دکتر مارتین هلاندر

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Head, Division of System and Engineering Management

School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Nanyang Technological University

50 Nanyang Avenue,

North Spine (N3), Level 2

Singapore 639798

Tel: +65 6790 7761

Mobile: +65 978 11231

Email: martin@ntu.edu.sg

PROFESSIONAL BRIEF

Involved in human factors research since 1969, first in studies of driver performance and road safety, later in ergonomics of the workplace. From 1975 to 1978, Acting Professor of Industrial Ergonomics at Luleå University in Sweden with responsibility to coordinate the establishment of the department, the first of its kind in Sweden.  Lived in USA 1977-1994. Worked for Human Factors Research, Inc. in Santa Barbara, CA. Faculty member atUniversity of South Florida, and State University of New York at Buffalo. Visiting appointments at Virginia Tech and MIT. Research on traffic safety, underground and surface mining, building and construction work, office automation, industrial automation and human-computer interaction. Professor of Industrial Ergonomics at Linköping University, 1994-1999. President of International Ergonomics Association 1994-1997. Founding Director of the Graduate School of Human-Machine Interaction, and sponsored by the Strategic Research Fund. Founding Director of Swedish Center for Human Factors in Aviation at Linköping University and Center for Virtual Reality and Simulation. Professor at the School of Mechanical and Production Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 1999-present. Research on process control, formal design methods and affective design.

 

EDUCATION

B.S. Civil Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden, 1967.

Military Service. Lieutenant, Swedish Air Force. 1967-1968.

Teknologie Licentiat, Civil Engineering, Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Göteborg, 1973.

Ph.D.  Civil Engineering, Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden, 1976.

Docent, Engineering Psychology, Luleå University, Sweden, 1977

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EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES

Editorial Boards: Journals      

Applied Ergonomics, (Elsevier Science)

Ergonomia Rivista Quadrimestrale (Italian journal)

Ergonomics (Taylor & Francis)

Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing, (Wiley)

Human Factors in Transportation, (Lawrence Erlbaum)

IEA Journal of Ergonomics Research, (IEA Press)

International Journal of Cognitive Ergonomics, (Lawrence Erlbaum)

International Journal of Human Factors in Manufacturing, (Wiley)

Office Technology and People (Elsevier Science)

The International Journal of Cognition, Technology & Work, (Springer-Verlag) 

Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, (Taylor and Francis)

Universal Access to the Information Society, (Springer-Verlag), 

Editorial Boards: Books

Handbook of Human Factors, (Wiley)

Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics, 2nd and 3rd editions (Wiley).

Handbook of Forensic Human Factors and Ergonomics, (Taylor and Francis)

Handbook on Human Factors and Ergonomics Standards (Lawrence Erlbaum)

International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors (Taylor and Francis).

Human Factors Book Series published by Elsevier Science

Reviewer: 

Books for:

Chapman and Hall, CRC Press, Elsevier, McGraw-Hill, MIT Press, Prentice Hall, Taylor and Francis, Wiley.

Articles for:

Accident Analysis and Prevention, Applied Behavioral Science Review, Applied Ergonomics, Asian-Pacific Journal of Safety and Health, Behavior and Information Technology, Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Computers & Industrial Engineering, Decision Support Systems, Ergonomics, Human Factors, Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing, Human Factors in Transportation, Information Systems and Operational Research, The International Journal of Cognition, Technology & Work, International Journal of Cognitive Ergonomics, International Journal of Human Factors in Manufacturing; International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, International Journal of Operations and Production Management,  IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Optics & Lasers in Engineering, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, International Journal of Human Factors in Manufacturing, Office Technology and People, Safety Science, Transportation Research Record, Universal Access in the Information Society

 

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EXPERIENCE

NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, SINGAPORE

Professor, School of Mechanical and Production Engineering, 1999-present.

Director, M.Sc. Program in Human Factors Engineering.

Member, Remaking University Committee.

Research: Process Control, Cognitive Models of Engineering Design, Human-Computer Interaction, Internet Interactivity, Affective Design.

Courses Taught: Ergonomics in Manufacturing, Management of Product Development, Interaction Design, Fundamentals in Human Factors Engineering, Experimental Design and Statistics, Human Information Processing, Human Factors Methods.

