Peter Ruijten received his Ph.D. in Social Psychology in 2015 from the Human-Technology Interaction group at the Department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences at Eindhoven University of Technology. He holds a B.Eng. in Electrical Engineering and a M.Sc. in Human-Technology Interaction. His current research interests include (social) Human-Robot Interaction, Persuasive Technologies, and Trust in Autonomous Vehicles.
Innovations of Peter Ruijten
Flip the classroom with Open Educational Resources
For the redesign of the course “Behavioral research methods 1” we used open educational resources and when necessary this was amended with new digital material (weblectures). This resulted in a course that exists of 10 online modules which students can follow completely on their own time and place. Students hand in the assignments online and practice the course matter via online quizzes. The cou…
Interdisciplinary Presentations in Bachelor End Projects
Develop engineers of the future by interdisciplinary work which enables students to learn to communicate their research findings with peers in other fields.