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M.Sc. Bianca Biebl

Chair of Ergonomics (Prof. Bengler)

Postal address

Postal:
Boltzmannstr. 15
85747 Garching b. München

Biography

Bianca Biebl joined the Chair of Ergonomics as a research assistant in November 2019. She studied Psychology at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich and completed her master's degree there with a focus on neuropsychology. In her master's thesis, she investigated the influence of the subjective body center on the accuracy of manual movement trajectories. Currently, Ms. Biebl is working on the gaze and driving behavior of visually impaired drivers and the development of a cooperative human-machine system to compensate for visual impairments as part of a DFG funded project. Her research interests also include the intended use of highly automated vehicles and the modeling of driver behavior in intersections.

 

Publications

2022

  • Biebl, Bianca; Arcidiacono, Elena; Kacianka, Severin; Rieger, Jochem W.; Bengler, Klaus: Opportunities and Limitations of a Gaze-Contingent Display to Simulate Visual Field Loss in Driving Simulator Studies. Frontiers in Neuroergonomics 3, 2022 more…
  • Trende, Alexander; Unni, Anirudh; Jablonski, Mischa; Biebl, Bianca; Lüdtke, Andreas; Fränzle, Martin; Rieger, Jochem W.: Driver's turning intent recognition model based on brain activation and contextual information. Frontiers in Neuroergonomics 3, 2022 more…
  • Unni, Anirudh; Trende, Alexander; Pauley, Claire; Weber, Lars; Biebl, Bianca; Kacianka, Severin; Lüdtke, Andreas; Bengler, Klaus; Pretschner, Alexander; Fränzle, Martin; Rieger, Jochem W.: Investigating Differences in Behavior and Brain in Human-Human and Human-Autonomous Vehicle Interactions in Time-Critical Situations. Frontiers in Neuroergonomics 3, 2022 more…

2021

  • Biebl, Bianca; Bengler, Klaus: I Spy with My Mental Eye – Analyzing Compensatory Scanning in Drivers with Homonymous Visual Field Loss. In: Proceedings of the 21st Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2021). Springer International Publishing, 2021 more…
  • Biebl, Bianca; Kacianka, Severin; Unni, Anirudh; Trende, Alexander; Rieger, Jochem W.; Lüdtke, Andreas; Pretschner, Alexander; Bengler, Klaus: A Causal Model of Intersection-Related Collisions for Drivers With and Without Visual Field Loss. In: Stephanidis, C et al (Ed.): HCI International 2021 - Late Breaking Papers: HCI Applications in Health, Transport, and Industry. Springer International Publishing, 2021 more…
  • Boos, Annika; Emmermann, Birte; Biebl, Bianca; Feldhütter, Anna; Fröhlich, Martin; Bengler, Klaus: Information Depth in a Video Tutorial on the Intended Use of Automated Driving. In: Proceedings of the 21st Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2021). Springer International Publishing, 2021 more…
  • Hess, David J.; Lee, Dasom; Biebl, Bianca; Fränzle, Martin; Lehnhoff, Sebastian; Neema, Himanshu; Niehaus, Jürgen; Pretschner, Alexander; Sztipanovits, Janos: A comparative, sociotechnical design perspective on Responsible Innovation: multidisciplinary research and education on digitized energy and Automated Vehicles. Journal of Responsible Innovation Volume 8 (1), 2021, 1-24 more…