LINKÖPING UNIVERSITY

Professor and Head, Division of Industrial Ergonomics, Department of Mechanical Engineering (1994- 99)

Founding Director, Graduate School for Human-Machine Interaction 1996-1999

Founding Director, Swedish Center for Human Factors in Aviation, 1995-1998

Research: Concurrent Engineering, Cognitive Models of Engineering Design, Human-Computer Interaction

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO

Associate Professor (Tenured).  Dept. of Industrial Engineering (1986‑1994).

Research: Human‑Computer Interaction,  Concurrent Engineering and Design, Manufacturing Ergonomics,  Comfort Assessment, Construction Safety

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA

Associate Professor, Dept. of Industrial and Systems Management Engineering (1983‑1985)

Research: Office Automation, Human‑Computer Interaction, Industrial Ergonomics

VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY

Visiting Professor, Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research (1982‑1983)

Research: VDT and Office Ergonomics, Industrial Automation

Course Taught:  IEOR 6380 Human Factors in Automation

CANYON RESEARCH GROUP, INC. Santa Barbara, CA.

Senior Scientist (1977‑1982)

Consultant:

National Research Council, Minicars, Ingersoll Rand Corp, IBM Corp.

Principal Investigator of Research:

National Inst. for Occup. Safety and Health. Human Factors Guidelines for Design of Offices.

Bell Laboratories. Development of Ergonomics Standards for VDT Workplaces.

U.S. Bureau of Mines. Human Factors Problem Identification in Surface Mines.

U.S. Bureau of Mines. Design and Development of Controls for Roof Bolting Machines. 

U.S. Bureau of Mines. Human Factors Analysis of Metal and Non‑Metal Mines.

U.S. Bureau of Mines. SAE Guidelines for Underground Operator Compartments. 

Swedish Building Research Fund. The State‑of‑the‑Art of Ergonomics in the Construction Industry in the United States.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Effect of Wide‑Angle Headlight Illumination on Driver Performance. 

Swedish Work Environment Fund. Human Factors/Ergonomics in Building and Construction

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA

Lecturer, Department of Ergonomics (1979)

LULEA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, SWEDEN

Acting Professor and Senior Lecturer (tenured). Department of Work Sciences (1975‑1978)

 

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RESEARCH  FUNDING

Principal Investigator: Swedish Transportation Research Board. Development of Data Recording System for Driver Behavior Studies. 1971, $55,000.

Principal Investigator: Bell Laboratories. Development of Human Factors Guideline for Design of VDT Workplaces, 1981, $74,000.

Principal Investigator: National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.  Mathematical Model Relating Robot Speed and Human Reaction Time to Risk of Injury by Robot, 1986, $5,000.

Principal Investigator:  IBM Corporation.  Training Courses for Engineers on Ergonomics in Workstation Design, 1985-1990, $102,000.

Principal Investigator: Edwards High Vacuum: Facilities Design, 1989, $12,000.

Principal Investigator: Eastman Kodak, Computer Software Usability Testing, 1989‑90, $60,000.

Consultant:  National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Design and Development of Concurrent Engineering Systems and Technologies.  1993-1994, $100,000.

Principal Investigator. Defense Material Administration. Seminars in Decision Making, 1995, Kr. 240,000 (U.S. $ 300,000).

Principal Investigator.  City of Linköping and Defense Material Administration. Funding for development of Virtual Reality Laboratory. 1996 –1999. SEK 16,000,000. ( U.S. $ 2 mill.)

Principal Investigator, National Aviation Research Organization (NFFP). Methods for Analysis and Design of Human-Machine Interaction in the Cockpit. 1996 – 1998. SEK 3,000,000. (U.S. $ 350,000).

Director, Swedish Board for Strategic Research.  Support for Graduate School of Human-Machine Interaction.  1997-1999.  About SEK 2,000,000 per year. (U.S. $  250,000 per year).

Principal Investigator, Honeywell Inc. Support for human factors graduate studies and research.  2000-2005. (S $ 139,000).

Principal Investigator, U.S. Air Force.  Reducing Complexity in Human-Machine Interaction, 2004-2006. (U.S. $ 32,000).

Principal Investigator. Co-PI Roger Jiao.  European Commission S $ 500,000.  CATER, Computerized Automotive Technology Reconfiguration System for Mass Customization. 2006-2009

Principal Investigator. Defense Science Organization, S$ 130,000. Applying Cognitive Task Analysis and Cognitive Work Analysis to the Design of Military Systems.  2007-2009.

