Ergonomics/human Factors, research in Montreal
Location:Montreal, QC, Canada (Anywhere)Education level: PHD
Education field: Other
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Strong analytical skills
I studied and started my career in Europe. I worked as an ergonomist/human factors engineer in several research projects. My strength focuses on the combination of both theoretical and applied approaches in the conduct of projects.
Theoretical projects: modeling of complex behaviors in primates and humans; validation of methods of assessment (occupational therapy measuring tool and quality of collaboration QC method); and cognitive processes involved in user-centered, creativity & innovation, and bionic design (architecture, video game and industrial design).
Applied and theoretical projects: metrics for assessing collaborative design and enhanced reality devices for collaborative design (architecture); and the improvement of the human-robot interface and the user experience of an intelligent powered wheelchair.
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