Dr.ir. J.C.F. (Joost) de Winter
Joost de Winter (1979) is an associate professor working on 'Cognitive Human-Robot Interaction' in the section Human-Robot Interaction at the Department of Cognitive Robotics, Faculty of 3mE, Delft University of Technology.
His key interests include virtual reality, driving simulation, applied statistics, automated driving, psychophysiological assessment of operators, and 'adaptive automation', that is, automation that adapts to the operator state.
Further information is available on this page: https://sites.google.com/site/jcfdewinter
Several key projects are:
- Supporting the interaction of humans and automated vehicles: Preparing for the environment of tomorrow: https://www.shape-it.eu
- Towards safe mobility for all: A data-driven approach https://www.nwo.nl/projecten/40319243
- A replication study of ‘pupil size as related to interest value of visual stimuli’ (Hess & Polt, 1960) https://www.nwo.nl/projecten/40116083-0
- How should automated vehicles communicate with other road users? (NWO VIDI) (2018–2022)
- Motorist: MOTOrcycle Rider Integrated SafeTy (2013–2017) https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/608092
- HFauto: Human Factors of Automated Driving (2013–2017) https://hf-auto.eu
- Preventing young driver car crashes through driving simulators (NWO VENI) (2010–2012)
- DriveObs: Driver Observation in Car Simulators (2013–2013)