|Seit 10/2020||Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter in der Abteilung Human Factors am Institut für Psychologie und Pädagogik der Universität Ulm|
|2017-2019||Research Assistant, Smart Traffic Research Lab, Korea National University of Transportation, Uiwang, South Korea|
|2017-2019||Master of Science in Transportation System Engineering, Korea National University of Transportation, Uiwang, South Korea|
|2013-2016||Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering, Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Jamshoro Pakistan|
Mr Sarang Jokhio is currently a Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher and a doctoral student at Department of Human Factors. His current research is focused on human factors in Autonomous Vehicles under ‘SHAPE-IT’ project. More specifically he is investigating cooperative interaction strategies between Automated Vehicles and mixed motorized traffic. Before Arriving in Germany, he was a research assistant at Smart Traffic Research Lab at Korea National University of Transportation (KNUT), South Korea. He completed his Master of Science degree in Transportation System Engineering from KNUT in August, 2019. During his Masters in South Korea he worked on different projects funded by Korean National Police Agency and other government organisations. Most of his work during masters was focused on development and calibration of microscopic traffic simulation models. He also worked on two other projects related to traffic safety and driver psychology. During his Masters, he got interested in automate vehicles and human factors research. He then completed his master’s thesis on intersection control for connected and autonomous vehicles. Mr. Jokhio also holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Jamshoro, Pakistan.
- Interaction and cooperation between automated vehicles and motorized road users
- Human Factors
- Traffic safety