Dr Henriette Cornet

Senior Manager - Knowledge & Innovation
Connected and Cooperative Automated Mobility
UITP - International Association of Public Transport
Brussels - Belgium




[1] H. Cornet (2012). “Sustainability screening tool for decision-making assistance in the field of urban mobility”, PhD thesis, Technical University of Munich.

Book chapters

[1] H. Cornet & G. Weber-Blaschke (2011). “Nachhaltigkeitsscreening innovativer Ideen und Konzepte”. In: Frank-Martin Belz; Ulf Schrader & Marlen Arnold (Eds), Mit den Kunden in die Zukunft. Nachhaltigkeits-Innovationen durch Nutzerintegration, pp. 195-214. München: Metropolis.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

[1] S. Stadler, H. Cornet, and F. Frenkler (2019). “Towards User Acceptance of Autonomous Vehicles: A Virtual Reality Study on Human-Machine Interfaces”, International Journal of Technology Marketing, in print.

Peer-reviewed conference papers

[1] P. Kong, F. Vallet, O. Al Maghraoui, H. Cornet, and F. Frenkler (2019). “Seeking Emotions in Mobility Experience Elicitation: A Singapore-France Comparison” in Proceedings of the International Association of Societies of Design Research Conference 2019 (IASDR 2019), Manchester, United Kingdom.

[2] S. Boyi, P. Andelfinger, D. Eckhoff, H. Cornet, G. Marinkovic, Cai, W. and A. Knoll (2019). “An Agent-Based Model for Evaluating the Boarding and Alighting Efficiency of Autonomous Public Transport Vehicles”, in Rodrigues J. et al. (eds) Computational Science - ICCS 2019. ICCS 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 11536. Springer, Cham

[3] H. Cornet, P. Kong, F. Vallet, A. Lane, and Y. L. Theng (2019). “Designing sustainable mobility for people at risk of social isolation - two cultural perspectives from Singapore and France,” in Designing Sustainability for All. Proceedings of the 3rd LeNS World Distributed Conference. Volume 2, Beijing, China: Ediziono POLI.design, Apr. 2019, ISBN: 978-88-95651-26-2.

[4] S. Stadler, H. Cornet, D. Huang, F. Frenkler (2019) “Designing Tomorrow's Human-Machine Interfaces in Autonomous Vehicles: An Exploratory Study in Virtual Reality” in Proceedings of the 5th International AR & VR Conference (ARVR 2019), Munich, Germany.

[5] S. Stadler, H. Cornet, T. Novaes Theoto and F. Frenkler (2019). “A Tool, not a Toy: Using Virtual Reality to Evaluate the Communication Between Autonomous Vehicles and Pedestrians”, in tom Dieck, M. C. and Jung, T. H. (eds) Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. Springer Nature Switzerland AG. doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-06246-0_15.

[6] S. Stadler, H. Cornet, and F. Frenkler (2019), “A Study in Virtual Reality on (Non-)Gamers' Attitudes and Behaviors,” 2019 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR), Osaka, Japan, pp. 1169-1170. doi: 10.1109/VR.2019.8797750

[7] P. Kong, H. Cornet, and F. Frenkler (2018). “Personas and emotional design for public service robots: A case study with autonomous vehicles in public transportation”, in Proceedings of the CW 2018: 2018 International Conference on Cyberworlds, Singapore, Oct. 2018, accepted.

[8] H. Cornet, S. Stadler, P. Kong, G. Marinkovic, P. M. Sathikh, and F. Frenkler (2018). “User-centred design of autonomous mobility for public transportation in Singapore”, in Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference on Mobility and Transport Urban Mobility - Shaping the Future Together (mobil.TUM 2018), Munich, Germany, Jun. 2018.

[9] A. Ongel, H. Cornet, P. Kong, R. Khoo, T. Liu, and M. Kloeppel (2018). “Public transport service quality improvement using universal design standards and advanced vehicle technologies”, in Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Systems, Singapore, Mar. 2018, pp. 207-212, isbn: 978-1-5386-6329-5.

[10] S. Stadler, H. Cornet, P. Kong, and F. Frenkler (2017) “How Can Communication Between Autonomous Vehicles \& Humans be Improved by Using Virtual Reality? A Safe, Cost- and Time-efficient Method for the Validation of Human Machine Interaction Concepts in the Context of Public Transportation in Singapore”. in Proceedings of the Asia Design Engineering Workshop (A-DEWS 2017), Seoul, Korea.

[11] H. Cornet & G. Weber-Blaschke (2010). “Sustainability impact assessment of public actions and innovations for transport issues”, in Proceedings of the 12th World Conference on Transport Research (WCTR), Lisbon, pp. 11-15.

[12] H. Cornet, G. Weber-Blaschke, G. Beck, and C. Kropp (2010): Transdisciplinary impact assessment of innovations in the fields urban mobility, food packaging and low energy houses. Poster contribution in the 11th Conference of the International Society for Ecological Economics (ISEE): Advancing Sustainability in a time of crisis. 22-25 August 2010, Oldenburg and Bremen.

[13] H. Cornet, M. Muenzig, G. Weber-Blaschke, G. Beck, and C. Kropp (2010): Sustainability assessment tool for innovations in fields urban mobility, food packaging and low energy houses. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Innovation for Sustainable Production (i-sup 2010). April 2010, Bruges. pp. 36-40.

Other publications

[1] P. Kong, C. Landesvatter, H. Cornet, and F. Frenkler (2019). “Beyond Operational Improvement: A Qualitative Study on User Preferences for Public Transport in Singapore” in Proceedings of the 26th ITS World Congress, Singapore.

[2] P. Kong, A. Gill, H. Cornet, and F. Frenkler (2019), “Mobility Personas for Singapore”. TUMCREATE Ltd, Mobility Personas Cards licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 by Penny Kong Singapore, August 2019.

[3] S. Stadler & H. Cornet, (2018). “Virtual design - systematic integration of virtual reality into the design process”, Workshop - PhD by Design at the Design Research Society Conference 2018 (DRS 2018), Limerick, Ireland, Jun. 2018.

[4] H. Cornet, S. Stadler, G. Marinkovic, R. Gujarathi, A. Nayan, R. Khoo, and F. Frenkler (2017), “The ultimate public transport system,” Video for the International «Le Monde» Smart Cities Innovation Awards 2017, Jun. 2017.