Pavlo Bazilinskyy

Assistant professor (Engineering; Information and Computing Sciences; Psychology and Cognitive Sciences; Transport)

Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Pavlo Bazilinskyy is an assistant professor at TU Eindhoven focusing on AI-driven interaction between automated vehicles and other road users. He finished his PhD at TU Delft in auditory feedback for automated driving as a Marie Curie Fellow, where he also worked as a postdoc. He was the head of data research at SD-Insights. Pavlo is involved with startups and was a chair of the Bridging Science and Business working group of MCAA and a director of the Research and Innovation unit of EMA.

Publications

  • Analyzing crowdsourced ratings of speech-based take-over requests for automated driving
  • When will most cars be able to drive fully automatically? Projections of 18,970 survey respondents
  • Risk perception: A study using dashcam videos and participants from different world regions
  • How do pedestrians distribute their visual attention when walking through a parking garage? An eye-tracking study
  • Automated vehicles that communicate implicitly: examining the use of lateral position within the lane

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Joost de Winter

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