HFauto

Zhenji Lu

Early Stage Researcher 2, Delft University of Technology

Zhenji joined the department of Biomechanical Engineering at TU Delft in August 2014 as a Marie Curie Fellow in the HF Auto project, He is studying human behaviour in highly automated driving during transient manoeuvres such as merging, splitting, platoon entry, platoon exit, authority transitions between manual and highly automated driving, and unexpected situations, such as sensor and computer failure.

Zhenji enrolled in Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Programme in Complex Systems Science in 2012, graduated from the University of Warwick and the University of Gothenburg with a joint MSc degree in 2014. From 2010 to 2012, he was studying at Harbin Institute of Technology for a MSc degree in Control Science and Engineering. Also his BSc degree in Automation was obtained in 2010 at Harbin Institute of Technology.

 

Interests

  • Human behaviour in automated vehicle
  • Human-machine interaction
  • Haptic control system
  • Traffic modelling with automated vehicle