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Name: Christopher D. D. Cabrall       Email: c.d.d.cabrall@tudelft.nl

Birth: Berkeley, California                   Nationality: USA                                    

Position:
Marie Curie Research Fellow
PhD student in Human Factors of Automated Driving
www.hf-auto.eu

Professional Profile:
I specialize in human automation interaction research and design.
My professional background and interests include: human factors,
functional allocation, cognitive psychology, usability, user experience,
decision support tools, interface test and evaluation, simulation,
prototypes, transfer of training, augmented reality, and tele-remote operated driving.

Work Experience:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TyUZhwXTLrRF9G_jMusKGCJzPSM&usp=sharing

My favorite scientific figure

We often get challenged to explain why the human (and human factors research) is still relevant in the face of advanced automation/autonomous or otherwise intelligent technology. If computers are doing the work, doesn’t this simply absolve human involvement and consideration, ipso facto? Can’t we just automate the human out of it? How do things like interface design, mental models, human states and knowledge come into play? What does psychology offer to engineering?

The answer is that (aside from the fact that humans for now continue to mostly be the ones building such systems up from the inside) there is  a lot  going on at the outside of the core technology at hand. Essentially, most technology is still and probably will be for a long time, built by and for humans to consume/use.

Figure from: Sheridan (2011). Adaptive automation, level of automation, allocation authority, supervisory control, and adaptive control: Distinctions and modes of adaptation. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, Cybernetics-Part A: Systems and Humans, vol.41(4), pgs. 662-667

Snapshots from Portfolio of Work

Delft University of Technology

The Tortuous Case of the Tesla Autopilot

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Desktop driving eye tracking research

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Dashcam videos for experiments in driving safety

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Human factors aspects of tele-remote operated driving

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NASA Ames Research Center (SJSURF)

Storyboards and cognitive walkthroughs for ATC aircraft conflict resolution strategies

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Human systems integration research for ATD1 (IM-TAPSS)

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Setup and conduct of multi-participant NextGen aviation human-automation interaction simulations

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Research concepts to reduce departure delays at LGA airport

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Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (DOT)

Driving simulator creation, customization, and operational support for US airports (CAK, CLT, HNL, MHT, PVD, RIC)

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Coding and classification of severity of runway incursion scenarios

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Audio/Visual technical field support for 75+ simultaneous participants in Boston North Station train egress experiment

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Developed Research Software/Code

Customizable Visual N-back GUI: Driver distraction/cognitive loading task (e.g., secondary task) 

 

Application information:

nback_GUI v 1.0 (June 5th, 2017)

A flexible programmable secondary task is provided as a modified version of N-Back. This GUI allows the experimenter to setup a visual manual N-back task that requires participants to key in responses when presented with a prompt “?????” asking them what was the target number seen 1 time, 2 times, or 3 times ago. Automatic scoring and auditory feedback is pre-programmed for correct and incorrect responses. The experimenter can customize the target values, intervals between targets, and amount of targets, and/or pre-load a provided set. Various display information items can be toggled on/off including: a running score, the last number the user responded with, the correct answer (whether from 1, 2, or 3 times ago), the table of target intervals and target values. From such customizable features, this N-Back secondary task can be adjusted in terms of difficulty/ease as needed (e.g., with more or less burden on memory).

Documentation file available at = readme.txt
Standalone executable and source code files available for free from Zenodo = http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.891531
Please cite as:
Christopher Cabrall. (2017, September 15). cddcabrall/nback_GUI: nback_GUI. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.891531

 

Video of application in use: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SlUPseabxwU

note: use volume controls to hear the auditory feedback

 

 

Driver State Monitor: Real time eye tracking classification of distraction, drowsiness, and/or cognitive Load

Application information:

“A multi-state driver monitoring system has been developed and demonstrated at the IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC) (Cabrall et al., 2016). This system (DSM 1) was programmed with classification criteria from previous driving safety literature and studies as described per driver state sub-sections below. DSM 1 functions by simultaneously processing eye-behaviour data through three separate analyses to detect non-mutually exclusive sub-states of driver distraction, drowsiness, and/or cognitive overload. DSM 1 consequentially triggers and raises a general elevated detection of off-nominal driver eyes based on the presence of any of these compromised driver states.”

