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.