Final Program

Sun, 19 July | Mon, 20 July | Tue, 21 July | Wed, 22 July | Thu, 23 July | Fri, 24 July

The times indicated are in "Central European Summer Time - CEST (Copenhagen)"

14:00 – 16:00 16:30 – 18:30

14:00 – 16:00 (CEST - Copenhagen)
Human-Computer Interaction

S239: Smart User Interfaces for Accessibility
Chair(s): Kening Zhu, Hong Kong

  • VR: Time Machine
    Doros Polydorou, Cyprus; Oded Ben-Tal, United Kingdom; Atser Damsma, Nadine Schlichting, Netherlands
  • Designing for experiences in blended reality environments for people with dementia
    Shital Desai, Deborah Fels, Arlene Astell, Canada
  • Toward Inclusive Learning: Designing and Evaluating Tangible Programming Blocks for Visually Impaired Students
    Zhiyi Rong, Ngo Fung Chan, Hong Kong; Taizhou Chen, P.R. China; Kening Zhu, Hong Kong
  • FingerTalkie: Designing A Low-cost Finger-worn Device for Interactive Audio Labeling of Tactile Diagrams
    Arshad Nasser, Hong Kong; Taizhou Chen, Can Liu, P.R. China; Kening Zhu, Hong Kong; P. V. M. Rao, India

S240: User Experience Assessment Methods and Case Studies - I
Chair(s): Ilan Kirsh, Israel

  • Evaluating the Usability and the Accessibility of Saudi E-government Websites
    Nourah Aloboud, Raghad AlOtaibi, Amani Alqahtani, Saudi Arabia
  • Emotional responses to health data visualization
    Chloe Lourdais, Emilie Poirson, France; Liang Ma, P.R. China
  • The Social Acceptability of Peripheral Interaction with 3D Gestures in a Simulated Setting
    Sara Nielsen, Lucca Julie Nellemann, Lars Bo Larsen, Kashmiri Stec, Denmark
  • Exploring Pointer Assisted Reading (PAR): Using Mouse Movements to Analyze Web Users' Reading Behaviors and Patterns
    Ilan Kirsh, Israel; Mike Joy, United Kingdom
  • Introducing Mobile Device-Based Interactions to Users: An Investigation of Onboarding Tutorials
    Mandy Korzetz, Romina Kühn, Lukas Büschel, Franz-Wilhelm Schumann, Uwe Aßmann, Thomas Schlegel, Germany
Human Interface and the Management of Information

S241: Human Performance in Complex Systems
Chair(s): Kim-Phuong Vu, Gabriella M. Hancock, United States

  • Environmental Control Units for Inpatient Care at Veterans Affairs Spinal Cord Injury Centers: Heuristic Evaluation & Design Recommendations
    Gabriella M. Hancock, Sam Anvari, Matthew T. Nare, Nicole B. Mok, Aram Ayvazyan, Kelsey M. McCoy, Xiaolu Bai, Gregory P. Mather, Amanda S. McBride, Natalia Morales, United States
  • UX/UI Research on ECU Systems for Inpatient Care at VA Hospitals: An Overview of an On-going Research Program
    Sam Anvari, Xiaolu Bai, Kelsey M. McCoy, Aram Ayvazyan, Nicole B. Mok, Matthew T. Nare, Gregory P. Mather, Natalia Morales, Amanda S. McBride, Gabriella M. Hancock, United States
  • Discriminative Model for Identifying Motion Primitives Based on Virtual Reality-Based IADL
    Yasuhiro Iwashita, Takehiko Yamaguchi, Japan; Tania Giovannetti, United States; Maiko Sakamoto, Hayato Ohwada, Japan
  • One of by Map - Two if by See: Implications of Dissonant Affordance Structures in Human-Computer Interaction with especial Reference to the Case of Driver-Automated Vehicle Relationships
    Peter Hancock, Gabriella M. Hancock, United States
Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S242: Human Factors and Ergonomics in Safety-critical Systems - II
Chair(s): Alexandra Fernandes, Norway

  • Exploring the Effects of Large Screen Overview Displays in a Nuclear Control Room Setting
    Alexandra Fernandes, Alf Ove Braseth, Robert McDonald, Maren Eitrheim, Norway
  • Promoting Operational Readiness through Procedures in Nuclear Domain
    Jari Laarni, Jatta Tomminen, Marja Liinasuo, Satu Pakarinen, Kristian Lukander, Finland
  • Modeling Distributed Situational Awareness to Improve Handling Emergency Calls in Operation Centres
    Marcel Saager, Marie-Christin Harre, Germany
  • Investigating the Effect of Conflicting Goals and Transparency on Trust and Collaboration in Multi-Team Systems
    Verena Vogelpohl, Carmen Bruder, Jana Schadow, Dirk Schulze Kissing, Germany
  • Operator Actions Outside the Control Room: A Field Study
    Alexandra Fernandes, Rossella Bisio, Claire Blackett, Norway
Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S243: Recent Developments in Technologies and Techniques for Universal Accessibility - I
Chair(s): Frode Eika Sandnes, Terje Gjoesaeter, Norway

  • QB-Gest: Qwerty Bimanual Gestural Input for Eyes-free Smartphone Text Input
    Linghui Ye, Frode Eika Sandnes, Norway; I. Scott MacKenzie, Canada
  • Towards Universal Accessibility on the Web: Do Grammar Checking Tools Improve Text Readability?
    Hitesh Mohan Kaushik, Evelyn Eika, Frode Eika Sandnes, Norway
  • Impact of Sentence length on the Readability of Web for Screen Reader Users
    Bam Bahadur Kadayat, Nepal; Evelyn Eika, Norway
  • Cultural Inclusion and Access to Technology: Bottom-up Perspectives on Copyright Law and Policy in Norway
    G. Anthony Giannoumis, Norway; Wondwossen Mulualem Beyene, Ethiopia
  • Open Government Data through the Lens of Universal Design
    Mexhid Ferati, Fisnik Dalipi, Zenun Kastrati, Sweden
  • Evaluating Hands-on and Hands-free Input Methods for a Simple Game
    Mehedi Hassan, Canada; John Magee, United States; I. Scott MacKenzie, Canada

S244: Technology for Inclusion and Participation (TIP) - I
Chair(s): Ingo Bosse, Christoph Kaletka, Susanne Dirks, Germany

  • The Information Repertoire of People with Disabilities
    Annegret Haage, Germany
  • Accessible Learning Management Systems in Higher Education
    Leevke Wilkens, Christian Bühler, Ingo Bosse, Germany
  • I Can’t Do It, They Say! – Perceived Stigmatization Experiences of People with Intellectual Disabilities when Using and Accessing the Internet
    Vanessa N. Heitplatz, Christian Bühler, Matthias R. Hastall, Germany
  • Persona Design in Participatory Agile Software Development
    Susanne Dirks, Germany
  • Contribution of Clinical Data to the Design of Assistive Systems
    Frédéric Vella, Nadine Vigouroux, Rozenn Baudet, Antonio Serpa, Philippe Truillet, Xavier Carrau, Jean-François Camps, Caroline Mercardier, Charline Calmels, Karine Gigaud, Victoria Fourgous, Mélodie Blanchard, France
Cross-Cultural Design

S245: HCI Expertise in Health-Related Products and Services
Chair(s): Runting Zhong, P.R. China

  • Chinese Pain Descriptors Used by Medical Personnel: A Case Study in Beijing
    Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Zhi Guo, Runting Zhong, Soulki Kim, P.R. China
  • A framework of real-time stress monitoring and intervention system
    Peixian Lu, Wei Zhang, Liang Ma, Qichao Zhao, P.R. China
  • Can Smart Voice Assistant Induce Social Facilitation Effect? A Preliminary Study
    Na Liu, Quanlin Pu, P.R. China
  • Development of Health Care System Based on Smart Clothes
    Pin-Chieh Huang, Chung-Chih Lin, Hisang-Jen Hsieh, Wei-Chia Chen, Ho-Huan Chiang, Taiwan

S246: Cross-Cultural Management and Decision Making
Chair(s): Ta-Ping (Robert) Lu, Pin-Hsuan Chen, P.R. China

