy, Jamaica
  • Unlocking Learning: Promoting Cultural Brand through Interactions with Ancient Locks in an SL Virtual Space
    Pei-Hsuan Hsieh, Taiwan*, China
Artificial Intelligence in HCI

S197: Workshop: "Human-Centered Design Process for AI Applications"
Chair(s): Helmut Degen, United States

  • Mental Models and Interpretability in AI Fairness Tools and Code Environments
    Jana Thompson, United States
  • A toolkit to enable the design of trustworthy AI
    Stefan Schmager, Germany; Sonia Sousa, Estonia
  • Designing AI applications for Accessibility
    Marianna Di Gregorio, Fabio Palomba, Giuliana Vitiello, Italy
  • A change in perspective about Artificial Intelligence interactive systems design: Human centric, yes, but not limited to
    Pietro Battistoni, Marco Romano, Monica Sebillo, Giuliana Vitiello, Italy


10:30 – 12:30 (EDT - Washington DC)
Human-Computer Interaction

S172: Chatbots and Voice Interaction
Chair(s): Siegmar Otto, Germany

  • Bias in, Bias out – The Similarity-Attraction Effect between Chatbot Designers and Users
    Sarah Zabel, Siegmar Otto, Germany
  • Exploring Citizens' Attitudes towards Voice-Based Government Services in Switzerland
    Matthias Baldauf, Hans-Dieter Zimmermann, Claudia Pedron, Switzerland
  • How Workarounds Occur in Relation to Automatic Speech Recognition at Danish Hospitals
    Silja Vase, Denmark
  • Voice Switching in Voice-Enabled Digital Assistants (VDAs)
    Dania Bilal, Jessica K. Barfield, United States
  • Success is not Final; Failure is not Fatal – Task Success and User Experience in Interactions with Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri
    Miriam Kurz, Birgit Brüggemeier, Michael Breiter, Germany

S173: HCI Theory and Practice - II
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Information Differentiation in the Information Society: From the Perspective of all Stages of Human Information Activities
    Ying Zhao, Ting Xiong, Liang Zhou, Lijia Hu, Guangyao Li, P.R. China
  • A Review of Multimodal Interaction in Intelligent Systems
    May Jorella Lazaro, Sungho Kim, Jaeyong Lee, Jaemin Chun, Gyungbhin Kim, EunJeong Yang, Aigerim Bilyalova, Myung Hwan Yun, Korea
  • Suggestions for Online User Studies: Sharing Experiences from the Use of Four Platforms
    Joni Salminen, Soon-gyo Jung, Bernard J. Jansen, Qatar
  • Secondary Task Behavioral Analysis Based on Depth Image During Driving
    Hao Wen, Zhen Wang, Shan Fu, P.R. China

S174: XR in Medicine, Physiotherapy and Nursing - II
Chair(s): Hiroshi Noborio, Japan

  • Study on the Image Overlay Approach to AR Navigation System for Transsphenoidal Surgery
    Katsuhiko Onishi, Seiyu Fumiyama, Masahiro Nonaka, Masanao Koeda, Hiroshi Noborio, Japan
  • Investigation of the Hashing Algorithm Extension of Depth Image Matching for Liver Surgery
    Satoshi Numata, Masanao Koeda, Katsuhiko Onishi, Kaoru Watanabe, Hiroshi Noborio, Japan
  • Selection and Evaluation of Color/Depth Camera for Imaging Surgical Stoma
    Michiru Mizoguchi, Masatoshi Kayaki, Tomoki Yoshikawa, Miho Asano, Katsuhiko Onishi, Hiroshi Noborio, Japan
  • Construction of a Knowledge Base for Empirical Knowledge in Neurosurgery
    Ayuki Joto, Takahiro Fuchi, Hiroshi Noborio, Katsuhiko Onishi, Masahiro Nonaka, Tsuneo Jozen, Japan
Human Interface and the Management of Information

S175: Embodied Interaction and Communication
Chair(s): Tomio Watanabe, Teruaki Ito, Japan

  • Structural Changes in Discussions Using Design Thinking and Their Effect on Creativity
    Mayumi Kawase, Kazumi Matsumoto, Hiroshi Kamabe, Hidekazu Fukai, Kazunori Terada, Japan
  • Smart Speaker Interaction through ARM-COMS for Health Monitoring Platform
    Teruaki Ito, Takashi Oyama, Tomio Watanabe, Japan
  • Development of a Presentation Support System using Group Pupil Response Interfaces
    Yoshihiro Sejima, Yoichiro Sato, Tomio Watanabe, Japan
  • Avatar Twin using Shadow Avatar in Avatar-Mediated Communication
    Yutaka Ishii, Satoshi Kurokawa, Tomio Watanabe, Japan
  • On-demand Lectures that Enable Students to Feel the Sense of a Classroom with Students who Learn Together
    Ryoya Fujii, Hayato Hirose, Saizo Aoyagi, Michiya Yamamoto, Japan

S176: Human-centered Information Systems, Services, and Applications
Chair(s): Ryosuke Saga, Japan

  • An Improved Optimized Route Selection Method for a Maritime Navigation Vessel
    Yutaro Tsurumi, Ryosuke Saga, Sharath Srinivasamurthy, Yasunori Nihei, Japan
  • Investigation of Sign Language Motion Classification by Feature Extraction using Keypoints Position of OpenPose
    Tsukasa Wakao, Yuusuke Kawakita, Hiromitsu Nishimura, Hiroshi Tanaka, Japan
  • Information Management System for Small Automatic Navigation Robot Ships
    Rinto Kozono, Yutaro Tsurumi, Yasunori Nihei, Ryosuke Saga, Japan
  • Experimental Evaluation of Auditory Human Interface for Radiation Awareness Based on Different Acoustic Features
    Dingming Xue, P.R. China; Daisuke Shinma, Yuki Harazono, Hirotake Ishii, Hiroshi Shimoda, Japan
  • Training Tool on Structured Knowledge for Risk Management with VR Technology
    Noriyuki Kushiro, Koshiro Nishinaga, Toshihiro Mega, Japan
Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S177: Media Accessibility: Current and Future Trends - II
Chair(s): Gian Maria Greco, Spain; Nazaret Fresno, United States

  • What Happens Behind The Scenes: A Call for Process Research In Audiovisual Translation and Media Accessibility
    Anna Jankowska, Belgium
  • Measuring the quality of intralingual respeaking at live events
    Zoe Moores, United Kingdom
  • A Meta-Model for Media Accessibility Quality
    Gian Maria Greco, Spain
  • Preferences of Deaf or Hard of Hearing Users for Live-TV Caption Appearance
    Akhter Al Amin, Abraham Glasser, Raja Kushalnagar, Christian Vogler, Matt Huenerfauth, United States
  • A Systematic Mapping of Guidelines for the Development of Accessible Digital Games to People with Disabilities
    Taynara Cerigueli Dutra, Daniel Felipe, Isabela Gasparini, Eleandro Maschio, Brazil
Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality

S178: Designing and implementing VAMR environments
Chair(s): To be announced

  • A Research on Sensing Localization & Orientation of Objects in VR with Facial Vibrotactile Display
    Ke Wang, Yi-Hsuan Li, Chun-Chen Hsu, Jiabei Jiang, Taiwan*, China; Yan Liu, Zirui Zhao, Wei Yue, Lu Yao, P.R. China
  • Robust Camera Motion Estimation for Point-of-View Video Stabilization
    Wonwoo Lee, Byeongwook Yoo, Deokho Kim, Jaewoong Lee, Sunghoon Yim, Taehyuk Kwon, Gunill Lee, Jiwon Jeong, Korea
  • Omnidirectional Flick View
    Ryota Suzuki, Tomomi Sato, Kenji Iwata, Yutaka Satoh, Japan
  • Position Estimation of Occluded Fingertip based on Image of Dorsal Hand from RGB Camera
    Zheng Zhao, Takeshi Umezawa, Noritaka Osawa, Japan
  • Designing Limitless Path in Virtual Reality Environment
    Raghav Mittal, Sai Anirudh Karre, Y. Raghu Reddy, India
  • User Defined Walking-in-place Gestures for Intuitive Locomotion in Virtual Reality
    Woojoo Kim, Eunsik Shin, Shuping Xiong, Korea
  • Haptic Finger Glove for the VR Keyboard Input
    Yuya Hoshi, Chenghong Lu, Lei Jing, Japan
Cross-Cultural Design

