Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini

Forskarassistent at Department of Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Accident Prevention

Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini is a researcher in the Accident Prevention Group. His research focuses on the safety assessment of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, on the understanding of bicyclist and drivers’ behaviour in safety-relevant situations and on the classification of driving style. Previously, he was a Marie Curie Fellow within the European Initial Training Network ADAPTATION and he collaborated in other FP7 (INTERACTION) and Artemis (D3COS, DESERVE) funded projects. He is currently involved on several national projects (EFrame, BBSChina, e-BikeSAFE, SAFEMIND) and he is also supervising Masters’ students.Visiting address and phone number:Lindholmspiren 3Lindholmen Science Park41756 Göteborggiulio.piccinini@chalmers.sePhone: +46(0)31- 772 1421Mobile: +46(0)76-768 2442

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Projects

2016–2019

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

Jonas Bärgman Department of Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Accident Prevention
Marco Dozza Department of Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Accident Prevention
Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini Department of Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Accident Prevention
VINNOVA

2015–2016

Analysis of CRASH Event Data recorder data with video (CRASHED)

Jonas Bärgman SAFER - Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre
Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini Department of Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Accident Prevention
VINNOVA

2013–2015

Analysis Framework for Safety Systems and Services

Jonas Bärgman Department of Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Accident Prevention
Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini Department of Applied Mechanics, Vehicle Safety, Accident Prevention
VINNOVA

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Publications

2016

How do drivers overtake cyclists?

Marco Dozza, Ron Schindler, Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 88, p. 29-36
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2015

A Review of Research on Driving Styles and Road Safety

Fridulv Sagberg, . Selpi, Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini et al
Human Factors. Vol. 57 (No. 7, November 2015), p. 1248– 1275
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2015

Using naturalistic data to assess e-cyclist behavior

Marco Dozza, Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini, Julia Werneke et al
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. Vol. 41, p. 217-226
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2015

Reaction to a critical situation during driving with Adaptive Cruise Control for users and non-users of the system

Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini, Carlos Manuel Rodrigues, Miguel Leitão et al
Safety Science. Vol. 72, p. 116–126
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2014

Adaptive human machine interface based on the detection of driver's cognitive state using machine learning approach

Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini, Pinotti Daniele, Tango Fabio et al
Intelligenza Artificiale. Vol. 8 (2/2014), p. 163-179
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2014

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

Marco Dozza, Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini,
Proceedings of the 3rd International Cycling Safety Conference, Nov 18-19, Göteborg, Sweden
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2014

Driver's behavioral adaptation to Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC): The case of speed and time headway

Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini, C. M. Rodrigues, M. Leitao et al
Journal of Safety Research. Vol. 49, p. 77-84
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2012

Gender and age-related differences in the perception of in-vehicle mobile phone usage among Portuguese drivers

Ferreira Ana, Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini, Rôla Susana et al
IET Intelligent Transport Systems. Vol. 7 (2), p. 223-229
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2012

Effects on driving task and road safety impact induced by the usage of adaptive cruise control (ACC): a focus groups study

Giulio Francesco Bianchi Piccinini, Simões Anabela, Carlos Manuel Rodrigues et al
International Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics. Vol. 1 (3), p. 234-253
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed