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About the article
Alexander G. Mirnig
Mag. phil. Alexander Mirnig, Research Fellow at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction, University of Salzburg. Areas of Expertise: Human-Computer Interaction in Semiautomated Vehicles, Design Patterns, Philosophy of Science for HCI.
Mag. rer. nat. Sandra Trösterer, HCI research fellow at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction, University of Salzburg. Area of work: Investigation of user interfaces, requirements, behavior, and experiences in dedicated research fields of the automotive domain, i. e., automated driving, in-car collaboration, and driver distraction.
Dipl. Ing. Dr. Alexander Meschtscherjakov, Assistant Professor at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction, Department of Computer Sciences, University of Salzburg. Areas of expertise: Persuasive Interaction Technologies, Automotive User Interfaces, Contextual User Experience (UX).
Magdalena Gärtner, MA is a Research Fellow at the Center for Human Computer Interaction of the University of Salzburg. She holds a Master’s Degree in Communication Science with an emphasis on Human Computer Interaction (HCI). In her research, she focuses on different user groups (e. g., drivers) and their adoption of and interaction with new technologies (e. g., advanced driver assistance systems). Furthermore, she is engaged in the application, evaluation, and enhancement of user-centered research methods.
The image of Prof. Tscheligi is © Elke Holzmann and used with permission. Univ-Prof. Dr. Manfred Tscheligi, Head of the Center for Human-Computer Interaction, Professor at the Department of Computer Sciences, University of Salzburg. Areas of Expertise: Human-Computer Interaction, User Experience Research, Contextual Interfaces, Advanced Interaction Techniques and Approaches, Research by Design and Materiality, UX Methods & Tools.
Published Online: 2018-03-27
Published in Print: 2018-04-25
Funding Source: Austrian Science Fund
Award identifier / Grant number: I 2126- N15
The financial support by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF): I 2126- N15 is gratefully acknowledged.