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Date: Sunday, 04/Sept/2022
8:30am
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6:00pm
Registration-So: Registration
Location: Foyer Wilhelm-Köhler-Saal (S1|03 / Room 284)
9:00am
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10:30am
UP-WS02: Observing usability problems - simple, right? - The challenges of recording usability problems
Location: S1|03 / 123
Chair: Jasmin Wohlrab
UP-WS03: Medical Device Clinic UX and Usability - Pulling Ourselves Out of the Swamp by the Scruff of Our Neck
Location: S1|03 / 23
Chair: Michael Engler
9:00am
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12:30pm
MCI-WS07: MCI-WS07 - UUX (+ X) in der Praxis: Bedürfnisse und Werte für Unternehmen nutzbar machen
Location: S1|03 / 100
Chair: Anne Elisabeth Krueger
Chair: Stefan Brandenburg
Chair: Moritz Langner

The interactive workshop UUX(+X) in practice is a continuation of the successful series UUX in practice. It aims to raise awareness of the relevance of needs and values in the corporate context. In this sense, the perspective of usability (U) on effective and efficient use and user experience (UX) with its focus on meeting users' psychological needs will be extended to include the perspective on the needs and values of employees of companies (+X).

MCI-WS11: MCI-WS11 - Virtuelle und Augmentierte Realität für Partizipation und Teilhabe
Location: S1|03 / 209
Chair: Fiona Draxler
Chair: Jochen Feitsch

Virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) are now essential technologies in many areas of society. VR and AR enable digital participation in the context of social, cultural and economic projects. In particular, a wide variety of future, past or simulated scenarios can be interactively designed and immersively visualized, for example to promote citizen participation or to bring cultural and historical heritage to life. Challenges to which special attention should be paid are the interaction in multi-user scenarios as well as the inclusive design. The workshop will provide a forum for exchange on the use of VR/AR-based technologies in the field of digital society from research, development and application perspectives. It will be designed as a classical scientific workshop with short presentations, discussions and prototype demonstrations.

9:00am
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1:00pm
UP-TUT03: Crash Course CPUX-F - Basics of Usability and UX and Preparation for the CPUX-F Certification Examination
Location: S1|03 / 223
Chair: Guido Tesch
Chair: Matthias Reisemann
9:00am
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3:30pm
MCI-WS01: MCI-WS01 - 8. Usable Security und Privacy Workshop
Location: S1|03 / 126
Chair: Luigi Lo Iacono
Chair: Hartmut Schmitt

The aim of the eighth edition of the scientific workshop "Usable Security and Privacy" at Mensch und Computer 2022 is, as in previous years, to present current research and practical contributions and then to discuss them with the participants. The workshop is intended to continue and further develop an established forum in which experts from different domains, e.g. usability and security engineering, can exchange ideas in a transdisciplinary manner.

9:00am
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4:00pm
Doktorandenseminar
Location: S1|03 / 112
Chair: Eva Hornecker
Chair: Hans Gellersen

Es werden laufende bzw. kürzlich abgeschlossene Promotionsvorhaben vorgestellt, von Fachexperten der beteiligten Disziplinen kommentiert und gemeinsam diskutiert. Dadurch sollen nicht nur einzelne Arbeiten unterstützt, sondern auch der Austausch zwischen Promovierenden gefördert werden. Ferner erhalten Doktorandeninnen und Doktoranden durch die vorgestellten Dissertationsprojekte Orientierungshilfen und Anregungen für die eigenen Arbeiten. Eine Teilnahme am Seminar ist nur auf Einladung möglich. Dafür war eine kurze Bewerbung notwendig (siehe https://muc2022.mensch-und-computer.de/de/cfp-de/doktorandenseminar/).

