Associate professor Henriette Wallén Warner, VTI and Uppsala University
Henriette Wallén Warner is a senior research fellow at the Swedish National Research Institute (VTI) and an associate professor at Uppsala University. She is also an active member in the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA) Standing Committee in Traffic Psychology. With a PhD in Psychology her research focuses on road user behaviour with a special interest for vulnerable road users including their attitudes and acceptance towards self-driving vehicles. Dr Wallén Warner has also conducted several studies examining cross cultural differences. She has published numerous peer-reviewed articles within the field of traffic safety, delivered conference presentations in a dozen countries and on a regular basis been involved at peer-reviewing for scientific journals and international conferences including ICTTP 2016 in Brisbane and RS5C.
Dr Christopher Patten,VTI
Christopher Patten is a senior research fellow at the Swedish National Research Institute (VTI). Dr Patten has been working with engineering psychology and human factors issues related to intelligent transport systems (ITS) since 1997. Main areas of interest have been Human Machine Interface (HMI), driver distraction and driver workload issues in the road transport system. Dr Patten has a PhD in psychology from Stockholm University. He was the organisation and programme secretary for the first Transport Research Arena (TRA) conference in 2006 that had over 1000 delegates and over 300 presenters over four days. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles, delivered conference presentations and on a regular basis been involved at peer-reviewing for scientific journals and international conferences including ICTTP 2016 in Brisbane, DDI, HFES and RS5C.
Professor Jan Andersson, VTI and Linköping University
Jan Andersson is professor in human machine interface (HMI) at the Swedish National Research Institute (VTI) and Linköping University. Professor Andersson has been working with human factors issues since 1997, always from the users’ perspective. His main areas of interest within human factors have been classical HMI issues in applied areas such as fitness to drive (traffic medicine related focus), self-explaining roads, and automated vehicles. Cycling related research has increased rapidly in recent years and professor Andersson has been deeply involved in the construction of a competence research centre related to cycling. Professor Andersson has a PhD in Cognitive psychology from Linköping University. For the last 7 years he was the research director for the Human Factors department at VTI before taking the professorship position in September of 2015. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles, delivered conference presentations and is regularly involved in the peer-reviewing process at scientific journals.
Professor Emeritus Lars Åberg, Uppsala University
Lars Åberg has been professor in psychology at Uppsala University since 1996 but is now emiritus. He has worked with road traffic safety since 1973. During this time professor Åberg’s research interests were mainly focused on driver behaviour and information acquisition of drivers, effects of police enforcement, analyses of driver error, influences of attitudes and norms on behaviour, effects of technical innovations on driver behaviour. The methods used varied from laboratory experiments to field studies, from behaviour observations to driver interviews and questionnaires. His work has been based on theories of human behaviour, use of advanced statistical modelling (e.g. SEM). Between 2003 and 2009 professor Åberg was the convener of the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA) Standing Committee in Traffic Psychology. He has also co-authored a traffic psychology textbook (in Swedish).
Dr Magnus Granström; SAFER
Magnus Granström is the director of SAFER Vehicle and Traffic Research Centre. Dr Granström holds a PhD degree in applied physics and has extensive experience from collaborative projects and applied research, having worked for 15 years within the Volvo Group with a focus on projects involving industry, institutes and academy. He also has experience from academic work, having held a position as Associate Dean of Research at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University. In addition to this, he has been chairing several working groups and similar activities within organisations on the European level, for instance within EUCAR, the European Council for Automotive R&D.
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