Maria Rimini Döring
Senior Expert in Human-Machine Interaction at Robert Bosch
Dr. Maria Rimini-Döring received her diploma in electrical engineering from the University of Pavia, Italy in 1984 and her Ph.D. in semiconductor physics from the University of Stuttgart, Germany in 1991. The same year she joined the Bosch group, at first within Bosch Telecom in the development of large application specific integrated circuits (ASICs). 1999 she moved to Corporate Research (CR) as a senior expert and project leader in the field of human-machine interaction, driver monitoring and traffic safety. Since 2014 she coordinates the public funding research activities of the Software Intensive Systems Division in CR. She is member of the ITEA Steering Group and represents Bosch in the competence network SafeTRANS and in the European Institute for Complex Safety Critical Systems Engineering (EICOSE).