Dr Ragnhild Davidse is research manager of the ‘Road User Behaviour’ department and coordinates the research activities on the behaviour and physical and mental condition of road users in relation to safety. She is a specialist in the field of older road users and the possibilities to improve their road safety.

Rob Decae, MSc, specializes in data processing, data analysis, ETL processes and model building. He graduated in tropical plant cultivation and plant physiology at the Agricultural University of Wageningen. Before joining SWOV, he did research in the field of justice, climate, earth observation, biology and health care both at home and abroad.

Dr Atze Dijkstra is a specialist in road safety aspects of the layout of residential areas, and of the design of roads and bicycle facilities. Furthermore, he is specialized in road safety audits and several types of safety indicators (particularly those in microsimulations).

Dr Michelle Doumen researches the fitness to drive of older road users with early dementia, behaviour in traffic, young drivers, and perception such as hazard perception, but also ‘lighting’. As a psychologist, she is involved in the in-depth studies into road traffic crashes and advises on evaluating information campaigns on road safety. 

Kirsten van Duijvenvoorde, BASc, is member of SWOV’s team for in-depth study into road traffic crashes as a crash researcher. She is responsible for investigation of the crash location, vehicle inspection, reconstruction of the crash, data analysis and database management.

Rob Eenink, MSc, is deputy director and head of the Operational Management department. Until SWOV's new managing director is appointed, Rob Eenink, MSc will cover all managerial duties.

Sarah Gebhard, MSc, conducts research in the department ‘Infrastructure and Traffic’ on the relationship between road design and traffic safety. Her work involves analyzing infrastructure and traffic incident data, traffic models and cycling infrastructure. Sarah is also involved in the EU project LEVITATE about connected and automated vehicles. 

Dr Maartje de Goede is specialized in the subject of human factors and traffic safety. She has a broad experience in managing and executing studies into the behaviour of road users in relation to the traffic environment and the vehicle.

Dr Charles Goldenbeld carries out research into, among others, traffic behaviour, enforcement, and public information and campaigns. In the coming years he will also engage in the monitoring of alcohol and drugs in traffic and the communication thereof. Charles is currently involved in the worldwide survey into road user attitudes ESRA2.

Zarina Hettema, Bachelor of Built Environment, is member of SWOV’s team for in-depth study into road traffic crashes. She is responsible for investigation of the crash location and data analysis. She is involved in various other projects as well, for example in relation to the ‘Kennisnetwerk SPV’.