Posters

Poster sessions during the evening receptions on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday will showcase a broad range of content in the field of vehicle automation. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with authors as they present their cutting-edge research.


Poster Resources

Monday, July 9


Poster 1: Level 2 Truck Platooning Development in TX - A Functional Safety and Model Based Engineering Approach

Authors

Mike Lukuc, Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI)
Dr. Swami Gopalswamy, Texas A&M University (TAMU)/TTI
Dr. Siva Rathinam, TAMU
Nirav Shah, Ricardo Inc.
Vamsi Vegamoor, TAMU
Andy Hwang, TAMU
Bill Taylor, TAMU
Yuntao Zhang, TAMU
Menke Liu, TAMU

Poster 2: Optimal Variable Speed Limit Control in a Connected Autonomous Vehicle Environment for Relieving Freeway Congestion

Authors

Wei Fan, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Miao Yu, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Poster 3: Mixed Traffic Longitudinal Trajectory Control at Isolated Signalized Intersections

Authors

Yu Wang, University of South Florida
Xiaopeng Li, University of South Florida


Poster 4: Integrating Best-Practices for Aviation Accident Reporting into DMV Accident Reports for Ground Autonomous Vehicles

Authors

Francesca Favaro, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab (Risk and Safety Assessment of Autonomous Systems Lab)
Sky Eurich, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab (Risk and Safety Assessment of Autonomous Systems Lab)

Poster 5: Demonstration of First/Last Mile Transportation using Automated Vehicles - Evaluation of Social Acceptance and Business Model

Authors

Naohisa Hashimoto, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Yusuke Takinami, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Simon Thompson, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Hironori Adachi, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Shin Kato, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Manabu Omae, Keio University

Poster 6: Eco-Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control at Signalized Intersections: A Multiple Signal Optimization Approach

Authors

Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Hao Yang, Toyota
Fawaz Almutairi, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


Poster 7: A Data-Driven Tool for Estimating Safety Benefits of CAV Deployment

Authors

Reginald Souleyrette, University of Kentucky
Austin Obenauf, University of Kentucky
Freddy Lausé, University of Kentucky
Joseph Crabtree, University of Kentucky

Poster 8: NCHRP 20-102(07) Implications of Automation for State Motor Vehicle Codes

Authors

Tammy Trimble, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Betty Serian, Betty Serian and Associates
Brad Mallory, Betty Serian and Associates
Stephanie Baker, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Jason Wagner, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Wendy Wagner, University of Texas at Austin
Lisa Loftus-Otway, University of Texas at Austin
Glenn Havinoviski, Iteris


Poster 9: Finding the Tipping Point: A Sensitivity Analysis of Network Performance and Environmental Benefits of Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control in Freeway Driving 

Authors

Andrew Eilbert, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation
Anne-Marie Chouinard, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation
Andrew Berthaume, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation
George Noel, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation
Scott B. Smith, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation

Poster 10: To Be Determined


Poster 11: Key Performance Indicators for Assessment of Impacts of Automated Driving

Authors

Scott B. Smith, Volpe Center, US Department of Transportation
Satu Innamaa, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd
Salla Kuisma, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd

Poster 12: MPO Policy Guidance on Automated, Connected, Electric and Shared Use Vehicles

Authors

Ben Walker, HNTB
Ed Hutchinson, FDOT
Kip Strauss, HNTB
Michael Dement, HNTB
Chris Kopp, HNTB
Dan Beaty, HNTB
Mark Reichert, FDOT

Poster 13: University of South Florida Campus Autonomous Transit Feasibility Study

Authors

Brian Pessaro, Center for Urban Transportation Research
Nikhil Menon, Center for Urban Transportation Research

Poster 14: A Traffic-based Method for Safety Impact Assessment of Road Vehicle Automation

Authors

Christian Rösener, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University
Friederike Hennecke, Institute of Highway Engineering (isac), RWTH
Aachen University
Jan Sauerbier, Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH
Dr.-Ing. Adrian Zlocki, Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH
Dr.-Ing. Dirk Kemper, Institute of Highway Engineering (isac), RWTH Aachen University
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lutz Eckstein, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Oeser, Institute of Highway Engineering (isac), RWTH Aachen University


Poster 15: Evaluation of A Dynamic Adaptive Algorithm for Merging into Platoons in Connected Automated Environments

Authors

Sogand Karbalaieali, Louisiana State University
Osama Osman, Louisiana State University
Sherif Ishak, Alabama University at Huntsville

