Transfer of Scientific Findings into Pratice: Development of Guidelines and Recommendations for Design

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Scientific findings do not always find the (fast) way into practice. Often there is a lack of instructions for action and concrete recommendations that enable the implementation of new approaches.

In order to facilitate the transfer of current research findings, our working group pursues the goal of developing concrete guidelines and design recommendations for topics within the framework of human-machine interaction and mobility.

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