 

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SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

1.       Helander, M.G. (Ed.) (1981).  Human Factors/Ergonomics for Building and Construction.  New York:  Wiley.

2.       Helander, M.G., Starr, S. and Wattenbarger, B. (1983). Video Display Terminals.  Preliminary Guidelines for Selection, Installation and Use.  Short Hills, N.J.: AT&T Bell Laboratories.

3.       Helander, M.G. (Ed.) (1988).  Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: North Holland.

4.       Helander, M.G. and Nagamachi, M. (1990). Human Factors in Design for Manufacturability and Process Planning. Proceedings of the International Ergonomics Association: Buffalo, N.Y.:  University at Buffalo, Department of Industrial Engineering.

5.       Helander, M.G., and Nagamachi, M. (Ed.) (1992). Design for Manufacturability, A Systems Approach to Concurrent Engineering and Ergonomics. London, UK: Taylor and Francis.

6.       Helander, M.G.(1995). A Guide to the Ergonomics of Manufacturing.  London, UK: Taylor and Francis.

7.       Helander, M.G., Imada, A., Kogi, K., Konz, S., Kourinka, I., Laurig, W., Meshkati, N., and Shanavaz, H. (1996).  Ergonomics Checkpoints. Geneva: International Labour Office. ISBN: 92-2-109442-1. Translated to: Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese, Farsi, French, Japanese, Korean, Polish, and Thai.

8.       Helander, M.G., Landauer, T.K. and Prabhu, P. (Eds.) (1997). Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction, 2nd Edition. Amsterdam,The Netherlands: North Holland.

9.       Helander, M.G., Khalid, H.M. and Tham, M.P. (2001). Proceedings of International Conference on Affective Human Factors Design.London: Asean Academic Press. ISBN 1-9011919-28-5

10.   Khalid, H.M., Helander, M.G. and Yeo, A.W., (2004), Work with Computing Systems, Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Work with Computing Systems. Kuala Lumpur: Damai Sciences. ISBN 983-41742-0-9.

11.   Helander, M.G, (2006).  A Guide to Human Factors and Ergonomics. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor and Francis/CRC Press.

JOURNAL ARTICLES AND FULLY REFEREED BOOK CHAPTERS

1.       Helander, M.G. (2003). Forget about ergonomics in chair design?  Focus on esthetics and comfort! Ergonomics, 46, 1306-1319.

2.       Helander, M.G. and Tham, M.P.(2003).  Hedonomics – Affective Human Factors Design, Ergonomics, 46, 1262-1272

3.       Khalid, H.M. and  Helander, M.G. (2004).  A Framework for Customer Needs in Product Design. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 5, 27-42.

4.       Caldenfors, D. and  Helander, M.G. Top Down Reasoning Breeds Creativity in Design Synthesis and Evaluation. Resubmitted for 2nd review.

5.       Seva, R.R., Duh, H.B.L. and Helander, M.G., (2005, in Press). Integrating Pre-purchase Affect in Product Concept Development. International Journal of Simulation and Process Modeling.

6.       Chui, Y.P., Lee, S.G., Helander, M.G., Chong, J., Lawan, T. (2005). Injecting Usability in M-commerce, International Journal of Product Development., 2, 386-410.

7.       Jiao, J., Zhang, Y. and Helander, M. (2006), A Kansei Mining System for Affective Design, Expert Systems with Applications, 30(4), 658-673.

8.       Jiao, J. and Helander, M. (2006) A Web-based Configure-to-Order Platform for Collaborative Customized Product Development: A Case of Injection Molded Parts. Submitted for publication.

9.       Helander, M.G.and Khalid, H.M.  (2006)  Chapter 21. Affective and Pleasure Based Design. In: Salvendy, G. (Ed.).  Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics. New York: Wiley.

10.   Khalid, H.M. and Helander, M.G. (2006).  Customer Needs in Emotional Design .Concurrent Engineering: Research and Applications. 14, 197-207.

11.   Qiu. Y.F., Chui, Y.P. and Helander, M.G. (2006, in press).  An empirical study on knowledge-based virtual team decision making in product design.  Journal of Knowledge Management, in press.

