PEOPLE

Today’s engineering problems are usually too complex to be truly addressed from the perspective of a single discipline. Hence, corporate R&D teams need to be enhanced from multiple disciplines. Our team is therefore a mix of engineers, researchers and human factors specialists.

Professor

MARTIN STEINERT

  • Optimizing and understanding the fuzzy front end
  • Man/man-, man/machine-, machine/machine-interactions
  • Physiology frameworks in-situ

PhD Candidate

STEPHANIE BALTERS

  • Affective Engineering
  • Neuroscience and Engineering
  • In situ use of Physiology sensors
  • Quantifying human-object interaction

PhD Candidate

HEIKKI SJÖMAN

  • Mechatronics
  • Design Research
  • Measuring Design
  • Soccer

PhD Candidate

ANDREAS WULVIK

  • User Involvement
  • Photography
  • Needfinding
  • Facilitation of Innovation

PhD Candidate

JØRGEN A. B. ERICHSEN

  • Mechanical Design
  • Knowledge Transfer through Prototypes
  • LEAN development in early stage product development
  • Reflective Prototyping

Externally Funded PhD Candidate

YNGVE DAHLE

  • Lean Business Planner
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Lean Startup
  • Computer Science

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PhD Candidate

CARLO KRIESI

  • Globally Distributed Experiments
  • Flow Chambers
  • CERN CBI facilitator
  • Arduino Expert

PhD Candidate

MATILDE BISBALLE JENSEN

  • Prototyping in the design process
  • User Involvement & CoCreation
  • Creativity
  • Facilitation of Innovation

PhD Candidate

ACHIM GERSTENBERG

  • Collaboration in Design
  • Physics
  • Arduino
  • Radical Innovation Processes

PhD Candidate

KRISTOFFER B. SLÅTTSVEEN

  • Mechatronics
  • Engineering Education
  • Confidence and motivation

PhD Candidate

JØRGEN BLINDHEIM

  • Medical Experiments
  • Machining

Externally Funded PhD Candidate

MATTHEW LYNCH

  • Design Thinking
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Teaching