Marco Dozza

Docent at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Vehicle Safety

Marco Dozza is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences at Chalmers University of Technology. Within this department, he belongs to the research group Accident Prevention in the Traffic Safety Division. Marco's research interests include active safety, road-user behavior, cycling safety, and analysis of naturalistic data. Marco earned his Ph.D. in Bioengineering from University of Bologna, Italy in collaboration with Oregon Health and Science University, Portland OR, USA (www.dozza.org). After graduation, he worked as System Developer for over 2 years at Volvo Technology, a research and innovation company inside the Volvo group. Since 2009, he has been an Examiner for the courses Vehicle & Traffic Safety and Active Safety in the Master’s Programme for Automotive Engineering. He is also affiliated with the SAFER Vehicle and Traffic Safety Center, where he leads several projects on traffic safety.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2017–2020

L3Pilot - Piloting Automated Driving on European Roads

Marco Dozza Vehicle Safety
Thomas Streubel Vehicle Safety
European Commission

2016–2019

Quantitative Driver Behaviour Modelling for Active Safety Assessment Expansion (QUADRAE)

Jonas Bärgman Accident Prevention
Marco Dozza Accident Prevention
Giulio Bianchi Piccinini Accident Prevention
VINNOVA

2015–2020

DIV - Driver Interaction with Vulnerable Road Users

Marco Dozza Accident Prevention
Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda Accident Prevention
Autoliv Research
Toyota Motor Europe

2015–2016

BikeModel: Modeller för cyklistbeteende

Marco Dozza Accident Prevention
Swedish Transport Administration

2012–2012

BikeSAFER

Marco Dozza Accident Prevention
Swedish Transport Administration
VINNOVA

2013–2015

Analysis of the SHRP2 Naturalistic Driving Study Data

Trent Victor SAFER - Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre
Holger Rootzen Applied Mathematics and Statistics
Jonas Bärgman Accident Prevention
Marco Dozza Accident Prevention
National Academy of Sciences (NAS)

2015–2015

NoRisk2Bike

Marco Dozza Accident Prevention
Swedish Transport Administration

2013–2014

e-BikeSAFE

Marco Dozza Accident Prevention
Swedish Transport Administration

2013–2017

Human Factors of Automated Driving (HFAUTO)

Marco Dozza Accident Prevention
European Commission (FP7)

2014–2014

e-BikeWay

Marco Dozza Accident Prevention
Swedish Transport Administration

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Publications

2017

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

Marco Dozza, Alexander Rasch, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda
Paper in proceedings
2017

Safety Science Special Issue on Cycling Safety

Marco Dozza, A. Schwab, F. Wegman
Safety Science. Vol. 92, p. 262-263
Journal article
2017

How do drivers negotiate intersections with pedestrians? Fractional factorial design in an open-source driving simulator

Marco Dozza, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Leila Jaber et al
Paper in proceedings
2017

Counterfactual simulations applied to SHRP2 crashes: The effect of driver behavior models on safety benefit estimations of intelligent safety systems

Jonas Bärgman, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Marco Dozza
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 102, p. 165-180
Journal article
2017

On the use of naturalistic methods to examine safety-relevant behaviours amongst children and evaluate a cycling education program

Julie Hatfield, Marco Dozza, Patton Declan et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 108, p. 91-99
Journal article
2017

Using Wireless Communication to Control Road-user Interactions in the Real World

Marco Dozza, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Jonas Bärgman
Paper in proceedings
2016

How do drivers overtake cyclists?

Marco Dozza, Ron Schindler, Giulio Bianchi Piccinini et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 88, p. 29-36
Journal article
2016

Crash Risk: How Cycling Flow Can Help Explain Crash Data

Marco Dozza
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 105 (SI), p. 21-29
Journal article
2016

Safety Science Special Issue on Cycling Safety

Marco Dozza, Arend Schwab, Fred Wegman
Safety Science
Journal article
2016

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

Alexander Rasch, Marco Dozza, Yngve Håland
Report
2016

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

Alexander Rasch, Marco Dozza, Yngve Håland
Report
2016

NoRisk2Bike - Slutrapport

Marco Dozza
Report
2016

Drivers anticipate lead-vehicle conflicts during automated longitudinal control: Sensory cues capture driver attention and promote appropriate and timely responses