12.   Qiu. Y.F., Chui, Y.P. and Helander, M.G. (2005, submitted). Knowledge identification and management in product design. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management

13.   Jiao, J. and Helander, M. (2006)          Development of an Electronic Configure-to-Order Platform for Customized Product Development.  Computers in Industry, 57, 231-2444.

14.   Tan, L.S., Seva, R.R. and Helander, M.G. (2006).  Ethnography and Cognitive Task Analysis to Elicit Expert Knowledge in Perceptual-Motor Tasks. ANIMA, Indonesian Psychological Journal, 21, 185-191.

15.   Helander, M.G. (2007). Conceptualizing Axiomatic Design for Human Factors Design. Editorial,  Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science., 8,  97-99

16.   Helander, M.G. (2007). Using Design Equations to Identify Sources of Complexity in Human-Machine Interaction. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 8, 123-146

17.   Lo, S. and Helander, M.G., (2007). Use of Axiomatic Design Principles for Analyzing the Complexity of Human-Machine Systems . Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 8, 147-169.

18.   Qiu. Y.F., Chui, Y.P. and Helander, M.G. (2007).  A cognitive approach to understanding knowledge-based virtual team decision making in product design. International Journal of Intelligent Enterprise, 1, 45-64.

19.   Seva, R., Duh, H., and Helander, M. (2007). The marketing implications of affective product design. Applied Ergonomics. 38, 723–731.

BOOK CHAPTERS

1.       Khalid, H.M. and Helander, M.G. (2003). Facilitating Mass Customization in Web-based Do-It-Yourself Product Design. In: Tseng. M. and Pillar, F.  (Ed.) The Customer Centric Enterprise: Advances in Mass Customization and Personalization, 247 -266. New York: Springer Verlag.

2.       Helander, M.G. (2005). Chapter 1. The Discipline of Human Factors Engineering and Ergonomics. In Noy, I and Karwowski, W. (eds.) Handbook of Forensic Human Factors. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

3.       Helander, M.G. and  Khalid, H.M. (2006). Chapter 21.  Affective and Pleasurable Design. in Salvendy, G. (Ed.), 2006, Handbook of Human Factors and    Ergonomics. Third Edition. p. 543-572. New York: Wiley Interscience

4.       Jiao, J, Zhang, Y. and Helander. M.G. (2006).  Analytical Customer Requirement Analysis Based on Data Mining.  In: Voges, K.E. and Pope, N. (Eds.). Business Applications and Computational Intelligence.  Hershey, PA:  IDEA Group Press.  

5.       Helander, M.G. (2006). Design cognition. In: Karwowski, W. (Ed.). International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors, 1, 673-678.

PAPERS IN PUBLISHED REFEREED PROCEEDINGS

1.       Chan, D. and Helander, M.G.(2004). Between Mental Models and Heuristics – the Scylla and Charybdis of Pilot’s Decision Making. Proceedings of Sixth International Australian Aviation Psychology Symposium, Australian Aviation Psychology Association:Sydney.

2.       Fu, Z.  and Helander, M.G., (2004).  Using PDA in Security Work to Trace Suspects in Public Environments.  In:  H.M. Khalid, M.G. Helander, A.W. Yeo (Editors), Proceedings of Work with Computing Systems 2004., 405-411,  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:Damai Sciences. 

3.       Helander, M.G., and Tay, T.W. L.( 2004).  What is in a Word? Describing Affect in Product Design, In:  H.M. Khalid, M.G.Helander, A.W. Yeo (Editors), Proceedings of Work with Computing Systems 2004., 405-411,  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: DamaiSciences. 

4.       Lo,  S. and Helander, M.G. , (2004).  Decoupling Usability Heuristics. In:  H.M. Khalid, M.G. Helander, A.W. Yeo (Editors), Proceedings of Work with Computing Systems 2004, 32-36,  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Damai Sciences. 

5.       Helander, M.G. and Yong Ming Kow, 2004, Analyzing the Needs for Smart Homes for the Elderly.  In:  H.M. Khalid, M.G. Helander, A.W. Yeo (Editors), Proceedings of Work with Computing Systems 2004., 331-336,  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Damai Sciences

6.       Lo, S., Helander, M.G. and Jiao, R. (2004), Formal Top-Down Analysis of Interface Design  May Improve Usability. Proceedings of Third International Conference on Axiomatic Design. Seoul, Korea: Centre of Innovative Design Optimization Technology, HanyangUniversity

7.       Tan L. S. A.,  Helander, M.G., and Tham, M.P. (2004). Navigating with Handheld Electronic Maps,   In:  H.M. Khalid, M.G.Helander, A.W. Yeo (Editors), Proceedings of Work with Computing Systems 2004., 393-399,  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: DamaiSciences.

