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L3Pilot: Student work wins outstanding student paper award

L3Pilot: Student work wins outstanding student paper award

8 October 2021

Linda Pipkorn, a PhD student at Chalmers University of Technology, was awarded the Outstanding Student Paper Award in the Honda Student Session competition at the 2021 International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design conference (a.k.a., the Driving Assessment Conference), held virtually July 21–23, 2021.

Among fifteen participating students around the world the three winners were provided each with a certificate and cash award sponsored by American Honda Motor Company, Inc. Pipkorn’s presentation titled “Driver visual attention before and after take-over requests in conditional automation: a public road study” included some of the work she did within the L3Pilot project.

Pipkorn is in the Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Division Vehicle Safety, at Chalmers and is advised by Professor Marco Dozza, PhD, and also works with Emma Tivesten, PhD, of Volvo Car Corporation.

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