Director, Centre for Automotive Safety (CASR)
Centre for Automotive Safety Research
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Associate Professor Jeremy Woolley is the director of the Centre For Automotive Safety Research at the University of Adelaide. He has over 20 years of experience in road safety research across many areas including infrastructure, intelligent transport systems, traffic modelling, enforcement, regulation, speed management, heavy vehicles and countermeasure evaluation.
He is actively engaged in knowledge transfer activities around integrating best practice in safety among practitioners, road agencies, local government and other road safety stakeholders. Jeremy has been influential on road safety policy and has been involved with the development of numerous strategies and action plans nationally.
Jeremy is currently the National Secretary and South Australian Chair of the Australasian College of Road Safety and has served on numerous task forces and committees in relation to road safety.
In 2017, Jeremy was invited to co-chair an inquiry into the National Road Safety Strategy 2011-2020. The other co-chair to the inquiry was Dr John Crozier from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and official advisers were Robert McInery, CEO of the international road assessment program and Mr Lauchlan McIntosh, CEO of the Global New Car Assessment Program. The final report was delivered at an event with Federal Parliamentarians at Parliament House in September 2018.
Jeremy currently leads a group of talented and capable researchers at CASR and is keen to conduct work that fills in knowledge gaps and provides capability in relation to the ultimate elimination of harm from use of the road transport system. CASR possesses unique insights on road safety from its crash investigation, vehicle testing and data analysis activities.
Date Position Institution name 2015 - ongoing Director University of Adelaide 2014 - 2015 Deputy Director University of Adelaide 2004 - 2014 Senior Research Fellow University of Adelaide 1999 - 1999 Visiting Researcher INRETS, France 1997 - 2004 Research Fellow Universtiy of South Australia
Date Institution name Country Title 1993 - 1997 The University of South Australia Austraila PhD 1989 - 1992 The University of South Australia Australia BEng Civil (hons)
Year Citation 2021 Ehsani, J. P., Harbluk, J. L., Bärgman, J., Williamson, A., Michael, J. P., Grzebieta, R., . . . Guo, F. (2021). Naturalistic Driving Studies: An Overview and International Perspective. In International Encyclopedia of Transportation: Volume 1-7 (Vol. 7, pp. 20-38). Elsevier.
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Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2017 - 2021 Co-Supervisor The Adverse Effects of Paradigm and Pragmatism on Road Safety With Case Studies in Traffic Conflicts Technique and Cyclist Safety at Roundabouts Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Fay Patterson 2009 - 2017 Principal Supervisor An Analysis of Differences in Driver Speed and Lane Position for Experienced and Inexperienced Drivers through High and Low Risk Rural Curves Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Blair Matthew Turner
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