Berlin Technical University
Fundamental issues of lighting for drivers: where they look, the influence of glare, and establishing background luminance. This work was conducted through co-supervision of Jan Winter, a PhD student.
We are currently working on lighting and cyclist numbers.
Institute for Transport Studies
University of Leeds
We have projects with several members of this group.
Natsha Merat is CoI on the HAROLD project. That is an investigation of driver distraction and pedestrian conspicuity. Natasha is conducting trials with her driving simulator in parallel to our studies with a scale model.
Robin Lovelace is CoI on the SATURN project. At Sheffield we are measuring the impact of lighting on cyclist numbers: Robin will integrate those data in his models for increasing the uptake of active travel.
We are working on applications for further funding about pedestrian reassurance with Caroline Mullens.
Lighting for pedestrians – how to measure the effect of lighting on our evaluations of other people.
Currently co-supervising a PhD student project at Lund investigating social interactions between pedestrians in public squares.
Berkeley Education Alliance for Research in Singapore and
Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium
Investigations about methods used for measuring discomfort from glare.
Department of Criminology and Social Sciences, University of Derby
Crime and fear of crime.
Penn State University, USA
Discussions aimed at promoting better experimental design in lighting research, with a focus on human factors experiments about spatial brightness.