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Pavlo Bazilinskyy

Marie Curie Research Fellow at TU Delft

About

Professional Profile

I am a postdoctoral researcher at TU Delft focusing on the communication between automated cars and vulnerable road users. I am also a director of data research at SD-insights. I received my PhD degree from TU Delft in December 2018. My research interests are: human computer interaction, auditory interfaces, automated driving, artificial intelligence, software engineering. I am a big fan of endurance sports, and every year I run at least a few marathons and triathlons.

  • Name: Pavlo Bazilinskyy
  • Email: p.bazilinskyy@tudelft.nl
  • Phone: +31152787891
  • Date of birth: 17 February 1991
  • Address: Delft, Netherlands.
  • Nationality: Ukraine

My Skills

My main research interests

I was educated as a software developer, specialised in software reliability. Currently my main interests lie in the areas of HMI design and human factors.

Human factors

Intermediate, 5 years

HMI design

Advanced, 3 years

Software engineering

Expert, 8 years

Automated driving

Intermediate, 4 years

Knowledge

  • Auditory interfaces
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Networking
  • Telecommunications
  • Databases
  • Statistics
  • Project management

Technical Skills

  • Java
  • Python
  • C/C++
  • HTML/CSS/PHP
  • Ruby
  • SQL/Oracle
  • CCNA
  • Qt
  • MATLAB
  • LaTeX
  • R
  • Mendeley

Language Skills

English Experienced
99
Ukrainian
100
Russian
100
Dutch Intermediate
40
German Intermediate
60
Finnish Basic
30

Experience

5 years of experience

I have been involved in projects of different type and scale since my early years of Bachelor’s. I enjoy working in a team, I always keep up with deadlines, and I am not afraid to assist others, when they are in need.

SD-Insights

Data scientist

2018 - present

Responsible for data analysis and research at the startup with a focus on Safety as a Service in mobility in YES!Delft incubator.

TU Delft

Postdoc

2018 - present

Postdoctoral researcher in the Vidi project of Joost de Winter focusing on the communication between automated cars and vulnerable road users.

TU Delft

PhD

2014 - 2018

Development of auditory interface for highly and fully automated driving within the HFAuto project.

Muse

Head of Development

2013 - 2014

Social network for creative people. Development of mobile client with Python. International startup (HQ in UK).

PersonTech

Lead programmer

2013 - 2014

Development of firmware for Arduino-based 3D printer. International startup (Finland).

OneHourTranslation.com

Translator

2011 - 2014

Freelance translations and localisations. Languages: English, Russian, Ukrainian. 4500 projects, 4.9/5.0 rating, reviewer status, preferred translator of a number of international companies.

Cluetail

Trainee

May 2011 - July 2011

Part of the team for “eleet.fi”, which was selected to the finals of the ‘Uutisraivaaja’ innovation contest. Web design and programming using Apache Wicket framework (Finland).

MHG Systems Oy

Trainee

2010 - 2011

Developed “MHG Public” module. Resulted in increased revenue and improved customer service. Localisation (into Ukrainian and Russian) and internalisation of software products (Finland).

Education

My education

I am an eternal student. Everyday I try to learn something new and improve my existing knowledge. Quality level education can be received in many places, so I decided to learn about our world along the way: I have studied in 6 countries.

TU Delft

PhD Human factors

2014 - 2018

PhD in Human Factors of Automated Driving: Auditory Interface. Marie Curie fellow. Secondments: TU München, Chalmers University of Technology, University of Southampton, VTTI. Member of HFAuto Research Council. Member of 3mE PhD Council.

Maynooth University

MSc Computer Science

2013 - 2014

Erasmus Mundus Double MSc in Dependable Software Systems. 2nd year specialisation – Rigorous Software Development. GPA – 759/1000, distinction. Award to the best overall student in MSc DESEM, 2014. Erasmus Mundus GA in Krakow, Poland, 2014.

University of St Andrews

MSc Computer Science

2012 - 2013

Erasmus Mundus Double MSc in Dependable Software Systems. 1st year specialisation – Artificial Intelligence. GPA – 17.8/20.0, distinction. Scholarship B. Global course rep. for Erasmus Mundus Association, 2013 – 2014. Award to the best overall student in MSc DESEM, 2013. Participant of Amazon Hackathon in Edinburgh, Scotland, 2013. Symposium “Role of youth work in education for democratic citizenship and participation” in Armenia, 2013. Saxophonist of University of St Andrews Wind Band, 2012 – 2013. Chess team B, rating: 1525. Fencing team B, 2012 – 2013.

Mikkeli UAS

BEng Information Tech

2009 - 2012

278 ECTS. GPA – 4.5/5.0. Microsoft Student Partner 2011 – 2012. Erasmus: University of Wolverhampton (England): GPA – A14/A16. 1st year in BSc in Computer Science in National University of “Kyiv- Mohyla Academy” (Ukraine) before Finland: GPA – 93/100.

Papers and projects

Here you can find my key publications and software projects. View my full list of publications at my Google Scholar profile. I am also on ResearchGate.

