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Conference day 1 - November 2

The human factor, Rasmus Dahlberg, PhD, writer and historian specializing in disasters and preparedness.

Conference day 2 - November 3

From "learning from failure" to "learning from positive practice", Thomas Koester, Psychologist, FORCE Technology.



Tech-driven support and innovation (session 1, day 1)

Seafarers, shorefarers and cyberfarers: What we need to successfully coordinate with each other in a new era of ship navigation. J. Trygg Mansson and M. Lützhöft

Maritime safety and work environment in the fog of digitalization. M. Lundh, S. N. MacKinnon, C. Palmén and J. Hüffmeir.

What lies behind? Thoughts of underlying assumptions affecting design in Automatization and technology development. N. Thit.

Democratic Intervention in Blue Denmark's Green Tech Development. R. G. Kristensen and T. Bør.

Tech-driven organizational learning in Shipping - A real world, full scale, "experiment". M. R. Nielsen.

Risk reduction and human error prevention (session 2, day 1)

You don´t know what you don't know: Identifying human factors training needs for marine accident investigators. W. Tutton and A. Moll.

Identification of cognitive error types and human-machine interface problems in ship navigation. J. R. Taylor and I. Kozin.

Another ECDIS induced accident: After all these years, why can't we get it right? T. Porathe, E. S. Petersen and M. Lützhöft.

Human Reliability Analysis for Maintenance Main Ships Engines with Existing and Alternative Fuelling. J. R. Taylor

Bullying and Harassment in the Danish merchant fleet. L. L. Froholdt

Human-centered design (session 1, day 2)

Investigating Challenges in Decision Support Systems for Energy-Efficient Route-Planning: A Transdiciplinary Design Research Approach. B. Schwarz, M. Zoubir, J. Heidinger, M. Gruner, H-C. Jetter and T. Franke.

Organisational Challenges and Opportunities for Human-Centred Design Integration in the Maritime Domain. D. Oakley.

A user-centred exploration of Virtual Reality for collaborative maritime design. E. Gernez, K. Nordby, S. Archer Dreyer, T. Burås and S. Mallam.

A regulatory case study: Applying human centred design for developing safety management system standards in maritime operations. M. Grech.

HUMANE: maritime autonomy. M. Lützhöft and J. Earthy.

Wellbeing, physical and psychosocial health

Right course: Self-perceived psychosocial consequences of regulation changes in the fishing industry - an action research approach. S. Grøn, N. Granild and L. L. Froholdt.

Seasickness among offshore windfarm workers. A. Fenn.

Bridging social divides? Characteristics and attendents of seafarers' personal support networks during the COVID-19 pandemic. B. Pauksztat and M. R. Grech.

Law and regulations: compliance and consequences of change

Assessing Norwegian Maritime Cadets: Compliance with Laws and Regulations for Competence Evaluation. D. Sjøen and M. Lützhöft.

A Study on the Analysis of Navigators' understanding of COLREGs Navigation Rule Interpretation and Ship Encounter Situations. A. Deuk-Jin Park, B. Hong-Tae Kim, C. Jeong-Bin Yim and Hea-Sub Roh.

Sidst opdateret: 28.11.2023