Giulio Bianchi Piccinini
Giulio Bianchi Piccinini
Associate professor at Chalmers University of Technology, Dept. of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences
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A review of research on driving styles and road safety
F Sagberg, Selpi, GF Bianchi Piccinini, J Engström
Human factors 57 (7), 1248-1275, 2015
Using naturalistic data to assess e-cyclist behavior
M Dozza, GFB Piccinini, J Werneke
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 41, 217-226, 2016
How do drivers overtake cyclists?
M Dozza, R Schindler, G Bianchi-Piccinini, J Karlsson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 88, 29-36, 2016
Great expectations: a predictive processing account of automobile driving
J Engström, J Bärgman, D Nilsson, B Seppelt, G Markkula, GB Piccinini, ...
Theoretical issues in ergonomics science 19 (2), 156-194, 2018
Reaction to a critical situation during driving with Adaptive Cruise Control for users and non-users of the system
GFB Piccinini, CM Rodrigues, M Leitão, A Simões
Safety science 72, 116-126, 2015
Driver's behavioral adaptation to Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC): The case of speed and time headway
GFB Piccinini, CM Rodrigues, M Leitão, A Simões
Journal of safety research 49, 77. e1-84, 2014
Modelling overtaking strategy and lateral distance in car-to-cyclist overtaking on rural roads: A driving simulator experiment
H Farah, GB Piccinini, M Itoh, M Dozza
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 63, 226-239, 2019
Factors contributing to commercial vehicle rear-end conflicts in China: A study using on-board event data recorders
GB Piccinini, J Engström, J Bärgman, X Wang
Journal of safety research 62, 143-153, 2017
Influence of oncoming traffic on drivers’ overtaking of cyclists
GFB Piccinini, C Moretto, H Zhou, M Itoh
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 59, 378-388, 2018
How do drivers respond to silent automation failures? Driving simulator study and comparison of computational driver braking models
G Bianchi Piccinini, E Lehtonen, F Forcolin, J Engström, D Albers, ...
Human factors 62 (7), 1212-1229, 2020
Effects on driving task and road safety impact induced by the usage of adaptive cruise control (ACC): a focus groups study
GF Bianchi Piccinini, A Simões, CM Rodrigues
International journal of human factors and ergonomics 1 (3), 234-253, 2012
Difference between car-to-cyclist crash and near crash in a perpendicular crash configuration based on driving recorder analysis
D Ito, K Hayakawa, Y Kondo, K Mizuno, R Thomson, GB Piccinini, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 117, 1-9, 2018
Do cyclists on e-bikes behave differently than cyclists on traditional bicycles?
M Dozza, GF Bianchi Piccinini
Proceedings of the 3rd International Cycling Safety Conference, Nov 18-19 …, 2014
Gender and age-related differences in the perception of in-vehicle mobile phone usage among Portuguese drivers
AL Ferreira, GFB Piccinini, S Rôla, A Simões
IET Intelligent Transport Systems 7 (2), 223-229, 2013
The role of off-path glances: A quantitative analysis of rear-end conflicts involving Chinese professional truck drivers as the striking partners
L Pipkorn, GB Piccinini
Journal of safety research 72, 259-266, 2020
Drivers’ hand positions on the steering wheel while using Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and driving without the system
GB Piccinini, G Prati, L Pietrantoni, C Manzini, CM Rodrigues, M Leitão
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society Europe, 207-216, 2013
Truck drivers’ behavior in encounters with vulnerable road users at intersections: Results from a test-track experiment
R Schindler, GB Piccinini
Accident Analysis & Prevention 159, 106289, 2021
Assessing driver’s mental representation of Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) and its possible effects on behavioural adaptations
GF Piccinini, A Simões, CM Rodrigues, M Leitão
Work 41 (Supplement 1), 4396-4401, 2012
Adaptive human machine interface based on the detection of driver's cognitive state using machine learning approach
D Pinotti, GFB Piccinini, F Tango
Intelligenza Artificiale 8 (2/2014), 163-179, 2014
Making a few talk for the many–Modeling driver behavior using synthetic populations generated from experimental data
R Schindler, C Flannagan, A Bálint, GB Piccinini
Accident Analysis & Prevention 162, 106331, 2021
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