Celina Mons, MSc, conducts research into traffic behaviour and the interaction between humans and (semi) automated vehicles. She manages the SWOV-team that advises the RDW (the Dutch Vehicle Authority) about the behavioural risks of field tests with (partially) automated vehicles on the public roads (such as shuttle buses and platoons). In addition, she is involved in the EU project LEVITATE concerning the future impact of Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM).
Celina is also a member of the SWOV works council.  

In 2017, Celina graduated from Leiden University in the field of Applied Cognitive Psychology. Her master's thesis focused on testing the risk-homeostasis theory using a videogame. 



Human factors in vehicle automation
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