Delft Haptics Lab
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Nissan Driver Knowledge and Motion Sense
| 2020-2023 (Nissan funded programme, Active)
In March 2020 a new 4-year project was started funded by Nissan. The programme funds two PhD students to study driver models for interactive traffic negoti...
4TU Soft Robotics – Haptics
Developing novel human-machine interaction | 2019-2022 (4TU Programme, Active)
Haptics and control for soft robotics
| 2019-2021 (postdoc project, Active)
AiTech is the TU Delft mission-oriented science, design and engineering initiative on the future of autonomous technology and human responsibility in digit...
VIDI: Symbiotic Driving
Developing novel human-machine interaction | 2016-2021 (VIDI Research Programme, Active)
My goal is to establish a novel, informative, cooperative and mutually adaptive interaction between driver and highly-automated vehicle.
Developing novel human-machine interaction | 2011-2017 (STW 'Perspectief' Programme, Completed)
H-Haptics is a large multi-disciplinary research programme in the Netherlands that aims to develop Human-centered Haptic devices, which assist humans in pe...
EFDA Goal Oriented Training on Remote Handling
Developing novel human-machine interaction | 2011-2014 (EU Research Programme, Completed)
The EFDA’s European Goal Oriented Training programme on Remote Handling (RH) “GOT RH“ aim is to train engineers for activities supporting the ITER pr...
VENI: Feeling is Believing
Understanding the human as a controller | 2010-2013 (Personal Grant, Completed)
In 2009, David submitted and was after several rounds ultimately awarded the highly competitive VENI grant. The project started on Jan 1st 2010, and lasted...
Understanding the human as a controller | 2007 - 2011 (Industry Collaboration, Completed)
In 2007, Jerry Robinson of the Boeing Company approached Frans van der Helm and David Abbink to assist them in extending current pilot models with a detail...
Developing novel human-machine interaction | 2002 - 2015 (Industry funded, Completed)
Nissan Motor Company has been continuously funding the Delft Haptics Lab research into haptic driver support systems and driver modeling, since 2002.
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