  • Experimental Analysis of Cultural Factors on Trust in Global Supply Chain Management
    Fansheng Zhou, Pin-Hsuan Chen, Ta-Ping (Robert) Lu, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • The Influence of Chinese-English Bilingualism on Rationality in Decision Making Behaviors
    Mostafa Moazami, Nan Qie, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • Evaluating trust, trustworthiness and bullwhip effect: A three-echelon supply chain interactive experiment
    Pin-Hsuan Chen, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, P.R. China
  • CIAM: A new assessment model to measure culture’s influence on websites
    Surbhi Pratap, Jyoti Kumar, India
  • Cognitive and computational aspects of intercultural communication in human-computer interaction
    Marcel Pikhart, Czech Republic
  • How the Linguistic Context Influences the Decision-Making process of bilingual individuals with a comparison between Eastern and Western languages
    Giorgio Manenti, Italy; Jean-Raphaël Eid, France; Abdul Qadeer Khoso, Pakistan; Marius Julian Vogel, Switzerland; Md Redwan Ahmed Reyadh, Bangladesh; Victor Lopez Perez, Mexico

S247: Design for Engagement and Communication - ΙΙ
Chair(s): Yuan-Chi Tseng, Taiwan

  • Investigating Culture as a Precedent Factor for Dual Social Network Site Use and Social Capital Development
    Chien-Wen (Tina) Yuan, Taiwan
  • Cultural Engagement and Interactive Communication: A Study on the Implementation of New Media on Museum’s Digital Interpretations
    Chih-Yung Chiu, Deng-Teng Shih, Taiwan
  • mHealth strategies to promote uptake and adherence to PrEP: A systematic review
    Morgan LaBelle, Canada; Carol Strong, Yuan-Chi Tseng, Taiwan
  • Cultural Discourse in User Interface Design: Investigating Characteristics of Communicators in Microsoft Word
    Chunyan Wang, P.R. China; Xiaojun Yuan, United States
  • How Design with Intent Cards Facilitate Behavioral Design Ideation for Humanities, Design, and Engineering Students
    Yuan-Chi Tseng, Taiwan

S248: Designing the Future: Innovative Theories, Tools, and Practices - III
Chair(s): Zhiyong Fu, P.R. China

  • Fostering Cross-cultural Research by Cross-cultural Student Teams: A Case Study Related to Kawaii (Cute) Robot Design
    David Berque, Hiroko Chiba, United States; Michiko Ohkura, Peeraya Sripian, Midori Sugaya, Japan
  • Neuroergonomics Behind Culture: A Dynamic Causal Modeling (DCM) Study on Emotion
    Zach Pugh, Jiali Huang, Kristen Lindquist, Chang S. Nam, United States
  • Exploring Universal and Cultural Preferences for Different Concepts of Autonomous Vehicles’ External Communication in China, USA and Germany
    Anne-Marie Julie Barthe Wesseling, Germany; Ruth Mugge, Elmer Van Grondelle, Netherlands; Ina Othersen, Germany
  • Teaching to Find Design Opportunities for Behavior Change Through Causal Layered Analysis
    Peter Scupelli, United States
  • Play it my way: Participatory mobile game design with children in rural Nepal
    Dev Lamichhane, Janet C. Read, United Kingdom
Social Computing and Social Media

S249: Health and Fitness on Social Media
Chair(s): Aylin Ilhan, Kaja Fietkiewicz, Isabelle Dorsch, Germany

  • Zika Outbreak of 2016: Insights from Twitter
    Wasim Ahmed, Peter A. Bath, Laura Sbaffi, United Kingdom; Gianluca Demartini, Australia
  • Virtual Fitness Community: Online Behavior on a Croatian Fitness Forum
    Kristina Feldvari, Anita Dremel, Snježana Stanarević Katavić, Croatia
  • Users of Fitbit Facebook Groups: A Gender- and Generation-Determined Investigation of their Motivation and Need
    Aylin Ilhan, Germany
  • Image Strength and Identity Diffusion as Factors Influencing the Perception of Hospitals by their Facebook Communities
    Michael Beier, Sebastian Früh, Switzerland
  • Towards Curtailing Infodemic in the era of COVID-19: A Contextualized Solution for Ethiopia
    Elefelious Getachew Belay, Melkamu Beyene, Tibebe Beshah Tesema, Teshome Alemu, Amanuel Negashe, Aminu Mohammed, Mengistu Yilma, Berhan Tassew, Solomon Mekonnen, Ethiopia

S250: Data Based Social Signal Processing - III
Chair(s): Hung-Hsuan Huang, Shogo Okada, Ryo Ishii, Japan

  • Using Context to Help Predict Speaker’s Emotions in Social Dialogue
    Mei Si, United States
  • Analyzing #LasTesis Feminist Movement in Twitter using Topic Models
    Sebastian Rodriguez, Hector Allende-Cid, Cristian Gonzalez, Rodrigo Alfaro, Claudio Elortegui, Wenceslao Palma, Pedro Santander, Chile
  • Using Deep Learning to Detect Rumors in Twitter
    Eliana Providel Godoy, Marcelo Mendoza, Chile
  • An Exploration of a Social Media Community: The Case of #AcademicTwitter
    Lina Gomez-Vasquez, Enilda Romero-Hall, United States
  • Characterizing Anxiety Disorders with Online Social and Interactional Networks
    Sarmistha Dutta, Munmun De Choudhury, United States
Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S251: Modern Applications - I
Chair(s): Vincent G. Duffy, United States

  • Fitness Evaluation of Military Helmet Pad
    Chia-Chen Kuo, Yu Shiau, Mao-Jiun J. Wang, Jun-Ming Lu, Taiwan
  • Usability Assessment of Augmented Reality-based Pedestrian Navigation Aid
    Liu Tang, Jia Zhou, P.R. China
  • Evaluating the Effect of Crutch-using on Trunk Muscle Loads
    Jing Chang, P.R. China; Wenrui Wang, Damien Chablat, Fouad Bennis, France
  • A Task Simulation and Ergonomics Analysis Method Based on JACK
    Hongjun Xue, Jiayu Chen, Xiaoyan Zhang, P.R. China
  • Safety Performance-based Risk Assessment for Aviation Fuel Supply of Civil Aviation
    Mingliang Chen, Yuan Zhang, Yanqiu Chen, P.R. China
Design, User Experience, and Usability

S252: Art and Science - Digital Media - Public Space - Interaction between People and the Environment
Chair(s): Yanlin Liu, P.R. China

  • Interactive experience art in exhibition
    Xueying Niu, Yuelin Liang, P.R. China
  • Research upon the Relativity between Digital Media and Tourism
    Wei Feng, Peng Wang, P.R. China
  • Experience and Design of Rural Cultural Well-Being in the New Media Age: A Case Study of Shatan Village in China
    Yuanyuan Chen, Li Wang, P.R. China
  • A Study on Travel Experience Design Based on the Motivation of Chinese Millennials to Travel Alone
    Xi Chen, Linong Dai, P.R. China
  • Human Resource Management in the age of Artificial Intelligence
    Xinyu MU, United States

S253: Ergonomics in Design - ΙV
Chair(s): Marcelo M. Soares, P.R. China

  • JigsAR: A Mixed Reality System for Supporting the Assembly of Jigsaw Puzzles
    João M.X.N. Teixeira, Pedro J.L. Silva, Júlia D.T. De Souza, Filipe F. Monteiro, Veronica Teichrieb, Brazil
  • Embodied Cognition and Tactile Interaction: A Review on how Multi-sensorimotor Experiences Assisted by 3D Printing can Shape the General Perception of Daily Activities
    Vinicius Castilho, Diogo B. Henriques, Walter Correia, Lucas De Melo Souza, Silvio De Barros Melo, Brazil
  • Recommendation Systems and Machine Learning: Mapping the User Experience
    Luiz Agner, Barbara Necyk, Adriano Renzi, Brazil
  • a Platform that Assumes Design as a Strategic Tool
    Andre Neves, Silvio Meira, Leonardo Medeiros, Milena Ferraz, Clarissa Soter, Sergio Cavalcanti, Pedro Cavalcanti, Virginia Heimann, Brazil