Poster 16: Powertrain and Chassis Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) Simulation of Autonomous Vehicle Platform

Authors

Adit Joshi, Ford Motor Company

Poster 17: Autonomous Navigation of Connected UGVs for Mapping, NDT and VRUs

Authors

Sun Yi, North Carolina A&T State University
Sai Charan Dekkata, North Carolina A&T State University
Peng Yu, North Carolina A&T State University
Devi Mounika Chilukuri, North Carolina A&T State University

Poster 18: To Be Determined


Poster 19: Integrating Smart Cars in a Smart World: A Particle Swarm Problem

Authors

Francesca Favaro, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab
Sky Eurich, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab
Nazanin Nader, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab
Shivangi Agarwal, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab
Sumaid Mahmood, San Jose State University, RiSA2S Lab


Poster 20: Traffic Abnormality Predication Application for Connected Automated Vehicles (CAVs) in a Mixed Traffic Environment

Authors

Fei Ye, University of California at Riverside
Guoyuan Wu, University of California at Riverside
Kanok Boriboonsomsin, University of California at Riverside
Matthew J. Barth, University of California at Riverside
Samer Rajab, Honda R&D Americas, Inc.
Sue Bai, Honda R&D Americas, Inc.
Peng Hao, University of California at Riverside

Poster 21: Preceding Vehicle Identification for Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control Platoon Forming

Authors

Brian Park, University of Virginia
Zheng Chen, University of Virginia

Poster 22: To Be Determined


Poster 23: Novel Kinematic-based Framework for Autonomous Ground Vehicle Trajectory Planning and Tracking Using the Variational Approach

Authors

Keyvan Majd, Autonomous and Information Technology Institute, North Carolina A&T State University
Mohammad Razeghi-Jahromi, ABB Corporate Research Center
Saina Ramyar, Autonomous and Information Technology Institute, North Carolina A&T State University
Abdollah Homaifar, Autonomous and Information Technology Institute, North Carolina A&T State University

Poster 24: Towards Establishing a Test Bed for Vehicle to Pedestrian Technology

Authors

Mafruhatul Jannat, Leidos
Stephanie Roldan, Leidos
Stacy A Balk, Leidos
Karen Timpone, Federal Highway Administration


Poster 25: Public Acceptance on Autonomous Vehicle in Korea and North America

Authors

Kyuock Kim, The Korea Transport Institute
Ajung Moon, Open Roboethics Institute
Sun A. Cho, Researcher, The Korea Transport Institute
Shalaleh Rismani, Open Roboethics Institute

Poster 26: Activity-travel Behavior in the Automated Vehicle-era: A Focus Group Study and a Time-use Model

Authors

Baiba Pudane, TU Delft
Sander van Cranenburgh, TU Delft
Theo A. Arentze, TU Eindhoven
Yousef Maknoon, TU Delft
Michał Rataj, TU Delft
Niek Mouter, TU Delft
Hadi Asghari, TU Delft
Caspar G. Chorus, TU Delft

Poster 27: Disaggregated Prediction of Adoption Rate of Autonomous Trucks by Freight Organizations

Authors

Jesse Simpson, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis
Sabyasachee Mishra, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis
Ahmadreza Talebian, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis
Mihalis Golias, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis
Evangelos Kaisar, Department of Civil Engineering, Florida Atlantic University


Poster 28: Estimating and Explaining the Value of Travel Time Savings for Autonomous Driving

Authors

Viktoriya Kolarova, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Transport Research

Poster 29: Including Engineering Ethics Into Decision-Making About Automated Mobility

Authors

Allanté Whitmore, Carnegie Mellon University
Constantine Samaras, Carnegie Mellon University
Chris T. Hendrickson, Carnegie Mellon University
H. Scott Matthews, Carnegie Mellon University
Gabrielle Wong-Parodi, Carnegie Mellon University

Poster 30: Addressing Challenges of Connected-and-Automated Vehicle based Intersection Control 

Authors

Ho-jin Jung, DGIST
Seongah Hong, University of Virginia
Kyoung-Dae Kim, DGIST
B. Brian Park, University of Virginia


Tuesday, July 10

Poster 1: How to Prepare Roadways Better for CAV in China

Authors

Wenyin Yang, Research Institute of Highway, Ministry of Transport, China
Ronggui Zhou, Research Institute of Highway, Ministry of Transport, China
Chengcheng Tang, Research Institute of Highway, Ministry of Transport, China
Fan Ye, Ohio Northern Unviersity

