Looking for driving simulator participants for MSc thesis

News - 10 May 2016

Matthijs de Ruyter is looking for people who wants to join his driving simulator experiment. He will use the data for his MSc thesis.

The goal is to get insight in the road safety resulting from different geometric road designs and traffic conditions. You will drive through a virtual environment, including vehicles which are generated by the microscopic simulation program VISSIM. Before and after the driving simulator experiment, you are asked to fill in a short questionnaire.

The experiment will take place at the CEG faculty, and will take place on the 10th, 11th and 12th of May. The duration is around 45 minutes and you need to possess a drivers license.

If you want to join, please click on this link: