Martin Viktorelius

PhD student, Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology
Sweden
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Martin Viktorelius is a PhD student at the department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology, working in the Maritime Human Factors research group. Martin has a has a multidisciplinary background in cognitive science, psychology and philosophy (Lund University). Prior to becoming a PhD student he worked within the nuclear power industry as a specialist in organizational development, human factors engineering and safety culture. His research interests include the relation between technology, work practice and professional knowledge in complex socio-technical settings. His main interests are oriented towards the implementation, adoption and use of digital and automated technologies in complex socio-technical work environments such as shipping. His current research focuses on energy efficiency in the maritime domain and on the introduction of new technologies supporting work onboard ships.

Martin Viktorelius is a PhD student at the department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology, working in the Maritime Human Factors research group. Martin has a has a multidisciplinary background in cognitive science, psychology and philosophy (Lund University). Prior to becoming a PhD student he worked within the nuclear power industry as a specialist in organizational development, human factors engineering and safety culture. His research interests include the relation between technology, work practice and professional knowledge in complex socio-technical settings. His main interests are oriented towards the implementation, adoption and use of digital and automated technologies in complex socio-technical work environments such as shipping. His current research focuses on energy efficiency in the maritime domain and on the introduction of new technologies supporting work onboard ships.

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