Duckwitz, Sönke

Advances in Ergonomic Design of Systems, Products and Processes

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Table of contents

1. Best-Practice Approach for a Solution-Oriented Technology Assessment: Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues in the Context of Human-Robot Collaboration
Jochen Nelles, Susanne Kohns, Julia Spies, Christina Bröhl, Christopher Brandl, Alexander Mertens, Christopher Marc Schlick

2. Human-Oriented Productivity Management as a Key Criterion for Success in the Digitalised Working World
Patricia Stock, Sascha Stowasser

3. Recource-Constrained Project Scheduling Problem: Investigation of the Quality of Project Plans
Sven Tackenberg, Sönke Duckwitz, Christina Schmalz, Christopher Marc Schlick

4. Fields of Action for Work Design in Industrie 4.0
Tim Jeske, Frank Lennings

5. Skilled Workers: Are They the Losers of “Industry 4.0”?
Georg Spöttl

6. Work Requirements and Qualifications in Maintenance 4.0
Lars Windelband

7. Development of a Business Game for Teaching the Kanban Method
David Brown, Sven Hinrichsen, Melissa Paris

8. Training Interventions to Increase Innovation and Productivity in Age-Diverse Teams
K. Küper, W. Rivkin, K.-H. Schmidt

9. Change into an Ergonomic 3 Shift Model with a Reduction of the Night Shifts for All Workers
Corinna Jaeger

10. Vocational Competency Management Through the Use of Serious Games: Opportunities and Risks Using the Example of the Harbour Industry
Daniela Ahrens, Sven Schulte

11. Retirement Research Requires a Broad View and Interdiciplinarity
Hans Martin Hasselhorn, Melanie Ebener, Wenke Apt

12. Age-Differentiated Analysis of the Influence of Task Descriptions on Learning Sensorimotor Tasks
Francoise Kuhlenbäumer, Philipp Przybysz, Susanne Mütze-Niewöhner, Christopher Marc Schlick

13. The Potential of Virtual Interactive Learning Environments for Individual and Organizational Learning: An Example for the Maintenance of Electrical Equipment
Michael Dick, Tina Haase, Wilhelm Termath

14. Designing Rooms for Virtual, Informal Communication: Reciprocal Awareness as a Central Criterion
Corsin Flepp, Michael Imhof, Gregory Meier, Thomas Ryser, Roger Burkhard, Hartmut Schulze, Andreas Simon

15. Analysis of the Stress and Strain of Repetitive Assembly Tasks
Markus Jürgen Heidl, Alexandre Boespflug

16. Analysis and Evaluation of Physical Workload During Long-Cyclic Tasks as a Prerequisite for Ergonomic Work Design
Dorothee Müglich, Karlheinz Schaub, Bastian Kaiser, Steffen Rast, Lukas Bier, Katharina Rönick, Andrea Sinn-Behrendt, Peter Kuhlang, Ralph Bruder

17. Walking “Normally” vs. “Sideways” in Simulated, Simple Assembly Operations: Analysis of Muscular Strain in the Legs
Jurij Wakula, Dorothee Müglich, Ralph Bruder

18. Analysis of a Multimodal Human-Robot-Interface in Terms of Mental Workload
Marc Schneider, Barbara Deml

19. How to Evaluate the Usability of Smart Devices as Conceivable Work Assistance: A Systematic Review
Jan Terhoeven, Sascha Wischniewski

20. Menu Styles of Mobile Devices and Their Influence on Gaze Behavior While Walking
Jessica Conradi, Bjoern Nord, Thomas Alexander

21. An Age-Differentiated Perspective on Visualizations of Personal Health Data
Sabine Theis, Peter Rasche, Alexander Mertens, Christopher Marc Schlick

22. How the Duration of Automated Driving Influences Take-Over Performance and Gaze Behavior
Anna Feldhütter, Christian Gold, Sonja Schneider, Klaus Bengler

23. Uncanny and Unsafe Valley of Assistance and Automation: First Sketch and Application to Vehicle Automation
Frank Flemisch, Eugen Altendorf, Yigiterkut Canpolat, Gina Weßel, Marcel Baltzer, Daniel Lopez, Nicolas Daniel Herzberger, Gudrun Mechthild Irmgard Voß, Maximilian Schwalm, Paul Schutte

24. Man-Robot Collaboration in the Context of Industry 4.0: Approach-Avoidance Tendencies as an Indicator for the Affective Quality of Interaction?
Gerhard Rinkenauer, Adrian Böckenkamp, Frank Weichert

25. Joint Angle Depending Representation of Maximum Forces in Digital Human Models: Investigating Multivariate Joint-Torque Polynomials for Elbow Flexion and Elbow Extension
André Kaiser, Michael Spitzhirn, Angelika C. Bullinger

Keywords: Engineering, Industrial and Production Engineering, Human Resource Management, Organizational Studies, Economic Sociology, Industrial and Organizational Psychology

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