Between February and June, 2017, eight students from Linköping University’s Department of Management and Engineering will be collaborating with Scania on the ADAS&ME project to develop early concept driver interfaces to support the Long Haul Trucking use case. The focus of the student work will be the development of innovative interfaces for autonomous driving that increase the driver’s physiological state and engagement in the driving task.  The concept HMIs will be assessed in a purely virtual environment. The students are being supervised by Dr. Torbjörn Andersson at Linköping University, Dr. Stas Krupenia at Scania’s Driver Vehicle Interaction Group, and Dr. Anna Anund at VTI.