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This article provides an experience report on an interdisciplinary cooperation between two gender researchers and two automotive engineers at a German technical university. It focuses on the negotiation processes around a joint research proposal, dealing with the question of how to create concepts for a trustworthy human-machine interaction in automated driving systems that satisfy the requirements of different user groups. These systems aim to offer the choice of automobility to groups ofdoi:10.1145/3196839.3196866 dblp:conf/genderit/BuchmullerBH18 fatcat:rx3h7qbdone2pbb3imomndmygq