New mobilities: A workshop on mobility beyond the car
Paper in proceedings, 2020

HCI research on mobility and transport has been dominated by a focus on the automobile. Yet urgent environmental concerns, along with new transport technologies, have created an opportunity for new ways of thinking about how we get from A to B. App-based services, innovations in electric motors, along with changing urban transport patterns, are transforming public transit. Technology is creating new collective transit services, as well as new ways for individuals to move, such as through rental, free-floating e-scooters, so called 'micro-mobility'. This workshop seeks to discuss and establish HCI perspectives on these new mobilities - engaging with and even inventing new modes of transport, fostering collaboration between scholars with varied topical interests around mobility. We seek to bring together a group of industry and academic collaborators, bringing new competences to HCI around the exciting opportunities of redesigning our contemporary mobilities.

Services

Intermodal transport

Interfaces

Mobility

Research methodologies

Transportation

Author

Mareike Glöss

Stockholm University

Sylvaine Tuncer

Stockholm University

Barry Brown

Stockholm University

Eric Laurier

University of Edinburgh

Sarah Pink

Monash University

Vaike Fors

Halmstad University

Erik Vinkhuyzen

Nissan Research Laboratory

Helena Strömberg

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Design and Human Factors

Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings

3375169

2020 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI EA 2020
Honolulu, USA,

Subject Categories

Economic Geography

Public Administration Studies

Human Geography

DOI

10.1145/3334480.3375169

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Latest update

9/23/2020