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Biography

Mr. Martin Dorynek has been working as a research assistant at the Department of Ergonomics since May 2019. He studied mechanical engineering with a focus on modeling and calculation at the Technical University of Hamburg.

His special interest in the mobility sector developed after some internships and working student jobs in the research and development departments at different OEMs.

He completed his master's degree in vehicle and combustion technology at the Technical University of Munich.

He completed his studies with the master thesis "Development of a Methodology for The Determination of Individual, Anthropometric Comfort Areas at Car Seats".

In collaboration with Audi AG and the Chair of Ergonomics he researched influencing variables for the objective comfort assessment of car seats.

In the research project DELFIN he deals with the dynamic evaluation of vehicle occupants. The focus is on the simulative evaluation of the vehicle ingress.

Courses

Winter term 2021/22

Course no.TitleLecturer (assistant)
240343298Practical studies with RAMSIS

Publications

2022

  • Bengler, Klaus; Dorynek, Martin; Deschner, Niklas: Was darf mit? Was muss draußen bleiben? Untersuchung der Gepäck- und Güteraufbewahrungsmöglichkeiten bei On-Demand-Mobilität-Angeboten. Der Nahverkehr-die technisch-betriebliche ÖPNV-Zeitschrift (4), 2022, 77--80 more…
  • Dorynek, Martin; Aumüller, Analena; Ma, Jessica; Rathsack, Björn; Weidmann, Julian; Bengler, Klaus: Mobility on Demand for Everybody—Investigation of the Current Challenges in Establishing Ride-Pooling Services for Persons with Mobility Impairments in Germany. Disabilities 2 (2), 2022, 247-263 more…
  • Dorynek, Martin; Derle, Lisa-Theres; Fleischer, Martin; Thanos, Alex; Weinmann, Paul; Schreiber, Michael; Schumann, Sebastian; Tunc, Tolga; Bengler, Klaus: Potential Analysis for a New Vehicle Class in the Use Case of Ride-Pooling: How New Model Developments Could Satisfy Customers and Mobility Makers. Vehicles 4 (1), 2022, 199-218 more…

2021

  • Dorynek, Martin; Guthardt, Anne; Bengler, Klaus: Developing a Standard One-Fits-All Boarding Assistance System as a Universal Accessibility Solution. In: Proceedings of the 21st Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2021). Springer International Publishing, 2021 more…
  • Dorynek, Martin; Weinmann, Paul; Bengler, Klaus: Warum die Veränderung der Mobilität noch länger dauern könnte, als viele gehofft hatten. Bewertung der eingesetzten Fahrzeuge auf dem deutschen Ridepooling-Markt. GfA 67. Frühjahrkongress. Arbeitswissenschaftlichen Kongress, GfA-Press, 2021Ruhr-Universität Bochum more…
  • Dorynek, Martin; Winkler, Julia; Brettschneider, Stefan; Weinmann, Paul; Bengler, Klaus: How Long Do We Have to Wait for Ergonomic Autonomous On-Demand Mobility? A Benchmark and Expert Study about Shuttles in Europe. Peoceedings of the 27th ITS World Congress 2021, 2021Hamburg, Germany more…
  • Dorynek, Martin; Zhang, Hongtao; Hofmann, Norman; Bengler, Klaus: New Approaches to Movement Evaluation Using Accurate Truck Ingress Data. In: Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management. Human Body, Motion and Behavior. Springer International Publishing, 2021 more…