Student Research

Are you interested in driving and collision research? Interested in basic mechanisms of attention (i.e. multiple object tracking, and search? Check out the student opportunities page for more information on how you can become involved in research.


Dr. Trick and collaborating researchers attended the Canadian Society of Brain Behaviour and Cognitive Science (CSBBCS) annual conference at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario on July 3-5th.

New Simulator

The University of Guelph DRIVE Lab will be installing a new simulator system for the 2014-2015 research year.
Visit the DRiVE Lab Website


Researchers from the DRiVE Lab attended the annual Auto21 conference in Niagara falls from May 26-28 2014.

Student Melissa Ptok presented a poster on her research involving the effects of long term drug use on driving.