HFES Europe Chapter Early career best paper award

Sebastian Pütz received the 2023 early career award in Lübeck, Germany. Information about the 2024 award will appear this page.

Year rank Name Paper
2023 1st Sebastian Pütz Using IoT devices for sensor-based monitoring of employees’ mental workload: Investigating managers’ expectations and concerns
2022 1st Patrick Ebel On the forces of driver distraction: Explainable predictions for the visual demand of in-vehicle touchscreen interactions
2nd Olger Siebinga A Human Factors Approach to Validating Driver Models for Interaction-aware Automated Vehicles
2021 1st Nadine Schlicker What to expect from opening up ‘black boxes’? Comparing perceptions of justice between human and automated agents
2nd Vivien Moll Biased energy efficiency perception based on instantaneous consumption displays – Indication for heuristic energy information processing
2020 1st Sarah Meßen Trust is essential: positive effects of information systems on users’ memory require trust in the system
2nd Stefanie Faas External HMI for self-driving vehicles: Which information shall be displayed?
2019 1st  Anna Zirk Do We Really Need More Stages?
Comparing the Effects of Likelihood Alarm Systems and Binary Alarm Systems
2nd Carli Ochs The usefulness of VR for learning –
The role of presence, cybersickness and context factors
2018 1st  Dietlind Helene Cymek Redundant Automation Monitoring:
Four Eyes Don’t See More Than Two,
if Everyone Turns a Blind Eye
2nd Christina Kaß Towards an Assistance Strategy that Reduces Unnecessary Collision Alarms –
An Examination of the Driver’s Perceived Need for Assistance
2017 1st  Ignacio Solis-Marcos Performance of an additional task during Level 2 automated driving: An on-road study comparing drivers with and
without experience with partial automation
2nd Frank Westerhuis Using optical illusions in the shoulder of a cycle path to affect lateral position
2nd Alberto Morando Drivers anticipate lead-vehicle conflicts during automated longitudinal control: Sensory cues capture driver attention and promote appropriate and timely responses
2016 1st Felix Siebert The exact determination of subjective risk and comfort thresholds in car following
2015 1st Francesco Biondi Advanced driver assistance systems: multimodal redundant warnings to enhance road safety
2nd Isabel Neumann Eco-driving strategies in battery electric vehicle use  – how do drivers adapt over time?
3rd Frederik Naujoks Effectiveness of advisory warnings based on cooperative perception
3rd Lena Rittger Masking action relevant stimuli in dynamic environments – the MARS method
2014 1st  Romy Lorenz  Towards a Holistic Assessment of the  User Experience with Hybrid BCIs
2nd  Rebecca Wiczorek Investigating User’s Mental Representation of likelihood alarm systems with different thresholds
3rd  Linda Onnasch Operators’ Adaptation to imperfect automation – impact of miss-prone alarm systems on attention allocation and performance


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