Mental Workload & Complex HMI
Coordinator : Régis Mollard
The concept of mental load remains central for Human Factors, notably in aeronautics.
The increasing complexity of information systems and automation has progressively transformed the operator’s activity, who must now supervise these systems and develop efficient mental models of their functioning that have an impact on his mental load and performance.
Modelling the mental workload in complex situations by developing knowledge-based models, such as the Adaptive Control of Thought-Rational (ACT-R), and by using measurement methods (self-assessment, performance, physiological indicators) or full flight simulators.
IKKY COCKPIT Projects : CORAC (Council for Civil Aviation research), Thales, Airbus Helicopters, Physip…
IKKY COCKPIT Projects
CORAC (Council for Civil Aviation research), Thales, Airbus Helicopters, Physip…