Riender Happee coordinates Automotive research and education at TU Delft with a focus on human factors, biomechanics, automated driving, and driver modelling. As project manager of the Dutch Automated Vehicle Initiative (DAVI), he coordinates automated vehicle development to investigate the human interaction with automation in highway conditions and full automating in low speed urban conditions. He received his MSc in Mechanical Engineering (1986), and PhD (1992) at TU Delft. He investigated crash safety at TNO Automotive (1992-2007), is currently employed at TU Delft at the Faculties of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering, and Civil Engineering and Geosciences, and is visiting professor at the TU Munich.
Track: Intelligent Vehicles