Documentation file available at = PDF download  DSM1_summary.pdf
(MATLAB R2014b 32-bit) Simulink model source code files available at = http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.893325
Please cite as:
Christopher Cabrall. (2017, September 16). cddcabrall/driver-state-monitor_aberrant-eyes: driver-state-monitor_aberrant-eyes. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.893325

Working Papers as First Author

Cabrall, C.D.D., Sheridan, T.B., de Winter, J.C.F., & Happee, R. (WIP). A model for driving task distribution: The functional allocation cube for agency and vehicle number, location, and level of human and automation control. Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Intelligent Human Systems Integration: Integrating People and Intelligent Systems, Dubai, UAE.

Cabrall, C.D.D., de Winter, J.C.F., Stapel, J., Shyrokau, B., & Happee, R. (WIP). Simulated tele-remote driving: Performance of the driver and acceptance from the rider. TBD.

Cabrall, C.D.D., & de Winter, J.C.F. (WIP). Implicit backup or explicit on-demand: Experimental trials of automated driving you didn’t ask for or know you needed. Human Factors.

Cabrall, C.D.D., Matthias, R.B., Happee, R., & de Winter, J.C.F. (WIP). Proactive prevention of driver disengagement. Driving Automation and Autonomy: Thematic issue of Theorectical Issues in Ergonomics (TIES).

Cabrall, C.D.D., Pijnenburg, J., Happee, R., & de Winter, J.C.F. (WIP). Enhanced vigilance by avoiding the arbitrary in augmented HMI. TBD.

Cabrall, C.D.D., de Winter, J.C.F., Manca, L., Petermeijer, S.M., Eriksson, A., Bazilinskyy, P., Petrovych, V., & Happee, R. (WIP). A survey of human machine interfaces in automated driving. IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems.  

*Eisma, Y.B., *Cabrall, C.D.D., & de Winter, J.C.F. (WIP). Visual sampling processes revisited: Replicating and extending Senders (1983) using modern eye-tracking equipment. IEEE Transactions on Human Machine Systems.

Cabrall, C.D.D., & de Winter, J.C.F. (WIP). Customizable N-Back GUI Tool. TBD.

 

*Joint first authors

 

 

Working Papers as Co-Author

*Eisma, Y.B., *de Winter, J.C.F., Cabrall, C.D.D., Hancock, P.A., Stanton, N.A. (WIP). Situation awareness and overt bodily expression. Human Factors.

*Kovacsova, N., Cabrall, C.D.D., Antonisse, S.J., de Haan, T., van Namen, R., Nooren, J.L., Schreurs, R., Hagenzieker, M.P., & de Winter, J.C.F. (WIP). Where do cyclists look while approaching an uncontrolled intersection? A desktop-based eye-tracking study. TBD.

Schneider, S., Cabrall, C.D.D., Petermeijer, S.M., Bengler, K. (WIP). Effects of expectation and driving style on trust in highly automated automated vehicles. TBD.

Janssen, N.M., Cabrall, C.D.D., & de Winter, J.C.F. (WIP). Adaptive transitions of driving control using eye tracking: backup automation vs. forced manual. TBD.

 

*Joint first authors

 

 

Publications as First Author

PDF download  Cabrall, C.D.D., Lu, Z., Kyriakidis, M., Manca, L., Dijksterhuis, C., Happee, R., & de Winter, J.C.F. (in press). Validity and reliability of naturalistic driving scene categorization judgments from crowdsourcing. Accident Analysis & Prevention, Special Issue, Selected proceedings of the 2016 Road Safety on Five Continents (RS5C) Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aap.2017.08.036

PDF download  Cabrall, C.D.D., Happee, R., & de Winter, J.C.F. (2017). What makes driving difficult? Perceived effort and eye measures follow visibile semantic complexity factors. Proceedings of the Road Safety and Simulation International Conference, the Hague, the Netherlands.

