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Institute of Advanced Studies

IAS Seminar: Real Driving, Naturalistic Driving, Video, Design and Communication

Date: 17 January 2018
Time: 10:00-13:00
Location: Loughborough Design School Lecture Theatre (LDS 017)

About this event

On Wednesday 17 January 2018, there will be a morning seminar at Loughborough University, 10:00–13:00, Loughborough Design School Lecture Theatre (LDS 017), with communication and engineering/design researchers who all investigate driving.

09.30-10.00
Arrive, tea and coffee

10.00-10.15
Welcome; introduction to the purpose of the seminar - Elizabeth Stokoe, Loughborough University

10.15-10.30
Studying driver behaviour in naturalistic driving and field operational tests – why video data is so important - Andrew Morris, Loughborough University

10.30-10.45
How horns are heard in Chennai - Eric Laurier, University of Edinburgh

10.45-11.00
Applications of video data collection - results from the UDRIVE Naturalistic Driving project - Ruth Welsh, Loughborough University

11.00-11.15
Learning to see what other cars think - Mathias Broth, Linköping University

11.15-11.30
Speech interfaces in passenger cars - Gary Burnett, University of Nottingham

11.30-11.45
Is there such a thing as skilled backseat driving? – The driver and passengers collaborating for driving - Pentti Haddington, University of Oulu

11.45-12.00
Use of video data to predict driver intent based on facial expressions - Qinggang Meng, Loughborough University

12.00-12.45
Discussion over lunch - Elizabeth Stokoe, Andrew Morris