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Anna Feldhütter
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    Anna Feldhütter studied the bachelor's and master's program mechanical engineering at the Technical University of Munich. She focused on basics of engineering and product development. In her Master's Thesis at the chair of Ergonomics Ms. Feldhütter validated a regression model for estimating the parameter of a take-over situation from highly automated driving to manual driving. Since September 2015 she is working as a Research Associate at the chair of Ergonomics. Main research questions are how prolonged periods of conditionally automated driving affect the arousal and the take-over performance of the driver. Further, Ms. Feldhütter investigates whether different vehicle automation modes may lead to a loss of mode awareness.

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    • Feldhütter, A., Segler, C., & Bengler, K. (2017). In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) 2017. Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, USA
    • Feldhütter, A., Gold, C., Schneider, S., & Bengler, K. (2016). How the Duration of Automated Driving Influences Take-Over Performance and Gaze Behavior. In C. Schlick, S. Duckwitz, F. Flemisch, M. Frenz, S. Kuz, A. Mertens, & S. Mütze-Niewöhner (Eds.), Advances in Ergonomic Design of Systems, Products and Processes. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of GfA 2016 (1st ed., pp. 309–318). Berlin: Springer Berlin; Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-53305-5_22
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    • Radlmayr, J., Körber, M., Feldhütter, A., & Bengler, K. (2016). Methoden und Fahrermodelle für Hochautomatisiertes Fahren. In K. Kompaß (Ed.), Aktive Sicherheit und Automatisiertes Fahren: Wirksamkeit - Beherrschbarkeit - Absicherung. Expert-Verlag Gmbh.
    • Feldhütter, A., Gold, C., Schneider, S., Bengler, K. (2016). How Duration of Automated Driving Influences Take-Over Performance and Gaze Behavior. 62. GfA-Frühjahrskongress. Aachen. Germany
    • Feldhütter, A., Gold, C., Hüger, A. & Bengler, K. (2016). Trust in Automation as a Matter of Media Influence and Experience of Automated Vehicles. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 60 (1), 2024-2028. doi: 10.1177/1541931213601460

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