PDF download  Cabrall, C.D.D., Petrovych, V., & Happee, R. (2017). Looking at drivers and passengers to inform driver state monitoring of in and out of the loop. In N.A. Stanton (Ed.), Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation, Springer International Publishing, pgs. 695-707. publisher full text.

PDF download  Cabrall, C.D.D., Happee, R., & de Winter, J.C.F. (2016). Similarity and differences between driving scenes: Objective and subjective descriptions in support of automated driving interactions. Poster presented at: Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter (HFES Europe), Czech Republic, Prague. http://www.hfes-europe.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Cabrall2016poster.pdf

PDF download  Cabrall, C.D.D., Janssen, N., Goncalves, J., Morando, A., Sassman, M., & de Winter, J.C.F. (2016). Eye-based driver state monitor of distraction, drowsiness, and cognitive load for transitions of control in automated driving. IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC), Budapest, Hungary.

PDF download  Cabrall, C.D.D., Happee, R., & de Winter, J.C.F. (2016). From Mackworth’s clock to the open road: A literature review on driver vigilance task operationalization. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behavior, vol. 40, pgs. 169-189.

PDF download  C. D. Cabrall, A. N. Gomez, J. R. Homola, S. M. Hunt, L. H. Martin, J. . Mercer, & T. . Prevot (2013) Transitioning Resolution Responsibility between the Controller and Automation Team in Simulated NextGen Separation Assurance, Proceedings of the Electronic Navigation Research Institute International Workshop on ATM/CNS (EIWAC 2013), Tokyo, Japan Click to read more

PDF download  C. D. Cabrall, T. J. Callantine, M. . Kupfer, L. H. Martin, & J. . Mercer (2012) Controller-managed spacing within mixed-equipage arrival operations involving Flight-Deck Interval Management, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, San Francisco, CA July Click to read more

PDF download  C. D. Cabrall, L. H. Martin, P. U. Lee, & K. K. Jobe (2009) Exploration of human factors issues within a future separation assurance concept, Proceedings of the 28th Digital Avionics Systems Conference, Orlando, FL Click to read more

PDF download  C.D.D. Cabrall (2010). Aircraft deconfliction responsibility across en route sectors in NextGen separation assurance. Master’sThesis, San Jose State University, San Jose, California.

 

 

Publications as Co-Author

PDF download  Lu, Z., Happee, R., Cabrall, C.D.D., Kyriakidis, M., & de Winter, J.C.F. (2016). Human factors of transitions in automated driving: A general framework and literature survey. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behavior, 43, pgs. 183-198.

PDF download  Marquart, G., Cabrall, C.D.D., & de Winter, J.C.F. (2015). Review of eye-related measures of drivers’ mental workload. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE), Las Vegas, NV. 2854-2861.

PDF download  P. U. Lee, N. M. Smith, J. R. Homola, C. L. Brasil, N. J. Buckley, C. D. Cabrall, E. . Chevalley, B. K. Parke, & H. . Yoo (2015) Reducing Departure Delays at LaGuardia Airport with Departure-Sensitive Arrival Spacing (DSAS) Operations, Eleventh USA/Europe Air Traffic Management Research and Development Seminar, ATM2015 (Paper 535), EUROCONTROL/FAA. Lisbon, Portugal Click to read more

PDF download  T. Prevot, T. J. Callantine, P. U. Lee, J. . Mercer, J. R. Homola, L. H. Martin, C. L. Brasil, & C. D. Cabrall (2014) An Overview of Current Capabilities and Research Activities in the Airspace Operations Laboratory at NASA Ames Research Center, Proceedings of the AIAA Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations Conference, June 16-20, 2014, Atlanta, GA Click to read more

PDF download  J. . Mercer, J. R. Homola, C. D. Cabrall, L. H. Martin, S. E. Morey, A. N. Gomez, & T. . Prevot (2014) Human-Automation Cooperation for Separation Assurance in Future NextGen Environments, Proceedings of the International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace Conference (HCI-Aero 2014), Santa Clara, CA Click to read more

