My work focuses on the interactions between automated vehicles and other human road users. I strive to understand human drrivers by creating models that describe how people behave, particularly in these interactions. In addition to providing a better understanding of human behavior, my goal is for these models to eventually be used in robotic decision-making. That way, robots and automated vehicles can behave safely and naturally in a variety of real-world scenarios.

I'm a big fan of open science and I strongly believe in publishing datasets and software for everyone to use. I also enjoy combining cutting-edge research with education, such as working on projects with master's and bachelor's students. If you have any ideas for potential collaborations, please don't hesitate to reach out to me!