Dennis Böhmländer

Dr. Dennis Böhmländer

Research & Development Engineer
Dennis Böhmländer is a development engineer at AUDI AG, Ingolstadt. He currently focuses on vehicle safety and incident detection. Until August 2015, he was a research assistant with the Institute of Applied Research of Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt. In 2017, he has received his PhD degree titled "Innovative Crash-sensing Architectures - A new approach in contact-less vehicle crash detection" in electrical engineering from the De Montfort University, Leicester, UK. His main research interests include intelligent transportation, crash data analysis, machine learning, predictive algorithms and smart technologies for crash detection. The goal of his research is to improve the safety of transportation systems. The Pop in your Job: What drives you, whats your passion? Curiosity and the passion for transportation systems


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