Ergonomic Systems Design D
The scope of the course on System Ergonomic Design (Conceção Ergonómica de Sistemas ) is the optimisation the human-system compatibility, considering human capabilities and limitations.
The aim of the course is to provide knowledge about methodologies oriented to error, fatigue and stress reduction, as well as improve equipment usage, increase productivity, taking into account the safety, health, comfort and satisfaction of people at work.
Ana Teresa Martins Videira Gabriel, Isabel Maria Nascimento Lopes Nunes
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Total - 42
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The teaching methods are diverse and tailored to the number of students enrolled, involving oral presentation by the teacher (classes and / or tutorial sessions), discussion with students and solving case studies.
The assessment is continuous. It is accomplished through individual work that explores a subject matter relevant to the student''''s research project. This work also aims to contribute to the "literature review" of the doctoral thesis of the student.
The work must be presented in the form of paper and the student must perform its oral presentation and discussion.
1 Design of Work systems with computers: Ergonomic requirements. Legislation. Workstation components and layout. Occupational health problems. Stress. New HCI: touchscreens.
2 Interfaces design. Human-system interaction. User centered development of interfaces. Usability Principles. Prototyping. Methods for evaluating usability.
3 Design of Work Systems subject to vibration (hand-arm and whole body). Characterization. Injuries associated with exposure to vibration. Measurement and exposure assessment. The case of the design and use of motorized hand tools. The case of professional driving tasks.
4 Systems Design Work supported by a modeling Human CAD tool . Advantages. Presentation of SAMMIE system. Characterization of its core functionality.
5 Design of Work Systems and human error. Human reliability. Assessment methodology.
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