8.       Helander, M. G. and Tan, L.P.B. (2004). Decision Making in Mass Customization of Mobile Phones, Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 47th Annual Meeting. Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

9.       Qui, Y.F., Chui, Y.P. and Helander, M.G., (2004). Knowledge-based Collaboration Decision making System for Product design, Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Conference on Cybernetics and Intelligent Systems, Singapore, pp 1094-1099.

10.   Yiyang, Z., Jiao, J., Helander, M. and Yeo, K.T.(2004).  A Disaggregate Discrete Choice Model for Identifying   Customer Decision Making. Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Project Management in Japan, Tokyo.

11.   Tan, A.L.S., Seva, R. and Helander, M.G. (2005). Application of Cognitive Task Analysis to the Analysis of Motor Skills. Proceedings of  8th International Conference of South-East Asian Ergonomics Society.  Bali, Indonesia, SEAES.

12.   Seva, R.R., Duh, H.B.L. and Helander, M.G., 2005. Development of a Conceptual Model of Product Emotion in the Pre-Purchase Context. Proceedings of  8th International Conference of South-East Asian Ergonomics Society.  Bali, Indonesia, SEAES.

13.   Chong, J. and Helander, M.G. (2005), Comparison of User-Centered Usability Methods to Study Wireless Proceedings of  8thInternational Conference of South-East Asian Ergonomics Society.  Bali, Indonesia, SEAES.

14.   Helander, MG. and Lo, S. (2005). Reducing Design Complexity will Improve Usability in Product Design. Proceedings of  8th International Conference of South-East Asian Ergonomics Society.  Bali, Indonesia, SEAES.

15.   Khalid, H.M. and Helander, M.G., (2005). Blind Adaptation of Ergonomics Standards in Workstation Design. Proceedings of  Eighth International Conference on Human on Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management, 461- 466. Santa Monica, USA: IEA Press

16.   Helander, M.G., (2005). Managing Design of an Adjustable Work Station through Axiomatic Design Procedure. Proceedings of Eighth International Conference on Human on Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management. 543-548. Santa Monica,USA: IEA Press.

17.   Helander, M.G. and Kow, Y.M. (2005). Identifying the Needs of Elderly for Technological Innovations in the Smart Home. Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 49th Annual Meeting. .Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

18.    Chong, J. , Helander, M.G., and Chui, Y.P. (2005). Evaluation of Usability and Affect of Wireless Application Protocol for Mobile Phones.  Proceedings of 8th International Conference of  HAAMAHA.  Human Aspects of  Advanced  Manufacturing and Hybrid Automation, San Diego, CA. University of San Diego, Dept of Industrial Engineering.

19.   Helander, M.G. and Lo , S., (2005). Use of Design Equations for Ergonomic Systems Analysis. Proceedings of 8th International Conference of  HAAMAHA.  Human Aspects of  Advanced  Manufacturing and Hybrid  Automation. San Diego, CA: University ofSan Diego, Dept of Industrial Engineering.

20.   Han, E., Seva, R., and Helander, M.G., (2005). The Effect of Color on Affective Product Design, Proceedings of APIEMS 2005,Manilla: De La Salle University.

21.   Helander, M.G. Managing Design Procedures in Ergonomics Design Through Formal Top-Down Design.(2005).   Human Factors Organizational Design and Management VIII, 543-548, . Santa Monica, CA: IEA Press. 

22.   Khalid, H.M. and Helander, M.G. (2005). Blind Adaptation of Ergonomics Standards in Workstation Design. Human Factors Organizational Design and Management VIII, 461-466. Santa Monica, CA: IEA Press.

