The 'Joseph-Ströbl-Prize 2022' goes to Johannes Lindner

After 25 years, the 'Joseph Ströbl Prize 2022' will again go to the Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control!

Johannes Lindner received this year's scientific prize for his master's thesis on "Implementation and execution of a coupled driving simulator study for valid data collection in urban traffic space" and thus joins the group of prize winners Andrea David (1996) and Werner Huber (1993). The prize has been awarded since 1991 by the 'Joseph and Sonja Ströbl Foundation' of the Technical University of Munich to journalists and scientists for special contributions to road safety. The journalistic main prize was awarded to Martin Kunz (Head of "Communication" of the ADAC) and the second scientific prize was to Dr. Stefanie Weber (Project Manager of the Road Accident Research Project AARU).

Read the official press release here:

Joseph-Ströbl-Preis 2022: Besondere Verdienste um die Verkehrssicherheit - Bayerisches Staatsministerium des Innern, für Sport und Integration (