S179: CCD in Cultural Heritage and Tourism
Chair(s): Yun-Chi Lee, Taiwan*, China

  • A Case Study of Social Innovation based on Ten Years' Practice-Taking the Project of "Design for Country" in Shanghai as an Example
    Wei Ding, Xiaolin Li, Junnan Ye, Xinyao Huang, Qianyu Zhang, P.R. China
  • Meet the Local through Storytelling: A Design Framework for the Authenticity of Local Tourist Experience
    Wenlin Zhang, P.R. China
  • A Study of Framework Development and Research of jewelry design, based on pattern Egyptian Culture (lotus flower) Used in Culture Product Design.
    Eman Ramadan, Yu Wu, P.R. China
  • Behavioral Mapping: A Patch of the User Research Method in the Cruise Tourists Preference Research
    Jiangyan Lu, Xiaolei Guo, Lu Ding, Zhenyu (Cheryl) Qian, Yingjie (Victor) Chen, United States
  • A Study on the Influence of Intercultural Curation on the Brand Loyalty of Cultural Creative Park Based on the Experiential Marketing Theory
    Yun-Chi Lee, Tien-Li Chen, Chi-Sen Hung, Shih-Kuang Wu, Taiwan*, China

S180: Designing the Futures: Innovative Theories, Tools and Practices - II
Chair(s): Zhiyong Fu, P.R. China

  • Rethinking the Body as a Humanistic Intervention — Teaching HCI with a Recognition of Multiplicity
    Hanwei Shi, P.R. China
  • Shift in Computation – Tangible to Intangible
    Yufan Xie, United States
  • Design Strategies of Multifunctional Exhibition for Community Regeneration: Two Case Studies in Beijing
    Huan Wang, Wen Li, Jie Hao, P.R. China
  • Speculative Scenarios: The Exhibition as a New Space of Thinking
    Yu Chen, Zhiyong Fu, P.R. China
Social Computing and Social Media

S181: Social Media and Covid-19
Chair(s): Najmeh Khalili-Mahani, Canada

  • The Covid-19 Crisis: an NLP Exploration of the French Twitter Feed (February-May 2020)
    Sophie Balech, Christophe Benavent, Mihai Calciu, Julien Monnot, France
  • Role of Social Media in Coping with COVID-19 Stress: Searching for Intergenerational Perspectives
    Najmeh Khalili-Mahani, Sasha Elbaz, Amber Pahayahay, Janis Timm-Bottos, Canada
  • Isolation and Use of Social Media by Autistic Individuals during Covid-19 Lockdown: Perceptions of Caregivers
    Oronzo Parlangeli, Sonia Grifoni, Paola Palmitesta, Alessandro Andreadis, Italy; Paul M. Liston, Ireland; Stefano Guidi, Italy
  • Identifying Early Opinion Leaders on COVID-19 on Twitter
    Zahra Hatami, Margaret Hall, Neil Thorne, United States

S182: Social Media and Online Deliberation: Assessment of User Discussion Patterns and their Effects - II
Chair(s): Svetlana S. Bodrunova, Russia

  • Testing Users’ Ability to Recognize Fake News in Three Countries - An Experimental Perspective
    Victoria Vziatysheva, Yadviga Sinyavskaya, Alexander Porshnev, Maxim Terpilovskii, Sergey Koltcov, Kirill Bryanov, Russia
  • Fake News Detection via English-to-Spanish Translation: Is it Really Useful?
    Sebastian Ruiz, Eliana Providel, Marcelo Mendoza, Chile
  • Effects of Conspiracy Thinking Style, Framing and Political Interest on Accuracy of Fake News Recognition by Social Media Users: Evidence from Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine
    Alexander Porshnev, Russia; Alex Miltsov, Canada; Tetyana Lokot, Ireland; Olessia Koltsova, Russia
  • Pandemic Discussions in VKontakte: Hopes and Fears
    Kamilla Nigmatullina, Nikolay Rodossky, Russia
  • Public Responses and Concerns Regarding Vape Bans on Reddit: A Longitudinal Topic Modeling Approach
    Yusi Aveva Xu, Hye Min Kim, Yunwen Wang, Jiaxi Wu, Traci Hong, Margaret McLaughlin, United States
  • Identification of Hate Tweets: Which Words Matter the Most?
    Kezheng Xiang, Zixing Zhang, Yuwen Yu, United States; Luis San Lucas, Ecuador; Mohammad Ruhul Amin, Yanjun Li, United States
Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S183: Human-service Robot Interaction: Design, User Experience, Customer Satisfaction
Chair(s): Csilla Herendy, Mária Babicsné Horváth, Hungary

