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Human-Computer Interaction

S001: Human Robot Interaction
Chair(s): Lionel P. Robert Jr., United States

  • Analysing Action and Intention Recognition in Human-Robot Interaction with ANEMONE
    Beatrice Alenljung, Jessica Lindblom, Sweden
  • A Measurement of Attitude toward Working with Robots (AWRO): A Compare and Contrast Study of AWRO with Negative Attitude toward Robots (NARS)
    Lionel P. Robert Jr., United States
  • User Experience Best Practices for Human-Robot Interaction
    Dorothy Shamonsky, United States
  • Service Sector Professionals’ Perspective on Robots Doing Their Job in the Future
    Nina Savela, Rita Latikka, Reetta Oksa, Atte Oksanen, Finland
  • Perceived Robot Attitudes of Other People and Perceived Robot Use Self-Efficacy as Determinants of Attitudes Toward Robots
    Rita Latikka, Nina Savela, Aki Koivula, Atte Oksanen, Finland
Human Interface and the Management of Information

S002: Visualization, Data Analytics and Decision-Making
Chair(s): Christian Kruse, Germany

  • Evaluating the Impact of Algorithm Confidence Ratings on Human Decision Making in Visual Search
    Aaron P. Jones, Michael C. Trumbo, Laura E. Matzen, Mallory C. Stites, Breannan C. Howell, Kristin M. Divis, Zoe N. Gastelum, United States
  • Multi-modal Data Exploration in a Mixed Reality Environment using Coordinated Multiple Views
    Disha Sardana, Sampanna Kahu, Denis Gracanin, United States; Kresimir Matkovic, Austria
  • Designing Data Visualization Dashboards to Support the Prediction of Congenital Anomalies
    Tatiana Aparecida De Almeida, Ferrucio de Franco Rosa, Rodrigo Bonacin, Brazil
  • Combating Vaccine Misinformation: The Effects of Infographics in Making Judgment about Vaccine False News
    Shawn Domgaard, Mina Park, United States
  • Digitizing the FlexIA Toolkit - Transforming a Paper-based Method into a Flexible Web App
    Christian Kruse, Daniela Becks, Sebastian Venhuis, Germany
Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S003: Human-Centered Design and Training
Chair(s): Wen-Chin Li, United Kingdom

  • Human Factors Analysis for Aviation Accidents and Incidents in Singapore
    H.R. Mohandas, Tham Kah Weng, Singapore
  • Psychophysical Coherence Training Regulating Air Traffic Controller’s Heart Rate Variability and Resilience to Fatigue
    Wen-Chin Li, Jingyi Zhang, United Kingdom; Peter Kearney, Ireland; Graham Braithwaite, United Kingdom
  • Supervising Multiple Remote Tower Operations: How to Develop and Test a New Work Position in the ATC Domain?
    Maik Friedrich, Felix Timmermann, Jörn Jakobi, Germany
  • The Design Challenges of Drone Swarm Control
    F T Saffre, Finland; Hanno Hildmann, Netherlands; Hannu Karvonen, Finland
  • Culture’s Consequences on the Categorisation of Causal Factors in Aviation Accident Reports
    Wesley Tsz-Kin Chan, Wen-Chin Li, United Kingdom
  • Implementation Digital Tower for Apron Control on A Large-Scale of International Airport
    Pan Zou, P.R. China; Wen-Chin Li, United Kingdom; Jingyi Zhang, P.R. China
Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S004: Universal Access: Theory, Methods and Practice
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Remote Evaluation in Universal Design Using Video Conferencing Systems During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Joschua Thomas Simon-Liedtke, Way Kiat Bong, Trenton Schulz, Kristin Fuglerud, Norway
  • How Young People Living with Disability Experience the Use of Assistive Technology
    Josefin Kristensen, Jessica Lindblom, Sweden
  • Setting Diversity at the Core of HCI
    Nana Kesewaa Dankwa, Claude Draude, Germany
  • Disadvantaged by Disability: Examining the Accessibility of Cyber Security
    Steven Furnell, United Kingdom; Kirsi Helkala, Norway; Naomi Woods, Finland
  • E-commerce Usability Guidelines for Visually Impaired Users
    Elisa Prati, Simone Pozzi, Fabio Grandi, Margherita Peruzzini, Italy
Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality

