Organizers’ Name: Prof. Shiho Kim and Mr. Pamul Yadav
Organization: Seamless Transportation Lab, School of Integrated Technology, Yonsei University, South Korea
Recent technological advances in the field of Human-Computer Interaction and Artificial Intelligence have accelerated the interest in the research and development of highly immersive virtual spaces. Lately, such a virtual space is popularly dubbed as Metaverse. Metaverse opens immense possibilities for its research, development, and usage due to its open-ended definition in the digital community. Among many, one of the most important research directions focuses on novel interaction devices, interfaces, or techniques to provide seamless and intuitive access to the Metaverse. The User Interface (UI) of personalized autonomous vehicles (PAVs) aims to provide higher control and quicker virtual world adaptability to the user to ensure a fluid user experience. Rapid growth in the Autonomous Vehicles research paints an optimistic opportunity for bringing the metaverse-like facilities into the AV domain. The younger generation demands access to such virtual spaces ubiquitously; therefore, accessing the same during autonomous vehicle rides can provide unimaginable experiences in the future. Current digital interfaces such as display screens, VR headsets, etc., may hinder the complete immersion of the vehicle user. Therefore, solving the challenge of developing in-vehicle-centric interfaces and applications is crucial to facilitating future mobility. This workshop will focus on the current challenges and development of a novel User Interface for metaverse applications in PAVs.
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Bio: Prof. Kim is a Professor in the School of Integrated Technology, Yonsei University, South Korea. He received his B.S. degree in Electronic Engineering from Yonsei University, South Korea in 1986. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering in 1988 and 1995, respectively from KAIST, South Korea. His main research interest includes the development of software and hardware technologies for intelligent vehicles, and reinforcement learning for autonomous vehicles. He is a member of the editorial board and reviewer for various Journals and International conferences. So far, he has organized two International Conferences as Technical Chair/General Chair. He is a member of IEIE (Institute of Electronics and Information Engineers of Korea), KSAE (Korean Society of Automotive Engineers), vice president of KINGC (Korean Institute of Next Generation Computing), and a senior member of IEEE. He is the coauthor for over 100 papers and holding more than 50 patents in the field of information and communication technology.
Bio: Pamul Yadav is a graduate researcher in the School of Integrated Technology, Yonsei University, South Korea. He received his B.S. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from UNIST, South Korea in 2020. His research interests lie in the application of Reinforcement Learning for Autonomous Vehicles.
Organizers’ Name: Garima Bajpai and Mitesh Soni
Organization: Capital Carbon Consulting, Canada
This workshop series is designed to help researchers gain the skills and knowledge required to effectively build, manage and own their own application using modern
DevOps best practices.
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Organizers’ Name: Prof. Eui-Chul Jung, Hyewon Kim, Younhee Cho
Organization: Human-Centered Integrated Design Lab, Dept. of Design, Seoul National University, South Korea
The emergence of various intelligent objects such as chatbots, robots, and autonomous vehicles is said to bring happiness to the future of mankind, but many people think that these objects take away human jobs and lead to misery. It can be seen that the future will depend on the relationship between the person who developed these things and the things with intelligence. This workshop aims to think about the symbiotic relationship between intelligent objects and humans from a UX design perspective, and to consider the direction of HCI design. Therefore, in this workshop, contemplate and discuss the direction of artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots or robots that can emotionally communicate with humans based on human emotions with participants from various cultural and social backgrounds. To this end, especially explore various way of acquire trust, intimacy relationship between intelligent object and human or create positive user experience.
The workshop will be conducted as follows.
Step 0: Introduce (30 min)
Step 1: Use metaphors to organize desired behavior, actual behavior, and obstacles (30 min)
- Metaphorically expressing the relationship between intelligent objects and humans to help participants to immerse themselves in thinking.
Step 2: Exploring the situations and emotions in which the behavior occurs from the user's point of view (40 min)
- provide inspiring questions to design triggers that can overcome obstacle.
Step 3: Establishing a design strategy and generating ideas using the given examples (50 min)
Step 4: presentation by team (20min)
Bio: Eui-Chul Jung is a professor and teaches interactive product /UX design, and human-centered design and methodology. Currently, he is conducting a nine-year project at Seoul National University about design influence on daily behaviors. He is also doing various research and academic studies on which design could solve the wicked problems encompassing technology and economy in the multidisciplinary realm.
Bio: Hyewon Kim studies product UX design as a graduate student at Seoul National University and a researcher at HCID (Human-centered Integrated) Lab. of Seoul National University. Her research interest is design intervention strategy based on the design thinking.
Bio: Younhee Cho is a graduate student studying product UX design at Seoul National University and a researcher at HCID (Human-centered Integrated) Lab. of Seoul National University. Her research mainly focuses on UX design of smart healthcare system using artificial intelligence technology.
Process Mining facilitate the study of operational processes based on event logs that links the fields of data science and process management. Process mining is to produce insights and recommendations from event data. A process in process mining is a series of activities made up of process steps with a distinct beginning and ending activity. These discrete acts or events in the process are known as process steps or process maps. Fluxicon Disco is a fantastic process mining tool that can handle big event logs, complicated models, and makes conversion and filtering simple. Performance measurements are presented in a clear and understandable way, and the model allows for the animation of historical data. mass-scale process mining
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Bio: Husna Sarirah Husin is a Senior Lecturer at Universiti Kuala Lumpur, Malaysian Institute of Information Technology (UniKL MIIT) since 2005. She obtained her PhD in 2021 from RMIT University, Australia. Besides teaching, she is a Research Coordinator, CWAL (Centre for Women Advancement & Leadership) coordinator, and Process Mning (PmineRec) Research Cluster Leader in UniKL MIIT. She has received both internal and external university funding, taken part in research initiatives for industries, and been granted national funds. She has also published in reputable journals and conferences in the area of Web Mining and Process Mining.