  • What if: Human Rights vs Science – or Both? An Unusual Argument from a Disability Perspective
    Laszlo Gabor Lovaszy, Hungary
  • Application of Design Thinking in the Education Segment, Regarding the Human-Computer Interactions
    Vanda Orbulov, Hungary
  • Automated Escalation and Incident Management in Healthcare during Mass Casualties and Pandemic Events
    Md Yousuf Hossain, Umar Azhar, Yvonne To, Joseph Choi, Loutfouz Zaman, Canada
  • Sustainable Urban Planning and its Connection to Environmental Health: A Literature Analysis
    Michael Lambrosa, United States

S184: Ergonomics and Safety at Work
Chair(s): Sandy Ingram, Switzerland

  • Well-being at Work: Applying a Novel Approach to Comfort Elicitation
    Sandy Ingram, Uchendu Nwakchukwu, Nicole Jan, Jean-Philippe Bacher, Florinel Radu, Switzerland
  • New Approaches to Movement Evaluation Using Accurate Truck Ingress Data
    Martin Dorynek, Germany; Hongtao Zhang, P.R. China; Norman Hofmann, Klaus Bengler, Germany
  • Digital Human-in-the-loop Methodology for Early Design Computational Human Factors
    H. Onan Demirel, Lukman Irshad, Salman Ahmed, Irem Y. Tumer, United States
  • Modern Workplace Ergonomics and Productivity – A Systematic Literature Review
    Jiachen Jiang, Vincent G. Duffy, United States
  • A Systematic Literature Review on Injury Prevention in Transportation Sector
    Jathin Katikala, Vincent G. Duffy, United States
Design, User Experience, and Usability

S186: User Experience and Usability Driven Design: Emerging Theory and Practice: IV
Chair(s): Zhen Liu, P.R. China

  • Methods for Multiple Roles to build Brands of Service System--A Case Study of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport
    Qixuan Su, Yi Liu, P.R. China
  • Research on Interactive Design of Public Art Landscape at Night
    Wenjing Yin, P.R. China
  • User Experience Centred Application Design of Multivariate Landscape in Kulangsu, Xiamen
    Fengze Lin, Fengming Chen, Mingjian Zhu, P.R. China
  • Research on Information Visualization Design Based on Information Weight - A Case Study of Information-based Scene Design of the Airport
    Yiyu Ouyang, Yi Liu, P.R. China
  • User Experience Design Study of Museum Website Based on TRIZ Theory: A Case of Heyuan Dinosaur Museum
    Dan Huang, Miao Li, Zhen Liu, P.R. China
  • Spatial Analysis and Comfort Optimal Experience Design of Rural Landscape in Water Network Area of Southern China
    Yali Chen, Zhenxi Gong, Shuo Wang, P.R. China
  • Usability Study of A Public Culture Website for Improvement: A Case of Guangzhou Museum of Art
    Cihui Wu, Zhen Liu, P.R. China
HCI in Business, Government and Organizations

S187: Innovations in Production, Business Management, and Marketing
Chair(s): Carlos Ferreira, Portugal

  • Inside-out: How Internal Social Media Platforms Can Accelerate Innovation and Push External Crowdsourcing towards New Frontiers
    Maximilian Rapp, Niclas Kröger, Samira Scheerer, Germany
  • A Survey Study on Successful Marketing Factors for Douyin (Tik-Tok)
    Zining Chen, Qiping Zhang, United States
  • Human factors in Industry 4.0 and Lean Information Management: Remodeling the Instructions in a Shop Floor
    Juliana Salvadorinho, Leonor Teixeira, Beatriz Sousa Santos, Carlos Ferreira, Portugal
  • A User Interface for Personalising WS-BPEL Scenarios
    Dionisis Margaris, Dimitris Spiliotopoulos, Dionysios Vasilopoulos, Costas Vassilakis, Greece
  • Digital Intrapreneurship: A Work Climate Perspective
    Ivan D. Ortiz Sandoval, Kaveh Abhari, Tehauaroga Tehiva, Mikay Parson, United States
Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S188: Game-based learning
Chair(s): Katerina Tzafilkou, Greece

