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Nottingham Research Fellow, Faculty of Engineering
I am a Research Fellow in the Human Factors Research Group at the University of Nottingham. I started a three-year Anne McLaren Research Fellowship in October 2013, which supports work in the area of driver behaviour.
I am currently involved in projects on vehicle automation, vulnerable road users, vehicle displays and simulation. I am also interested in human-computer interaction more generally. My previous work has focussed on driver distraction, flight-deck design and systems safety. I was awarded an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) in 2012 from the University of Southampton. My EngD research focussed on the usability of in-vehicle interfaces and Ergonomics evaluation methods and was sponsored by Jaguar Land Rover. I also have a BSc in Ergonomics (Hons) from Loughborough University.
My research interests include driver behaviour, vehicle automation, human-computer interaction, usability, and ergonomics methods. I have a specific interest in Transport, covering multiple domains including road, aviation, maritime and rail.
PROSPECT (Proactive Safety for Pedestrians and Cyclists) Project - Horizon 2020 - Understanding drivers' trust and acceptance of automated technologies for detection and avoidance of vulnerable road… read more
PROSPECT (Proactive Safety for Pedestrians and Cyclists) Project - Horizon 2020 - Understanding drivers' trust and acceptance of automated technologies for detection and avoidance of vulnerable road users.
Other research activities include: a study of the effect of incentives and instructions on simulated driving performance and presence; involvement in various research projects for a major UK vehicle manufacturer.
'ALICIA' (All Condition Operations and Innovative Cockpit Infrastructure) Project - EU Seventh Framework - Evaluation of flight deck display concepts and pilot-flight deck interaction.
Defence Human Capability Science and Technology Centre (DHCSTC) - Evaluation of methods for assessing safety in Military Systems of Systems (SoS).
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