S005: Interaction and Navigation in VAMR
Chair(s): Crystal Maraj, United States

  • Mixed Reality Technology Capabilities for Combat-Casualty Handoff Training
    Ryan Schubert, Gerd Bruder, Alyssa Tanaka, Frank Guido-Sanz, Gregory F. Welch, United States
  • Doing versus Observing: Virtual Reality and 360-degree Video for Training Manufacturing Tasks
    Emily Wall, Daniel Carruth, Nicholas Harvel, United States
  • Contextually Adaptive Multimodal Mixed Reality Interfaces for Dismounted Operator Teaming with Unmanned System Swarms
    Michael Jenkins, Richard Stone, Brodey Lajoie, David Alfonso, Andrew Rosenblatt, Caroline Kingsley, Les Bird, David Cipoletta, Sean Kelly, United States
  • Design Considerations for Interacting and Navigating with 2 Dimensional and 3 Dimensional Medical Images in Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality Medical Applications
    Jennifer N. Avari Silva, Michael K. Southworth, Christopher M. Andrews, Mary Beth Privitera, Alexander B. Henry, Jonathan R. Silva, United States
  • No One is Superman: 3-D Safety Margin Profiles when Using Head-Up display (HUD) for Takeoff in Low Visibility and High Crosswind Conditions
    Daniela Kratchounova, Inchul Choi, Theodore Mofle, Larry Miller, Jeremy Hesselroth, Scott Stevenson, Mark Humphreys, United States
  • Real-time Data Analytics of COVID Pandemic using Virtual Reality
    Sharad Sharma, Sri Teja Bodempudi, Aishwarya Reehl, United States
Cross-Cultural Design

S006: Sensation Oriented in Spatial Design
Chair(s): Wei Lin, Taiwan*, China

  • Motion Illusion on Form with Different Types of Line Graphic
    Chih-Wei Lin, Lan-Ling Huang, Chi-Meng Liao, P.R. China; Hsiwen Fan, Japan
  • Objective Εvaluations based on Urban Soundscape in Waterfront Recreation Spaces
    Wei Lin, Taiwan*, China; Yi-Ming Wu, Hui-Zhong Zhang, P.R. China; Hsuan Lin, Taiwan*, China
  • Research on Upper Extremity Rehabilitation Product Use Needs and Development Suggestions
    Lan-Ling Huang, P.R. China; Chih-Wei Lin, Taiwan*, China; Chi-Meng Liao, Tao Yang, P.R. China
  • Research on the Attractive Factors and Design of Cultural Derivative Commodities under Cultural Sustainability
    Kuo-Liang Huang, Taiwan*, China; Na Xu, P.R. China; Hsuan Lin, Taiwan*, China; Jinchen Jiang, P.R. China
  • A Preliminary Study on the Effect of Somatosensory Games upon Children's Activity Space and Bodily Movements
    Hsuan Lin, Ming-Yu Hsiao, Yu-Chen Hsieh, Kuo-Liang Huang, Chia-Wen Tsai, Wei Lin, Taiwan*, China

S007: Interacting with Smart Multimodal System
Chair(s): Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China

