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Mr Jediah Clark 

Postgraduate research student in Human Factors Engineering

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Mr Jediah Clark is a Postgraduate research student in Human Factors Engineering at the University of Southampton, within Engineering and Physical Sciences.

I am exploring ways to optimise interactions between an automated vehicle and a human operator when handing over control

Research interests

  • Human Factors in Transport, Cognitive Science, Visual Processing, Task Performance
  • Master’s research including visual search behaviour, object recognition and psychophysics.
  • Bachelor’s degree research including the Digital Literacy Project (Cardiff) and contextual processing related to schizotypal and depressive traits.

PhD research

PhD on Automation-Driver Handover, Supervisors:

Prof Neville Stanton and Dr Kirsten Revell, Funded by Jaguar Land Rover

Research group

Transportation Group

Research project(s)

HF-AUTO: Human Factors of Highly automated Driving

Before highly automated driving can be safely deployed on public roads we have to deal with imminent human-error and legal consequences. HFAuto will answer crucial human-factors questions, such as: how should human-machine-interfaces (HMI) be designed to support transitions between automated and manual control?, how can the automation understand the driver’s state and intentions?, what are the effects of HAD on accident risk and transport efficiency?, and who is legally responsible for accidents?

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Mr Jediah Clark
Engineering, University of Southampton, Southampton Boldrewood Innovation Campus, Burgess Road, Southampton, SO16 7QF

Room Number: 176/4001/B1

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