9:00am
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4:30pm
MCI-WS09: MCI-WS09 - Accessible Automated Automotive Workshop Series (A3WS): Focus External Human-Machine Interfaces (eHMIs)
Location: S1|03 / 015
Chair: Mathias Haimerl
Chair: Mark Colley
Chair: Andreas Löcken
Chair: Andreas Riener
With modernizing traffic, a rise in automated vehicles (AVs) is expected. As AVs potentially need to communicate their intentions, external human-machine interfaces (eHMIs) are an appropriate solution. While automotive research progresses quickly, people with special needs (PSN) are vastly underrepresented. With an aging population due to demographic changes and advances in medical treatments and with the stride towards equality and accessibility, the needs of these groups also have to be considered in the automotive domain. We provide an inclusive platform for interdisciplinary exchange on current and future topics, especially for academia, industry, and politics. This enables different perspectives with particular (but not exclusive) regard to user experience (UX) and psychology, product design, and legislative concerns. Thus, it supports the communication and potentially founding of new topic streams. The aim is to create new interdisciplinary networks and collaborations to make...
9:15am
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3:30pm
MCI-WS04: MCI-WS04 - 15. Workshop Be-greifbare Interaktion
Location: S1|03 / 204
Chair: Linda Hirsch
Chair: Andreas Schmid

Welcome to the 15th Workshop “Be-greifbare Interaktion”! This year, we focus on tangible security as an overarching theme. We also have a demo session displaying between 6 to 10 different prototypes from our workshop organizers and participants. Please check our website for further details.

9:30am
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4:30pm
MCI-WS13: MCI-WS13 - User Experience and Social Interaction with Robots
Location: S1|03 / 125
Chair: Jonna Häkkilä
Chair: Kaisa Väänänen
Robots for an emerging area in human-computer interaction. Although different types of robots have been around for automation and maintenance tasks, they are now emerging more and more towards use cases with social interaction, bringing new opportunities and challenges for the designers. Robots are being integrated into different work and service domains, including office work, healthcare and education.When designing interactive technologies, we need to take into account different user groups, use contexts, and even cultural sensitivities to achieve good user experiences. With robots, also tangible interaction, the form factor, and physical appearance are part of the interactive system design. This workshop addresses interaction with robots, focusing especially on the user experience and social interaction side of it. The workshop invites researchers and practitioners to present their work, or position papers, on the topic and to discuss about related case studies, applications...
9:30am
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5:30pm
MCI-WS08: MCI-WS08 - 5th International Workshop "Gam-R – Gamification Reloaded"
Location: S1|03 / 017
Chair: Athanasios Mazarakis
Chair: Thomas Voit

The “Gam-R – Gamification Reloaded” series hosts a regular international workshop on gamification and related topics. We accept submissions on the following emerging fields of application for gamification, although the list is not exhaustive:

• Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)
• Open Science and Citizen Science
• Augmented (AR), Virtual (VR), and Mixed Reality (MR)
• Internet of Things (IoT)
• Analog and Hybrid Gamification
• Gamification for Individuals with Disabilities
• Ethical Aspects of Gamification
• Sustainability
• COVID-19
• NFT (Non-Fungible Token)

10:30am
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11:00am
Kaffeepause_01
Location: Foyer Wilhelm-Köhler-Saal (S1|03 / Room 284)
11:00am
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12:30pm
UP-TUT02: UX in the Product Backlog - Enabling Agile UX Management through Proper Prioritization in the Product Backlog.
Location: S1|03 / 107
Chair: Dominique Winter
Chair: Andreas Hinderks
UP-WS04: High End Online Workshops super easy! Or not?
Location: S1|03 / 109
Chair: Elisabeth Stein
Chair: Constanze Ritzmann
UP-WS05: SUX- The sustainable UX Playbook
Location: S1|03 / 123
Chair: Carolin Ebermann
Chair: Ingo Waclawczyk

 

UP-WS06: Put an end to dark patterns! Convince stakeholders with sustainable arguments
Location: S1|03 / 023
Chair: Carolina Erdmann
Chair: Philip Zettner
Chair: Thomas Jackstädt
11:00am
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5:30pm
MCI-WS10: MCI-WS10 - 9. Workshop Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion in sicherheitskritischen Systemen
Location: S1|03 / 110
Chair: Tilo Mentler
Chair: Christian Reuter

This workshop will focus on the interaction of humans and technology in safety-critical contexts. This includes areas that have been the research subject for decades (e.g., process control in control rooms) and current challenges (e.g., social media in disaster control). In these and many other areas, safe system states can only be guaranteed or restored as quickly as possible by taking a holistic view of people, technology, and organization. In this context, the workshop is also dedicated to the usability and acceptance of security concepts and a more conscious engagement of users with this topic.

