English Intern
    Lehrstuhl für Psychologie III - Psychologische Methoden, Kognition und Anwendung

    Dr. Sebastian Will

    Sprechzeitennach Vereinbarung per E-Mail oder Telefon
    E-Mailwill@psychologie.uni-wuerzburg.de
    Tel+49 931 3181792
    Fax+49 931 3182616
    AdresseRöntgenring 11 (gelbes Gebäude)
    RaumU1

    Forschungsinteressen

    • Präsenz
    • Fahrsimulation
    • Fahrerassistenzsysteme
    • Belastung- und Beanspruchung
    • Mensch-Maschine Interaktion

    Lehrveranstaltungen

    Publikationen

    Artikel in Fachzeitschriften

    2018

    Will, S. (2018). A new approach to investigate Powered Two Wheelers’ interactions with passenger car drivers: the Motorcycle – Car Multi-Driver Simulation. In K. Bengler, S. Hoffmann, D. Manstetten, A. Neukum & J. Drüke (Eds.), UR:BAN Human Factors in Traffic. Wiesbaden: Springer.

    2017

    Will, S., Hammer, T., Pleß, R., & Guth, S. (2017). The use of proprioceptive cues in order to enhance presence in a dynamic motorcycle riding simulator. In Proceedings of the Driving Simulation & Virtual Reality Conference (DSC 2017, pp. 125-132). Stuttgart: DSA.

    Will, S. (2017). Development of a presence model for driving simulators based on speed perception in a motorcycle riding simulator. PhD Thesis, University of Wuerzburg, Germany. 

    Walz, M., Lehsing, C., Bengler, K., Sich, M., & Will, S. (2017). Impacts of an Intersection Assistance System: Social Interaction between Drivers and Motorcyclists. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computer and Automation Engineering (ICCAE 2017, pp. 279-286). New York, USA: ACM

    2015

    Will, S., Schmidt, E. (2015). Powered Two Wheelers' workload assessment with various methods using a motorcycle simulator. IET Intelligent Transport Systems, 9 (7), 702-709.

    2014

    Buld, S., Will, S., Kaussner, A., & Krüger, H.-P. (2014). Entwicklung eines Verfahrens zur Erfassung der Fahrerbeanspruchung beim Motorradfahren. Berichte der Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen, Reihe Fahrzeugtechnik, Heft F93. Carl Schünemann Verlag: Bremen.

    2013

    Will, S., Metz, B., & Landau, A. (2013). Analyse von Naturalistic Driving Data – Straßenklassen- und fahrmanöverspezifische Betrachtung als neuer methodischer Ansatz. In: U. Ansorge, E. Kirchler, C. Lamm, & H. Leder (Hrsg.), Abstracts 55. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen – TeaP 2013 (S. 311). Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers.

    Wege, C., Will, S., & Victor, T. (2013). Eye movement and brake reactions to real world brake-capacity forward collision warnings- A naturalistic driving study. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 58, 259-270. 

    Abstracts und Konferenzbeiträge

    2017

    Will, S., Hammer, T., Pleß, R., & Guth, S. (2017). The use of proprioceptive cues in order to enhance presence in a dynamic motorcycle. Driving Simulation & Virtual Reality Conference (DSC 2017), Stuttgart, 06.09. – 08.09.2017.

    Will, S., Hammer, T., Pleß, R. & Guth, S. (2017). How much simulation do we need? Analyzing subconscious measures of presence. VI-Grade Users Conference 2017, Turin, 10.05. - 11-05.2017

    2016

    Will, S., Hammer, T., Pleß, R., & Guth, S. (2016). Assessing Powered Two Wheelers’ display and control concepts – results from a pilot study. 11th International Motorcycle Conference, Cologne, 03.10. – 04.10.2016.

    Pleß, R., Will, S., & Hofmann, M. (2016). Manöverumsetzung auf einem dynamischen Motorrad Fahrsimulator – Lenken, Lehnen und Kopplungseffekte in der virtuellen Umgebung. 11th International Motorcycle Conference, Cologne, 03.10. – 04.10.2016.

    Will, S., Pleß, R., & Guth, S. (2016). Bringing single track vehicle dynamics to motorcycle riding simulators – results of a pilot study. Bicycle and Motorcycle Dynamics Conference – BMD 2016, Milwaukee, USA, 21.09. - 23.09.2016.

    Pleß, R., Will, S., Guth, S., Hofmann, M., & Winner, H. (2016). Approach to a holistic rider input determination for a dynamic motorcycle riding simulator. Bicycle and Motorcycle Dynamics Conference – BMD 2016, Milwaukee, USA, 21.09. - 23.09.2016.

