Johannes Lindner receives the Henry Lampke Preis 2022

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The Transportation Science Promotion Prize "Henry Lampe" of the Deutsche Verkehrswissenschaftliche Gesellschaft (DVWG) e.V. was awarded to Johannes Lindner on June 23, 2022. His master's thesis examines the encounters between automated vehicles and cyclists in order to better explore the challenges of fully automated driving.

Laudator Dr.-Ing. Kerstin Rosenberger presented the Henry Lampke Prize 2022 of the Deutschen Verkehrswissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft (DVWG) e.V. to Johannes Lindner for his master thesis. In his thesis, he studied the encounters between automated vehicles and cyclists in order to better explore the challenges of fully automated driving. ©DVWG/Andreas Fischer
Laudator Dr.-Ing. Kerstin Rosenberger presented the Henry Lampke Prize 2022 of the Deutschen Verkehrswissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft (DVWG) e.V. to Johannes Lindner for his master thesis. In his thesis, he studied the encounters between automated vehicles and cyclists in order to better explore the challenges of fully automated driving. ©DVWG/Andreas Fischer

In his master's thesis, Johannes Lindner deals with the topic "Implementation and execution of a networked simulator study for valid data collection in urban traffic areas". In networked simulator studies, complex traffic scenarios with multiple road users are investigated. As part of this, an implementation concept is presented that links a simulator of a bicycle and an automated vehicle for valid data collection in urban traffic environment. In addition, a concept of an application is demonstrated, which can make the interaction between automated vehicles and cyclists safer and more efficient.

Link to the Pressemitteilung of the Deutschen Verkehrswissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft