Driving Behavior Studies

1st project: As a part of an interdisciplinary collaborative study with the transportation research group (ZouSim) at MU civil engineering department, this project synthesizes the advantages of virtual reality and driving simulator to assess and analyze the safety and driver behavior in J/U turn design configurations. Based on MoDOT real traffic data, different VR driving scenarios on US 63 were developed and tested in the lab environment. 

  • Team Members: Carlos Sun, Bimal Balakrishnan, Ehsan Naderi, Zhu Quing, James Hopfenblatt,
  • Role: Experiment stimulus development.

2nd Project: In a simulated environment this study investigates the drivers gaze pattern and their behavior, situational awareness, and their relationship with the instrument cluster design options. 

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