Vabljeno predavanje prof. dr. Leandra Di Stasija

datum začetka: 03.12.2019
ura: 15:00
lokacija: Predavalnica P11-B1


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Katedra za informacijske in komunikacijske tehnologije Fakultete za elektrotehniko Univerze v Ljubljani vabi na predavanje z naslovom Napredek v nevroergonomiji: nove perspektive v raziskavah in načrtovanju v torek, 3. 12. 2019, ob 15. uri v predavalnici P11-B1. Predaval bo prof. dr. Leandro Di Stasi z Univerze v Granadi v Španiji.

Predavanje bo v angleškem jeziku.

Povzetek predavanja v angleščini:

The recent introduction of easy-to-use, wearable psycho-physiological recording devices have helped popularize techniques previously confined to the laboratory research setting, making it appropriate to use in real-life environments (e.g. safety-critical systems) and for new applications such as fatigue detection. I will present some preliminary results from several on-going projects run in collaboration with the Spanish Armed Forces, as well as with the National Health Care system, and the Department of Transportation. Finally, I will summarize previous results regarding fatigue detection based on the velocity of saccadic eye movements during simulated and real operator-machine interactions.

Biografija predavatelja v angleščini:

Di StasiDr. Di Stasi earned his bachelor’s and master's degree in Experimental Psychology from the University of Padua (Italy), and obtained his Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience from the University of Granada (Spain). During his postdoctoral studies at the Barrow Neurological Center (Phoenix, Arizona), he investigated the effects of fatigue in Cobra helicopter pilots in collaboration with the US Marine Corps (Camp Pendleton, California), he worked on developing a method to detect early aviator hypoxia in collaboration with the Spanish Air Force (Spanish Defense Aero-medical Center, Madrid), and he studied the effect of sleep deprivation on trauma surgeons at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center (Phoenix, Arizona). After being awarded a Talentia Marie Curie Postdoc fellowship at the University of Granada in 2015 and a Rita Levi Montalcini fellowship (tenured-position) at the University of Padova in 2017, Dr. Di Stasi rejoined the University of Granada as a Ramón y Cajal fellow in 2017 (tenured-position) starting his own laboratory »Neuroergonomics & Operator Performance Lab«. The primary interest of the Lab focuses to improve operator performance in complex systems, such as military operations, healthcare environments, and road traffic. To better understand human-machine interactions in these environments, we use a multidimensional approach that includes both advanced psychophysiological measurements, such as eye tracking and electroencephalography, as well as traditional psychological assessment tools: questionnaires, interviews and focus groups.