    Guth, S., Geiger, M., Parduzi, A., Will, S., Pleß, R., & Winner, H. (2016). Method to Assess the Processing of Optical Information by Non-primary Riding Tasks while Riding a Motorcycle. Bicycle and Motorcycle Dynamics Conference – BMD 2016, Milwaukee, USA, 21.09. - 23.09.2016.

    Will, S. (2016). Neue Technologien und Herausforderungen – Fahrerassistenzsysteme für zweirädrige Anwendung. Forum Fahrerassistenzsysteme 2016, Aschaffenburg, 12.05.2016.

    Guth, S., Geiger, M., Will, S., Pleß, R., & Winner, H. (2016). Reproducing longitudinal accelerations: the g-vest. COST Safe2Wheelers Workshop Accidentology and Motorcycle Simulators, Würzburg, 27.04.2016.

    Will, S. (2016). The scope of motorcycle simulators as research methodology. COST Safe2Wheelers Workshop Accidentology and Motorcycle Simulators, Würzburg, 27.04.2016.

    Hammer, T. & Will, S., (2016). Using motorcycle simulators to assess human-machine-interfaces. COST Safe2Wheelers Workshop Accidentology and Motorcycle Simulators, Würzburg, 27.04.2016.

    Will, S., Pleß, R., Hammer, T., Guth, S., & Winner, H. (2016). Bringing Motorcycle Dynamics to the Rider – Technical Solutions and their Contribution to Speed Perception in a Motorcycle Riding Simulator. VI-Grade Users Conference 2016, Wiesbaden, 12.04. – 13.04.2016.

    2015

    Pleß, R., Guth, S., Will, S., & Winner, H. (2015, September). Determining the rider induced roll torque on a dynamic motorcycle riding simulator. Presentation at the Driving Simulator Conference 2015, Tübingen, 16.09. – 18.09.2015.

    Guth, S., Geiger, M., Will, S., Pleß, R., & Winner, H. (2015, September). Motion cueing algorithm to reproduce motorcycle specific lateral dynamics on riding simulators. Presentation at the Driving Simulator Conference 2015, Tübingen, 16.09. – 18.09.2015.

    Will, S., Grein, M., Neukum, A., & Kaussner, A. (2015, April). Human factors research at the Wuerzburg institute for traffic sciences (WIVW) using SILAB scenario control. Presentation at VI-Grade Users Conference 2015, Triest, Italy.

    2014

    Will, S., Mark, C., Neukum, A., & Kaussner, A. (2014). Motorcycle-car multi-driver simulation  A new methodological approach towards increased powered two wheeler safety. In Institut für Zweiradsicherheit e.V. (Ed.). Abstracts of the 10th International Motorcycle Conference, Hannover, Germany (p.409-426). 

    Will, S. (2014, June). Den Fahrer im Fokus  Motorradforschung und Simulatorentwicklung am WIVW. Presenation at ifz Wissenschaftlerseminar.

    Will, S., Schmitz, M., & Mark, C. (2014, June). Am I in the blind spot?  Investigating riders skills. Presentation at European Conference on Human Centred Design for Intelligent Transport Systems, Vienna, Austria.

    Will, S., & Schmidt, E. A. (2014, June). Workload assessment for motorcycle riders. Presentation at European Conference on Human Centred Design for Intelligent Transport Systems, Vienna, Austria.

    2013

    Will, S., Metz, B., & Landau, A. (2013, March). Analyse von Naturalistic Driving Data - Stra_enklassen- und fahrmanvverspezifische Betrachtung als neuer methodischer Ansatz. In U. Ansorge, U., Kirchler, E., Lamm, C., & Leder, H. (Eds.). Abstracts of the 55. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP 2013), Vienna, Austria (p. 311). Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers. 

    Wege, C., Will, S., & Victor, T. (2013). Eye movement and brake reactions to real world brake-capacity forward collision warnings—A naturalistic driving study. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 58, 259-270.

    2012

    Buld, S., & Will, S. (2012, September). Effects of secondary tasks on workload in motorcycling- A simulator study. In Institut für Zweiradsicherheit e.V. (Ed.). Abstracts of the 9th international motorcycle conference, Cologne, Germany (p. 369-387). 

    Wege, C., Will, S., & Victor, T. (2012, August). Visual behavior effects on forward collision warnings in real traffic conditions - a field operational test study. In Abstracts of the 5th International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology (ICTTP), Groningen, Netherlands.

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