Francesco Biondi

Hugh MacIsaacHugh MacIsaac of the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research has been awarded $275,000 over five years under the Natural Sciences and Environmental Research Council of Canada’s Discovery grant program to assess interacting stressors in lakes.

Professors receive more than $4.1 million for scientific and engineering research

More than $4 million in federal research funds will support scientists and students to become global leaders in their fields.
matrix applied atop androidComputer-brain interfaces are no longer science fiction, raising ethical questions alongside the technical ones.

Researcher weighs pros and cons of biological sensors

Kinesiology professor Francesco Biondi considers the ethical questions raised by technology to bridge the human brain and the outside world.
medical equipment over background of banknotesWE-Spark Health Institute announced $287,000 in grants to 14 innovative research projects in Windsor-Essex.

Health research projects earn local funding

WE-Spark Health Institute announced $287,000 in grants to 14 innovative research projects in Windsor-Essex.

screen representing self-driving carSelf-driving cars are programmed to identify and avoid risk, but in the case of an accident, who is legally responsible? asks UWindsor professor Francesco Biondi.

Legal liability at issue in vehicle automation

Self-driving cars are programmed to identify and avoid risk, but in the case of an accident, who is legally responsible?

Human kinetics professor Francesco Biondi is leading research into the effect of vehicle automation on driver cognitive load.Human kinetics professor Francesco Biondi is leading research into the effect of vehicle automation on driver cognitive load.

Research aims to reduce collision risks in partially automated vehicles

Most cars have cruise control, automatically slow down if you get too close to the vehicle in front of you, or alert you if you are drifting out of your lane.

But do such automations make drivers less attentive, increasing the risk of collisions?