  • Sound Signal Sensitivity of Subjective Auditory Features
    Jin Liang, Xin Wang, Tuoyang Zhou, Zhen Liao, Lei Liu, Yang Yu, Liang Zhang, Chi Zhang, Zhansuo Zhang, Xiaoyi Li, P.R. China
  • Multimodal Features as A Novel Method for Cross-Cultural Studies
    Xuhai Xu, United States; Nan Qie, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • Cultural Differences Demonstrated by TV series: A Cross-cultural Analysis of Multimodal Features
    Xiaojun Lai, Nan Qie, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • Facial Feature Recognition System Development for Enhancing Customer Experience in Cosmetics
    Irene Chiocchia, Italy; Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • Effects of Players’ Social Competence on Social Behaviors and Role choice in Team-Based Multiplayers Online Games
    Ka-Hin Lai, Bingcheng Wang, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
Social Computing and Social Media

S008: Innovations in Social Computing and Virtual Worlds
Chair(s): Hoang D. Nguyen, Jeannie S.A. Lee, Singapore

  • Gamified Mobile Health Interventions for Mental Well-being of Older Adults
    Thuy-Trinh Nguyen, Australia; Joseph C.M. Chai, United Kingdom; Øystein Eiring, Norway; Wenru Wang, Singapore; Ronald R O’Donnell, United States; Hoang D. Nguyen, Singapore
  • Influencer Engagement Rate Under Scalable Machine Learning Approaches
    Maram AlAnezi, Meznah Almutairy, Saudi Arabia
  • Action-Aware Restricted Stream Influence Maximization Model to Identify Social Influencers
    Meznah Almutairy, Hailah Alaskar, Latifah Alhuamid, Rawan Alkhalifah, Saudi Arabia
  • Drone-based AI and 3D Reconstruction for Digital Twin Augmentation
    Alex To, Australia; Maican Liu, Muhammad Hazeeq Bin Muhammad Hairul, Singapore; Joseph G. Davis, Australia; Jeannie S.A. Lee, Henrik Hesse, Hoang D. Nguyen, Singapore
  • The Faceless Vicinity: Who Uses Location-Based Anonymous Social Networks Like Jodel and Why?
    Karoline Jüttner, Philipp Nowak, Katrin Scheibe, Franziska Zimmer, Kaja J. Fietkiewicz, Germany
  • Mixed Reality Interface for Load Application in Finite Element Analysis
    Emran Poh, Kyrin Liong, Jeannie S.A. Lee, Singapore
Augmented Cognition

S009: Brain Computer Interaction - Devices and Applications
Chair(s): Ana Rita Teixeira, Portugal

  • A New Methodology to Learn Loops: Validation through Brain Computer Interaction
    Anabela Gomes, Ana Rita Teixeira, António José Mendes, Portugal
  • Analysis of Effect of RSVP Speller BCI Paradigm Along with CNN to Analysis P300 Signals
    M. Uma, S. Prabhu, Murali Subramaniyam, India; Seung Nam Min, Korea
  • Using Brain Computer Interaction to Evaluate Problem Solving Abilities
    Ana Rita Teixeira, Igor Rodrigues, Anabela Gomes, Pedro Abreu, Portugal; German Rodriguez-Bermúdez, Spain
Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S010: Semantic, Artificial and Computational Interaction Studies: Towards a Behavioromics of Multimodal Communication
Chair(s): Alexander Mehler, Andy Lücking, Cornelia Ebert, Germany

  • Semantically Related Gestures Move Alike: Towards a Distributional Semantics of Gesture Kinematics
    Wim Pouw, Jan De Wit, Sara Bögels, Marlou Rasenberg, Branka Milivojevic, Asli Ozyurek, Netherlands
  • Sequence-to-Sequence Predictive Model: from Prosody to Communicative Gestures
    Fajrian Yunus, Chloé Clavel, Catherine Pelachaud, France
  • Tracking Discourse Topics in Co-speech Gesture
    Schuyler Laparle, United States
  • The Role of Embodiment and Simulation in Evaluating HCI: Theory and Framework
    James Pustejovsky, Nikhil Krishnaswamy, United States
  • The Role of Embodiment and Simulation in Evaluating HCI: Experiments and Evaluation
    Nikhil Krishnaswamy, James Pustejovsky, United States
  • Patient-provider Communication Training Models for Interactive Speech Devices
    Patricia Ngantcha, Muhammad Amith, Cui Tao, Kirk Roberts, United States

