Dr Oscar Oviedo Trespalacios

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Strategic Research Fellow

PhD (Queensland University of Technology)

Dr Oscar Oviedo-Trespalacios is a Strategic Research Fellow at the Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety-Queensland (CARRS-Q) with expertise in human factors and ergonomics, cognitive engineering, industrial safety, traffic safety, human-systems integration, and data analysis.

Projects

Additional information

Title
Safe Distractions? Taking the Danger out of Competing Activities
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
DE200101079
Start year
2020
Keywords
  • Predicting mobile phone engagement while driving based on roadway and environmental complexity
    PhD, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Mark King
  • What are the mechanisms by which roadside advertising impacts on driver inattention and distraction?
    PhD, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Barry Watson
  • The impact of the road environment and mobile phone distraction on driving behaviour
    MPhil, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Mark King
  • Applying a human factors approach to understanding bicycle peloton safety
    MPhil, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Mark King
  • The epidemiological and psychological risk of older pedestrian trauma and its association with elderly travel patterns and walking intentions
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Mark King
  • The Effect of Interrelationship among Built Environment, Safety and Security on Pedestrian Route Choice Behaviour
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Associate Professor Shimul (Md. Mazharul) Haque, Dr Md Kamruzzaman, Dr Mark King
  • Improving Drug Driving Deterrence
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Barry Watson, Professor Narelle Haworth