Brandon Schoettle is a Project Manager in UMTRI’s Human Factors Group. Since joining UMTRI in 2000, Mr. Schoettle has authored over 100 scientific articles and technical reports. His recent research with the Sustainable Worldwide Transportation (SWT) program focuses on international road-safety trends, changes in driver licensing and demographics, eco-driving strategies, Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards and CAFE performance, and monthly monitoring of new-vehicle fuel economy and emissions. Mr. Schoettle is the current project manager for the University of Michigan Eco-Driving Index, a national index that estimates the average monthly greenhouse gas emissions produced by new light-duty vehicles in the U.S. Mr. Schoettle is also the co-author of a series of reports focusing on international public opinion, human factors, and safety-related issues regarding connected and self-driving vehicles. He received a B.S. in Biopsychology & Cognitive Science from the University of Michigan.