Alexander Rasch

Doctoral Student at Olycksanalys och prevention

Alexander Rasch is a PhD student in the Crash Analysis and Prevention (CAP) group. His research focuses on modelling the interaction between vehicle drivers and vulnerable road users like cyclists or pedestrians.

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Showing 10 publications

2020

How do oncoming traffic and cyclist lane position influence cyclist overtaking by drivers?

Alexander Rasch, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Prateek Thalya et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 142
Journal article
2020

How do drivers overtake pedestrians? Evidence from field test and naturalistic driving data

Alexander Rasch, Gabriele Panero, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 139
Journal article
2020

Modelling Interaction between Cyclists and Automobiles - Final Report

Marco Dozza, Tobias Aderum, Jordanka Kovaceva et al
Report
2020

Modelling cyclists’ comfort zones from obstacle avoidance manoeuvres

Oliver Lee, Alexander Rasch, Arend Schwab et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention
Journal article
2018

Intersection crossing with reduced number of conflicts

Johan Karlsson, Jonas Sjöberg, Nikolce Murgovski et al
Paper in proceedings
2017

An Open-Source Data Logger for Field Cycling Collection: Design and Evaluation

Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Alexander Rasch, Marco Dozza
Proceedings of the 6th International Cycling Safety Conference, Davis CA, USA. Sept. 21-22, 2017
Paper in proceedings
2017

Experimental characterization of axial fuel mixing in fluidized beds by magnetic particle tracking

Anna Köhler, Alexander Rasch, David Pallarès et al
Powder Technology. Vol. 316 (SI), p. 492-499
Journal article
2016

Experimental characterization of axial fuel mixing in fluidized beds by magnetic particle tracking

Anna Köhler, Alexander Rasch, David Pallarès et al
Conference contribution
2016

Evaluation of a new narrow and tiltable electric tricycle (e-trike) concept

Alexander Rasch, Marco Dozza, Yngve Håland
Report

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Showing 3 research projects

2019–2022

Modelling Interaction between Cyclists and Automobiles 2

Irene Isaksson-Hellman Unknown organization
Alessia Knauss Software Engineering (Chalmers)
Magdalena Lindman Unknown organization
Tobias Aderum Unknown organization
Nils Lübbe Vehicle Safety
Amritpal Singh Unknown organization
Prateek Thalya Vehicle Safety
Jordanka Kovaceva Vehicle Safety
Fredrik Bruzelius Vehicle Engineering and Autonomous Systems
Marco Dozza Olycksanalys och prevention
Alexander Rasch Vehicle Safety
FFI - Strategic Vehicle Research and Innovation

2019–2020

Characterizing and classifying new e-vehicles for personal mobility

Marco Dozza Olycksanalys och prevention
Alexander Rasch Vehicle Safety
Swedish Transport Administration

2018–2019

MICA - Modelling Interaction between Cyclists and Automobiles

Marco Dozza Vehicle Safety
Alexander Rasch Vehicle Safety
Alessia Knauss Software Engineering (Chalmers)
Prateek Thalya Vehicle Safety
Jordanka Kovaceva Vehicle Safety
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