Maria Klingegård (f. Nilsson) joined the cooperative systems group in January 2011. Her research interest lays in, capturing and supporting, the cooperation between humans and new transport technology such as the use of automated vehicles and electric vehicles. The work involves teory and method development as well as capturing existing usage patterns of transport technology.
Maria has a background in Human Factors, Cognitive Science and Human Computer Interaction with a specialisation in Information Fusion and complex socio-technical systems used to support decision-making. As a PhD, Maria worked on the development of a method, which captures the interaction between humans and the technology they use to support their decision-making within the domain of Information Fusion, denoted CASADEMA. Maria further holds an MSc in Human Computer Interaction with Ergonomics from the University Collage London, England and a BSc in Cognitive Science from the University of Skövde, Sweden