The research areas I am mainly involved in are human factors in medical technologies and resilience engineering. Within the area of medicine, I conduct applied research on medical technologies, aiming to increase their usability, and improve their safety and efficiecy. My research around resilience engineering involves the exploration of novel theories and statistical techniques for the analysis of sociotechnical systems, such as those found in aviation.
David, L.Z., Schraagen, J.M. (2018). Analysing communication dynamics at the transaction level: The case of Air France Flight AF447. Manuscript submitted for publication.
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MSc Psychology - University of Twente, Netherlands (2017-2018)
Specialisation: Human Factors and Engineering
- Master thesis: Towards a novel approach to applied research: The role of motor sequence learning in the process of mastering complex motor procedures.
Student Reviewer of ‘eHealth Technology: Theory, Development & Implementation’, by the Department of Psychology, Health and Technology, University of Twente | To be published in 2018, by Taylor & Francis
BSc Psychology - Royal Holloway, University of London, UK (2013-2016)
Bachelor Thesis: Does the perceptual load of a task affect the detection of a tactile stimulus?
International Baccalaureate - Hellenic American Educational Foundation, Athens, Greece (2010-2013)