https://peasec.de/2022/muc-ws-22/ 

11:00am
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6:00pm
MCI-WS03: MCI-WS03 - 8. Workshop Innovative Computerbasierte Musikinterfaces (ICMI)
Location: S1|03 / 161

The research area of innovative computer-based music interfaces now covers various topics, amplified by the increase in miniaturization and simplified integration of sensors and actuators. These topics include novel musical instruments, interactive and partly cooperative multitouch applications, 3-D sound, audio-video installations, and performances. A wide range of possibilities can be found in concrete application areas and in pure artistic expression. In the ICMI Workshop 2022, we would like to look at the whole field of "Musical Interaction" and address the most diverse target groups in this exciting area. In the regularity of our workshops, we would like to offer a forum to present and discuss new approaches and research projects on Music Interaction. 

12:30pm
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2:00pm
Mittagspause_01
1:00pm
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6:00pm
MCI-WS02: MCI-WS02 - Partizipative & sozialverantwortliche Technikentwicklung
Location: S1|03 / 12
Chair: Arne Berger
Chair: Henrik Mucha

In the workshop, researchers and practitioners will meet to exchange and discuss the participation of users in technology development processes. They will explore the question of how participation can meet the demand for democratization and empowerment in research and practice. The workshop also serves as the annual meeting of the expert group „Partizipation“ in the area "Mensch-Computer-Interaktion (MCI)" of the "Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI)".

2:00pm
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3:30pm
UP-TUT06: UX FTW - Pragmatic User Centricity with Jobs To Be Done
Location: S1|03 / 109
Chair: Wolfram Nagel
UP-WS01: Beyond Buttons
Location: S1|03 / 223
Chair: Benno Lœwenberg
Chair: Claudia S. Friedrich
UP-WS07: Event Storming - Co-Design in Software Development or "The Art of Talking to Nerds"
Location: S1|03 / 123
Chair: Franziska Herrmann

Elena Hermann

UP-WS08: Empowering UX Leadership - The Idea of a UX Leadership Network
Location: S1|03 / 023
Chair: Christoph Kunz
Chair: Christian Hauri

Hannes Unger

2:00pm
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5:30pm
MCI-WS12: MCI-WS12 - UCAI 2022: Workshop on User-Centered Artificial Intelligence
Location: S1|03 / 113
Chair: Hanna Hauptmann
Chair: Benedikt Loepp

The workshop aims at sharing and discussing recent developments at the intersection of HCI and AI, and at exploring novel methodological, technical, and interaction approaches. We expect researchers with diverse disciplinary backgrounds to contribute to advancing the research agenda in this emerging field of human-centered artificial intelligence. In addition to the four accepted peer-reviewed papers, the workshop will feature two exciting keynotes. Please find the complete program on the workshop website.

MCI-WS14: MCI-WS14 - Inclusive Security by Design
Location: S1|03 / 312
Chair: Pascal Knierim
Chair: Sebastian Feger

With the digital transformation touching all aspects of people’s lives, digital security practices and shortcomings increasingly affect the physical world, with substantial consequences for human quality of life. The way digital security is currently designed is a significant barrier for many users. It creates negative user experiences and makes many people dependent on others to participate in the digital world safely. Understanding, controlling, and acting on digital security aspects is key to a self-determined life. Collaborative research is required to address this important challenge that could bring the digital transformation to a halt. This workshop aims to bring together researchers from the human-computer-interaction and security communities to build an understanding of technical and social requirements for inclusive security.

http://isd.usec-muc.de/

2:00pm
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6:00pm
MCI-TUT02: MCI-TUT02: Physische Image Schema Instantionen als Gestaltungswerkzeug von Tangible Interaction
Location: S1|03 / 164

As part of an iterative design process, we have developed physical image schema instantiations to be used as an inspiration tool in the design process of data physicalizations. During the tutorial this tool will be presented and the participants will have the opportunity to use and evaluate it independently in the context of a design task. 

