Mikael Johansson

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Design and Human Factors

Mikael is researching about the users’ mental models and understanding of automated vehicles. Mental models are a cognitive representation that users have of the system, in order to solve problems, explain behavior and predict consequences of an interaction. The purpose of Mikael’s research is to be able to create safer and more user centered systems by better understanding what affects the users’ mental models and how it changes over time.

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Showing 10 publications

2019

Keeping a finger in the pie - Exploring different collaborative interactions with autonomous vehicles

Helena Strömberg, Fredrick Ekman, Lars-Ola Bligård et al
Proceedings of the 31st European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics , p. 118-126
Paper in proceedings
2019

Designing Multi-Modal Interaction – A Basic Operations Approach

MariAnne Karlsson, Fredrick Ekman, Mikael Johansson
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. Vol. 827, p. 43-53
Paper in proceedings
2019

Exploring automated vehicle driving styles as a source of trust information

Fredrick Ekman, Mikael Johansson, Lars-Ola Bligård et al
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. Vol. 65 (August 2019), p. 268-279
Journal article
2019

Understanding the Users’ Understanding of Automated Vehicles

Mikael Johansson
Proceedings of the 31st European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, p. 28-31
Paper in proceedings
2018

Understanding trust in an AV context: A mixed method approach

Fredrick Ekman, Mikael Johansson, MariAnne Karlsson
Conference contribution
2018

Creating Appropriate Trust in Automated Vehicle Systems: A Framework for HMI Design

Fredrick Ekman, Mikael Johansson, Jana Sochor
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems. Vol. 48 (1), p. 95-101
Journal article
2016

Creating trust in automated vehicles using a HMI-based framework

Fredrick Ekman, Mikael Johansson, Jana Sochor
The 5th Swedish National Conference on Transport Research, Lund, Sweden, October 18-19, 2016
Paper in proceedings
2016

Creating Appropriate Trust for Autonomous Vehicle Systems: A Framework for HMI Design

Fredrick Ekman, Mikael Johansson, Jana Sochor
Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. January 10-14, 2016
Paper in proceedings
2016

To See or Not To See – The Effect of Object Recognition on Users’ Trust for "Automated Vehicles"

Fredrick Ekman, Mikael Johansson, Jana Sochor
Proceedings of the 9th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction – NordiCHI’16, Gothenburg, October 23-27, 2016
Paper in proceedings

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Showing 2 research projects

2014–2017

HMI design for automated vehicles - HATric

MariAnne Karlsson Design and Human Factors
Lars-Ola Bligård Design and Human Factors
Mikael Johansson Design and Human Factors
Pontus Wallgren Design and Human Factors
Helena Strömberg Design and Human Factors
Fredrick Ekman Design and Human Factors
VINNOVA

2014–2017

AIMMIT - Automotive Integration of MultiModal Interaction Technologies

MariAnne Karlsson Design and Human Factors
Lars-Ola Bligård Design and Human Factors
Mikael Johansson Design and Human Factors
Fredrick Ekman Design and Human Factors
VINNOVA

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