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Dr David Golightly
Dr Ken Pierce
Professor Roberto Palacin
Dr Carl Gamble
A feasibility assessment of multi-modelling approaches for rail decarbonisation systems simulation2022
Joseph Chan
Dr Rosemary Norman
Dr Kayvan Pazouki
Dr David Golightly
Autonomous Maritime Operations and the Influence of Situational Awareness Within Maritime Navigation2022
Dr David Golightly
Human, organisational and societal factors in robotic rail infra-structure maintenance2022
Dr David Golightly
Local knowledge in rail signalling and balancing trade-offs2022
Dr David Golightly
Professor Roberto Palacin
Human Factors contribution to rail decarbonisation2021
Dr David Golightly
Human Functions in Safety - Developing a framework of goals, human functions and safety relevant activities for railway socio-technical systems2021
Dr David Golightly
Impact of COVID-19 on Health and Safety in the Construction Sector2021
Dr David Golightly
Local knowledge in signaller performance2021
Dr David Golightly
Modelling decision making within rail maintenance control rooms2021
Dr David Golightly
Passenger information provision: Perspectives from rail industry stakeholders in Great Britain2021
Dr David Golightly
Dr Carl Gamble
Professor Roberto Palacin
Dr Ken Pierce
Applying ergonomics within the multi-modelling paradigm with an example from multiple UAV control2020
Dr David Golightly
Karen Laing
Professor Roberto Palacin
Professor Liz Todd
Children, Young people and Mobility as a Service: Opportunities and barriers for future mobility2020
Dr David Golightly
Prosocial Exchange Systems: Nonreciprocal giving, lending, and skill-sharing2020
Dr David Golightly
An interview analysis of coordination behaviours in Out–of–Hours secondary care2019
Dr David Golightly
Editorial: The cybernetic return in Human Factors and Ergonomics2019
Dr Ken Pierce
Dr Carl Gamble
Dr David Golightly
Professor Roberto Palacin
Exploring Human Behaviour in Cyber-Physical Systems with Multi-modelling and Co-simulation2019
Dr David Golightly
Dr Carl Gamble
Professor Roberto Palacin
Dr Ken Pierce
Multi-modelling for decarbonisation in urban rail systems2019
Dr David Golightly
A cross-sector analysis of human and organisational factors in the deployment of data-driven predictive maintenance2018
Dr David Golightly
Evaluating attitudes to safety leadership within rail construction projects2018
Dr David Golightly
Identifying rail asset maintenance processes: a human-centric and sensemaking approach2018
Dr David Golightly
Critical realism and economic anthropology2017
Dr David Golightly
Giving and sharing in the computer-mediated economy2017
Dr David Golightly
Nature: a new paradigm for well-being and ergonomics2017
Dr David Golightly
Quantification of rail signaller demand through simulation2017
Dr David Golightly
Seeing the woods for the trees: the problem of information inefficiency and information overload on operator performance2017
Dr David Golightly
Simulators in rail signalling2017
Dr David Golightly
The characteristics of railway service disruption: implications for disruption management2017
Dr David Golightly
Train-driving simulator studies: Can novice drivers deliver the goods?2017
Dr David Golightly
Alarm handling for health monitoring: Operator strategies used in an electrical control room of a rail network2016
Dr David Golightly
Application of Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) to UK rail safety of the line incidents2016
Dr David Golightly
Business models within mobile gaming experience2016
Dr David Golightly
Design requirements for effective hybrid decision making with evolvable assembly systems2016
Dr David Golightly
D-MOD Dynamic Modelling of Operator Demand: A new simulator module for the evaluation of signaler's demand2016
Professor Roberto Palacin
Dr David Golightly
Evaluating the impact of rail research: Principles to maximise innovation uptake2016
Dr David Golightly
How do principles for human-centred automation apply to disruption management decision support?2016
Dr David Golightly
Manufacturing in the cloud: A human factors perspective2016
Dr David Golightly
Seeing the woods for the trees: The problem of information inefficiency and information overload on operator performance2016
Dr David Golightly
Span of control in supervision of rail track work2016
Dr David Golightly
Understanding rail travel through the curation of personal data2016
Dr David Golightly
A comparison of user requirements and expectations for cloud manufacturing2015
Dr David Golightly
Emerging issues in mobile data capture methods across multiple domains: Learning from the user experience2015
Dr David Golightly
Rail industry requirements around non-technical skills2015
Dr David Golightly
A framework to support human factors of automation in railway intelligent infrastructure2014
Dr David Golightly
HCI as a means to prosociality in the economy2014