Brandon Schoettle is a Project Manager in UMTRI’s Human Factors Group. He is the co-author of an ongoing series of technical reports (white papers) investigating international public opinion, human factors, cybersecurity, regulatory, and safety-related issues regarding self-driving/automated and connected vehicles. Other recent research has focused on: international road-safety trends; extensive human-subject testing experience in designing and leading studies to assess driver preferences and performance (including driver vision, driver feedback, and HMI topics) with on-road testing, closed-track testing, laboratory experiments, and driving simulator experiments; benchmarking (in both laboratory and field) of automotive lighting and vision systems, including application and development of applicable FMVSS, SAE, and ECE standards and regulations. Significant public speaking and national and international media interview experience including NBC Nightly News, NPR, Time, The New York Times, CNN, Bloomberg, Quartz, and Automotive News. More than 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings, and technical reports.