PDF download  J. R. Homola, S. E. Morey, C. D. Cabrall, L. H. Martin, J. . Mercer, & T. . Prevot (2013) Analysis of Interactive Conflict Resolution Tool Usage in a Mixed Equipage Environment, Proceedings of AIAA Guidance Navigation and Control Conference 2013, Boston, Massachusetts Click to read more

PDF download  S. E. Morey, T. . Prevot, J. . Mercer, L. H. Martin, N. . Bienert, C. D. Cabrall, S. M. Hunt, & J. M. Kraut (2013) Controller Strategies for Automation Tool Use under Varying Levels of Trajectory Prediction Uncertainty, Proceedings from AIAA Aviation 2013, Los Angeles, California Click to read more

PDF download  M. . Kupfer, C. D. Cabrall, T. J. Callantine, J. R. Homola, & J. . Mercer (2013) Designing Scenarios for Controller-in-the-Loop Air Traffic Simulations, Submitted for approval to Proceedings of AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference 2013, Boston, Massachusetts Click to read more

PDF download  A. N. Gomez, L. H. Martin, J. R. Homola, S. E. Morey, C. D. Cabrall, J. . Mercer, & T. . Prevot (2013) Investigating the Complexity of Transitioning Separation Assurance Tools into NextGen Air Traffic Control , 32nd Digital Avionics Systems Conference, 6-10 october 2013, Syracuse, New York Click to read more

PDF download  N. M. Smith, B. K. Parke, P. U. Lee, J. R. Homola, C. L. Brasil, N. J. Buckley, C. D. Cabrall, E. . Chevalley, C. . Lin, S. E. Morey, F. G. Omar, D. . Rein-Weston, & H. . Yoo (2013) NextGen Operations in a Simulated NY Area Airspace, 32nd Digital Avionics Systems Conference, Syracuse, NY Click to read more

PDF download  D. . Wing, T. . Prevot, T. . Lewis, L. H. Martin, S. . Johnson, C. D. Cabrall, S. . Commo, J. R. Homola, S. . Sheth Chandra, J. . Mercer, & S. E. Morey (2013) Pilot and Controller Evaluations of Separation Function Allocation in Air Traffic Management, Tenth USA/Europe Air Traffic Management Research and Development Seminar (ATM2013), 10-13 June 2013, Chicago, Illinois Click to read more

PDF download  L. H. Martin, J. . Mercer, T. J. Callantine, M. . Kupfer, & C. D. Cabrall (2012) Air traffic controllers’ control strategies in the terminal area under off-nominal conditions, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, San Francisco, July Click to read more

PDF download  J. R. Homola, P. U. Lee, H. . Lee, C. L. Brasil, S. . Gregg, M. J. Mainini, L. H. Martin, C. D. Cabrall, & J. . Mercer (2012) Design and Evaluation of a Corridors-in-the-sky Concept: The Benefits and Feasibility of Adding Highly Structured Routes to a Mixed Equipage Environment, AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference, 13-16 August 2012, Minneapolis, Minnesota Click to read more

PDF download  T. J. Callantine, C. D. Cabrall, M. . Kupfer, L. H. Martin, J. . Mercer, & T. . Prevot (2012) Initial investigations of controller tools and procedures for schedule-based arrival operations with mixed Flight-Deck Interval Management equipage, Proceedings of the 12th AIAA Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations (ATIO) Conference, Indianapolis, September Click to read more

PDF download  S. . Gregg, L. H. Martin, J. R. Homola, P. U. Lee, J. . Mercer, C. L. Brasil, C. D. Cabrall, & H. . Lee (2012) Shifts in Air Traffic Controllers’ Situation Awareness during High Altitude Mixed Equipage Operations, 56th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Boston, MA. October Click to read more

PDF download  T. . Prevot, J. R. Homola, L. H. Martin, J. . Mercer, & C. D. Cabrall (2012) Toward Automated Air Traffic Control-Investigating a Fundamental Paradigm Shift in Human/Systems Interaction, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 28:2, 77-98, Special Issue on NextGen Click to read more

PDF download  J. R. Homola, L. H. Martin, J. . Mercer, C. D. Cabrall, & T. . Prevot (2011) Allocation of Functions in a Far-Term Air Traffic Control Environment, Proceedings of the 30th Digital Avionics Systems Conference, Seattle, Washington Click to read more

