Sonja Schneider (M.Sc.) is a research associate at the Chair of Ergonomics since March 2017. After graduating in Psychology from the LMU Munich, she obtained her master`s degree in Human Factors Engineering from the Technical University of Munich. In cooperation with the Technical University of Delft, her master's thesis concerned the effects of expectation and driving style on trust in highly automated vehicles. During her studies, Ms. Schneider worked as a research assistant at the German Aerospace Center (DLR, Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics) as well as at the Chair of Ergonomics. In this context, she gained experience concerning human factors research in the fields of medical robotics, aviation, and automated driving. Her current focus is on the cross platform validation of pedestrian simulators as a part of the PedSiVal project.
- How the Duration of Automated Driving Influences Take-Over Performance and Gaze Behavior. In: Advances in Ergonomic Design of Systems, Products and Processes. Springer, 2017, 309--318 more…
- How Duration of Automated Driving Influences Take-Over Performance and Gaze Behavior. Arbeit in komplexen Systemen. Digital, vernetzt, human?!, GfA Press, 2016 more…