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Timothy Brown


 

Dr. Timothy Brown has been working in the driving research field since 1994 and has extensive experience in the design, development, conduct and analysis of driving research studies. His academic and research career has focused on in-vehicle systems, warning systems, medical considerations in driving, and modeling driver performance. Recent work has focused on evaluating vehicle systems to better understand potential safety benefits. He has served as an investigator or as principal investigator on a series of large scale simulator projects and has overseen the recruitment of thousands of participants. He is the author of dozens of journal articles, conference papers, and technical reports, and a recipient of the Jerome H. Ely Award for the best article published in Volume 44 of Human Factors for 2002. Dr. Brown is a member of the National Academies Transportation Research Board User Information Systems Committee, chair of the Joint Subcommittee on the Human Factors of In-Vehicle Systems, and chaired of the human factors workshop planning committee for the 2015 Annual meeting. Additionally, Dr. Brown is a member of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine. Dr. Brown is also a member of the University of Iowa’s Behavioral/Social Sciences Institutional Review Board.

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McDonald, A., Lee, J., Schwarz, C., Brown, T. (2014). Steering in a Random Forest Ensemble Learning for Detecting Drowsiness-Related Lane Departures. Human Factors, Aug 2014, 986-998.
Gaffney, G., Brown, T., Schmitt, R., Spurgin, A. (2014, May). Bulk Cannabis Sativa plant Material IND 115085:IND Annual Report 2014.
Kay, G., Ahmad, O., Brown, T., Veit, A. (2013, September). Comparison of the miniSim and STISim Driving Simulators for the Detection of Impairment: An Alcohol Validation Study. Paper presented at 7th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors.
Lee, J., Moeckli, J., Brown, T., Roberts, S., Victor, T., Marshall, D., Schwarz, C., Nadler, E. (2013, July). Detection of driver distraction using vision-based algorithms. Paper presented at 23rd International Enhanced Safety of Vehicles Conference.
Brown, T., Lee, J., Schwarz, C., Fiorentino, D., McDonald, A., Traube, E., Nadler, E. (2013, May). Detection of driver Impairment from drowsiness. Paper presented at 23rd International Enhanced Safety of Vehicles Conference.
Wilkinson, M., Brown, T., Ahmad, O. (2012). The NADS Description and Capabilities in Vision-Related Reserach. Optometry, Dec 2012, 82-85.
McDonald, A., Schwarz, C., Lee, J., Brown, T. L. (2012, October). Real-Time Detection of Drowsiness Related Lane Departures Using Steering Wheel Angle. Paper presented at Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting.
Lee, J. D., McGehee, D. V., Brown, T. L., Richard, C. M., Ahmad, O., Ward, N. J., Hallmark, S., Lee, J. (2011). Matching Simulator Characteristics to Highway Design Problems. Transportation Research Board, Dec 2011.
Lee, J. D., Fiorentino, D., Reyes, M., Brown, T. L., Ahmad, O., Dufour, R., Fell, J., Ward, N. (2010, May). IMPACT Task 2: Final Report - Appendices for Final Report.
Lee, J. D., Fiorentino, D., Reyes, M., Brown, T. L., Ahmad, O., Dufour, R., Fell, J., Ward, N. (2010, May). IMPACT Task 2: Final Report.
Brown, T., He, Y., Roe, C., Schnell, T. (2010). Is More Better? Night Vision Enhancement System's Pedestrian Warning Modes and Older Drivers. Annals of Advances in Automotive Medicine, Jan 2010, 343-350.
Brown, T., Fiorentino, D., Salisbury, S. E., Lee, J., Moeckli, J. (2009, February). Final Task 1 letter report: Advanced vehicle-based countermeasures for alcohol-related crashes.
Dow, B., Brown, T., Roe, C., Schwarz, C., Bonefas, Z., Duncan, J., Sanchez, J. (2007, September). Investigating the immediate effects of periodic alerts to assist in maintenance of vigilance during automated vehicle operation. Paper presented at Driving Simulation Conference-North America 2007.
Roe, C., Brown, T., Watson, G. (2007, September). Factors associated with simulator sickness in a high-fidelity simulator. Paper presented at Driving Simulation Conference-North America 2007.
Lee, J., McGehee, D., Brown, T., Nakamoto, J. (2007). Driver sensitivity to brake pulse duration and magnitude. Ergonomics, Jun 2007, 828-836.
Papelis, Y. E., Brown, T., Watson, G., Holtz, D., Pan, W. (2004, June). Study of ESC Assisted Driver Performance Using a Driving Simulator.
Weiler, J. M., Bloomfield, J. R., Woodworth, G. G., Grant, A. R., Layton, T. A., Brown, T. L., McKenzie, D. R., Baker, T. W., Watson, G. S. (2000). Effects of Fexofenadine, Diphenhydramine and Alcohol on Driving Performance: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial in the Iowa Driving Simulator. AIM 132(5), Mar 2000, 337-344.

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