Honda Outstanding Student Award

HONDA OUTSTANDING STUDENT PAPER AWARD

Student presenters were encouraged to enter the Honda Outstanding Student Paper Award program. 

This award provides a certificate and cash reward to the student who conducts outstanding research accepted for presentation at Driving Assessment 2015.

Driving Assessment 2015 Honda Student Award winners pose with organizing committee

Student Award Winner for 2015: 

Tyron Louw presenting
Analysis of Drivers’ Head and Eye Movement Correspondence: Predicting Drivers’ Glance Location Using Head Rotation Data (31) 
Mauricio Munoz (MIT AgeLab, New England University & University of Augsburg – Germany), Joonbum Lee, Bryan Reimer, Bruce Mehler (MIT AgeLab & New England University), Trent Victor (SAFER Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre at Chalmers – Sweden)

Student Award Winner 2nd Place for 2015:

Mauricio Munoz presenting
Engaging with Highly Automated Driving: To be or Not to be in the Loop? (29)
Tyron Louw, Natasha Merat, Hamish Jamson (University of Leeds– United Kingdom)
Alina Sinelnikova
Predicting Secondary Task Involvement and Differences in Task Modality Using Field Highway Driving Data (59)
Alina Sinelnikova (MIT AgeLab & New England University Transportation Center and University of Augsburg – Germany), Joonbum Lee, Bryan Reimer, Bruce Mehler, Joseph Coughlin (MIT AgeLab & New England University Transportation Center)