Tuesday, May 9 2023
9:30 – 12:30 Press conference: Opening and Keynotes / Information-booths and demonstrations
  • 09:30 Opening: Jost Bernasch (CEO Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH): Designing Automated Driving for Human Mobility Needs – Reseach of VIRTUAL VEHICLE on the topic
  • 09:45 Horst Bischof (Vice Rector for Research, TU Graz): Research Landscape Graz/Styria/Austria & Bigger Picture
  • 09:55 Erich Ramschak (Global Business Development ADAS & Automated Driving, AVL): ADAS/AD Push and Pull Factors with Driver Aspects in Focus – the vehicle industry perspective
  • 10:05 Patrick Wunderl (Service Manager C-ITS, ASFINAG): Automated Driving. An Infrastructure Provider’s Perspective
  • 10:15 Peter Mörtl (Human Systems Integrator, Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH, HADRIAN coordinator): Summarising HADRIAN Project, Outlook fHSI Symposium, Q&A
  • 10:25 Closing: Jost Bernasch (CEO Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH): Closing remarks, invitation to networking and buffet
  • 10:30 Official end of the press conference, networking at the buffet
  • 10:30 – 12:30 Demonstrators and booths
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 17:00 Working session 1

Overview of Key Findings HCI Innovations (pitch sessions)

  • Haptic icons and Guardian angel (TEC)
  • Ambient Lighting (PLUS)
  • HUD (UL)
  • In-Vehicle Tutoring Application & AD prdictability (VIF)
  • Acoustic Icons (TUD)
  • Ford Truck Studies (USR/FORD)
  • Seat-study (IKA)
15:10 – 15:30 Break
15:30 – 17:00 Presentation (world-café session) at the information booths
  • Following the pitch session, the presenters will give more information about each of their studies as break-at the booths (70 min)
    • The presenters will be assigned to one of the screens on the previously used information booths.
    • Participants will go from booth to booth to get information. They will switch tables all 30 min.
Brief summary of the most interesting and rewarding, lessons learned to the plenary (20 min)
19:30: Evening event: HADRIAN exploitation session and networking at the Schlossbergrestaurant


Wednesday, May 10 2023

9:30 – 12:30 Developing the next steps of fluid interactions​

Part I: expert talks: hot and emerging topics in human-systems interaction [45’]​

  • Peter Mörtl (VIF): Summary of HADRIAN innovations and carryover​
  • Paolo Pretto (VIF): What are the next problems fluid should address?​
  • Miguel Sotelo (Uni Alcalà): Pedestrian intention recognition: challenges for a safe interaction​
  • Eric Armengaud (GmbH): Mild cognitive impairment screening for safe and inclusive road transport​
  • Adrian Prüggler (AVL): User acceptance in vehicle-infrastructure information exchange​
  • Elisabeth Shi (BASt, Germany): Switching costs of non-driving related activities on takeover and following manual driving

Part II: Groups activity [60’]​: Discussion in small groups on proposed problems and how fluid interactions can address them​

Part III: Panel discussion [45’]​

12:30 – 13:30 Lunch, end of event​
13:30 – 17:00 HADRIAN General Assembly (Consortium Members only) 
17:00: Get together