Olger Siebinga joined the department as a PhD student under supervision of David Abbink, on the 1st of March 2020. He will be working on the Nissan project on Driver Knowledge which aims to quantify and model interactive driver behavior. The overal goal is to apply these models to autonomous vehicle controllers, in order to increase the capability of autonomous driving technology to handle mixed traffic situations.
Two year ago, I graduated at biomechanical design/bio-robotics with a master thesis on shared control in exoskeletons. After my graduation I worked for two years as a Python developer at Fleet Cleaner, a robotics start-up in Delft. My hobbies include brewing beer, skiing and sailing.