S011: Designing Health Services
Chair(s): Najmeh Khalili-Mahani, Canada

  • Different Patterns of Medication Administration between Inside and Outside the Patient Room using Electronic Medical Record Log Data
    Alireza Kasaie, Jung Hyup Kim, Wenbin Guo, Roland Nazareth, Thomas Shotton, Laurel Despins, United States
  • Principles for Designing an mHealth App for Participatory Research and Management of Chronic Pain
    Eileen Mary Holowka, Sandra Woods, Amber Pahayahay, Mathieu Roy, Najmeh Khalili-Mahani, Canada
  • Towards an Effective Web-based Virtual Health Intervention: The Impact of Media Platform, Visual Framing, and Race on Social Presence and Transportation Ratings
    Fatemeh Tavassoli, Mohan Zalake, Alexandre Gomes de Siqueira, Francois Modave, Janice Krieger, Benjamin Lok, Juan Gilbert, United States
  • Requirements for a Game-Based Approach to Strengthen Leadership in Health Care
    Mareike Sorge, Christina Mayer, Judith Schöner, Robert Kummer, Melanie Rentzsch, Germany
  • Modeling Rapport for Conversations about Health with Autonomous Avatars from Video Corpus of Clinician-Client Therapy Sessions
    Reza Amini, Maya Boustani, Christine Lisetti, United States
  • Automation in Healthcare Systematic Review
    Raquel L. Ruiz, Vincent G. Duffy, United States
Design, User Experience, and Usability

S012: Human Modeling and Simulation in Usability
Chair(s): Gunther Paul, Australia; H. Onan Demirel, United States

  • To What Extent is Gamification an Effective Tool for Onboarding Users into a DHM Tool
    Ari Kolbeinsson, Adam Palmquist, Jessica Lindblom, Juan Luis Jiménez Sánchez, Sweden
  • A Case Study of Usability in Virtual Controls
    Gunther Paul, Shane Porter, Bruce Thomas, Australia
  • User Experience in Augmented Reality: A Holistic Evaluation of a Prototype for Assembly Instructions
    Zackarias Alenljung, Jessica Lindblom, Sweden
  • ExperienceDNA - A framework to Conduct and Analyse User Tests in VR Using the Wizard-of-Oz Methodology
    Jamil Joundi, Klaas Bombeke, Niels Van Kets, Wouter Durnez, Jonas De Bruyne, Glenn Van Wallendael, Peter Lambert, Jelle Saldien, Lieven De Marez, Belgium
Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions

S013: Interaction in Intelligent Environments - I
Chair(s): Pavandeep Kataria, Hong Kong

  • Towards a Semantic Classification of Possible Human-to-Environment Interactions in IoT
    Pavandeep Kataria, Hong Kong
  • Environmental analysis and design directions for non-contact exhibition spaces
    Choi Jung Ai, Da Young Ju, Korea
  • Pervasive Smart Objects: Framework for Extending Smart-Object Services
    Kota Gushima, Yukiko Kinoshita, Tatsuo Nakajima, Japan
  • Design of an interactive device based on e-Textile material
    Xuanzhu Meng, Qiong Wu, P.R. China
HCI in Business, Government and Organizations

S014: HCI in the Era of Digital Innovation and Transformation
Chair(s): Kaveh Abhari, United States