UP-TUT04: UX Unraveller ?! Acting effectively in UX projects.
Location: S1|03 / 104
Chair: Knut Polkehn
UP-TUT05: The most natural user interface in the world - Welcome to the Conversational Interface Design Sprint
Location: S1|03 / 107
Chair: Laura Grimm
Chair: Manja Baudis
Chair: Katrin Jansen
 
3:00pm
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6:00pm
MCI-TUT03: MCI-TUT03: Designing Interactive Avatars for Mixed Reality Applications
Location: S1|03 / 11

Mixed Reality (MR) increasingly gained importance over the last decade leading to the commercial breakthrough in recent years. At the heart of MR systems is the avatar—the user’s virtual representation within the virtual world. Avatars are not only necessary to interact with the virtual world but have also a large number of profound effects on the interaction as well as on the user. Muscular avatars can, for example, not only make users feel stronger but also increase their physical performance. Designing avatars that do not fall into the uncanny valley is, however, challenging. In this tutorial we will therefore introduce attendees to the basics of avatars and their effects. We will provide guidelines for the avatar design. In addition, we will walk attendees through the practical task of designing avatars and putting them into interactive applications.

3:30pm
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4:00pm
Kaffeepause_02
Location: Foyer Wilhelm-Köhler-Saal (S1|03 / Room 284)
4:00pm
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5:30pm
MCI-FGS02: Fachgruppensitzung Be-greifbare Interaktion
Location: S1|03 / 204
Chair: Tanja Döring
UP-TUT07: Conceptual Design or "Magic"? - Systematically closing the gap between user research and UI prototyping
Location: S1|03 / 109
Chair: Guido Tesch
UP-WS09: UUX Method Cookbook - Human-Centered Methods and Processes Prepared for Practical Use
Location: S1|03 / 123
Chair: Anika Spohrer
Chair: Anne Elisabeth Krueger
Chair: Franziska Herrmann

Simon Hachenberg
Elena Hermann

UP-WS10: UX education and practice - How well do they fit together?
Location: S1|03 / 23
Chair: Adelka Niels
Chair: Jutta Fortmann
Chair: Jurek Breuninger
5:00pm
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5:30pm
MCI-FGS03: Fachgruppensitzung Usable Safety & Security
Location: S1|03 / 110
5:30pm
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6:30pm
ACM SIGCHI German Chapter: ACM SIGCHI German Chapter Annual Meeting
Location: S1|03 / 017
Chair: Andreas Riener
ACM SIGCHI ist die führende internationale Gesellschaft für Fachleute, Akademiker und Studenten, die an Mensch-Technik und Mensch-Computer-Interaktion (HCI) interessiert sind. Das deutsche ACM SIGCHI Chapter ist eng mit dem Fachbereich Mensch-Computer Interaktion (MCI) der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI) verbunden. ACM SIGCHI German Chapter hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, die internationale Sichtbarkeit der deutschen HCI-Community zu erhöhen. Wir helfen auch Ihnen bei der Organisation von HCI-bezogenen Veranstaltungen in Deutschland, z.B. durch* Verwendung des Chapter-Logos für Ihre Veranstaltung* Werbung für Ihre Veranstaltung auf unserer Website www.sigchi.de und in ACMs lokalem Veranstaltungskalender* Zugang zum ACM Distinguished Speakers ProgramEine kostenlose Mitgliedschaft kann unkompliziert durch Email an den Vorsitzenden (andreas.riener@thi.de) mit ACM-Mitgliedsnummer (falls vorhanden) beantragt werden.Im Annual Meeting berichten wir über Aktivitäten des abgelaufenen...
7:00pm
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9:00pm
Welcome-Reception: Welcome Reception
Location: Foyer Wilhelm-Köhler-Saal (S1|03 / Room 284)

Der Begrüßungsempfang ist die perfekte Gelegenheit, sich in einem ungezwungenen Rahmen zu treffen und auszutauschen, bevor die Konferenz offiziell beginnt. Wir laden Sie ein, sich gegenseitig kennenzulernen, Kontakte zu knüpfen und ein kleines Kontingent an alkoholischen und nicht-alkoholischen Getränken und einige Snacks kostenlos zu genießen.


 
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