  • Completeness and Collaboration in the Early Design Phase of Learning Games: Do Ideation Cards Provide Scaffolding?
    Rabail Tahir, Alf Inge Wang, Norway
  • Mobile Game-Based Learning in Distance Education: A Mixed Analysis of Learners’ Emotions and Gaming Features
    Katerina Tzafilkou, Anastasios A. Economides, Greece
  • FLCARA: Frog Life Cycle Augmented Reality Game-based Learning Application
    Malek EL Kouzi, Victoria McArthur, Canada
  • Heritage Augmented Reality Applications for Enhanced User Experience - A Case Study of AR Videogames for Children at Archeological Site of Empuries, Spain
    Isidro Navarro Delgado, Albert Sanchez, Lluis Gimenez, Spain; Miguel Angel Pérez, Mexico; Teresa Vidal Peig, Alia Besne, Ernesto Redondo, Spain
  • Transforming Classic Learning Games with the Use of AR: The Case of the Word Hangman Game
    Ilias Logothetis, George Papadourakis, Iraklis Katsaris, Konstantinos Katsios, Nikolas Vidakis, Greece
  • Educational Video Game Design for Teaching and Learning Musical Harmony
    Daniela Medel, Jaime Sánchez, Chile
Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population

S189: Human Factors and Design
Chair(s): Wang-Chin Tsai, Taiwan*, China

  • Rehabilitate sustain from earth to sea: A design study on interplaying biosocial sculpture in-between the intertidal zone
    Jui-Yang Kao, Shu-Wen Chang, Po-Wen Yu, Wang-Chin Tsai, Taiwan*, China
  • Preliminary Investigation of Methods for Graphic Simplification from Representation to Abstraction
    Hui-Ping Lu, Taiwan*, China
  • Exploring effectiveness of absorbing health knowledge by the middle-aged and elderly using chatbots
    Wang-Chin Tsai, Yu-Chen Hsieh, Chang-franw Lee, Taiwan*, China
  • Gamification Design of Health Apps for the Elderly Based on the Kano Model and Conjoint Analysis Method
    Tongyao Yuan, Yongyan Guo, P.R. China
  • A Compact Automated Tablet Dispensing & Packaging System for Community Healthcare Facilities to Provide Unit Dose Repackaging Service
    Yiming Chen, Zhenyu Gu, P.R. China

S190: Healthy and Active Ageing
Chair(s): Ning An, P.R. China

  • Prediction of Sleep Quality in Live-Alone Diabetic Seniors Using Unobtrusive In-Home Sensors
    Barry Nuqoba, Hwee-Pink Tan, Singapore
  • MEMORIDE: An Exergame Combined with Working Memory Training to Motivate Elderly with Mild Cognitive Impairment to Actively Participate in Rehabilitation
    Xin Li, Ting Han, Enjia Zhang, Wen Shao, Liang Li, Chenye Wu, P.R. China
  • NEONEO Balance Ball: Designing an Intergenerational Interaction Exergame for In-home Balance Training
    Emiran Kaisar, Ren Bo Ding, Ting Han, Shi Qiu, P.R. China
  • Elderly Sleep Support Agent Using Physical Contact Presence by Visual and Tactile Presentation
    Yaze Zhang, Xin Wan, Tomoko Yonezawa, Japan
  • A Goal Oriented Storytelling Model for Improvement of Health Game Experiences among Older Adults
    Zhengxiang Pan, Hao Zhang, Yaming Zhang, Cyril Leung, Chunyan Miao, Singapore
HCI in Games

S191: Users' Experience and Engagement in Esports and Gamification Settings
Chair(s): Amir Zaib Abbasi, Pakistan

  • Persuasive Technology in Games: A Brief Review and Reappraisal
    Umair Rehman, Muhammad Umair Shah, Canada; Amir Zaib Abbasi, Pakistan; Farkhund Iqbal, United Arab Emirates; Ali Arsalan, United States; Muhammad Umair Javaid, Pakistan
  • In-Game Virtual Consumption and Online Video Game Addiction: A Conceptual Model
    Ali Hussain, Ding Hooi Ting, Malaysia; Helmut Hlavacs, Austria; Amir Zaib Abbasi, Pakistan
  • How Engagement with Gamified Applications Impacts Quality of Life: A Conceptual Model
    Amir Zaib Abbasi, Maria Hassan, Pakistan; Umair Rehman, Canada; Helmut Hlavacs, Austria; Ding Hooi Ting, Malaysia; Muhammad Umair Shah, Canada
  • HEROES: an Action Game enabling Players With and Without Disabilities to Play Together
    Milan Peschl, Helmut Hlavacs, Austria
  • Analyzing and Prioritizing Usability Issues in Games
    Umair Rehman, Canada; Amir Zaib Abbasi, Pakistan; Muhammad Umair Shah, Amna Idrees, Hassan Ilahi, Canada; Helmut Hlavacs, Austria
HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems

S192: Hybrid Societies in Automated Driving
Chair(s): Angelika C. Bullinger, Patrick Rossner, Germany

