AutoUI'22: Workshop on Multimodal Motion Sickness Detection and Mitigation Methods for Car Journeys
About the Workshop
This workshop at AutoUI’22 will (1) emphasise the importance of motion sickness research for the future of AVs, (2) develop a community at the intersection of various domains that will accelerate our progress towards understanding and tackling the issue of motion sickness in AVs, and (3) through this community, build an agenda for research that fosters collaborations through sharing of knowledge and hardware/software resources (motion platforms, toolkits) further accelerating the progress in this important field. The organisers will bring together researchers and practitioners of the AutoUI community and beyond with a wide variety of backgrounds in the design of motion sickness detection and mitigation methods. They will also strongly encourage researchers from industry to share their work. First, the workshop organisers and participants will present their current research to build a foundation and common knowledge. These will then serve as the building blocks for future discussions on widely-used motion sickness measures, study designs, detection, and mitigation methods. The workshop discussions are expected to generate new research ideas, forge future collaborations and, ultimately pave the way for research techniques that could fully mitigate the issue of motion sickness in AVs.
for the password to join the meeting please send an email with your registration to: firstname.lastname@example.org
as part of the workshop will be run using Miro board we recommend attendees to create a free account prior to the workshop: https://miro.com/signup/
Workshop dates: Sunday September 18th, 9am -1pm (Korean Time)
Engineering Hall 4, Yonsei University, Yonsei-ro 50, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, South Korea.
This workshop is open for anyone who wants to attend in person or online as part of AutoUI’22. The in person slots are limited to around 30-40 places due to room sizes. You can check the AutoUI registration page for more details about registration for the conference. Participants of the workshop will be added to a slack channel to allow for easy and quick communication prior, throughout and after the workshop.
SHARING YOUR WORK
You can also share and present your own work during this workshop. Participants can submit a short abstract outlining the work they would like to present. The organisers will then select a few of the submission for presentations. Each presentation is about 3 min long with 2 min for questions. We will also create dedicated slack channels for each presentation so that participants can discuss their work even further.