Poster 2: Transportation Research Board’s Research on Automated Vehicle and Connected Vehicle Technologies

Author

Ray Derr, Transportation Research Board

Poster 3: An Automated Emergency Vehicle Preemption Strategy

Authors

Jaehyun So, The Korea Transport Institute
Jeongran Wee, The Korea Transport Institute
Jiwon Kang, The Korea Transport Institute
Young-Jun Moon, The Korea Transport Institute


Poster 4: Roadway Geometric Design and Highway Infrastructure Preparedness for Autonomous Vehicle Operations

Authors

Tariq Usman Saeed, Purdue University
Samuel Labi, Purdue University
Kumares Sinha, Purdue University


Poster 5: An Innovative Street Design to Embrace Low-speed Automated Mobility in a Mixed Traffic Environment ---- A Case Study in Berkeley, CA

Authors

Guoyuan Wu, University of California at Riverside
Yan Lin, South China University of Technology
Jun Huang, South China University of Technology

Poster 6: Autonomous Vehicles: Implications of Autonomous Truck Lateral Positioning on Flexible Pavement Performance and Design

Authors

Hossein Noorvand, Arizona State University
Shane Underwood, Arizona State University

Poster 7: Feedback Control Speed Harmonization Algorithm: Methodology and Preliminary Testing

Authors

Hesham A. Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Hao Yang, Toyota

Poster 8: A Comprehensive Roadmap for Level 4/5 Connected as Automated Driving in Europe

Authors

Carolin Zachäus, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH
Benjamin Wilsch, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH
Jörg Dubbert, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH
Gereon Meyer, VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH

Poster 9: Scheduling of Heterogeneous Connected Automated Vehicles at a General Conflict Point

Authors

Saeid Soleimaniamiri, University of South Florida
Xiaopeng Li, University of South Florida
Yu Wang, University of South Florida


Poster 10: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Applying Integrated Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control, Cooperative Merging and Speed Harmonization Applications to a Managed Lane Facility

Authors

Jiaqi Ma, University of Cincinnati
Edward M. Leslie, Leidos, Inc
Zhitong Huang, Leidos, Inc
Yi Guo, University of Cincinnati
Robert Ferlis, Federal Highway Administration

Poster 11: Automated Shuttles and Getting Around in Snow and Ice – Connected and Automated Vehicle Activities in Finland

Authors

Eetu Pilli-Sihvola, Finnish Transport Safety Agency
Alina Koskela, Finnish Transport Agency

Poster 12: A Fuzzy Situation Assessment Model Applied on Collision Avoidance System

Authors

Zihao Wang, North Carolina A&T State University
Saina Ramyar, North Carolina A&T State University
Abdollah Homaifar, North Carolina A&T State University

Poster 13: Exploring Individual and Societal Acceptance of Automated and Connected Vehicles

Authors

Viktoriya Kolarova, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Transport Research
Kerstin Stark, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Transport Research
Stephan Müller, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Transport Research
Barbara Lenz, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Transport research

Poster 14: Development and Controlled Field Evaluation of an Automated Eco-Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control System in the Vicinity of Signalized Intersections

Authors

Mohammed Almannaa, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Hao Chen, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Amara Loulizi, Université de Tunis El Manar, Ecole Nationale d'ingénieur de Tunis
Ihab El-Shawarby, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Poster 15: Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing for Both Vehicle-to Vehicle and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Based Connected and Automated Vehicle Applications

Authors

Jiaqi Ma, University of Cincinnati
Fang Zhou, StoneRiver Inc.
Zhitong Huang, Leidos
Rachel James, Federal Highway Administration

Poster 16: Sensitivity of Automated Intersection Control to Frequency Pedestrian Calls

Author

Christopher M. Day, Iowa State University

Poster 17: Personalized Trajectory Planning Framework for Autonomous Highway Driving

Authors

Saina Ramyar, ACIT Institute, North Carolina A&T State University
Abdollah Homaifar, ACIT Institute, North Carolina A&T State University
Arda Kurt, TuSimple


Poster 18: Predicting the Demand for Connected Autonomous Vehicles: A New Approach Based on the Theory of Diffusion of Innovation

Authors

Ahmadreza Talebian, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis
Sabyasachee Mishra, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Memphis

Poster 19: Freeway Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Improvement via Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control Applications

Authors

Hao Liu, Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology (PATH), Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Steven E. Shladover, Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology (PATH), Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Xiao-Yun Lu, Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology (PATH), Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Xingan (David) Kan, Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology (PATH), Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley

Poster 20: Energy-Efficient Adaptive Cruise Control for Electric Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

Authors

Jing Dong, Iowa State University
Chaoru Lu, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Liang Hu, Iowa State University

Poster 21: New 3-Truck CACC Field Test for Fuel Consumption and Control Performance

Authors

Xiao-Yun Lu, California PATH Program, U. C. Berkeley
Steven E. Shladover, California PATH Program, U. C. Berkeley
Brian McAuliffe, National Research Council of Canada
Stefan Bergquist, Volvo Group Technology
Aravind Kailas, Volvo Group Technology


Poster 22: Energy and Mobility Impacts of Privately Owned Fully Autonomous Vehicles

Authors

Joshua Auld, Argonne National Laboratory 
Mahmoud Javanmardi, Argonne National Laboratory
Omer Verbas, Argonne National Laboratory
Ehsan Islam, Argonne National Laboratory
Vincent Freyermuth, Argonne National Laboratory
Aymeric Rousseau, Argonne National Laboratory

Poster 23: Analysis of Tipping Points in Scenarios for CAVs Adoption

Authors

Brian Bush, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Jeff Gonder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Laura Vimmerstedt, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Poster 24: Trajectory Optimization for Car-Like Vehicles in Structured and Semi-Structured Environments

Authors

Sebastian Klaudt, M.Sc., Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University
Dipl. Ing. Christoph Klas, fka – Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH
Dr.-Ing. Adrian Zlocki, fka – Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lutz Eckstein, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University


Poster 25: National-Level Energy Impacts of Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control Systems

Authors

Eleftheria Kontou, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Jeffrey Gonder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Jacob Holden, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Matteo Muratori, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Poster 26: Analyzing Factors Impacting Automated Vehicle Energy Consumption, Informed by Current Ride-Hailing Experience

Authors

Alejandro Henao, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Jeff Gonder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Stanley Young, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Poster 27: Estimating Potential Energy and Mobility Impacts of CAVs in the US

Authors

Thomas S. Stephens, Argonne National laboratory
Josh Auld, Argonne National laboratory
Paul Leiby, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Zhenhong Lin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jeff Gonder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Eleftheria Kontou, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Ramin Shabanpour, University of Illinois at Chicago
Abolfazl (Kouros) Mohammadian, University of Illinois at Chicago
Nima Golshani, University of Illinois at Chicago

Poster 28: Battery Electric Vehicles Performance Enhancement under Eco-Driving Operation

Authors

Zhiming Gao, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Tim J. LaClair, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Guoyuan Wu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Matthew Barth, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Poster 29: Simulation Framework for Energy-Efficient Connected and Automated Vehicles

Authors

Dominik Karbowski, Argonne National Laboratory
Namdoo Kim, Argonne National Laboratory
Jongryeol Jeong, Argonne National Laboratory   
Daliang Shen, Argonne National Laboratory
Aymeric Rousseau, Argonne National Laboratory

Poster 30: Energy and Emissions Implications of Self-Driving Vehicles

Authors

Jooyong Lee, The University of Texas at Austin
Kara M. Kockelman, The University of Texas at Austin


Wednesday, July 11

Poster 1: The Effects of Vehicle Automation on Driver Engagement: The Case of Adaptive Cruise Control and Mind Wandering

Authors

Starla Weaver, Leidos
Stephanie Roldan, Leidos
Stacy Balk, Leidos
Brian Philips, U.S. Department of Transportation

Poster 2: A Multi-Agent Traffic Simulation Model to Predict the Impact of Automated Driving Systems on Safety

Authors

Sou Kitajima, Japan Automobile Research Institute
Keisuke Shimono, Japan Automobile Research Institute
Akito Adachi, Japan Automobile Research Institute
Jacobo Antona- Makoshi, Japan Automobile Research Institute
Nobuyuki Uchida, Japan Automobile Research Institute
Jun Tajima, Misaki Design

Poster 3: Understanding the Human Factors Challenges of Automated Vehicles: Overview of the Work Conducted in Leeds

Authors

Natasha Merat, University of Leeds
Tyron Louw, University of Leeds
Yee Mun Lee, University of Leeds
Ruth Madigan, University of Leeds
Fanta Camara, University of Leeds
Oscar Giles, University of Leeds
Gustav Markkula, University of Leeds
Richard Romano, University of Leeds
Charles Fox, University of Leeds
Daryl Hibberd, University of Leeds
Erwin Boer, University of Leeds

