ICTCT

"Don't wait for accidents to happen"

GSTALTER, Herbert

CURRICULUM VITAE

Born in Lüneburg, Germany 1951

Qualifications

• 1977 Graduated in psychology at the Technical University of Braunschweig
• 1983 Ph.D. at the Technical University of Braunschweig with a thesis on the Traffic Conflicts Technique

Professional activities

• 1978-1981 Research Assistant at the Institute of Applied Psychology, Technical University of Braunschweig
• 1979, 1983 Joining calibration studies on traffic conflicts in Rouen and Malmö
• 1981-1990 Researcher and lecturer at the Institute of Psychology at the Technical University Munich
• Since 1990 free lance work in engineering psychology, occupational and traffic safety as a researcher, trainer and consultant
• Since 2001 staff member at mensch-verkehr-umwelt, Institute of Applied Psychology, Munich

Main areas of interest

• Road traffic safety (measuring safety, observation methods, driver and task modelling, ITS and safety)
• Human factors (man-machine interaction, interface design and evaluation, usability, reliability)

Publications

• Fastenmeier, W. & Gstalter, H. (2010). Reliability of drivers in urban intersections. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42, 225-234.
• Fastenmeier, W. & Gstalter, H. (2010). The human reliability approach in road traffic safety. In Krems, J.F., Petzold, T. und Henning, M.(Eds.): Proceedings of the European Conference on human centered design for intelligent transport systems, Berlin (pp. 435-444). Lyon: HUMANIST publications.
• Gstalter, H. & Fastenmeier, W. (2008). Thirty years of traffic safety research. A personal retrospective of concepts and methods. In H. Monterde I Bort & D. Moreno-Ribas (Eds.): Towards future traffic safety research. Proceedings of the 20th ICTCT workshop, pp. 198-208, Valencia: Palmero Editiones.
• Fastenmeier, W. & Gstalter, H. (2008). Applications of a new tool in driver task analysis (SAFE). In H. Monterde I Bort & D. Moreno-Ribas (Eds.): Towards future traffic safety research. Proceedings of the 20th workshop in Valencia, pp. 209-223. Valencia: Palmero Editiones.
• Fastenmeier, W. & Gstalter, H. (2007). Driving task analysis as a tool in traffic research and practise. Safety Science, 45, 952-979.

For a list of publications see www.mensch-verkehr-umwelt.de/veroeff.html

Publications at ICTCT workshops

1993. Salzburg
Applications of error data in traffic safety evaluation: a review on our recent field studies Click to download file! FASTENMEIER, Wolfgang; GSTALTER, Herbert
Driver reliability and traffic safety: the use of error data in assessing road traffic informatics (rti) Click to download file! GSTALTER, Herbert
1991. Vienna
Driving tasks and new information technologies Click to download file! FASTENMEIER, Wolfgang; GSTALTER, Herbert
Safety impacts of in-car navigation systems Click to download file! FASTENMEIER, Wolfgang; GSTALTER, Herbert
1990. Krakow
A behaviour and interaction study for assessing safety impacts of a new electronic car equipment Click to download file! GSTALTER, Herbert
October 25 – 26. 2007. Valencia
Thirty years of traffic safety research: A personal retrospective of concepts and methods Click to see abstract! ABSTR
Click to download file! Paper
Click to download file! Pres
GSTALTER, Herbert

Address:

Mensch-Verkehr-Umwelt
Germany
Stiftsbogen 75, 81375 München, German
D-80539 München
Phone: int + 897409761
E-mail: gstalter@mnet-online.de

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