  • The Need for New Education Platforms that Support Inclusive Social Learning: A Case Study of Online and Hybrid K-12 Learning Experience During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Robyn Rice, United States
  • Enterprise Social Media Use in Classroom Team Project: A Mixed-Methods Exploration of the Effects of Affordances on Team Productivity and Use
    Wietske Van Osch, Canada; Leticia Cherchiglia, United States; Elisavet Averkiadi, Greece; Yuyang Liang, United States
  • Designing the Empathetic Research IoT Network (ERIN) Chatbot for Mental Health Resources
    Brandon Persons, Prateek Jain, Christopher Chagnon, Soussan Djamasbi, United States
  • Extended Reality (XR) Applications in Architectural Practice: Towards a Development Framework
    Maryam Abhari, Kaveh Abhari, Madison Drinkwine, Jordan Sloan, United States
  • Human-Robot Interactions Design for Interview Process: Needs-Affordances-Features Perspective
    Karenina Nicoli H. Zaballa, Lance Dean Cameron, Adrianna Skyler Lugo, United States
Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S015: Interactive Learning Ecosystems - I
Chair(s): David Fonseca, Francisco J. García-Peñalvo, Spain

  • The Global Challenge of Designing E-learning Tools for Computational Thinking: a Comparison between East Asia and Scandinavia
    Kasper Kristensen, Emanuela Marchetti, Andrea Valente, Denmark
  • Teaching Lung Pathology during a Pandemic: Can Further Developments of an Online Quiz Primer Improve the Engagement of Students in a Completely on-Line Delivery?
    Mark Dixon, Katherine Syred, United Kingdom
  • Teaching-Learning in the Industrial Engineering Career in Times of COVID-19
    Fernando Saá, Lorena Caceres, Esteban Fuentes, José Varela-Aldás, Ecuador
  • Student Response Systems in Remote Teaching
    Jean Botev, Christian Grévisse, Steffen Rothkugel, Luxembourg
  • Usability Study of CARTIER-IA: a Platform for Medical Data and Imaging Management
    Andrea Vazquez-Ingelmo, Julia Alonso, Alicia García-Holgado, Francisco J. García-Peñalvo, Jesús Sampedro-Gómez, Antonio Sánchez-Puente, Víctor Vicente-Palacios, P. Ignacio Dorado-Díaz, Pedro L. Sánchez, Spain
  • Virtual Classrooms for the Development of Practical Laboratories in a Colombian Higher Education Institution
    Henry Herrera, Alonso Barrera, Marlene Ballestas, Ingrid Ballestas, Carlos Schnorr, Colombia
  • Using Self-developed Mobile APP and Arduino to Provide Integrated Multimedia for Lower Graders’ English Vocabulary Learning
    Pei-yin Chen, Yaming Tai, Teng-Hui Tseng, Yu-Liang Ting, Taiwan*, China

S016: Chatbots in Education
Chair(s): Andri Ioannou, Cyprus

  • Envisioned Pedagogical Uses of Chatbots in Higher Education and Perceived Benefits and Challenges
    Olia Tsivitanidou, Andri Ioannou, Cyprus
  • University Student Surveys using Chatbots: Artificial Intelligence Conversational Agents
    Noorhan Abbas, Thomas Pickard, Eric Atwell, Aisha Walker, United Kingdom
  • Usability and User Experience of a Chat Application with Integrated Educational Chatbot Functionalities
    Dijana Plantak Vukovac, Ana Horvat, Antonela Čižmešija, Croatia
  • Studying how to Apply Chatbots Technology in Higher-Education: First Results and Future Strategies
    Antonio M. Mora, Alberto Guillén, Francisco Barranco, Pedro Castillo, Juan-J. Merelo, Spain
  • An Overview of the Use of Chatbots in Medical and Healthcare Education
    Fotos Frangoudes, Marios Hadjiaros, Eirini C. Schiza, Maria Matsangidou, Olia Tsivitanidou, Kleanthis Neokleous, Cyprus
  • 'Are you OK?' Students' Trust in a Chatbot Providing Support Opportunities
    Joonas A. Pesonen, Finland
Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population

S017: Being Connected – Making Use of Digital Devices in Later Life
Chair(s): Eugene Loos, Netherlands

