Bastian Pfleging is Assistant Professor for Interactive Future Mobility at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). With a background in computer science, his expertise is in the fields of human-computer interaction, ubiquitous systems, multimodal interaction, natural user interfaces, and specifically automotive user interfaces.
His research interests especially include novel concepts for non-driving-related activities in the car and the user experience of vehicles in the transition to full automation.
Bastian Pfleging is steering committee member of the AutomotiveUI conference series and serves and served the scientific community in different chair roles at various conferences such as CHI ‘19-21 (associate chair, subcommittee on user experience and usability), PerDis’19 (demo chair), Mensch und Computer ’19 (demo chair), UIST ’18 (treasurer), AutomotiveUI ’17 (program chair), AutomotiveUI ’15 and 16’ (work-in-progress and interactive demo chair). He will be the AutomotiveUI ’22 General Co-Chair. He is also member in program committees of HCI-related scientific conferences and serves as a reviewer and guest editor for various conferences, journals, and magazines.