Henrik Detjen is a Ph.D. student at the University of Duisburg-Essen and works as a researcher/lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West. Currently, he is involved in a competence center for automated mobility. His research interests lay within the fields of mobile human-computer interaction and augmented reality.

Stefan Geisler is a Professor for Applied Computer Science and Human-Machine Interaction at the University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West. There, he is the director of the Positive Computing Institute and head of the degree program Human-Technology Interaction. Before that, he has worked for several years at Ford in the automotive industry. One of his current research interests is the wellbeing-driven design of future mobility scenarios for a diverse society.

Stefan Schneegass is an Assistant Professor for Computer Science at the University of Duisburg-Essen. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Stuttgart in 2016. Since the beginning of his Ph.D. in 2012, he has worked on various national and international research projects and published in the most important conferences and journals in the field of human-computer interaction. Currently, he is doing research in the field of human-computer interaction, especially in the area of mobile, wearable, and ubiquitous interaction.

Andrew Kun is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of New Hampshire, and director of the UNH Human-Computer Interaction Lab. His research interest is human-computer interaction. In his research he has primarily focused on the design and evaluation of speech interfaces and augmented-reality interfaces in vehicles, on exploring emerging trends in human-computer interaction for automated vehicles, and on the use of visual behavior and pupil diameter changes to model the relationships between user interface characteristics and user performance and satisfaction. He is a Steering Committee member of the ACM AutomotiveUI conference series.

Vidya Sundar is an Associate Professor in the Occupational Therapy department at the University of New Hampshire. She has over 14 years experience in conducting disability related research, specifically on community living and employment of individuals with disabilities. Her current research focuses on intervention programs for career development and sustainability for individuals with disabilities and the intersection of technology, disability, and work.