S254: Studies on Mobile Interactions
Chair(s): Shih-Chieh Liao, Taiwan

  • An Observation on the Behavior of Smartphone Addicts at Taipei Mass Rapid Transportation Station
    Miao Huang, P.R. China; Chien-Hsiung Chen, Taiwan
  • Exploring Information Support in Mobile Terminal Guidance in the Context of Medical Service
    Wu Yue, Xin Chen, P.R. China
  • Preliminary Exploration of Interface Design for Senior Citizens: A Study of Smartphone Camera Usage for People above 50
    Jiabei Jiang, Weiwei Zhang, Jihong Jeung, P.R. China
  • A Study of Middle-aged User’s Acceptance in Mandarin Chinese Font Display on Smart Phones
    Shih-Chieh Liao, Chih-Cheng Sun, Shu Hsuan Feng, Taiwan; Chi-Hin Choy, Hong Kong
  • Mobile usability: review, classifications and future directions
    Zhao Huang, P.R. China
  • Effects of the Chinese Character size, Page Spacing and Scrolling Frequency on Reading Time of Smartphones
    Shih-Miao Huang, Taiwan

S255: UX Aspects in Product Design
Chair(s): To be announced

  • The Kansei Images of Blister Packaging Through Tactile Perception
    Shang-Ru Yu, Hsi-Jen Chen, Taiwan
  • An Integrated Framework of Product Kansei Decision-Making based on Hesitant Linguistic Fuzzy Term Sets
    Yan-pu Yang, Jun-wen Shi, Gang-feng Wang, P.R. China
  • Study on Size Coding Identification of Manual Rotary Knob
    Huimin Hu, Junmin Du, Hui Lu, Haoshu Gu, P.R. China
  • Ergonomics Considerations of Usability Test of UAV Handheld Control Unit
    Xu Wu, Guoqiang Sun, Shuang Liu, Lin Ding, Chongchong Miao, Kai An, P.R. China
  • Research on servicesecape innovation methods based on design thinking
    Ruiguang Tan, Jiayi Liu, P.R. China
HCI in Business, Government and Organizations

S256: Mixed Methods for Intelligent Data Analysis
Chair(s): I-Chin Wu, Taiwan

  • Exploring Students’ Search Behavior and the Effect of Epistemological Beliefs on Contradictory Issues
    Yuan-Ho Huang, Taiwan
  • Investigating Patients’ Visits to Emergency Departments: A Behavior-Based ICD-9-CM Codes Decision Tree Induction Approach
    Yen-Yi Feng, I-Chin Wu, Yu-Ping Ho, Taiwan
  • Identification of Key Factors Affecting Logistics Service Quality of Cross-border E-commerce
    Peng Jiang, Hang Jiang, P.R. China; Yi-Chung Hu, Taiwan; Chongen Liang, Shiyuan Wang, P.R. China
  • Research on Key Factors Affecting College Students’ Usage Intention of Green Public Welfare Activity Platform Based on DEMATEL Method
    Qi Xu, Jiong Fu, P.R. China
  • Detecting Deceptive Language in Crime Interrogation
    Yi-Ying Kao, Po-Han Chen, Chun-Chiao Tzeng, Zi-Yuan Chen, Boaz Shmueli, Lun-Wei Ku, Taiwan
  • Predicting Music Emotion By Using Convolutional Neural Network
    Pei-Tse Yang, Shih-Ming Kuang, Chia-Chun Wu, Jia-Lien Hsu, Taiwan

S257: HCI in Business and Organizations - II
Chair(s): Fiona Nah, United States

  • Effects of Avatar Cuteness on Users’ Perceptions of System Errors in Anthropomorphic Interfaces
    Yue Cheng, Lingyun Qiu, Jun Pang, P.R. China
  • Virtual Reality Online Shopping (VROS) Platform
    Yu-Chun Huang, Shu-Yun Liu, Taiwan
  • Success Factors in Micro-Celebrity Endorsement: The Role of Informational and Narrative Content in Product Recommendation
    Wei Yang, Choon Ling Sia, Hong Kong
  • A Review on Quality of Service and SERVQUAL Model
    Zhengyu Shi, Huifang Shang, P.R. China
Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S258: Human Factors In Smart HCI - I
Chair(s): Nicholas H. Müller, Germany

  • Telepresence Robots and Their Impact on Human-Human Interaction
    Lisa Keller, Kevin Pfeffel, Karsten Huffstadt, Nicholas H. Müller, Germany
  • Brain Activation in Virtual Reality for Attention Guidance
    Philipp Ulsamer, Kevin Pfeffel, Nicholas H. Müller, Germany
  • Exploiting the Human Factor: Social Engineering Attacks on Cryptocurrency Users
    Kristin Weber, Andreas E. Schütz, Tobias Fertig, Nicholas H. Müller, Germany
  • Utilizing Context Effects of Banner Ads for Conversion Rate Optimization
    Peter Silbermann, Tobias Fertig, Andreas E. Schütz, Nicholas H. Müller, Germany
  • Proactive Smart City Interactions
    Madlen Müller-Wuttke, Andreas E. Schütz, Felix Franz, Nicholas H. Müller, Germany

S259: Interactive Learning Ecosystems - IV
Chair(s): Francisco J. García-Peñalvo, David Fonseca, Spain

  • A Comparative Study of the Application of Lesson Study in Different University Learning Environments
    Efraim Centeno, Marian Alaez, David Fonseca, Fidel Fernández-Bernal, Sonja Wogrin, Susana Romero, Ane Ferrán, Maria Alsina, Silvia Necchi, Spain
  • Characterization of Learners from their Learning Activities on a Smart Learning Platform
    Alberto Real-Fernández, Rafael Molina-Carmona, Faraón Llorens-Largo, Spain
  • EDUGAME4CITY - A Gamification for Architecture Students - Viability Study Applied to Urban Design
    Ernest Redondo, David Fonseca, Mónica Sánchez-Sepúlveda, Héctor Zapata, Isidro Navarro, Lluís Giménez, Spain; Miguel Ángel Pérez, Mexico
  • 3D Hologram Learning Kit Development for Elementary Education
    Youbin Kim, Dong Yeong Lee, Korea
  • GAME4CITY - Gamification for Citizens through the Use of Virtual Reality Made Available to the Masses - Viability Study in Two Public Events
    Ernest Redondo, Héctor Zapata, Isidro Navarro, David Fonseca, Lluís Giménez, Spain; Miguel Ángel Pérez, Mexico; Mónica Sánchez-Sepúlveda, Spain
  • Anti-Procrastination Online Tool for Graduate Students Based on The Pomodoro Technique
    Kholood Almalki, Omnia Alharbi, Wala’a ALahmadi, Maha Aljohani, Saudi Arabia
Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population

S260: Human Factors and Design - II
Chair(s): Wang-Chin Tsai, Taiwan

  • Does technology work? Older adults' attitudes and difficulties in using computers
    Yi-Yin Lin, Lily Chen, Taiwan
  • A Study on Technology Anxiety Among Different Ages and Genders
    Yu-Chen Hsieh, Wang-Chin Tsai, Yu-Chi Hsia, Taiwan
  • Practical Implementation of an Innovative Design Aimed at Increasing Enthusiasm for Exercise Among the Elderly
    Hui-Jiun Hu, Li-Shu Lu, Taiwan
  • Construction and Evaluation of Situational System for Introducing Interactive Technology into Ecotourism of Active Aging Group
    Li-Shu Lu, PeiFen Wu, Guan-Yuan Huan, Taiwan
HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust

S261: Human Factors Approaches to Cyber Security within Workplaces
Chair(s): Phillip L. Morgan, United Kingdom

  • Human Cyber Risk Management by Security Awareness Professionals: Carrots or Sticks to Drive Behaviour Change?
    John M. Blythe, Alan Gray, Emily Collins, United Kingdom
  • Another Week at the Office (AWATO) – an Interactive Serious Game for Threat Modeling Human Factors
    Lauren Ferro, Francesco Sapio, Italy
  • Cyber-risk in Healthcare: Exploring Facilitators and Barriers to Secure Behaviour
    Lynne Coventry, Dawn Branley-Bell, Elizabeth Sillence, United Kingdom; Sabina Magalini, Pasquale Mari, Italy; Aimilia Magkanaraki, Kalliopi Anastasopoulou, Greece
  • Development of a Test Battery for Cyber Soldiers
    Patrik Lif, Jacob Löfvenberg, Per Wikberg, Ove Jansson, Sweden
  • Understanding Insider Threat Attacks using Natural Language Processing: Automatically Mapping Organic Narrative Reports to Existing Insider Threat Frameworks
    Katie Paxton-Fear, Duncan Hodges, Oliver Buckley, United Kingdom
  • Factors Shaping Information Security Culture in an Internal IT Department
    Peter Dornheim, Rüdiger Zarnekow, Germany
HCI in Games

S262: Recent Advancements in Gaming and HCI - I
Chair(s): Khaldoon Dhou, United States; Barbara Caci, Italy

  • Mobile Augmented Reality App for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to Learn Vocabulary (MARVoc): from the Requirement Gathering to its Initial Evaluation
    Kamran Khowaja, Dena Al-Thani, Asma Osman Hassan, Qatar; Asadullah Shah, Siti Salwah Salim, Malaysia
  • Can we Predict the Best Gamification Elements for a User based on their Personal Attributes?
    Wad Ghaban, Robert Hendley, United Kingdom
  • Non-intrusive Measurement of Player Engagement and Emotions - Real-Time Deep Neural Network Analysis of Facial Expressions during Game Play
    Dines Selvig, Henrik Schoenau-Fog, Denmark
  • Personalised Semantic User Interfaces for Games
    Owen Sacco, Malta
  • The Interplay Between Artificial Intelligence and Users' Personalities: A New Scenario for Human-Computer Interaction in Gaming
    Barbara Caci, Italy; Khaldoon Dhou, United States
HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems

S263: Human-Systems Integration for Driving Automation Systems - I
Chair(s): Peter Mörtl, Austria

  • Human-Systems Integration for Driving Automation Systems: Holistic Approach for Driver Role Integration and Automation Allocation for European Mobility Needs
    Peter Mörtl, Austria
  • Age-related Differences in the Interaction with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems - A Field Study
    Norah Neuhuber, Gernot Lechner, Tahir Emre Kalayci, Alexander Stocker, Bettina Kubicek, Austria
  • A fluid-HMI approach for Haptic Steering Shared Control for the HADRIAN Project
    Myriam E. Vaca-Recalde, Mauricio Marcano, Joseba Sarabia, Leonardo González, Joshue Perez, Sergio Diaz, Spain
  • Fluid Interface Concept for Automated Driving
    Paolo Pretto, Peter Mörtl, Norah Neuhuber, Austria
  • Evaluating HMI-Development Approaches from an Automotive Perspective
    Jan Bavendiek, Yannick Ostad, Lutz Eckstein, Germany
Adaptive Instructional Systems

S264: Essentials of Learner Modeling for Adaptive Instructional Systems (AISs)
Chair(s): Ani Grubisic, Croatia

  • Bayesian Student Modelling in the AC&NL Tutor
    Ines Šarić-Grgić, Ani Grubisic, Branko Žitko, Slavomir Stankov, Angelina Gaspar, Suzana Tomaš, Croatia; Daniel Vasić, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Learner Modeling in the Context of Caring Assessments
    Diego Zapata-Rivera, Blair Lehman, Jesse R. Sparks, United States
  • Does Time Matter in Learning? A Computer Simulation of Carroll's Model of Learning
    Alfred Essa, Shirin Mojarad, United States
  • Supporting different Roles and Responsibilities in Developing and Using Context-based Adaptive Personalized Collaboration Environments Compliant to the Law
    Mandy Goram, Dirk Veiel, Germany
  • Reducing the Gap Between the Conceptual Models of Students and Experts Using Graph-based Adaptive Instructional Systems
    Philippe J. Giabbanelli, Andrew A. Tawfik, United States
Design, Operation and Evaluation of Mobile Communications

S265: Adoption of Mobile Communications
Chair(s): June Wei, United States

  • Enhancing E/M-Government Synergy in Kenya: Citizens’ Perspectives on the Driving Factors for M-Government Diffusion
    Sharon Mirella Wakhu, Kenya; Xu Fuyuan, P.R. China; John Ο. Kakonge, Kenya
  • How Does Mobile Devices Usage Contribute to Individual’s Creativity in Cross-Cultural Settings?
    Shangui Hu, Hefu Liu, Guoyin Wang, P.R. China
  • The Study on How Influencer Marketing Can Motivate Consumer through Interaction-Based Mobile Communication
    Kai-Shuan Shen, Taiwan
  • An Empirical Research on Factors Influencing Virtual Community Members Shift toward E-Commerce Buyers
    Guangming Yang, Zhongwei Gu, P.R. China; June Wei, United States
  • Problems and Suggestions in the Initial Construction of Running Campuses in Different Places
    Xiang Xie, Qianru Zhang, Haihong Su, P.R. China

S266: Mobile Communications in Business - I
Chair(s): Chee Ling Thong, Malaysia

  • Features of Mobile Tracking Apps: A Review of Literature and Analysis of Current Apps Compared Against Travel Agency Requirements
    Wing Ging Too, Chee Ling Thong, Su Mon Chit, Lee Yen Chaw, Chiw Yi Lee, Malaysia
  • Human-Computer Driving Collaborative Control System for Curve Driving
    Zhenhai Gao, Yiteng Sun, Hongyu Hu, Xingtai Mei, Lei He, Fei Gao, Tianyaon Zhang, P.R. China
  • Research on Permanent Institutions of Mobile Business Income Tax
    Peiyan Zhou, Xuelei Zhang, P.R. China
  • Research on the Issues and Countermeasures of VAT Legislation for China Mobile Business Users
    Yun Ruan, Wanyu Li, P.R. China
  • Research on the Tax Base of Income Tax of Smart Mobile Commerce
    Qi Wei, Peiyan Zhou, P.R. China
  • A Study on the Influence of E-commerce Live Streaming on Consumer's Purchase Intentions in Mobile Internet
    Shi Yin, P.R. China
Culture and Computing

S267: Designing Cultural Heritage Explorations
Chair(s): Antonio Rodà, Niccolò Pretto, Italy

  • 3D Virtual Reconstruction and Sound Simulation of an Ancient Roman Brass Musical Instrument
    Zezhou Sun, United States; Antonio Rodà, Italy; Emily Whiting, United States; Emanuela Faresin, Giuseppe Salemi, Italy
  • Preservation and Promotion of Opera Cultural Heritage: The Experience of La Scala Theatre
    Federico Avanzini, Adriano Baratè, Goffredo Haus, Luca A. Ludovico, Stavros Ntalampiras, Italy
  • Mood Boards as a Tool for Studying Emotions as Building Blocks of the Collective Unconscious
    Huang-Ming Chang, Netherlands; Leonid Ivonin, United Kingdom; Marta Diaz, Andreu Catala, Spain; Matthias Rauterberg, Netherlands
  • Acoustic Experiences for Cultural Heritage Sites: A Pilot Experiment on Spontaneous Visitors' Interest
    Vincenzo Norman Vitale, Marco Olivieri, Antonio Origlia, Niccolò Pretto, Antonio Rodà, Francesco Cutugno, Italy
  • Experiencing the Conditions of Trust: A Practice-Based Exploration of Trust Formation through an Artificial Society Environment
    Michael Heidt, Andreas Bischof, Germany
Artificial Intelligence in HCI

S268: User-based Methods for Developing xAI
Chair(s): Rob Macredie, Theodora Koulouri, United Kingdom

  • Human-centered Explainable AI: Towards a Reflective Sociotechnical Approach
    Upol Ehsan, Mark Riedl, United States
  • Transparency and Trust in Human-AI-Interaction: The Role of Model-Agnostic Explanations in Computer Vision-Based Decision Support
    Christian Meske, Enrico Bunde, Germany
  • Towards Increased Transparency with Value Sensitive Design
    Jacob Dexe, Ulrik Franke, Anneli Avatare Nöu, Alexander Rad, Sweden
  • Color for Characters - Effects of Visual Explanations of AI on Trust and Observability
    Tim Schrills, Thomas Franke, Germany

16:30 – 18:30 (CEST - Copenhagen)
Human-Computer Interaction

S269: User Experience Assessment Methods and Case Studies - II
Chair(s): Jan-Niklas Voigt-Antons, Germany

