Dr Diane Cleij researches human-machine interaction in relation to automated vehicles. She investigates interactions between driver and vehicle as well as between different traffic participants. She works on, amongst others, the European project MEDIATOR, behavioural risk inventory of field tests with (partially) automated vehicles on the public roads, and is project leader of the line of research into interaction between automated vehicles and other road users. She is also member of the SWOV works council.

Diane received her master’s degree in 2014 from the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering at the Delft University of Technology. Her PhD work took place at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Germany, in collaboration with the Delft University of Technology. In 2020 she completed her PhD thesis  The prediction of perceived motion cueing quality in driving simulators.



Human factors in vehicle automation
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