Dr Eva Giagloglou

Researcher, Ergonomics, and Human Factors

Dr Eva Giagloglou obtained her Laurea Magistrale in Mathematical, Natural, and Physical Sciences from the University of Tuscia in Italy. She also has an MSc in New Technologies and Environment from the University of Ioannina, in collaboration with the Department of Vehicles at the Technological Institute of Thessaloniki in Greece. She won a Marie Curie fellowship at the University of Milano Bicocca, where she investigated computational ecotoxicological methods. A second Marie Curie fellowship within the FP7 European project, InnHF (Innovation through Human Factors in Risk Analysis and Management), gave her the possibility to defend her industrial PhD at the University of Kragujevac in Serbia. Her research interests include the evaluation of ergonomic approaches and safety training with the help of novel psychophysiological techniques.

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QUALIFICATIONS:

  • PhD Development and implementation of advanced methods for improving the safety and optimization of the working environment in the course of manual operations
  • MSc New Technologies and Environment
  • MSc BSc Environmental Science 

COMMITTEE AND SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:

  • Member of the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors
  • Member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, European Chapter
  • Member of Greek Environmental Scientists 

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

  • Manual Operations and Working Environment
  • Psychophysiology and Ergonomics
  • Safety Training 
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