- HMI Researcher
- DLR – German Aerospace Center
Marc Wilbrink received his B.Sc. degree in psychology (2010 ) and M.Sc. degree in psychology (2012) from the Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany. In 2012, he started to work as a researcher at the German Aerospace Center in the Institute of Transportation Systems. His main fields of expertise are Human Factors, the design of Human-Machine Interaction strategies for automated vehicles, including the transition of control. In this area, Wilbrink was involved as a researcher and WP leader in several national and European projects, such as interactIVe, AdaptIVe, CityMobil 2 and interACT.
Strategic session 5, Tuesday 28 April:
Rethinking the role of users