Jason Fice

Researcher at Vehicle Safety

Jason Fice is a research assistant in the injury prevention group. The focus of his PhD thesis at the University of British Columbia was volunteer testing to understand neck muscle activation and control. One goal of his research is to provide data that can be used to improve computer models of the human body, which will ultimately be used to make cars safer. At Chalmers, Jason will continue his research goals by studying the activation of shoulder muscles in volunteers during pre-impact driving maneuvers like steering and braking.

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Kinematics Evaluation of Female Head-Neck Model with Reflexive Neck Muscles in Low-Speed Rear Impact

I Putu Alit Putra, Johan Iraeus, Jason Fice et al
Other conference contribution

Neck Muscle and Head/Neck Kinematic Responses While Bracing Against the Steering Wheel During Front and Rear Impacts

Jason Fice, Daniel W. H. Mang, Jona M. Olafsdottir et al
Annals of Biomedical Engineering. Vol. In Press
Journal article

Active Human Body Model Predictions Compared to Volunteer Response in Experiments with Braking, Lane Change, and Combined Manoeuvres

Emma Larsson, Johan Iraeus, Jason Fice et al
2019 IRCOBI Conference Proceedings - International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury (S1-9), p. 349-369
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Future Occupant Safety for Crashes in Cars (OSCCAR)

András Bálint Vehicle Safety
Johan Davidsson Vehicle Safety
Jason Fice Vehicle Safety
Johan Iraeus Vehicle Safety
Hosein Naseri Dynamics
Erik Eliasson Vehicle Safety
European Commission (EC)

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