  • Older People as Early Adopters and their Unexpected & Innovative Use of New Technologies: Deviating from Technology Companies’ Scripts
    Eugene Loos, Alexander Peine, Netherlands; Mireia Fernández-Ardèvol, Spain
  • COVID-19 Impact of Virtual Communication during Social Isolation on Bulgarian Society
    Lilia Raycheva, Nadezhda Miteva, Neli Velinova, Mariyan Tomov, Bulgaria
  • Elderly, ICTs and Qualitative Research: Some Methodological Reflections
    Simone Carlo, Francesco Bonifacio, Italy
  • The Impact of Ageism on the E-leisure of Older People in Chile
    Javiera Rosell, Alvaro Vergés, Chile
  • A Quantitative Study on Awareness, Usage and Reservations of Voice Control Interfaces by Elderly People
    Dietmar Jakob, Sebastian Wilhelm, Armin Gerl, Diane Ahrens, Germany
  • Teaching Tablet Technology to Older Adults
    Beenish Chaudhry, Dipanwita Dasgupta, Mona Mohamed, Nitesh Chawla, United States

S018: Elderly's User Experience
Chair(s): Yue Chen, P.R. China

  • An Empirical Study on the Elderly Visual Pleasure Experience Design Elements based on Perceptual Cognitive Characteristics Measure and Analysis
    Delai Men, Mingyi Wang, P.R. China
  • The Investigation into Design Elements of Auditory Pleasure Experience for the Elderly based on A Testing Tools Development
    Delai Men, Lingfang Wu, P.R. China
  • Topic-Shift Characteristics of Japanese Casual Conversations between Elderlies and between Youths
    Yotaro Iida, Yumi Wakita, Japan
HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust

S019: Privacy and Trust in the Internet of Things (IoT)
Chair(s): Heather Molyneaux, Canada

  • Authentication Management of Home IoT Devices
    Aniqa Alam, Heather Molyneaux, Elizabeth Stobert, Canada
  • Smart Technologies and Internet of Things Designed for Aging in Place
    Helene Fournier, Irina Kondratova, Keiko Katsuragawa, Canada
  • Social Engineering Attacks: Recent Advances and Challenges
    Nikol Mashtalyar, Uwera Nina Ntaganzwa, Thales Santos, Saqib Hakak, Suprio Ray, Canada
  • User Perceptions of Security and Privacy Risks with Contact Tracing Apps
    Hervé Saint-Louis, Bob-Antoine Jerry Ménélas, Canada
  • Perceptions of Security and Privacy in mHealth
    Ana Ferreira, Joana Muchagata, Pedro Vieira-Marques, Diogo Abrantes, Soraia Teles, Portugal
HCI in Games

S020: Playful Experiences: Design and Impact
Chair(s): Daniel Riha, Czech Republic

  • Horror Ludens: Using Fear to Construct Meaning in Video Games
    Vicente Martin Mastrocola, Brazil
  • Designing Interactive Storytelling Games to Teach Computational Thinking
    Eric Shadrach Miller, United States
  • Using Neural-Network-Driven Image Recognition Software to Detect Emotional Reactions in the Face of a Player while Playing a Horror Video Game
    Hermann Prossinger, Austria; Jakub Binter, Tomas Hladky, Daniel Riha, Czech Republic
  • Research on the Interaction Method that can Alleviate Cybersickness in Virtual Reality Games
    Zhenyu Lu, Ruozhou Mao, P.R. China

S021: Adaptive Multimodal Analytics for Supporting Neurodiversity in Games
Chair(s): Jodi Asbell-Clarke, Canada

