As a Human Factors Analyst, I am responsible for examining Human Factor issues and benefits during an ATM project throughout its lifecycle. More precisely, I provide human factors support to Real-Time Simulations to analyse the effect of new technologies on controllers’ performance and safety aspects such as workload and situation awareness.
I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and I study Cognitive Science at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. My current research is focused on perception and attention in simulation environments. With the use of mathematical and multilevel statistical modelling, I investigate the link between fatigue and multisensory integration in order to improve the safety of human-centred systems