Victor Bergh Alvergren

Project assistent at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Design and Human Factors

Victor’s research mainly concerns the interface between user and transportation, both in terms of appeal, understanding and behaviour. He is communicator for the EU-funded MeBeSafe project, aiming to make traffic safer by nudging techniques. Within MeBeSafe he is researching how nudging can be used to affect the behaviour of cyclists. Victor has a M.Sc. in Industrial Design Engineering.

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Showing 5 publications

2019

MeBeSafe Newsletter March 2019

Victor Bergh Alvergren
Other
2019

MeBeSafe Newsletter June 2019

Victor Bergh Alvergren
Other - Software code
2018

D17.3. Eco-Driving Assistance. Guidelines for Ergonomic Design of Eco-Driving Assistance HMIs

Victor Bergh Alvergren, MariAnne Karlsson, Stig Franzén
Report
2018

D13.4 , EBSF 2 - Gothenburg: Demonstration Results

Marianne Karlsson, Pontus Wallgren, Victor Bergh Alvergren et al
Report

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Showing 1 research projects

2017–2020

Measures for behaving safely in traffic (MeBeSafe)

MariAnne Karlsson Design and Human Factors
Anneli Selvefors Design and Human Factors
Marco Dozza Vehicle Safety
Jordanka Kovaceva Vehicle Safety
Victor Bergh Alvergren Design and Human Factors
Pontus Wallgren Design and Human Factors
Cedrik Sjöblom Design and Human Factors
European Commission (Horizon 2020)

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