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Dr Shuo Li
Professor Phil Blythe
Dr Yanghanzi Zhang
Simon Edwards
Dr Jin Xing
et al.
Should older people be considered a homogeneous group when interacting with level 3 automated vehicles?2021
Dr Yanghanzi Zhang
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Phil Blythe
Dr Andrew Zealand
Dr Shuo Li
et al.
Co-digestion of microalgae with potato processing waste and glycerol: Effect of glycerol addition on methane production and the microbial community2020
Dr Shuo Li
Professor Phil Blythe
Dr Anil Namdeo
Simon Edwards
Dr Paul Goodman
et al.
Evaluation of the effects of age-friendly human-machine interfaces on the driver’s takeover performance in highly automated vehicles2019
Dr Shuo Li
Professor Phil Blythe
Dr Anil Namdeo
Investigating the effects of age and disengagement in driving on driver’s takeover control performance in highly automated vehicles2019
Dr Shuo Li
Professor Phil Blythe
Dr Anil Namdeo
Investigation of older drivers' requirements of the human-machine interaction in highly automated vehicles2019
Dr Shuo Li
Professor Phil Blythe
Simon Edwards
Dr Paul Goodman
Dr Graeme Hill
et al.
Investigation of the influence of multitasking on drivers’ takeover performance in highly automated vehicles2019
Dr Mohammad Rajaeifar
Dr Oliver Heidrich
Professor Phil Blythe
Dr Graeme Hill
The limited impact electro mobility will have on reaching climate change mitigation targets2019
Dr Graeme Hill
Dr Oliver Heidrich
Professor Phil Blythe
The role of electric vehicles in near-term mitigation pathways and achieving the UK's carbon budget2019
Professor Phil Blythe
Exploring Contributing Factors to the Usage of Ridesourcing and Regular Taxi Services with High-Resolution GPS Data Set2018
Professor Phil Blythe
Future of Mobility: A view of the DfT’s direction of travel2018
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