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Day 1 - Tuesday 13 August, 2019

TimeAgenda Session themeFacultyAbstracts
8:00 - 8:45 Registration opens and arrival tea and coffee - - -
8:45 - 8:50 Welcome and introduction - Professor Jude Charlton -
8:50 - 9:05 Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony - David Tournier -
9:05 - 9:30 Opening address: Research Informing Towards Zero Road Safety Strategy - Ms Samantha Cockfield -
9:30 - 10:30 Symposium (session 1) Driver Distraction Part 1 Chair: Mr Christopher Poulter
Senior Policy Officer - Road User and Vehicle Access    
Department of Transport
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   Jeff Hickman Truck and bus driver distraction using naturalistic driving crash data
   Kristie Young Examining the nature of secondary task interruptions using naturalistic driving data
   Tina Morgenstern Do European drivers reduce their speed during texting on highways? Results from European naturalistic driving data
10:30 - 10:45 Coffee and tea break - - -
10:45 - 12:05 Symposium (session 2)  Naturalistic Driving Study Methodology  Chair: Dr Jonny Kuo
Research Scientist - Human Factors
Seeing Machines
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   Einat Grimberg Smartphone vs. in-vehicle sensors in naturalistic driving studies - A comparison based on multiple attributes
   Kristy Coxon The use of naturalistic driving methods to measure outcomes in evaluations of road safety interventions
   Mohammed Elhenawy Detection of driver distraction in the Australian Naturalistic Driving Study (ANDS) using pre-trained models and transfer learning
12:05 - 13:05 Lunch - - -
13:05 - 13:50 Pub quiz - Associate Professor Sjaan Koppel
Dr Jon Antin
Dr Julie Hatfield
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13:50 - 15:30 Symposium (session 3) Driver Behaviour Chair: Dr Marilyn Di Stefano
Senior Policy and Project Officer - Licensing 
Mobility and Active Transport
Department of Transport
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   Kyle Wilson Driver trust and mode confusion in an on-road study of automated vehicle technology
   Mario Mongiardini Evaluate the effect of roundabout design on vehicle speed in Australia using data from the Australian Naturalistic Driving Study
    Chloe Hannan - Presented by Thomas Seacrist Association between self-reported driver risk behaviors and crash risk using the SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study
   Ian Glendon High-speed vehicle outliers tracked in suburbia
    Julie Hatfield The relationship between real-world speed-choice and impulsiveness amongst fully-licensed drivers
15:30 - 15:45 Coffee and tea break - - -
15:45 - 16:45 Symposium (session 4) Safety Critical Events Chair: Associate Professor Michael Fitzharris
Associate Director,
In-Depth Crash Investigations and Transport Regulation
MUARC
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   Laurette Guyonvarch Evaluation of safety critical event triggers in the UDrive data
    Ethan Douglas - Presented by Thomas Seacrist Braking characteristics among young and adult drivers using the SHRP 2 Naturalistic Driving Study
   Thomas Seacrist Efficacy of automatic emergency braking among risky drivers using counterfactual simulations from the SHPR 2 Naturalistic Driving Study           
16:45 - 17:00 Safety Science special issue update - Kristie Young -
17:30 - 19:00 TAC Road to Zero: Road Safety Experience Reception - Conference delegates -

Day 2 - Wednesday 14 August, 2019

TimeAgenda Session themeFacultyAbstracts
8:00 - 8:30 Arrival tea and coffee - - -
8:30 - 10:10 Symposium (session 1) Older Drivers Chair: Ms Aleksandra Natora
Senior Policy Officer
Victorian Department of Health and Human Services

Chair: Dr Bruce Bolam
Chief Preventive Health Officer
Department of Health and Human Services
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   Sjaan Koppel Findings from the Ozcandrive study: A comparison of older drivers’ driving patterns during an on-road driving task with their driving patterns from the preceding four-month period of real-world driving        
   Daniel Griffiths An age-based comparison of the Ozcandrive older driver cohort study and the Australian Naturalistic Driving Study        
   Renée St Louis The relationship between resilience and real world driving patterns of older adults in the Ozcandrive study        
   Jon Antin Examining senior drivers’ adaptation to vehicles equipped with advanced driver assistance systems        
10:10 - 10:25 Coffee and tea break - - -
10:25 - 11:45 Symposium (session 2) Safe Mobility for Vulnerable Road Users   Chair: Mr Phil Gray
Vulnerable Road User Program Coordinator
Regional Roads Victoria 
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   Phuong Hua A pilot study using naturalistic methods to examine real-world driving behaviour in individuals with traumatic brain injury
   Bianca Albanese Influence of child restraint system design on comfort, belt fit and posture        
   Sebastian Will Methodological considerations about motorcycle naturalistic riding investigations – An on-road study on rider fatigue        
   Mac McCall Naturalistic riding studies and considering differences relative to passenger vehicle research        
11:45 - 12:15 Showcase of ANDS and YANDS - Professor Ann Williamson
Dr Julie Hatfield 
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12:15 - 13:15 Lunch - - -
13:15 - 14:25 Symposium (session 3) Driver Distraction Part 2 Chair: Dr Eve Mitsopoulos-Rubens
Community Relations - Road Safety
Transport Accident Commission
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   Tibor Petzoldt Drivers’ behavioural (non)adaptation after a distraction-related crash    
    Shiyan Yang Measuring the impact of cognitive distraction in real-world automated driving        
   Michiel Christoph Manual control effort and probability of engaging in visual-manual mobile phone tasks while driving        
    Gregoire Larue - Presented by Andry Rakotonirainy Visualising data of the Australian Naturalistic Driving Study
14:25 - 15:25 Panel The value of naturalistic driving research for informing road safety policy and practice. Dr Ian Johnston, AM [Chair]
Ms Samantha Cockfield 
Assistant Commissioner Stephen Leane
Professor Jake Olivier 
Ms Liz Waller
Mr John Wall
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15:25 - 15:40 Coffee and tea break - - -
15:40 - 16:40 Symposium (session 4) Driver Fatigue & Distraction Chair: Mr Michiel Christoph
Researcher
SWOV
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   Jose CalvoPatterns of secondary task engagement by age and gender, and age and manoeuvre judgment, for drivers and their effect on crash likelihood
   Trey Roady Vehicle speed and drowsiness impact driver distribution of visual attention        
    Michael Lenne - Presented by Jonny Kuo Driver-specific exposure to drowsiness: Real-time driver monitoring in an operational heavy vehicle fleet        
16:40 - 17:10 Best student paper award announcement, NDRS 2020 announcement and invitation, and close proceedings - Professor Jude Charlton
Dr Jeff Hickman
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