“Prosocial Behavior“ means cooperating and acting in a way to benefit others. Since more and more diverse road users (such as electronic bicycles, scooters, etc.) but also vehicles at different levels of automation are sharing the safety-critical road environment, acting prosocial will become increasingly important in the future for both human and automated traffic participants. A few papers so far have already begun to address this issue, but currently, there exist no systematic methodological approaches to research this area. In this workshop, we plan to define more specifically what characterizes prosocial behavior in future traffic scenarios where automated and manually operated vehicles meet and interact with all kinds of vulnerable road users. We further want to identify important scenarios and discuss potential evaluation methods for researching prosocial behavior.
Workshop Dates and Times
Thursday, September 9th, 13:10-14:40 UTC
Friday, September 10th, 10:20-12:50 UTC
Please use the Auto-UI registration page to register for the workshop: https://auto-ui.org/21/attend/registration/
We are looking forward to meeting you in our workshop.
- HATİCE ŞAHİN, University of Oldenburg, Germany
- HEIKO MÜLLER, University of Oldenburg, Germany
- SHADAN SADEGHIAN, University of Siegen, Germany
- DEBARGHA DEY, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
- ANDREAS LÖCKEN, Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Germany
- ANDRII MATVIIENKO, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
- MARK COLLEY, Institute of Media Informatics, Ulm University, Germany
- AZRA HABIBOVIC, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden
- PHILIPP WINTERSBERGER, TU Wien, Austria