Photos: Hazel Bryan Sivori from UK (left), Charlotte Hohnemann from Germany (right)
USN is visited by the first secondees of EU HORIZON2020 project ENHANCE in Norway: Hazel Bryan Sivori from Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) in the UK is a secondee to Kongsberg Digital in Horten, and Charlotte Hohnemann from Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) in Germany is a secondee to Kongsberg Maritime in Trondheim.
TARG arranged a short seminar at USN for the secondees to present their workplan and research focus within their secondments at the Kongsberg Group.
Hazel aims to bring a cutting-edge neuroscientific tool for human assessment to the maritime domain. She will work with Kongsberg Digital on developing a framework for human operator interaction with maritime operation systems. The framework will then be employed in her work on the topic of “Operator in maritime automated systems through Maritime Simulation-based stress-induced analysis and mitigating methods while applying functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS)”.
Charlotte Hohnemann, a master’s – and soon-to-be a PhD – student, will utilize her time at Kongsberg Maritime to record a tacit knowledge possessed by its world-class experienced maritime trainers. The data will be analyzed for her work on “Cognitive and behavioral Challenges in Dynamic Positioning”.
Charlotte Hohnemannwill utilize her time at Kongsberg Maritime to record a tacit knowledge possessed by its world-class experienced maritime trainers. The data will be analyzed for her work on “Cognitive and behavioral Challenges in Dynamic Positioning”.
The TARG and ENHANCE team wishes them both a very successful and prolific secondment.
This project has received funding from
the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under the
Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement