Dr Angelique Tinga researches human-technology interaction in automated vehicles. She has experience with a range of research techniques such as virtual and mixed reality and techniques of measuring human neurophysiology ranging from heart rate to electroencephalography. At the moment she is for example working on research within the European project MEDIATOR on the development of a user-centered HMI design to create trust, transparency and mode awareness for partly automated vehicles. 

Angelique received her master’s degree in Cognitive Neuroscience from Utrecht University and obtained her PhD at Tilburg University on the thesis Assessment of learning through non-invasive neurophysiological measures.



Human factors in vehicle automation
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