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M.Sc. Alexander Lotz

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As the successive improvement of driver assistant systems is closing the gap towards implementing autonomous driving on a large scale, the human-machine-interaction is becoming of a primary focus. New systems allowing the driver to activate conditional autonomous driving temporarily, turn the driving task into a sequential handling between human and machine. When forced to take-over control of the vehicle, the driver has to process his/her surrounding to create an adequate situation awareness. This requires time as well as cognitive and perceptual resources. In this work, behavioural patterns are identified during the take-over situations through machine learning algorithms, in order to determine current and future situation awareness.

 

Research interests

  • Driver modeling in human-machine interaction
  • Take-over behaviour for autonomous driving
  • Classification methods through machine learning algorithms

 

Talks

  • Lotz, A. & Russwinkel, N. (2016). The Role of Familiarity in Spatial Competence. Presentation at Kognitive Systeme in Bochum, Germany, 14.03.-16.03.2016.
  • Lotz, A. & Russwinkel, N. (2016). Modelling different strategies in mental rotation. Presentation at KogWis in Bremen, Germany, 26.09.-30.09.2016.

Publications

An adaptive assistance system for subjective critical driving simulation: understanding the relationship between subjective and objective complexity
Citation key Lotz2020b
Author Lotz, A. and Russwinkel, N. and Wagner, T. and Wohlfarth, E.
Title of Book Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter 2019 Annual Conference. Nantes, France
Pages 97-108
Year 2020
Editor D. de Waard et al.
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