  • Using Multiple Data Streams in Executive Function Training Games to Optimize Outcomes for Neurodiverse Populations
    Bruce D. Homer, Jan L. Plass, United States
  • Multicraft: A Multimodal Interface for Supporting and Studying Learning in Minecraft
    Marcelo Worsley, Kevin Mendoza Tudares, Tim Mwiti, Mitchell Zhen, Marc Jiang, United States
  • Using Eye Tracking for Research on Learning and Computational Thinking
    Fengfeng Ke, Ruohan Liu, Zlatko Sokolikj, Ibrahim Dahlstrom-Hakki, Maya Israel, United States
  • Methodological Considerations for Understanding Students’ Problem Solving Processes and Affective Trajectories During Game-based Learning: A Data Fusion Approach
    Maya Israel, Tongxi Liu, Jewoong Moon, Fengfeng Ke, Ibrahim Dahlstrom-Hakki, United States
  • Scaffolding Executive Function in Game-based Learning to Improve Productive Persistence and Computational Thinking in Neurodiverse Learners
    Ma. Victoria Almeda, United States; Jodi Asbell-Clarke, Canada
HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems

S022: Smart Mobility in Urban and Rural Areas - Solutions, Services and Business Models
Chair(s): Ulrike Stopka, Germany

  • Modeling of Onboard Activities: Public Transport and Shared Autonomous Vehicle
    Jamil Hamadneh, Domokos Esztergár-Kiss, Hungary
  • Usability Study of an Innovative Application in Public Transport by using Hardware-Based Security Technology
    Gertraud Schäfer, Andreas Kreisel, Ulrike Stopka, Germany
  • Visualization of Zero Energy Bus Implementation through Effective Computer Interaction
    Jeremy Bowes, Sara Diamond, Canada; Greice Mariano, Brazil; Mona Ghafouri Azar, Sara Mozafari-Lorestani, Olufunbi Disu-Sule, Jacob Cram, Canada; Zijing Liu, P.R. China; Zuriel Tonatiuh Ceja De La Cruz, Mexico
  • Vulnerability Turning into a Key Design Criterion for Smart Mobility Concepts
    Barbara Flügge, Switzerland
Adaptive Instructional Systems

S023: AI Ethics and Adaptive Instructional Systems
Chair(s): Shelly Blake-Plock, United States

  • Designing Ethical Agency for Adaptive Instructional Systems: The FATE of Learning and Assessment
    Jordan Richard Schoenherr, Canada
  • Education, Ethical Dilemmas and AI: From Ethical Design to Artificial Morality
    Joan Casas-Roma, Jordi Conesa, Santi Caballé, Spain
  • Towards a Unified Model of Gamification and Motivation
    Ian T. Dykens, Angelique Wetzel, Stephen L. Dorton, Eric Batchelor, United States
  • Revealing Data Feature Differences Between System- and Learner-Initiated Self-regulated Learning Processes within Hypermedia
    Megan D. Wiedbusch, Daryn A. Dever, United States; Franz Wortha, Germany; Elizabeth B. Cloude, Roger Azevedo, United States
  • Formal Methods in Human-Computer Interaction and Adaptive Instructional Systems
    Bruno Emond, Canada
Design, Operation and Evaluation of Mobile Communications

S024: Quality of Mobile Service
Chair(s): Zhongwei Gu, P.R. China

  • Customer Satisfaction Evaluation Method Based on Big Data
    Zhongwei Gu, Youxiang Cui, Haibo Tang, Xiao Liu, P.R. China
  • The Evaluation Framework for Wearable Devices Service Quality Based on SERVQUAL Model
    Youxiang Cui, Haibo Tang, Zhongwei Gu, P.R. China
  • Design of Customer Satisfaction Evaluation System Based on Big Data
    Long Cheng, Jing Cao, Zhongwei Gu, P.R. China
  • Application of Improved DTW Algorithm in Smart Home Industry
    Wen Jiang, YiLing Zhao, Zhongwei Gu, P.R. China
  • Study on the Extension of Network Brand in Different Channel
    Guangming Yang, Junhui Guo, Zhongwei Gu, P.R. China
  • Comparative Analysis of Consumer Trust in Wearable Services
    Zhongwei Gu, Hongjun Xiong, Wei Hu, P.R. China; June Wei, United States
Culture and Computing