PDF download  T. . Prevot, J. R. Homola, L. H. Martin, J. . Mercer, & C. D. Cabrall (2011) Automated Air Traffic Control Operations with Weather and Time-Constraints, Ninth USA/Europe Air Traffic Management Research and Development Seminar, ATM2011 (Paper 132), EUROCONTROL/FAA. Berlin, Germany, June 2011 Click to read more

PDF download  T. . Prevot, J. . Mercer, L. H. Martin, J. R. Homola, C. D. Cabrall, & C. L. Brasil (2011) Evaluation of High Density Air Traffic Operations with Automation for Separation Assurance, Weather Avoidance and Schedule Conformance, AIAA-2011-6890 11th AIAA Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations (ATIO) Conference, Virginia Beach, VA, Sep. 20-22, 2011 Click to read more

PDF download  T. J. Callantine, C. D. Cabrall, M. . Kupfer, L. H. Martin, & J. . Mercer (2011) Investigating the Impact of Off-Nominal Events on High-Density ‘Green’ Arrivals, Proceedings of the 30th IEEE/AIAA Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC), Seattle, WA, 2011 Click to read more

PDF download  J. R. Homola, T. . Prevot, J. . Mercer, C. L. Brasil, L. H. Martin, & C. D. Cabrall (2010) A Controller-in-the-Loop Simulation of Ground-Based Automated Separation Assurance in a NextGen Environment, Proceedings of the Electronic Navigation Research Institute International Workshop on ATM/CNS (EIWAC 2010), Tokyo, Japan Click to read more

PDF download  T. . Prevot, J. . Mercer, L. H. Martin, J. R. Homola, C. D. Cabrall, & C. L. Brasil (2010) Evaluation of NextGen Air Traffic Control Operations with Automated Separation Assurance, International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace Conference (HCI-Aero 2010), Cape Canaveral, FL Click to read more

PDF download  P. U. Lee, T. B. Sheridan, J. . Poage, L. H. Martin, C. D. Cabrall, & K. K. Jobe (2010) Identification and characterization of key human performance issues and research in the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen), (NASA Contractor Report – 216390). Moffett Field, CA: NASA Ames Research Center Click to read more

L. H. Martin, C. D. Cabrall, P. U. Lee, & K. K. Jobe (2010) Potential human factors issues in NextGen ATC concepts, Proceedings of the 3rd AFHE International Conference, Miami, FL, July, 2010 Click to read more

PDF download  J. R. Homola, T. . Prevot, J. . Mercer, M. J. Mainini, & C. D. Cabrall (2009) Human/Automation Response Strategies in Tactical Conflict Situations, Proceedings of the 28th Digital Avionics Systems Conference, Orlando, Florida Click to read more

PDF download  T. . Prevot, J. R. Homola, J. . Mercer, M. J. Mainini, & C. D. Cabrall (2009) Initial Evaluation of Air/Ground Operations with Ground-Based Automated Separation Assurance, Proceedings of the 8th USA/Europe Air Traffic Management Research and Development Seminar, Napa, CA. Click to read more

 

 

Publications as Acknowledgment

PDF download Chase, S., & Donohoe, C. (2007). Constructing a low-cost ground vehicle driving simulator at an airport. U.S. Department of Transportation, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center. Final Report. DOT/FAA/AR-07/59. DOT-VNTSC-FAA-07-10.

PDF download Rottman, B.M., Ahn, W.K., Sanislow, C., & Kim, N.S. (2009). Can clinicians recognize DSM-IV personality disorders from five factor model descriptions of patient cases? The American Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 166 (4), April, pgs. 427-433.

PDF download Markos, S., & Pollard, J.K. (2015). Passenger train emergency systems: Single-level commuter rail car egress experiments. U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Railroad Administration. Final Report. DOT/FRA/ORD-15/04. DOT-VNTSC-FRA-12-05.

 

 

 

Driving Style Acceptance Study (duration: about 5 minutes)

Click on a condition group link below to participate.
Please use only one. Order is randomized.