Grant-Funded Researcher (B)
Centre for Automotive Safety Research
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Dr Jamie Mackenzie is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at CASR, where he has worked since 2008. Jamie has a degree in Mechatronic Engineering and completed a PhD in 2015 that used computer simulations to investigate the effects of Electronic Stability Control (ESC) braking interventions on high speed rural road crashes. He is an experienced data analyst, having previously worked on projects that utilised safety camera infringement data, workers compensation data, vehicle specification data, vehicle registration data, and (frequently) crash data. As the head of vehicle safety at CASR, Jamie is familiar with the operation and limitations of many in-vehicle technologies. He is particularly familiar with Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) and Forward Collision Warning (FCW) systems, having modelled their operation in computer simulations to estimate their response to various crash scenarios.
Date Position Institution name 2016 - ongoing Research Fellow University of Adelaide 2008 - 2016 Research Engineer University of Adelaide
Date Institution name Country Title 2015 University of Adelaide Australia PhD 2001 - 2005 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic) Hons
Year Citation 2019 Ponte, G., Dutschke, J., Mackenzie, J., & Mongiardini, M. (2019). An evaluation of the effectiveness of a minimum passing distance rule in the Australian Capital Territory. Poster session presented at the meeting of 8th Annual International Cycling Safety Conference. 2019 Mackenzie, J., Dutschke, J., van den Berg, A., Elsegood, M., Mongiardini, M., & Meuleners, L. (2019). Assessment of rural road line markings for suitability with Lane Departure Warning. Poster session presented at the meeting of 2019 Australasian Road Safety Conference.
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Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2020 Co-Supervisor The relationship between vehicle speed and the risk of injury in car crashes Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Sam Doecke 2019 Co-Supervisor Comprehensive visual perception of intersections for applications in road safety Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Matthew Robert Howe
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