Johannes Lindner

Research Focus

  • Microscopic traffic simulation

  • Driving Simulators

Teaching

  • Lecture and Exercise "Traffic Safety" in the Module "Traffic Engineering - Supplementary Module" (SS22 and SS23)
  • Seminar "Use Case: Bicycle Simulator " in the Module "Traffic Flow Simulation - Extension" (WS22/23)

Curriculum Vitae

Work experience

since 2021 Technical University of Munich
Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control
Researcher
2020 - 2021 Technical University of Munich
Chair of Traffic Engineering and Control
Student research assistant
2020 - 2021 Technical University of Munich
Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation
Student research assistant
2018 - 2020 Technical University of Munich
Chair and Institute of Road, Railway and Airfield Construction
Student research assistant

Education

2021

M.Sc. Civil Engineering
Fields of Study: Traffic Control and Transport Planning, Computation in Engineering, Road and Railway Construction
Technical University of Munich
Thesis: Implementation and Conducting of an Interconnected Simulator Study for Valid Data Collection in Urban Environments, awarded with

2019 B.Sc. Environmental Engineering
Technical University of Munich

Publications

  • Lindner, Johannes; Pechinger, Mathias; Bogenberger, Klaus: Experimental Digital Twins: Unlocking Insights for Multimodal Transportation Systems through Targeted Data Collection. TRB Annual Meeting 2024, 2024 more…
  • Lindner, Johannes; Grigoropoulos, Georgios; Keler, Andreas; Bogenberger, Klaus: Smartphone-based Human-Machine-Interface for Bicycles: A Study on Behavioral Change and Learning Effects. TRB Annual Meeting 2024, 2024 more…
  • Denk, Florian; Himmels, Chantal; Andreev, Vladislav; Lindner, Johannes; Syed, Arslan Ali; Riener, Andreas; Huber, Werner; Kates, Ronald: Studying Interactions of Motorists and Vulnerable Road Users: Empirical Comparison of Test Track and Simulator Experiments. 2023 IEEE 26th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), IEEE, 2023 more…
  • Kessler, Lisa; Pechinger, Mathias; Lindner, Johannes: Simulatorgestützte Mikromobilitätsforschung. Abschlusssymposium des Forschungsprojekts CapeReviso, 2023 more…
  • Sekeran, Maya; Syed, Arslan Ali; Lindner, Johannes; Margreiter, Martin; Bogenberger, Klaus: Investigating Lane-Free Traffic with a Dynamic Driving Simulator. 2023 IEEE 26th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), IEEE, 2023 more…
  • Lindner, Johannes; Bogenberger, Klaus: A Virtual Reality Wheelchair Simulator for Realistic Road User Behavior in Driving Simulations. Driving Simulation Conference 2023 Europe VR , 2023 more…
  • Kessler, Lisa; Keler, Andreas; Lindner, Johannes; Bogenberger, Klaus: User Acceptance of Urban Cargo Bicycles. 7th Annual Meeting of the Cycling Research Boarding, 2023 more…
  • Himmels, Chantal; Andreev, Vladislav; Syed, Arslan Ali; Lindner, Johannes; Denk, Florian; Riener, Andreas: Are Head-mounted Displays Really Not Suitable for Driving Simulation? A Comparison with a Screen-Based Simulator. 2023 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV), IEEE, 2023 more…
  • Keler, Andreas; Amini, Sasan; Lindner, Johannes; Bogenberger, Klaus: Introducing Data-Format-Dependent Road Network Conversion Techniques – Lessons Learned from the Digital Twin Munich. 31st Geographical Information Science Research UK (GISRUK) Conference (GISRUK), 2023 more…
  • Lindner, Johannes; Kessler, Lisa; Keler, Andreas; Bogenberger, Klaus: A Virtual Reality Electric Cargo Bicycle Simulator for Experiencing Realistic Traffic Scenarios. DSC 2022 Europe VR, 2022 more…
  • Lindner, Johannes; Grigoropoulos, Georgios; Keler, Andreas; Malcolm, Patrick; Denk, Florian; Brunner, Pascal; Bogenberger, Klaus: A mobile application for resolving bicyclist and automated vehicle interactions at intersections. 2022 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV), 2022 more…
  • Lindner, Johannes; Keler, Andreas; Grigoropoulos, Georgios; Malcolm, Patrick; Denk, Florian; Brunner, Pascal; Bogenberger, Klaus: A coupled driving simulator to investigate the interaction between bicycles and automated vehicles. 2022 IEEE 25th International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), IEEE, 2022 more…

Supervised Theses

  • Barche, Melanie: Public Transport Goes Autonomous - Identification of Tasks for the Human Vehicle Operator. Master Thesis. Start: 1.10.2023; End: 28.4.2024. Mentoring: Lindner, Ilic, Alvarez. Abstract.
  • Caesar, Leonie: Exploring Graph-based Navigation Meshes for Modelling Wheelchair User Behavior in Urban Environments. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 6.11.2023; End: 6.4.2024. Mentoring: Lindner, Pechinger, Ilic. Abstract.
  • Yamamoto, Shota: Traffic data visualization on a 3D-printed city model. Study Project. Mentoring: Lindner, Dr. Takayasu.
  • Dauda, Abdul-Rahman: Risk Analysis of Accidents involving Cyclists based on Extended Traffic Accident Data. Master Thesis. Start: 1.6.2023; End: 1.12.2023. Mentoring: Lindner, Dr. Takayasu, Ilic. Abstract.
  • Andreev, Vladislav: Validity of visualization methods in driving simulation. Master Thesis. Start: 1.8.2022; End: 31.1.2023. Mentoring: Syed, Lindner. Abstract.
  • Kayaburun, Kaan: Public Transport Becomes Autonomous - Identification of Human Driver Tasks. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 24.4.2023; End: 20.10.2023. Mentoring: Lindner, Ilic, Alvarez. Abstract.
  • Saleh, Ara: Literature review on passenger boarding times in public transport with automated vehicles. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 24.4.2023; End: 24.9.2023. Mentoring: Lindner. Abstract.
  • Sommer, Selina: Literature review and user-specific requirement analysis of mobility-impaired groups in urban traffic scenarios. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 21.11.2022; End: 21.4.2023. Mentoring: Lindner, Dr. Kessler. Abstract.
  • Müller, Ramon: Requirement identification and scenario definition for mobility-impaired road user groups in urban traffic. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 1.11.2022; End: 1.4.2023. Mentoring: Lindner, Ilic, Dr. Kessler. Abstract.
  • Morad, Khatera: Literature review on causes, detection and prevention methods of simulator sickness. Bachelor Thesis. Start: 1.11.2023; End: 1.4.2023. Mentoring: Lindner, Dr. Kessler. Abstract.
  • Pfeiffer, Lukas: Simulation analysis of the influence of the communication of fully automated vehicles with the infrastructure as well as other road users on the subjective safety perception of vulnerable road users. Master Thesis. Start: 15.4.2022; End: 14.10.2022. Mentoring: Ilic, Margreiter, Lindner. Abstract.
  • Vollmer, Marie: Comparison of VRU Perception of the Driving Behavior of Automated and Manually Driven Vehicles. Master Thesis. Start: 16.11.2021; End: 24.6.2022. Mentoring: , Ilic, Lindner. Abstract.