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  • AutomotiveUI '13 will investigate novel in-vehicle services, issues related  to driver distraction, approaches to improving driver performance, and the  varying needs of different user groups. Additionally, AutomotiveUI '13 will  explore the relationship between these topics and automotive user interface  standards.
  • . Drivers and passengers use this technology because it provides valuable  services. Some technology, such as collision warning systems, assists drivers in  performing their primary in-vehicle task (driving). Other technology provides  information on myriad subjects or offers entertainment to the driver and  passengers
  • However, the responsibility is now shifting toward larger and more fluctuating  groups including car OEMs, Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers of factory-installed  electronics, and the manufacturers of hardware and software brought into the  vehicle (e.g., personal navigation devices, smartphones, and tablets).

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  • researchers are looking at interactive applications in the car and  investigating human-car interaction from a computer science-rather than an  ergonomics or mechanical engineering-perspective

  • We are looking for a post-doctoral fellow who will play an active role in building up the research program of the group. The successful candidate will have the unique opportunity of helping to shape the direction of a new research group as it is being set up. The fellow will be identifying potential research topics, helping to organize research seminars on those topics, carrying out research, and advising student research. 

  • An overview of the methodologies for designing services is proposed by (Morelli 2006), who proposes three main directions:


    • Identification of the actors involved in the definition of the service, using appropriate analytical tools


    • Definition of possible service scenarios, verifying use cases, sequences of actions and actors’ role, in order to define the requirements for the service and its logical and organizational structure


    • Representation of the service, using techniques that illustrate all the components of the service, including physical elements, interactions, logical links and temporal sequences

  • in order to include more information, concerning material and immaterial component of a service, time sequences and physical flows (Morelli 2006).

  • Industrial design's origins lie in the industrialization of consumer products. For instance the Deutscher Werkbund, founded in 1907 and a precursor to the Bauhaus, was a state-sponsored effort to integrate traditional crafts and industrial mass-production techniques, to put Germany on a competitive footing with England and the United States.


    The earliest use of the term may have been in the following work:


    The Art Union. A monthly Journal of the Fine Arts Volume One for the year ending December 1839 Published at the Art Union Office Catherine Street Strand Page 143


    “Dyce’s report to the Board of Trade on foreign schools of Design for Manufactures. Mr Dyces official visit to France, Prussia and Bavaria for the purpose of examining the state of schools of design in those countries will be fresh in the recollection of our readers. His report on this subject was ordered to be printed some few months since, on the motion of Mr Hume.”

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