Fjolle Novakazi

Doctoral Student at Design and Human Factors

Fjollë Novakazi is an industrial Ph.D. candidate at Volvo Cars, affiliated to the Division of Design & Human Factors. Her research concerns how drivers perceive and understand driving automation systems. A particular focus is to describe and understand the phenomenon of mode confusion in the interaction between driver and automated vehicle. She approaches her studies through empirical mixed-methods research, facilitating surveys, in-depth interviews, naturalistic studies, and on-road observations.

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Showing 8 publications

2021

Levels of what? Investigating drivers' understanding of different levels of automation in vehicles

Fjolle Novakazi, Mikael Johansson, Helena Strömberg et al
Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making. Vol. 15 (2-3), p. 116-132
Journal article
2021

Who's in charge?: The influence of perceived control on responsibility and mode awareness in driving automation

Fjolle Novakazi, Mikael Johansson, Gustav Erhardsson et al
IT - Information Technology. Vol. 62 (2)
Journal article
2021

The decline of user experience in transition from automated driving to manual driving

Mikael Johansson, Mattias Mullaart Söderholm, Fjolle Novakazi et al
Information (Switzerland). Vol. 12 (3)
Journal article
2020

Effects of the driving context on the usage of Automated Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) -Naturalistic Driving Study for ADAS evaluation

Julia Orlovska, Fjolle Novakazi, Lars-Ola Bligård et al
Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Vol. 4
Journal article
2020

Stepping over the Threshold - Linking Understanding and Usage of Automated Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

Fjolle Novakazi, Julia Orlovska, Lars-Ola Bligård et al
Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Vol. 8
Journal article
2019

Mixed-method design for user behavior evaluation of automated driver assistance systems: An automotive industry case

Julia Orlovska, Fjolle Novakazi, Casper Wickman et al
Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design, ICED. Vol. 2019-August, p. 1803-1812
Paper in proceeding
2019

Semi-autonomous drive and its effect on mode awareness and user experience

Fjolle Novakazi
ECCE 2019 - Proceedings of the 31st European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics: ''Design for Cognition'', p. 23-25
Paper in proceeding

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2017–2021

Semi-autonomous driving and its effect on mode-awareness and user experience

Casper Wickman Product Development
MariAnne Karlsson Design and Human Factors
Fjolle Novakazi Design and Human Factors
Rikard Söderberg Industrial and Materials Science
Lars-Ola Bligård Design and Human Factors
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