Hatice Sahin Ippoliti
University of Oldenburg
Department of Computing Science
Media Informatics and Multimedia Systems
Hatice Sahin Ippoliti
Hatice Şahin Ippoliti is a PhD student at the University of Oldenburg/Germany. She holds a MSc degree in Neurocognitive Psychology from the University of Oldenburg, BA degrees in Psychology and Translation Studies from Yeditepe University/Turkey. Her research focuses on the interaction between vulnerable road users and automated vehicles and prosocial behaviour in traffic. She is a member of Research Training Group Social Embeddedness of Autonomous Cyber Physical Systems" (SEAS).
- Prosocial interaction between vulnerable road users and automated vehicles
- External Human-Machine Interfaces (eHMIs)
- Behavior towards automated vehicles
- Virtual reality experiments, field experiments, online surveys and online experiments
- Effects of social factors on prosocial behavior in traffic
- AutomotiveUI '22 Workshop: A Workshop on Driving Style of Automated Vehicles in Ambiguous Driving Scenarios
- Deviant Behavior of Pedestrians: A Risk Gamble or Just Against Automated Vehicles? How About Social Control? Special Issue: Interaction between Automated Vehicles and other Road Users, in Frontiers in Robotics and AI
- Supervision in Human-Computer Interaction Lab Summer semester 2022
Mini Project Group „This car needs help”
- Supervision in Maker’s Lab Summer semester 2022
Project Group: „This car is trying to tell us something”
- Co-organizing seminar series: Life in Academia
- AutomotiveUI '21 Wip Paper: Signaling Yielding Intent with eHMIs: the Timing Determines an Efficient Crossing
- AutomotiveUI '21 Workshop main organizer: Workshop on Prosocial Behavior in Future Mixed Traffic
- AutomotiveUI '21 Accesibility Co-chairing
- Interact '21 Poster: An Exploration of Potential Factors Influencing Trust in Automated Vehicles
- Tutoring in seminar series Conversations on the Social Embeddedness of Digital Technologies
- Supervision of Master's Thesis
Nina Trilck, "Exploration of empathy-eliciting eHMIs and their influence on prosocial driving behavior towards autonomous vehicles"
- Supervision in Human-Computer Interaction Lab Summer semester 2021
Project groups A and B "Encourage Sympathy for Automated Vehicles"
- Supervision in Virtual and Augmented Reality Course Winter semester 2020
Mini project group "Prosocial Behavior in Traffic"
Mini project group "Street Crossing Game"
- Supervision in Virtual and Augmented Reality Lab Winter Semester 2020
Project group "Overtrust Towards Automated Vehicles"
- Supervision of Bachelor's Thesis
Kevin Daudrich, "The Effects of Cue Timings on Interactions Between Automated Vehicles and Pedestrians in Urban Traffic"
- Participation in WeCARe Workshop, MobileHCI '20
- Participation in Doctoral Colloquium, AutomotiveUI '20