  • Different Types, Different Speeds – The Effect of Interaction Partners and Encountering Speeds at Intersections on Drivers’ Gap Acceptance as an Implicit Communication Signal in Automated Driving
    Ann-Christin Hensch, Matthias Beggiato, Maike X. Schömann, Josef F. Krems, Germany
  • Communication of Intentions in Automated Driving – the Importance of Implicit Cues and Contextual Information on Freeway Situations
    Konstantin Felbel, André Dettmann, Marco Lindner, Angelika C. Bullinger, Germany
  • Users’ Expectations, Fears, and Attributions Regarding Autonomous Driving -- A Comparison of Traffic Scenarios
    Hannah Biermann, Ralf Philipsen, Teresa Brell, Simon Himmel, Martina Ziefle, Germany
  • Hitting the Apex highly automated? – Influence of trajectory behaviour on perceived safety in curves
    Patrick Rossner, Marty Friedrich, Angelika C. Bullinger, Germany
  • Autonomous Vehicles and Pedestrians: A Case Study of Human Computer Interaction
    Subasish Das, Hamsa Zubaidi, United States
Adaptive Instructional Systems

S193: Intelligence Augmentation for Educators, Training Professionals, and Learners
Chair(s): Jim Goodell, United States

  • Evaluating the Question: The Instructor’s Side of Adaptive Learning
    James Bennett, Leila Casteel, Kitty Kautzer, United States
  • Intelligence Augmentation for Collaborative Learning
    Jeremy Roschelle, United States
  • Intelligence Augmentation for Educators, Training Professionals, and Learners
    Nkaepe Olaniyi, United Kingdom; Jesse Chuang, United States
  • Predicting Literacy Skills via Stealth Assessment in a Simple Vocabulary Game
    Ying Fang, Tong Li, Rod Roscoe, Danielle McNamara, United States
Design, Operation and Evaluation of Mobile Communications

S195: Business Analytics and Process Management
Chair(s): Manlu Liu, United States

  • An Evaluation on Entity Extraction and Semantic Similarity Metrics to Facilitate Medical Text Analysis Based on WordNet
    Qinwei Zhang, Runtong Zhang, P.R. China
  • Task Characteristics and Participants’ Creative Performance in Crowdsourcing Contexts
    Yuan Sun, Zhoujian Fan, P.R. China; Anand Jeyaraj, United States
  • Stakeholder Perceptions in the Context of Community Risk Reduction (CRR): Self-Reported Hazards as Two-Way Communication between First Responders and the Communities They Serve
    Katelynn A. Kapalo, Kevin P. Pfeil, Joseph A. Bonnell, Joseph J. LaViola Jr., United States
Culture and Computing

S196: The Poetics of Digital Space: Music, Sound and Heritage Modelling
Chair(s): Michael Walsh, Singapore

  • Can we retrieve / reconstruct the soundscape of Medieval Famagusta?
    Michael Walsh, Singapore
  • Soundscape Singapore: Sound as Mediated Cultural Heritage
    Marcus Cheng Chye Tan, Singapore
  • Real or Rendered: Designing Soundscapes for Virtual Cultural Heritage
    Ross Williams, Singapore
  • Voyages Along the Star Paths: Capturing Calendrical Cycles from Kauai to Bali
    Vibeke Sorensen, Singapore; J. Stephen Lansing, United States; Nagaraju Thummanapalli, Singapore
  • A Sonification of the zCOSMOS Galaxy Dataset
    Sandro Bardelli, Claudia Ferretti, Luca Andrea Ludovico, Giorgio Presti, Maurizio Rinaldi, Italy
Artificial Intelligence in HCI

S198: Workshop: "Human-Centered Design Process for AI Applications"
Chair(s): Helmut Degen, United States

  • Mental Models and Interpretability in AI Fairness Tools and Code Environments
    Jana Thompson, United States
  • A toolkit to enable the design of trustworthy AI
    Stefan Schmager, Germany; Sonia Sousa, Estonia
  • Designing AI applications for Accessibility
    Marianna Di Gregorio, Fabio Palomba, Giuliana Vitiello, Italy
  • A change in perspective about Artificial Intelligence interactive systems design: Human centric, yes, but not limited to
    Pietro Battistoni, Marco Romano, Monica Sebillo, Giuliana Vitiello, Italy


* Consistent with the 'one-China policy' of the United Nations Organization and the United States (maintaining unofficial relations with Taiwan after 1979).