23.   Lo, S and Helander, M.G., (2005). An Analytical Framework for Assessing the Complexity of Human-Machine Systems. Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 49th Annual Meeting, 2050-2054. Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

24.   Helander, M.G. and Kow, Y.M.(2005). Identifying The Needs of Elderly for Technological Innovations in the Smart Home. Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 49thAnnual Meeting, 158-162. Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

25.   Helander, M.G. and Khalid, H.M., (2005). Underlying Theories for Affective and Pleasurable Design. Proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 49thAnnual Meeting, 1691-1695. Santa Monica, A: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 

26.   Qiu, Y.-F.   Chui, Y. P. and Helander, M.G.  (2006). Usability Analysis of Mobile Phone Camera Software System.  IEEE International Conferences on Cybernetics and Intelligent Systems (CIS) and Robotics, Automation and Mechatronics (RAM). IEEE Catalog Number: 06EX1248C; ISBN: 1-4244-0023-6, Bangkok, Thailand.

27.   Qiu, Y.-F.   Chui, Y. P. and Helander, M.G.  (2006). Cognitive Knowledge Modeling for Knowledge-based System Support. IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics.

28.   Kow, Y.M. and Helander, M.G. (2006). Identifying Causal Relationships between Smart Home Products using Storytelling. Proceedings of International Ergonomics Association Congress.  Maastricht, The Netherlands: Dutch Ergonomics Society

29.   Chong, J.N. and Helander, M.G., 2006. A Study of Affect and Usability Relationship of Wireless Application Protocol  on Mobile Phones. Proceedings of International Ergonomics Association Congress.  Maastricht, The Netherlands: Dutch Ergonomics Society

30.   Seva, E.R., Duh, H., B. L. and Helander, M.G.  Predicting Affect from Pone Features using Discriminant Analysis.  . Proceedings of International Ergonomics Association Congress.  Maastricht, The Netherlands: Dutch Ergonomics Society.

31.   Helander, M.G., & Tan, A. L. S. (2006). Critical Decision Method: Is it Cognitive Work Analysis? In Proceedings of the 16th World Congress on Ergonomics. Maastricht, Netherlands.

32.   Tan, A. L. S., & Helander, M. G. (2006). Applied Work Domain Analysis: translating knowledge to representation. In Proceedings of the 50th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (pp510-514). San Francisco, C

33.   Helander, M.G., 2006. Using Design Equation for Design Analysis and Synthesis.  Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting, p 2158-2162.

34.    Seva, R.R., Duh, H. B.-L., 2006. Factors Affecting Emotional Responses in Mobile Phone Design Evaluation. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting, p 2173 2177.  .

35.   Jiao, R.J., Helander, M.G., Zhang, Y., Du, J., and Xu, Qianli, 2007.  Analytical Modeling and Evaluation of Affective Product Ecosystems.  Proceedings of Work with Computing Systems, 50-55.  Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.

36.   Jiao, R.J., Helander, M.G., Xu, Qianli,  Du, J., 2007. Affective Design with Ambient Intelligence.  Proceedings of Work with Computing Systems, 30-35.  Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.

TECHNICAL REPORT

1.       Tan, A. L. S., & Helander, M. G. (2007). Cognitive System Engineering. Singapore: DSO National Laboratories

 

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RECENT CONFERENCE  ORGANIZATION

Advisory Committee, Humanizing Work and Work Environment – HWWE 2004.  Mumbai, India, April     2004.

Co-Chair, 7th International Conference on Work with Computing Systems, Kuala Lumpur, June 2004

International Scientific Board of the 9th  HAAMAHA Conference. Galway, Ireland, August, 2004.

Program Committee, HCI-AERO 2004, International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aeronautics, Toulouse, France, September 2004.

International Advisory Committee: The 11th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, Northeastern University, Shenyang, China, April 2005.

International Scientific Advisory Board ODAM (Organizational Design and Management) Hawaii, July 2005

International Scientific Board, Human-Computer Interaction, Las Vegas, July 2005

International Program Committee, Third Interdisciplinary World Congress of Mass Customization and Personalization (MCPC2005),Hong Kong, Sept 2005.

International Program Committee, IASTED International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Phoenix, USA, November 2005.

International Programme Committee, The Thirteenth European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics (ECCE), Zurich, September, 2006. 

International Program Committee, International Ergonomics Association, 16th Triennial Congress, IEA 2006, Maastricht, the Netherlands. July, 2006.

International Advisory Board. International Conference on Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology  (i-CREATe)Singapore, April, 2007.

Program Committee. World Conference on Mass Customization & Personalization (MCPC), MIT, Boston, October 2007.

Program Chair, IEEE IEEM Conference, Singapore, December 2007,

Conference Board, 2nd International Conference on Applied Ergonomics, Las Vegas, USA, 2008.