  • Ecological Momentary Assessment Tools: Lessons Learned from an HCI Perspective
    Pietro Crovari, Fabio Catania, Micol Spitale, Franca Garzotto, Italy
  • Accuracy Assessment of ARKit 2 Based Gaze Estimation
    Robert Greinacher, Jan-Niklas Voigt-Antons, Germany
  • Is it Possible to Predict Human Perception of Video Quality? The Assessment of Sencogi Quality Metric
    Maria Laura Mele, Silvia Colabrese, Luca Calabria, Christiaan Erik Rijnders, Italy
  • Adoption of the HTA Technique in the Open Source Software Development Process
    Rosa Llerena, Ecuador; Nancy Rodríguez Gavilanes, Lucrecia Llerena, Spain; John W. Castro, Chile; Silvia T. Acuña, Spain
  • UX in IxD - User Experience in Interaction Design
    Miroslav Sili, Johannes Kropf, Sten Hanke, Austria
Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

S270: Studies on Cognitive Workload and Decision Making
Chair(s): José Manuel Castillo, France

  • Towards a Multimodal Measure for Physiological Behaviours to Estimate Cognitive Load
    Muneeb Imtiaz Ahmad, David A. Robb, Ingo Keller, Katrin Lohan, United Kingdom
  • An Exploratory Study on the Perception of Optical Illusions in Real World and Virtual Environments
    Sophie Giesa, Manuel Heinzig, Robert Manthey, Christian Roschke, Rico Thomanek, Marc Ritter, Germany
  • Good Boy Here or Bad Boy far Away? Effects of Digital Nudging on Booking Decisions in Car Sharing
    Tim Schrills, Mourad Zoubir, Jacob Stahl, Katharina Drozniak, Thomas Franke, Germany
  • Mental Workload and Technostress at Work. Which Perspectives and Theoretical Frameworks Can Help us Understand both Phenomena Together?
    José Manuel Castillo, Edith Galy, Pierre Thérouanne, France
  • Effects of Virtual Emotional Content and Task Induced Mental Workload on False Recognition Memory: Electrophysiological Investigation
    Proshanto Kr Saha, Anukampa Sharma, India
  • Ambiguous Goals during Human-Computer Interaction Induce Higher Mental Workload
    Thea Radüntz, Marion Freyer, Beate Meffert, Germany
Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction

S271: Technology for Inclusion and Participation (TIP) - II
Chair(s): Ingo Bosse, Christoph Kaletka, Susanne Dirks, Germany

  • Digital Skills for People with Disabilities in a Learning and Demonstration Experience Laboratory - The project „Emscher-Lippe hoch 4”
    Ann Christin Schulz, Caroline Hirtz, Germany
  • Digitally-Supported Inclusive Vocational Education - Conceptual Considerations for the Hotel and Restaurant Industry
    Nele Sonnenschein, Anna-Maria Kamin, Germany
  • Web Accessibility in Portuguese Museums: Potential Constraints on Interaction for People with Disabilities
    Pedro Teixeira, Diana Lemos, Maria João Carneiro, Celeste Eusébio, Leonor Teixeira, Portugal
  • Creation Process for a Technology Design Model Promoting Active Participation of End Users with Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Achievements and Pitfalls
    Dany Lussier-Desrochers, Marie-Ève Dupont, Yves Lachapelle, Canada; Line Massé, Cameroon; Annie Martineau, Laurence Pépin-Beauchesne, Canada
  • The STORM Project: Using Video Game to Promote Completion of Morning Routine for Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder
    Laurence Pépin-Beauchesne, Dany Lussier-Desrochers, Annie-Claude Villeneuve, Marie-Ève Dupont, Canada; Line Massé, Cameroon; Annie Martineau, Canada

S272: Recent Developments in Technologies and Techniques for Universal Accessibility - II
Chair(s): Frode Eika Sandnes, Terje Gjoesaeter, Norway

  • Construction of an Inexpensive Eye Tracker for Social Inclusion and Education
    Otthar A.N. Krohn, Vako Varankian, Pedro G. Lind, Gustavo B. Moreno e Mello, Norway
  • Homebased Telework as a Tool for Inclusion? A Literature Review of Telework, Disabilities and Work-Life Balance
    Anne Igeltjørn, Laurence Habib, Norway
  • Smartphone Navigation Support for Blind and Visually Impaired People - A Comprehensive Analysis of Potentials and Opportunities
    Bineeth Kuriakose, Raju Shrestha, Frode Eika Sandnes, Norway
  • User Interfaces in Dark Mode During Daytime – Improved Productivity or Just Cool-Looking?
    Lasse Apalnes Pedersen, Svavar Skuli Einarsson, Fredrik Arne Rikheim, Frode Eika Sandnes, Norway
  • A Comparative Study of Three Sudoku Input Methods for Touch Displays
    Aslak Burheim Sommervold, Benjamin Nils Øvergaard, Eskil Nysether, Mohamed Yusuf Nur, Frode Eika Sandnes, Norway
  • A Comparative Study of Accessibility and Usability of Norwegian University Websites for Screen Reader Users Based on User Experience and Automated Assessment
    Prabin Parajuli, Nepal; Evelyn Eika, Norway
Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality

S273: VAMR for Collaboration
Chair(s): Fotis Liarokapis, Cyprus

  • Calibration of Diverse Tracking Systems to Enable Local Collaborative Mixed Reality Applications
    Adrian H. Hoppe, Leon Kaucher, Florian Van de Camp, Rainer Stiefelhagen, Germany
  • Virtual Reality (VR) in the Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) domain: A Mapping and a Pre-Study on Functionality and Immersion
    Gitte Pedersen, Konstantinos Koumaditis, Denmark
  • Design and Implementation of a Virtual Workstation for a Remote AFISO
    Thomas Hofmann, Jörn Jakobi, Marcus Biella, Christian Blessmann, Fabian Reuschling, Tom Kamender, Germany
  • Interactive AR Models in Participation Processes
    Jonas Hansert, Mathias Trefzger, Thomas Schlegel, Germany
  • Underwater Search and Discovery: From Serious Games to Virtual Reality
    Fotis Liarokapis, Cyprus; Iveta Vidová, Czech Republic; Selma Rizvić, Bosnia and Herzegovina; Stella Demesticha, Dimitrios Skarlatos, Cyprus

S274: VAMR in Industry - II
Chair(s): Asterios Leonidis, Greece

  • Navigating a Heavy Industry Environment Using Augmented Reality – A Comparison of Two Indoor Navigation Designs
    Alexander Arntz, Dustin Keßler, Nele Borgert, Nico Zengeler, Marc Jansen, Uwe Handmann, Sabrina C. Eimler, Germany
  • Mixed Mock-Up – Development of an Interactive Augmented Reality System for Assembly Planning
    Florian Dyck, Jörg Stöcklein, Daniel Eckertz, Roman Dumitrescu, Germany
  • Measurement Based AR for Geometric Validation within Automotive Engineering and Construction Processes
    Muhammad Ali Shahid, Benjamin-Paul Jesche, Manuel Olbrich, Holger Graf, Andreas Franek, Arjan Kuijper, Ulrich Bockholt, Michael Schmitt, Germany
  • A Comparison of Augmented and Virtual Reality Features in Industrial Trainings
    Lea Daling, Anas Abdelrazeq, Ingrid Isenhardt, Germany
  • A Context-Aware Assistance Framework for Implicit Interaction with an Augmented Human
    Eva Lampen, Jannes Lehwald, Thies Pfeiffer, Germany
Social Computing and Social Media

S275: Digital Advertising Literacy: Genericity, Gender, Generation
Chair(s): Karine Berthelot-Guiet, France

  • “Fail, Clickbait, Cringe, Cancel, Woke”: Vernacular Criticisms of Digital Advertising in Social Media Platforms
    Gustavo Gomez-Mejia, France
  • Exploring Advertising Literacy Digital Paths: Comparison Between Gender Approaches Among Chilean Students
    Claudia Montero-Liberona, Gianluigi Pimentel-Varas, Gregorio Fernández-Valdés, Chile
  • The Digital “Advertising Call”: An Archeology of Advertising Literacy
    Karine Berthelot-Guiet, France
  • Gender Digital Violence - Study, Design and Communication of an Awareness-raising Campaign from University to University
    Mauro Ferraresi, Italy

