The 2018 Student Symposium is sponsored by Nissan Motor Company.
Sunday, October 7, 2018
9:00 am – 5:45 pm
The Hutton Hotel
The Student Symposium has become a highlight of the annual meeting in recent years as it gives attendees a first look at emerging research in our field and provides a welcoming forum for young investigators to present their work.
In the afternoon, students and attendees will have the opportunity to participate in AAAM’s Mentoring Session. In this session, students and young faculty taking part in either the symposium or the main conference program will have the chance to sit down for brief, round-robin style mentoring talks with attendees of the annual meeting.
The following are the accepted authors and titles for the 2018 Student Symposium.
Max Bareiss, Virginia Tech, Potential Test Characteristics for Intersection Active Safety Systems in the United States
Katherine Brown, University of Sydney, Australia, The impact of mild to moderate severity road traffic injury on older people
Nicholas DeVogel, Medical College of Wisconsin, Evaluation of Injury Risk Curve Variability Estimates: Applications for Injury Criteria for Human Safety
Ethan Douglas, University of Pennsylvania, Rear Passenger Kinematics in Automatic and Manual Emergency Braking
Samantha Haus, Virginia Tech, Estimated Earliest Detection Opportunity in Vehicle-Pedestrian Collisions to Predict Active Safety System Effectiveness
Derek Jones, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Development of Skull Deformation Metrics for Use in Human Body Modeling
Yunzhu Meng, Virginia Tech, Investigation of Energy-absorbing Guardrail End Terminals along U.S. Roads: Statistics and a Computer Modeling Study
Omowunmi Oduguwa, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, Motorcycle use for school transportation among primary school-aged children in Yemetu community, Ibadan, Nigeria
Luke Riexinger, Virginia Tech, Estimated Benefits of Lane Departure Warning and Prevention Systems Based on EDR Crash Information
Muntazir Ali Sayed, Rajarshi Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj (RCSM) Government Medical College (GMC) and CPR General Hospital Kolhapur, India, Epidemiological Study of Road Traffic Accident Cases admitted in a Tertiary Care Government Teaching Hospital in Western India with Special Reference to Public Health Perspective.
Abhineet Sethi, University of Toronto, Impact of Forward Collision Autobrake System on Fatal Crashes in US
Saniyah Shaikh, University of Pennsylvania, Emergency Autonomous to Manual Takeover on Driving Simulator: sudden event at highway exit
Whitney Tatem, Virginia Tech, Rear Seat Occupant Injury Outcomes in Narrow Object Side Impacts