International Advisory Committee. ODAM IX (Organizational Design And Management), Sao Paulo, Brazil, March 2008.

RECENT INVITED SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS

Finding Uncoupled Design Solutions in Human-Machine Interaction. Invited presentation, Colloquium Series, Air Force Research Laboratory, Human Effectiveness Directorate, Wright Paterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH, June 2000. 

Theory and Practice in Design of Electronic Commerce. Keynote Address.  Annual Conference of European Chapter of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Maastricht, The Netherlands, 2000.

Seven Common Reasons to not Implement Ergonomics. Keynote Address. Malaysian Ergonomics 2001, Penang, Malaysia, April 2001.

Human Factors Design of E-Business and E-Commerce. Keynote Address. 2001 Conference of the Ergonomics Society of Korea.Seoul, South Korea, April 2001.

Affective Human Factors Design. Keynote Address.  2002 Conference of the Ergonomics Society of Taiwan.  Hsinchu. Taiwan, March 2002.

Electronic Product Development (ePD) for Mass Customization. Plenary Address. Sixth  International WWDU Conference.Berchtesgaden, Germany, May 2002

Theories and Methods in Affective and Pleasure Based Design ;. Keynote Address. XXV International Congress of Applied Psychology. Singapore, July 2002.

Design for Quality, Productivity and Safety – by Minimizing Human Error. Invited Presentation, Occupational Safety and HealthAsia  Conference,  Singapore, 2002.

A Description of Human Machine Interaction; Implications for Industrial Design. Key Note Address. Chang Gung University,  Tao-Yuan, Taiwan, November, 2002.

Affective Design as a Synthesis of Industrial Design and Human Factors. Key Note Address.  Design Conference,  Mingchi Institute of Technology, Taipei Hsien, Taiwan, November, 2002.

Proceduralized Top-down Design Can Improve Usability. Key Note Address.  Eighth International Conference on Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing: Agility & Hybrid Automation, Rome, Italy: National Research Council of Italy, 2003.

Formal Top-Down Analysis (FTDA) Improves Usability in Product Design and HCI. Key Note Address. 2003 International Symposium on Technology and Management. National Taipei University of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan, October, 2003

Bridging the Gap Between Systems Design and Users. Key Note address. Eight International Conference of the South East Asian Ergonomics Society,  Bali, Indonesia, 2005.

Use of Design Equations For Ergonomic Systems Analysis, Plenary Address, Conference on Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing: Agility & Hybrid Automation, San Diego, CA: University of San Diego, 2005.

A Review of the Development of IEA, 1994-1997.  Plenary Address.  Given at the Occasion of the 50th year Anniversary of International Ergonomics Association.  IEA 2006 Congress, Maastricht, The Netherlands. 

 

CONTENTS

 

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Peter Luo, Ph.D. Co-Major Professor, Improving Pedestrian Flow in Highly Crowded Urban Areas

Hong Peng, M.Eng., Major Professor, Designing automobile with affective features

Xi Yang, M.Eng., Major Professor, Using latent semantic analysis to analyze design team verbal communication

Sarita Dara, Ph.D., Human Factors issues in Commercial Suborbital Spaceflight operations

Shanqing Yin, Ph.D., Major Professor, Trend Display

Angela Li Sin Tan, Ph.D., Major Professor, Use of the Motivation-Expectation Space to communicate strategies in a Cognitive System.

 

CONSULTING

Artwright, Inc., AT&T, AT&T Bell Laboratories, The Buffalo News, Calspan Corporation, Carborandum Company, Computer Consoles Inc., Eastman Kodak, Elsevier Publishing Company, Ericsson Microwave, ESIS Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, Haworth Inc., Herman Miller Inc., Honeywell, Inc.,  IBM Corporation, Ingersoll Rand Corporation, Minicars, Ministry of Manpower (Singapore), Motorola, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (USA),  National Research Council (USA), Saab Aerospace, Seagate Inc., Shell Inc., Steelcase Inc., Swedish Defense Research Agency, UCLA Engineering Extension, Xerox Corporation, U.S. Air Force.

Most extensive consulting with IBM Corporation. Taught classes on Industrial Automation and Ergonomics at 17 IBM plants in USA andCanada.

Consulted as expert witness in litigation on human factors and safety aspects in product design and machine design in 16 different cases.  Given testimony in court four times