ATLAS Symposium Series: Dr. Sue Chrysler, PhD, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Sponsor: ATLAS Center
"Using Driving Simulation vs. Naturalistic Driving Data to Examine Driver Behavior: Can't we just get along?"
Presented by: Dr. Sue Chrysler, PhD
Dr. Sue Chrysler is a human factors psychologist and Senior Research Scientist at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute in the Traffic Operations and Roadway Safety Division. She began her career at the 3M Company Traffic Control Materials Division laboratory and seved on the UMTRI Industry Affiliates panel. Dr. Chrysler works collaboratively with traffic engineers to evaluate roadway user response to changes in operations and roadway design. Her research methods include driving simulation, instrumented vehicles on closed courses and open road, eye-tracking systems, physiological measures of workload as well as survey and focus groups.
RSVP by Friday, September 25, 2015 for the symposium. Lunch will be provided!
UMTRI McCormick Conference rooom