S276: Consumer and Citizen Perspectives on ICT
Chair(s): Pekka Räsänen, Finland

  • Automatic Versus Manual Forwarding in Web Surveys - A Cognitive Load Perspective on Satisficing Responding
    Arto Selkälä, Finland; Mario Callegaro, United Kingdom; Mick P. Couper, United States
  • Online Gambling Activity in Finland 2006–2016
    Aki Koivula, Pekka Räsänen, Ilkka Koiranen, Teo Keipi, Finland
  • The Confidence in Social Media Platforms and Private Messaging
    Jukka Vuorinen, Aki Koivula, Ilkka Koiranen, Finland
  • Illicit Drug Purchases via Social Media among American Young People
    Atte Oksanen, Finland; Bryan Lee Miller, United States; Iina Savolainen, Anu Sirola, Finland; Jakob Demant, Denmark; Markus Kaakinen, Finland; Izabela Zych, Spain
  • Social Media Use, Political Polarization, and Social Capital: Is Social Media Tearing the U.S. Apart?
    James Hawdon, Shyam Ranganathan, Scotland Leman, Shane Bookhultz, Tanushree Mitra, United States
  • Compliment Rules or Compliments Rule? A Population-Level Study of Appearance Commenting Norms on Social Media
    Erica Åberg, Aki Koivula, Iida Kukkonen, Outi Sarpila, Tero Pajunen, Finland

S277: Video Sharing and Live Streaming Services
Chair(s): Katrin Scheibe, Franziska Zimmer, Germany

  • The Law of Live Streaming: A Systematic Literature Review and Analysis of German Legal Framework
    Kaja Fietkiewicz, Germany
  • “OH MY GOD! Buy It!” A Multimodal Critical Discourse Analysis of the Discursive Strategies and Ideologies Demonstrated by Chinese E-commerce Live-streamer Justin Li
    Haiyan Huang, Jan Blommaert, Ellen Van Praet, Belgium
  • Digital Culture in YouTube Categories & Interfaces: User Experienced & Social Interactions of the Most Popular Videos and Channels
    Alberto Montero, Spain; Jorge Mora-Fernández, Ecuador
  • User-generated Short Video Content in Social Media. A Case Study of TikTok
    Aliaksandra Shutsko, Germany
  • Exploring TikTok Use and Non-Use Practices and Experiences in China
    Xing Lu, P.R. China; Zhicong Lu, Canada; Changqing Liu, P.R. China
  • Gamification Elements on Social Live Streaming Service Mobile Applications
    Franziska Zimmer, Katrin Scheibe, Germany; Hantian Zhang, United Kingdom
Augmented Cognition

S278: Teaching, Training and Performing in Hybrid Contexts - Interdisciplinary Research Approaches
Chair(s): Stefan Sütterlin, Ricardo G. Lugo, Benjamin J. Knox, Norway

  • Variable Self-efficacy as a Measurement for Behaviours in Cyber Security Operations
    Ricardo G. Lugo, Benjamin J. Knox, Øyvind Jøsok, Stefan Sütterlin, Norway
  • Confronting Information Security's Elephant, the Unintentional Insider Threat
    Matthew Canham, Clay Posey, Patricia S. Bockelman, United States
  • The Dark Sides of Technology - Barriers to Work-Integrated Learning
    Camilla Gjellebæk, Norway; Ann Svensson, Sweden; Catharina Bjørkquist, Norway
  • Acceptability and Normative Considerations in Research on Autism Spectrum Disorders and Virtual Reality
    Anders Dechsling, Stefan Sütterlin, Anders Nordahl-Hansen, Norway
  • An Overview of Virtual Reality Interventions for two Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Intellectual Disabilities and Autism
    Anders Nordahl-Hansen, Anders Dechsling, Stefan Sütterlin, Line Børtveit, Norway; Dajie Zhang, Germany; Roald A. Øien, Norway; Peter B. Marschik, Germany
  • Preparing for Cyber Crisis Management Exercises
    Grethe Østby, Stewart James Kowalski, Norway
  • Applications of an Online Audience Response System in Different Academic Settings: An Empirical Study
    Ahmed Amro, Muhammad Mudassar Yamin, Benjamin James Knox, Norway

S279: Self Regulation
Chair(s): Melissa Walwanis, Amy Bolton, Jarrod Moss, United States

  • Guided Mindfulness: Using Expert Schemas to Evaluate Complex Skill Acquisition
    Mina Milosevic, Katherine Rau, Lida P. Ponce, Nicholas A. Moon, Nisha Quraishi, Alexandria Webber, Richard L. Griffith, United States
  • Tracking and Improving Strategy Adaptivity in a Complex Task
    Jarrod Moss, Gary Bradshaw, Aaron Wong, Jaymes Durriseau, Philip Newlin, Kevin Barnes, United States
  • Increasing Engagement in a Cyber-Awareness Training Game
    Robert E. Wray, Lauren Massey, Jose Medina, Amy Bolton, United States
  • Global Mindset - A Complex Cognitive Model Used for Global Leadership Decision-making when Working Across Geographical Boundaries
    Agnes Flett, United Kingdom
  • The Platonic-Freudian Model of Mind: Defining “Self” and “Other” as Psychoinformatic Primitives
    Suraj Sood, United States
  • Happiness and Affective Human-Computer Interaction
    Lesley Perg, Suraj Sood, Monte Hancock, United States

S280: Human-Autonomy Teaming
Chair(s): Dale Richards, United Kingdom

  • Measure for Measure: How do we assess Human Autonomy Teaming?
    Dale Richards, United Kingdom
  • Explainable Artificial Intelligence: What Do You Need to Know?
    Sam Hepenstal, David McNeish, United Kingdom
  • Experimental Evaluation of an Adaptive Planning Assistance System in Manned Unmanned Teaming Missions
    Felix Heilemann, Axel Schulte, Germany
  • A Typology of Non-functional Information
    Davide Secchi, Denmark
  • Assessing Variable Levels of Delegated Control - A Novel Measure of Trust
    Samson Palmer, Dale Richards, Graham Shelton-Rayner, United Kingdom; Kurtulus Izzetoglu, United States; David Inch, United Kingdom
  • Modeling User Information Needs to Enable Successful Human-Machine Teams: Designing Transparency for Autonomous Systems
    Eric S. Vorm, Andrew D. Miller, United States
Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management

S281: Modern Applications - II
Chair(s): Vincent G. Duffy, United States

  • A Practical View of the Similarity and Differences among the Impaired Driver States in Legal Driving
    Dan Shen, Taryn Spisak, Yaobin Chen, Renran Tian, United States
  • A Framework for Modeling Knowledge Graphs via Processing Natural Descriptions of Vehicle-Pedestrian Interactions
    Md Fazle Elahi, Xiao Luo, Renran Tian, United States
  • Computer-Interfacing with Noninvasive Muscle Activity Diagnostic
    Lawrence Lam, Wayne Kimura, United States
  • Leveraging Muscular Fitness Surrogates to Classify Cardiorespiratory Fitness Status in Youth: A Supervised Machine Learning Approach
    Toyin Ajisafe, United States
  • Developing Parameters for a Technology to Predict Patient Satisfaction in Naturalistic Clinical Encounters
    Tianyi Tan, Enid Montague, Jacob Furst, Daniela Raicu, United States
Design, User Experience, and Usability

S282: Developments in DUXU: Contributions for the Context of Technological Environments
Chair(s): Freddy Paz, Peru

  • A Systematic Review of User-Centered Design Techniques
    Elizabeth Salinas, Rony Cueva, Freddy Paz, Peru
  • Applying a UCD Framework for ATM Interfaces on the Design of QR Withdrawal: A Case Study
    Joel Aguirre, Samira Benazar, Arturo Moquillaza, Peru
  • A Systematic Review of Usability Evaluation Methods and Tools for ATM interfaces
    Joe Sahua, Arturo Moquillaza, Peru
  • A Systematic Literature Review about Quantitative Metrics to Evaluate Usability and Security of ATM Interfaces
    Fiorella Falconi, Claudia Zapata, Arturo Moquillaza, Freddy Paz, Peru
  • Visually Impaired Accessibility Heuristics Proposal for e-Commerce Mobile Applications
    Kevin Pereda, Braulio Murillo, Freddy Paz, Peru
  • Usability Evaluation Towards a Cultural Perspective: A Systematic Literature Review
    Yoluana Gamboa, Juan Jesús Arenas, Freddy Paz, Peru
Learning and Collaboration Technologies