Alberto Morando, Trent Victor, Marco Dozza
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 97, p. 206-219
Journal article
2015

Using naturalistic data to assess e-cyclist behavior

Marco Dozza, Giulio Bianchi Piccinini, Julia Werneke
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. Vol. 41, p. 217-226
Journal article
2015

Driving context influences drivers' decision to engage in visual-manual phone tasks: evidence from a naturalistic driving study

Emma Tivesten, Marco Dozza
Journal of Safety Research. Vol. 53, p. 87-96
Journal article
2015

e-BikeWay Slutrapport

Marco Dozza
Report
2015

Real-world effects of using a phone while driving on lateral and longitudinal control of vehicles

Marco Dozza, Carol Flannagan, James Sayer
Journal of Safety Research. Vol. 55,, p. 81-87
Journal article
2015

Safety-critical events in everyday cycling - Interviews with bicyclists and video annotation of safety-critical events in a naturalistic cycling study

Julia Werneke, Marco Dozza, MariAnne Karlsson
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. Vol. 35, p. 199-212
Journal article
2015

On the Potential of Accelerating an Electrified Lead Vehicle to Mitigate Rear-End Collisions

Adithya Arikere, Christian-Nils Åkerberg Boda, Jóna Marin Olafsdottir et al
Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Future Active Safety Technology Towards zero traffic accidents, 2015, p. 377-384
Paper in proceedings
2015

How does glance behavior influence crash and injury risk? A ‘what-if’ counterfactual simulation using crashes and near-crashes from SHRP2

Jonas Bärgman, Vera Lisovskaja, Trent Victor et al
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. Vol. 35, p. 152-169
Journal article
2014

Introducing naturalistic cycling data: What factors influence bicyclists' safety in the real world?

Marco Dozza, Julia Werneke
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour
Journal article
2014

Integrating road safety data for single-bicycle crash causation

Julia Werneke, Marco Dozza
International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury Conference, IRCOBI 2014; Berlin; Germany; 10 September 2014 through 12 September 2014, p. 442-443
Paper in proceedings
2014

e-BikeSAFE (TRV2013/14367) Slutrapport

Marco Dozza
Report
2014

Do cyclists on e-bikes behave differently than cyclists on traditional bicycles?

Marco Dozza, Giulio Bianchi Piccinini
Paper in proceedings
2014

Platform Enabling Intelligent Safety Applications for Vulnerable Road Users

Marco Dozza, Martin Idegren, Tomas Andersson et al
IET Intelligent Transport Systems. Vol. 8 (4), p. 368-376
Journal article
2014

Driving context and visual-manual phone tasks influence glance behavior in naturalistic driving

Emma Tivesten, Marco Dozza
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. Vol. 26 (PA), p. 258-272
Journal article
2014

Understanding Bicycle Dynamics and Cyclist Behavior from Naturalistic Field Data

Marco Dozza, Andre Fernandez
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. Vol. 15 (1), p. 376-384
Journal article
2013

BikeSAFE (TRV2012/13373) Slutrapport

Marco Dozza
Report
2013

Safer Glances, Driver Inattention, and Crash Risk: An Investigation Using the SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study

Trent Victor, Jonas Bärgman, Marco Dozza et al
Conference contribution
2013

Chunking: a procedure to improve naturalistic data analysis

Marco Dozza, Jonas Bärgman, John Lee
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 58, p. 309-317
Journal article
2013

BikeCOM – A cooperative safety application supporting cyclists and drivers at intersections

Marco Dozza, Per Gustafsson, Linus Lindgren et al
Paper in proceedings
2013

Understanding driver self-regulating behavior: how does phone use influence vehicle control in real world?

Marco Dozza, James Sayer, Carol Flannagan
Conference contribution
2013

“Please, bike and tell me when you feel unsafe!” – Analysis of safety-critical situations from a cyclist’s perspective in a naturalistic cycling study

Julia Werneke, Marco Dozza, MariAnne Karlsson
Nationella konferensen i transportforskning, 22-23 oktober, 2013, Göteborg, p. 2-
Paper in proceedings
2013

What factors influence drivers' response time for evasive maneuvers in real traffic?