Journal publications

  1. Bazilinskyy, P., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2015). Auditory interfaces in automated driving: an international survey. PeerJ Computer Science, 1, e13.
  2. Petermeijer, S. M., Bazilinskyy, P.*, Bengler, K., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2017). Take-over again: Investigating multimodal and directional TORs to get the driver back into the loop. Applied Ergonomics, 62, 204–215.
  3. Bazilinskyy, P., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2017). Analyzing crowdsourced ratings of speech-based take-over requests for automated driving. Applied Ergonomics, 64, 56–64.
  4. Bazilinskyy, P., Petermeijer, S. M., Petrovych, V., Dodou, D., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2018). Take-over requests in highly automated driving: A crowdsourcing survey on auditory, vibrotactile, and visual displays. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 56, 82–98.
  5. Bazilinskyy, P., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2018). Crowdsourced measurement of reaction times to audiovisual stimuli with various degrees of asynchrony. Human Factors.
  6. Bazilinskyy, P., Larsson, P., Johansson, E., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2018). Continuous auditory feedback for the status of ACC, lane deviation, and time headway. Under review.
  7. Bazilinskyy, P., Cieler, S., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2018). Sound design process for automotive industry. Under review.
  8. Bazilinskyy, P., Kyriakidis, M., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2018). When will most cars drive fully automatically? An analysis of international surveys. Under review.

* Joint first author.

Conference papers / Abstracts / Posters

  1. Jeon, M., Bazilinskyy, P., Hammerschmidt, J., Hermann, T., Landry, S., & Wolf, K. E. (2015). Report on the in-vehicle auditory interactions workshop: taxonomy, challenges, and approaches. Proceedings of AutomotiveUI, Graz, Austria.
  2. Bazilinskyy, P., Petermeijer, S. M., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2015). Use of auditory interfaces for takeover requests in highly automated driving: A proposed driving simulator study. Workshop on In-Vehicle Auditory Interactions at the 21st International Conference on Auditory Display, Berlin, Germany, 25–27.
  3. Bazilinskyy, P., Kyriakidis, M., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2015). An international crowdsourcing study into people’s statements on fully automated driving. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE), Las Vegas, NV, 2534–2542.
  4. Bazilinskyy, P., Geest, L. Van Der, Van Leeuwen, S., Numan, B., Pijnacker, J., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2016). Blind driving by means of auditory feedback. Proceedings of 13th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS/IEA Symposium on Analysis, Design, and Evaluation of Human-Machine Systems, Kyoto, Japan.
  5. Bazilinskyy, P., Van Haarlem, W., Quraishi, H., Berssenbrugge, C., Binda, J., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2016). Sonifying the location of an object: A comparison of three methods. Proceedings of 13th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS/IEA Symposium on Analysis, Design, and Evaluation of Human-Machine Systems, Kyoto, Japan.
  6. Bazilinskyy, P., Kovácsová, N., Al Jawahiri, A., Kapel, P., Mulckhuyse, J., Wagenaar, S., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2016). Object-alignment performance in a head-mounted display versus a monitor. Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC) 2016, Budapest, Hungary.
  7. Bazilinskyy, P., Eriksson, A., Petermeijer, S. M., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2017). Usefulness and satisfaction of take-over requests for highly automated driving. Proceedings of Road Safety and Simulation conference (RSS) 2017, The Hague, the Netherlands.
  8. Bazilinskyy, P., Beaumont, C. J. A. M., Van der Geest, X. O. S., De Jonge, R. F., Van der Kroft, K., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2017). Blind driving by means of a steering-based predictor algorithm. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE), Los Angeles, USA
  9. Bazilinskyy, P., Van der Aa, A., Schoustra, M., Spruit, J., Staats, L., Van der Vlist, K. J., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2017). An auditory dataset of passing vehicles recorded with a smartphone. Proceedings of Tools and Methods of Competitive Engineering (TMCE), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.
  10. Bazilinskyy, P., Heisterkamp, N., Luik, P., Klevering, S., Haddou, A., Zult, M., Dialynas, G., Dodou, D., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2018). Eye movements while cycling in GTA V. Proceedings of Tools and Methods of Competitive Engineering (TMCE), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.
  11. Bazilinskyy, P., Bijker, L., Dielissen, T., French, S., Mooijman, T., Peters, L., Happee, R., Dodou, D., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2018). Blind driving by means of the predicted track angle error. Under review.

Software projects

  1. wevote (2010) – Java. Mobile Voting System allows to provide voting among multiple users using mobile phone SMS technology and publish outcome to the web-server. With Ekimov Viktor.
  2. PyGN (2009) – Python. Simple program written in Python for working with Portable Game Notation files which are used for storing and sharing information about chess games. With Andriy Vinchkovsky

Contact

Let's keep in touch

I am a pretty open person, and I am always glad to discuss possible cooperation. Feel free to contact via one of the ways described or by using the contact form below.

Pavlo Bazilinskyy
Mekelweg 2, 2628 CD Delft, The Netherlands
Phone
+31152787891
Email
p.bazilinskyy@tudelft.nl
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