Joakim Dahlman works at Chalmers University of Technology and the department of Shipping and Marine Technology. Joakim’s research is in human factors and focusing on human performance under more complex conditions. Joakim is also involved in studying effects of training in simulators and how to assess performance in a simulated environment.
Joakim is currently supervising 7 PhD-students and is involved in several EU funded projects on stress and operational performance among onboard personnel. Further, he also receives US Government funding for studying the use of simulators and state of the art technologies in advanced training and training facilities, mostly for military and medical purposes.
Brödje, A., Lundh, M., Jenvald, J. & Dahlman, J. (2012). Exploring non-technical miscommunication in vessel traffic service operation. Cogn Tech Work, 15(3), 347-357.
Forsman F., Sjörs-Dahlman A., Dahlman J., Falkmer T., Lee H. C., (2012) Eye Tracking during High Speed Navigation at Sea-Field Trial in Search of Navigational Gaze Behavior. Journal of Transportation Technologies, (2) 277-283.
Hasewinkel H., Khalid J., Rayees Afroza M., Dahlman J. & Falkmer T. (2012). Military trained personnel’s visual search strategies, are they different from the civilians’ when it comes to video game based war? - and does the console matter? Journal of Defense Modelling and Simulation. Applications, Methodology, Technology.
Lundh, M., Lützhöft, M., Rydstedt, L. & Dahlman, J. (2010). Evacuation in practice - Observations from five full scale trials. International Journal of Maritime Affairs, 9(2), 137-151.
Lundh, M., Lützhöft, M., Rydstedt, L. & Dahlman, J. (2011). Working conditions in the engine department - A qualitative study among engine room personnel on board Swedish merchant ships. Applied Ergonomics, 42(2), 384-390.
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