Trent Victor

Adjungerad professor at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Vehicle Safety

Publications

2018

Definition of run-off-road crash clusters - for safety benefit estimation and driver assistance development

Daniel Nilsson, Magdalena Lindman, Trent Victor et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 113, p. 97-105
Journal article
2018

Investigating the correspondence between driver head position and glance location

Joonbum Lee, Mauricio Munoz, Lex Fridman et al
PeerJ Computer Science
Journal article
2018

Great expectations: A predictive processing account of automobile driving

Johan A Skifs Engström, Jonas Bärgman, Daniel Nilsson et al
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. Vol. 19 (2), p. 156-194
Journal article
2016

Potential Solutions to Human Factors Challenges in Road Vehicle Automation

B. D. Seppelt, Trent Victor
Road Vehicle Automation 3, p. 131-148
Paper in proceedings
2016

"Owl' and "Lizard': patterns of head pose and eye pose in driver gaze classification

L. Fridman, J. Lee, B. Reimer et al
IET Computer Vision. Vol. 10 (4), p. 308-314
Journal article
2016

A farewell to brake reaction times? Kinematics-dependent brake response in naturalistic rear-end emergencies

Gustav M Markkula, Johan A Skifs Engström, J. Lodin et al
Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol. 95, p. 209-226
Journal article
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

Rear-End impact-Crash prevention and occupant protection

Lotta Jakobsson, M. Lindman, M. Björklund et al
2015 International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury, IRCOBI 2015, Lyon, France, 9-11 September 2015, p. 803-813
Paper in proceedings
2015

The timecourse of driver visual attention in naturalistic driving with Adaptive Cruise Control and Forward Collision Warning

Emma Tivesten, Alberto Morando, Trent Victor
International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, 4th, 2015, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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
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
Proceedings of the 3rd Conference of Driver Distraction and Inattention, Gothenbrug, 4-6 September, 2013
Conference contribution
2013

Attention selection and multitasking in everyday driving: A conceptual model

Johan A Skifs Engström, Trent Victor, Gustav M Markkula
Driver Distraction and Inattention: Advances in Research and Countermeasures, p. 27-54
Book chapter
2012

Processing of Eye/Head-Tracking Data in Large-Scale Naturalistic Driving Data Sets

Christer Ahlström, Trent Victor, Claudia Wege et al
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems. Vol. vol.13 (no.2), p. pp.553-564
Journal article
2011

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

Trent Victor, Marco Dozza
proceedings of the Driver Distraction and Inattention International Conference, Göteborg, 5-7 September, 2011
Paper in proceedings

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Projects

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)

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