S283: Science/STEAM Learning Outside the Classroom
Chair(s): Evangelos Kapros, Ireland

  • A Holistic Pedagogical Model for STEM learning and education inside and outside the classroom
    Christian M. Stracke, Guido Van Dijk, Jan Fasen, Netherlands; Fred Lisdat, Germany; Wim Simoens, Belgium
  • Experiential Learning and STEM in Modern Education: Incorporating Educational Escape Rooms in Parallel to Classroom Learning
    Leonidas Papadakis, Modestos Stavrakis, Greece
  • A Real-Time Remote Courses Model for the Improvement of the Overall Learning Experience
    Martha Elena Núñez, Miguel X. Rodriguez-Paz, Mexico
  • Co-design for a Competency Self-assessment Chatbot and Survey in Science Education
    Eva Durall, Finland; Evangelos Kapros, Ireland
  • Teaching STEM Competencies through an Educational Mobile Robot
    José Varela-Aldás, Jorge Buele, Janio Jadan-Guerrero, Víctor H. Andaluz, Ecuador

S284: Emerging Technologies for Learning
Chair(s): Martin Ebner, Austria; Bernadette Spieler, Germany

  • Learning Analytics and MOOCs
    Ebru Inan, Turkey; Martin Ebner, Austria
  • Facilitating Ideation and Knowledge Sharing in Workplaces: the Design and Use of Gamification in Virtual Platforms
    Olga Viberg, Sweden; Mohammad Khalil, Norway; Alexandros Lioliopoulos, Sweden
  • Individualized Differentiated Spelling with Blogs - Implementing and Individualizing (IDeRBlog ii) - An Example of a Learning Analytics Platform for the text-based acquisition of spelling skills of students in German
    Nina Leidinger, Michael Gros, Germany; Martin Ebner, Markus Ebner, Konstanze Edtstadler, Elisabeth Herunter, Austria; Jessica Heide, Sabine Peifer, Germany; Anneliese Huppertz, Vera Kistemann, Belgium
  • "RemoteMentor" Evaluation of Interactions between Teenage Girls, Remote Tutors, and Coding Activities in School Lessons
    Bernadette Spieler, Germany; Jana Mikats, Sophi Valentin, Libora Oates-Indruchova, Wolfgang Slany, Austria
  • Learning Analytics and Spelling Acquisition in German – the Path to Individualization in Learning
    Markus Ebner, Konstanze Edtstadler, Martin Ebner, Austria

S285: Human Factors In Smart HCI - II
Chair(s): Nicholas H. Müller, Germany

  • Virtual Reality as a Stress Reduction Measure - Chilling Out on the Beach in my Living Room
    Kevin Pfeffel, Megi Elezi, Philipp Ulsamer, Nicholas H. Müller, Germany
  • Who Knows What in my Team? – An Interactive Visualization-based Instrument for Developing Transactive Memory Systems in Teams
    Josef H. Gammel, Dorothea Pantfoerder, Timon Schulze, Katharina G. Kugler, Felix C. Brodbeck, Germany
  • Investigating Mobile Device-Based Interaction Techniques for Collocated Merging
    Romina Kühn, Mandy Korzetz, Felix Kallenbach, Karl Kegel, Uwe Aßmann, Thomas Schlegel, Germany
  • Towards an Information Security Awareness Maturity Model
    Tobias Fertig, Andreas E. Schütz, Kristin Weber, Nicholas H. Müller, Germany
  • A Conversational Agent as Facilitator: Guiding Groups Through Collaboration Processes
    Navid Tavanapour, Daphne Theodorakopoulos, Eva A. C. Bittner, Germany

S286: Interactive Learning Ecosystems - V
Chair(s): Francisco J. García-Peñalvo, David Fonseca, Spain

    Luis A. Hernández-Ibáñez, Viviana Barneche-Naya, Spain
  • An Authoring Platform for CSCL Script Definition
    Andreas Papasalouros, George Chatzimichalis, Greece
  • Impact of Constant Work on the Students' Academic Performance
    Patricia Compañ-Rosique, Rafael Molina-Carmona, Rosana Satorre-Cuerda, Spain
  • AI-driven Assessment of Students: Current Uses and Research Trends
    José Carlos Sánchez-Prieto, Adriana Gamazo, Juan Cruz-Benito, Roberto Therón, Francisco J. García-Peñalvo, Spain
  • Designing a Faculty Chatbot through User-Centered Design Approach
    Dijana Plantak Vukovac, Ana Horvat, Zlatko Stapic, Croatia

S287: Novel Approaches to Learning - III
Chair(s): Zainb Dawod, United Kingdom

  • Semantically Annotated Learning Media for Reduced Cognitive Load
    Zainb Dawod, David Bell, United Kingdom
  • Play to learn! Nurturing Fundamental Digital Skills of Romanian Preschoolers by developing Edutainment Applications
    Adriana-Mihaela Guran, Grigoreta-Sofia Cojocar, Anamaria Moldovan, Romania
  • Does Immersive VR Increase Learning Gain when Compared to a Non-immersive VR Learning Experience?
    Khadija Mahmoud, Isaac Harris, Husam Yassin, Thomas J. Hurkxkens, Omar K. Matar, Nitesh Bhatia, Irene Kalkanis, United Kingdom
  • Fabric Robotics - Lessons Learned Introducing Soft Robotics in a Computational Thinking Course for Children
    Bjarke Kristian Maigaard Kjær Pedersen, Emanuela Marchetti, Andrea Valente, Jacob Nielsen, Denmark
  • Design and Development of a Web Extension to Help Facilitate the Learning of a Foreign Language
    Connor Corbin, Deniz Cetinkaya, Huseyin Dogan, United Kingdom
HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust

S288: Studies on Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust
Chair(s): Patricia Morreale, United States

  • Understanding Users’ Relationship with Voice Assistants and How it Affects Privacy Concerns and Information Disclosure Behavior
    Charulata Ghosh, Matthew S. Eastin, United States
  • Smart Home Security and Privacy Mitigations: Consumer Perceptions, Practices, and Challenges
    Julie M. Haney, Susanne M. Furman, United States; Yasemin Acar, Germany
  • Privacy Apps for Smartphones: An Assessment of Users’ Preferences and Limitations
    Tanusree Sharma, Masooda Bashir, United States
  • Multi-Method Approach Measuring Trust, Distrust, and Suspicion in Information Technology
    Sarah A. Jessup, Gene M. Alarcon, August Capiola, Tyler J. Ryan, United States
  • Analyzing Cybersecurity Understanding Using a Brain Computer Interface
    Kingberli Capellan, Manuel Condado, Isabel Morais, Patricia Morreale, United States
HCI in Games

S289: Challenging Research Topics in AAA Video Games
Chair(s): Kevin Keeker, United States

  • Finding the Fun: Prototyping for Game Development
    Jacob Jeannot-Schroeder, United States
  • Communication Gaps between Video Game Researchers
    John Dominic Diez, Edward Melcer, United States
  • Games: It's not about fun.
    Randy Pagulayan, United States
  • Training Students for Industry
    Liz Schmidlin, United States

S290: Making Digital Games Enjoyable: Causes, Processes, and Benefits of Enjoyment
Chair(s): Owen Schaffer, United States

  • Guidance is Good or Avoid Too Much Hand-Holding? Proposing a Controlled Experiment on the Impact of Clear Proximal Goals on Digital Game Enjoyment
    Owen Schaffer, United States
  • Gender and Genre Differences in Multiplayer Gaming Motivations
    Donghee Yvette Wohn, Rabindra Ratan, Leticia Cherchiglia, United States
  • Building Human-Autonomy Teaming Aids for Real-Time Strategy Games
    Christianne Izumigawa, Crisrael Lucero, Lena Nans, Kurt Frederiksen, Oliver Hui, Iovanni Enriquez, Seana Rothman, Rebecca Iden, United States
  • Systems Approach to Designing an Enjoyable Process for Game Designers
    Nandhini Giri, Erik Stolterman, United States
  • Pixel Perfect: Fashion Styling in Virtual Character Design Process
    Nandhini Giri, Erik Stolterman, United States
  • Enhancing Social Ties through Manual Player Matchmaking in Online Multiplayer Games
    Md Riyadh, Ali Arya, Gerry Chan, Canada; Masud Imran, Malaysia

S291: Recent Advancements in Gaming and HCI - II
Chair(s): Khaldoon Dhou, United States; Barbara Caci, Italy

  • A Novel Investigation of Attack Strategies via the Involvement of Virtual Humans: A User Study of Josh Waitzkin, a Virtual Chess Grandmaster
    Khaldoon Dhou, United States
  • Brain-Controlled Drone Racing Game: A Qualitative Analysis
    Dante Tezza, Derek Caprio, Sarah Garcia, Blanche Pinto, Denis Laesker, Marvin Andujar, United States
  • A Tool to Support Players Affective States Assessment Based on Facial Expressions Analysis
    Marcos C. Fleury, Tiago Barros Pontes E Silva, Mauricio Miranda Sarmet, Carla Denise Castanho, Brazil
  • An Analysis of Engagement Levels While Playing Brain-Controlled Games
    Dante Tezza, Derek Caprio, Blanche Pinto, Isabella Mantilla, Marvin Andujar, United States
  • Exploring the Relationship Between Player Types and Immersion Factors in Video Games
    Franco Zautzik, Francisco J. Gutierrez, Chile
HCI in Mobility, Transport and Automotive Systems

S292: Human-Systems Integration for Driving Automation Systems - II
Chair(s): Peter Mörtl, Austria

  • Toward Driver State Models that Explain Interindividual Variability of Distraction for Adaptive Automation
    Margit Höfler, Peter Mörtl, Austria
  • Hand-Skin Temperature Response to Driving Fatigue: an Exploratory Study
    Leandro L. Di Stasi, Evelyn Gianfranchi, Carolina Diaz-Piedra, Spain
  • Perception and Processing in Automated Driving – A Dual Process Application
    Vanessa Sauer, Alexander Mertens, Madeleine Reiche, Christoph Mai, Jens Heitland, Verena Nitsch, Germany
  • Global implications of human tendencies towards automated driving and human driver availability in autonomous vehicles
    Ankit R. Patel, Flora Ferreira, Sergio Monteiro, Estela Bicho, Portugal
  • Affective Use Cases for Empathic Vehicles in Highly Automated Driving: Results of an Expert Workshop
    Michael Oehl, Klas Ihme, Anna-Antonia Pape, Mathias Vukelić, Michael Braun, Germany

S293: VR and AR in Automotive Research
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Gender Differences in Simulation Sickness in Static vs. Moving Platform VR Automated Driving Simulation
    Stanislava Rangelova, Karolin Rehm, Sarah Diefenbach, Daniel Motus, Elisabeth André, Germany
  • User Engagement with Driving Simulators: An Analysis of Physiological Signals
    Ying-Hsang Liu, Denmark; Moritz Spiller, Germany; Jinshuai Ma, Tom Gedeon, Md Zakir Hossain, Atiqul Islam, Australia; Ralf Bierig, Ireland
  • Investigating the Benefits of Haptic Feedback during In-Car Interactions in Virtual Reality
    Mareike Stamer, Germany; Joseph Michaels, United States; Johannes Tümler, Germany
  • Using Augmented Reality to Mitigate Blind Spots in Trucks
    Dan Roland Persson, Valentino Servizi, Tanja Lind Hansen, Per Baekgaard, Denmark
  • Improving Emergency Vehicles’ Response Times with the Use of Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence
    Kweku Bram-Larbi, Vassilis Charissis, Soheeb Khan, David Harrison, United Kingdom; Dimitris Drikakis, Cyprus
  • Advantages of Using Runtime Procedural Generation of Virtual Environments Based on Real World Data for Conducting Empirical Automotive Research
    Arthur Barz, Jan Conrad, Dieter Wallach, Germany
Adaptive Instructional Systems

S294: Authoring Tools and Interoperability Standards for AISs
Chair(s): Barbara Buck, United States

  • Declarative Knowledge Extraction in the AC&NL Tutor
    Ani Grubisic, Slavomir Stankov, Branko Žitko, Ines Šarić-Grgić, Angelina Gašpar, Suzana Tomaš, Croatia; Emil Brajković, Daniel Vasić, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Authoring for Adaptive Instructional Systems within Complex Simulation-Based Environments
    Barbara Buck, Cristina Boyer, Elizabeth Biddle, United States
  • Learning Traces, Measurement and Assessment Templates for AIS Interoperability
    Bruno Emond, Canada
  • Toward Zero Authoring: Considering How to Maximize Courseware Quality and Affordability Simultaneously
    James McCarthy, United States
  • Google Service-based CbITS Authoring Tool to Support Collaboration
    Lijia Wang, Keith Shubeck, Xiangen Hu, United States
  • Competency Development through Experiential Training: Mapping Scenarios with Assessments
    Benjamin Goldberg, Michael Hoffman, Chris Meyer, Michael Kalaf, United States

S295: Real-Time Use of AISs in the Internet of Things
Chair(s): Brenda Bannan, Jody L. Cockroft, United States

  • Sensor-based Adaptive Instructional Systems in Live Simulation Training
    Brenda Bannan, Elisa M. Torres, Hemant Purohit, Rahul Pandey, Jody L. Cockroft, United States
  • An Ambient & Pervasive Personalized Learning Ecosystem: “Smart Learning” in the Age of the Internet of Things
    Anastasia Betts, KP Thai, Sunil Gunderia, Paula Hidalgo, Meagan Rothschild, Diana Hughes, United States
  • Nature at Your Service - Nature Inspired Representations Combined with Eye-gaze Features to Infer User Attention and Provide Contextualized Support
    Carla Barreiros, Portugal; Nelson Silva, Viktoria Pammer-Schindler, Eduardo Veas, Austria
  • Enable 3A in AIS
    Faruk Ahmed, Keith Shubeck, Frank Andrasik, Xiangen Hu, United States

S296: AI in Adaptive Instructional Systems
Chair(s): Robby Robson, United States

  • An Adaptive Instructional System for the Retention of Complex Skills
    Jelke Van der Pal, Armon Toubman, Netherlands
  • Agent-Based Methods in Support of Adaptive Instructional Decisions
    Robert A. Sottilare, United States
  • Experiential Instruction of Metacognitive Strategies
    Andrew J. Hampton, Andrew A. Tawfik, United States
  • A Mastery Approach to Flashcard-based Adaptive Training
    Daphne E. Whitmer, Cheryl I. Johnson, Matthew Marraffino, Rebecca L. Pharmer, Lisa D. Blalock, United States
  • Adapting E-Learning to Dyslexia Type: an Experimental Study to Evaluate Learning Gain and Perceived Usability
    Weam Gaoud Alghabban, Robert Hendley, United Kingdom
Design, Operation and Evaluation of Mobile Communications

S297: Mobile Communications in Business - II
Chair(s): June Wei, United States

  • The Impact of Mobile IT on the Performance of Manufacturing Enterprise
    Caihong Liu, P.R. China; June Wei, United States
  • Research on the Impact Factors of Quality Risk in the Mobile Supply Chain of Intelligent Manufacturing
    Caihong Liu, P.R. China; June Wei, United States
  • Examining Emerging Technology Awareness in the Accounting and Finance Industries through Twitter Data
    Jiawei Xing, Jiayang (Jocelyn) Lin, Manlu Liu, Jennifer Xu, United States
  • Digital content effects and Children as a consumer
    Uttam Kumar Roy, Bangladesh; Wei-Ning Tang, P.R. China
Artificial Intelligence in HCI

S298: Human-Centered AI
Chair(s): Yee-Yin Choong, United States

  • Prediction-Based Uncertainty Estimation for Adaptive Crowd Navigation
    Kapil Katyal, Katie Popek, Gregory D. Hager, I-Jeng Wang, Chien-Ming Huang, United States
  • Contextual Programming of Collaborative Robots
    Chien-Ming Huang, United States
  • The Role of Behavioral Anthropomorphism in Human-Automation Trust Calibration
    Theodore Jensen, Mohammad Maifi Hasan Khan, Yusuf Albayram, United States
  • Social Dynamics in Human-Robot Groups: Possible Consequences of Unequal Adaptation to Group Members Through Machine Learning in Human-Robot Groups
    Astrid Rosenthal-von der Pütten, Anna M.H. Abrams, Germany
  • Is My Home Smart or Just Connected?
    Susanne M. Furman, Julie M. Haney, United States