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M.Sc. Alexander Feierle

Chair of Ergonomics (Prof. Bengler)

Postal address

Boltzmannstr. 15
85747 Garching b. München


Alexander Feierle graduated from the bachelor’s and master’s program mechatronics and information technology at the Technical University of Munich. He investigated the take-over performance in conditionally automated driving in his semester thesis at the chair of ergonomics. In his master thesis he developed and evaluated a driver drowsiness detection system for conditionally automated driving at the chair of ergonomics. Since October 2017 Mr. Feierle is working as a research associate in the projects @City and @City-AF at the chair of ergonomics. His research focus is on the development of human-machine-interfaces and the driver-vehicle-interaction in urban automated driving.


Winter term 2018/19

Course no.TitleLecturer (assistant)
0000002070Aviation Human Factors



  • Feldhütter, Anna; Feierle, Alexander; Kalb, Luis; Bengler, Klaus: A New Approach for a Real-Time Non-Invasive Fatigue Assessment System for Automated Driving. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (HFES) 2018, SAGE Publication Ltd, 2018Philadelphia, USA more…