Poster 4: Recurrent Measurements of User Experience in AVs: A Method Development Experiment at AstaZero Proving Grounds

Authors

Victor Malmsten Lundgren, RISE Viktoria
Jonas Andersson, RISE Viktoria
Emma Asker, RISE Viktoria
Azra Habibovic, RISE Viktoria
Maria Klingegård, RISE Viktoria
David Lindström, RISE Viktoria
Alexey Voronov, RISE Viktoria

Poster 5: Emergency Autonomous to Manual Takeover in a Driving Simulator: Teens vs. Adult Drivers, Males vs. Females

Authors

Helen Loeb, Children Hospital of Philadelphia
Aditya Belwadi, Children Hospital of Philadelphia
Saniyah Shaikh, University of pennsylvania
Michelle Shen, University of Pennsylvania
Chelsea Ward, Children Hospital of Philadelphia


Poster 6: Should I Take Over? Does System Knowledge Help Novice Drivers in Operating a Highly Automated Car?

Authors

Anika Boelhouwer, University of Twente
A.P. van den Beukel, University of Twente
M.H. Martens, University of Twente

Poster 7: Inter-vehicular Communication to Safely Mitigate Emergency Braking in Vehicle Platoons

Authors

Yuan Lin, Virginia Tech
Azim Eskandarian, Virginia Tech

Poster 8: Information Used in Mental Model Formation of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

Authors

Pamela Greenwood, George Mason University
Carryl Baldwin, George Mason University
John Lehnemann, George Mason University
Jasmine Dang, George Mason University
Michael Waltrip, George Mason University
Stephanie Tulk, George Mason University

Poster 9: Characterizing Perceptions of Automated Driving Systems Based on Usage of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems: A Methodology

Authors

Anuj Pradhan, University of Michigan
Elizabeth Pulver, State Farm
Shan Bao, University of Michigan
Lisa Molnar, University of Michigan
Jennifer Zakrajsek, University of Michigan

Poster 10: Studying Driver-Bicyclist Communication Using Naturalistic Driving Data

Authors

Fred Feng, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
Shan Bao, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
Michael Delp, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute

Poster 11: Making the Complete Trip a Reality

Authors

Mohammed Yousuf, FHWA
Bob Sheehan, ITSJPO,
Hendrik Opstelten, FTA

Poster 12: Ethics and Responsibility in Autonomous and Semi-Autonomous Vehicles

Authors

E. Asher Balkin, Cognitive Systems Engineering Laboratory, Ohio State University
David D. Woods, Cognitive Systems Engineering Laboratory, Ohio State University


Poster 13: Practical Application of the Levels of Driving Automation Scale

Authors

Tracy Sandrs, MITRE
Mike French, MITRE
Andrew Lacher, MITRE

Poster 14: Driver Expectations for System Control Errors, Engagement, and Crash Avoidance in Level 2 Driving Automation Systems

Authors

Sheldon Russell, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Thomas Champagne, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Zachary Crane, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Josh Radlbeck, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Shane McLaughlin, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
Eric Traube, NHTSA

Poster 15: Parents’ Preferences for Transportation of Children in Autonomous Vehicles

Authors

Somer Hand, George Mason University
Yi-Ching Lee, George Mason University

Poster 16: Development of a Forward Collision Avoidance System Through Reinforcement Learning

Authors

Ahura Jami, University of Central Florida
Sayyed Jaffar Ali Raza, University of Central Florida
Yaser P. Fallah, University of Central Florida


Poster 17: Driver Acceptance of Connected Automation: Adaptive Cruise Control

Authors

Matthew Marchese, Leidos
Vaughan W. Inman, Leidos
Brian H. Philips, Federal Highway Administration, Department of Transportation

Poster 18: Anticipatory Model for Safer Automated Lane Changes

Authors

Nigel Williams, UC Riverside
Guoyuan Wu, UC Riverside
Kanok Boriboonsomsin, UC Riverside
Matthew Barth, UC Riverside
Samer Rajab, Honda R&D Americas Inc.
Sue Bai, Honda R&D Americas Inc.

Poster 19: Understanding How the First Exposure to Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Can Impact a Driver’s Interest to Purchase the Technology

Authors

Ashley McDonald, National Advanced Driving Simulator
Michelle Reyes, University of Iowa, National Advanced Driving Simulator
Cheryl Roe, University of Iowa, National Advanced Driving Simulator
Daniel McGehee, University of Iowa, National Advanced Driving Simulator

Poster 20: To Be Determined