Marco Dozza
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 58, p. 299-308
Journal article
2013

BikeSAFER: Final Report

Marco Dozza
Report
2013

Farlig å blande trafikanter

Marco Dozza
Magazine article
2013

BikeSAFE – Analysis of Safety-Critical Events from Naturalistic Cycling Data

Julia Werneke, Marco Dozza
Conference contribution
2013

Recognising safety critical events in real traffic: Can automatic video processing be used to improve naturalistic data analyses?

Marco Dozza, Nieves Pañeda González
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 60, p. 298-304
Journal article
2012

Piloting the Naturalistic Methodology on Bicycles

Marco Dozza, Julia Werneke, Andre Fernandez
Paper in proceedings
2012

Deliverable D3.3: Data management in euroFOT

Selpi Selpi, Samuel Borgen, Jonas Bärgman et al
Report
2012

Recognizing Safety-critical Events from Naturalistic Driving Data

Marco Dozza, Nieves Pañeda González
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 48, p. 505-515
Paper in proceedings
2012

Investigating visually distracted driver reactions in rear-end crashes and near crashes based on 100-car study data

Henrik Lind, Selpi Selpi, Marco Dozza
In D. de Waard, N. Merat, A.H. Jamson, Y. Barnard, and O.M.J. Carsten (Eds.) (2012). Human Factors of Systems and Technology, p. 201-211
Paper in proceedings
2012

Collection of naturalistic bicycling data is now ongoing

Marco Dozza, Andre Fernandez
Paper in proceedings
2012

Set-up and real-traffic assessment of an active-safety platform for vulnerable-road-users

Marco Dozza, Martin Idegren, Tomas Andersson Odén
Paper in proceedings
2011

What is the most effective type of audio-biofeedback for postural motor learning?

Marco Dozza, L. Chiari, R. J. Peterka et al
Gait Posture. Vol. 34 (3), p. 313-9
Journal article
2011

An Open Customizable Modular Platform For Analysis of Human Movement in Laboratory and Outdoors

Marco Dozza, Martin Idegren, Tomas Andesson
Conference contribution
2011

Timing Matters: Visual behaviour and crash risk in the 100‐car on‐line data

Trent Victor, Marco Dozza
Paper in proceedings
2011

On data security and analysis platforms for analysis of naturalistic driving data

Jonas Bärgman, Helena Gellerman, Jordanka Kovaceva et al
Paper in proceedings
2010

euroFOT: constrains and trade-offs in testing hypotheses

Marco Dozza
Paper in proceedings
2009

Vibrotactile biofeedback improves tandem gait in patients with unilateral vestibular loss.

Fay B Horak, Marco Dozza, Robert Peterka et al
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Vol. 1164, p. 279-81
Journal article
2007

Effects of practicing tandem gait with and without vibrotactile biofeedback in subjects with unilateral vestibular loss.

Marco Dozza, Conrad Wall, Robert J Peterka et al
Journal of Vestibular Research: Equilibrium and Orientation. Vol. 17 (4), p. 195-204
Journal article
2007

Auditory biofeedback substitutes for loss of sensory information in maintaining stance.

Marco Dozza, Fay B Horak, Lorenzo Chiari
Experimental Brain Research. Vol. 178 (1), p. 37-48
Journal article
2006

Effects of linear versus sigmoid coding of visual or audio biofeedback for the control of upright stance.

Marco Dozza, Lorenzo Chiari, Frantisek Hlavacka et al
IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering. Vol. 14 (4), p. 505-12
Journal article
2005

Audio-biofeedback for balance improvement: an accelerometry-based system.

Lorenzo Chiari, Marco Dozza, Angelo Cappello et al
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering. Vol. 52 (12), p. 2108-11
Journal article
2005

Audio-biofeedback improves balance in patients with bilateral vestibular loss.

Marco Dozza, Lorenzo Chiari, Fay B Horak
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Vol. 86 (7), p. 1401-3
Journal article
2005

Influence of a portable audio-biofeedback device on structural properties of postural sway.

Marco Dozza, Lorenzo Chiari, Becky Chan et al
Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation. Vol. 2, p. 13-
Journal article