Maximilian researches at the intersection of cooperative autonomous systems and vulnerable road users (VRU) in intelligent, interconnected environments. His research is part of the Real World Lab Initiative, where novel V2X demonstrators are being developed to conduct experiments in realistic scenarios. He specializes in Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) and connected e-bikes. In nationally and internationally funded research projects, he designs innovative solutions to enhance road safety and efficiency.
- Autonomous Driving
- Vulnerable Road Users
- Connected e-Bikes
- Vehicle Interfaces
- Driving Simulations
- Human Factors in Autonomous Driving: This lecture provides master's students with the opportunity to gain advanced knowledge in the modern user-centered development of autonomous vehicles.
- Seminar Cooperative Cutting-edge Technologies: In this seminar, current research questions in the field of C-ITS are analyzed and evaluated.