S025: Intercultural User Interface Design
Chair(s): Rüdiger Heimgärtner, Germany

  • User Interface Design of Virtual Conferencing Tools – Towards a Method for Considering Cultural Impact – Exemplified by Zoom
    Olga Lange, Rüdiger Heimgärtner, Germany
  • Quick Buttons on Map-based Human Machine Interface in Vehicles is Better or Not: A Cross-Cultural Comparative Study between Chinese and Germans
    Johannes Mehler, Germany; Zhi Guo, Andong Zhang, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • Culture in the Post Pandemic Era
    Apala Lahiri Chavan, India
  • Intercultural HMIs in Automotive: Do we Need them? – An Analysis
    Peter Rößger, Germany
  • Towards a Generic Framework for Intercultural User Interface Design to Evoke Positive Cross-Cultural UX
    Rüdiger Heimgärtner, Germany

S026: Interactive Design & Environment
Chair(s): Yiyuan Huang, Mohammad Shidujaman, P.R. China

  • Advancing Inclusive Service Design: Defining, Evaluating & Creating Universally Designed Services
    Miriam E.N. Begnum, Oda Lintho Bue, Norway
  • Kindergarten Interactive Lighting Design Based on Cognitive Development Theory
    Yansong Chen, Cai Wang, Ruxue Yang, Yiyuan Huang, Fei Gao, Zhigang Wang, Lin Zhang, P.R. China
  • Implementation of Fast-Building Interactive Scene with Chinese Paper Cutting Style
    Xingguang Mi, Wenjuan Chen, P.R. China
  • Urban Interactive Installation Art as Pseudo-Environment Based on the Frame of the Shannon–Weaver Model
    Hantian Xu, Lin Zhang, P.R. China
  • Relationship between Human-Computer Interaction Features and Players’ Decision-Making in Music Games
    Gongli Wang, Guoyu Sun, Tianqi Xie, Yiyuan Huang, P.R. China
  • Design of Wearable digital Enhancement for Traditional Musical Instruments
    Jiaqi Jiang, Qiong Wu, Wenlin Ban, P.R. China
Artificial Intelligence in HCI

S027: AI User Trust and System Trustworthiness
Chair(s): Brian C. Stanton, United States

  • Disentangling Trust and Anthropomorphism Toward the Design of Human-Centered AI Systems
    Theodore Jensen, United States
  • Whoops! Something Went Wrong: Errors, Trust, and Trust Repair Strategies in Human Agent Teaming
    Summer Rebensky, Kendall Carmody, Cherrise Ficke, Daniel Nguyen, Meredith Carroll, Jessica Wildman, Amanda Thayer, United States
  • Can you Trust the Black Box? The Effect of Personality Traits on Trust in AI-Enabled User Interfaces
    Martin Böckle, Kwaku Yeboah-Antwi, Iana Kouris, Germany
  • Sage Advice? The Impacts of Explanations for Machine Learning Models on Human Decision-Making in Spam Detection
    Mallory C. Stites, Megan Nyre-Yu, Blake Moss, Charles Smutz, Michael R. Smith, United States

S028: Designing Conversational Agents and Human-Agent Teaming
Chair(s): Sandeep Kaur Kuttal, United States

  • Designing a Gender-Inclusive Conversational Agent for Pair Programming: An Empirical Investigation
    Sandeep Kaur Kuttal, Abim Sedhain, Jake AuBuchon, United States
  • Pet Dogs’ and Their Owners’ Reactions toward Four Differently Shaped Speaking Agents: A Report on Qualitative Results in a Pilot Test
    Haruka Kasuga, Yuichiro Ikeda, Japan
  • Building Conversational Agents for Military Training: Towards a Virtual Wingman
    Joost Van Oijen, Olivier Claessen, Netherlands

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