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Biosketch: Olle Lindmark

Olle lindmark is lecturer within the division of Cargo operations and maritime management at the department of Shipping and Marine Technology. His main subjects are Cargo Handling and Ship Stability. Olle is also director of the master’s programme Maritime management and are manager of the Cargo Operations Studio. Furthermore he is engaged in the pedagogical development of the use of simulator in education and training. This includes experience exchange and networking with simulator user from different domains.

Current research activities

  • Training skills and assessing performance in simulation-based learning environments
    The aim of this project is to investigate the use of advanced technologies in the training and assessment of complex professional performance in simulations.
  • Cargo Operations Studio
    Ship operations and cargo handling is considered being “the reason for shipping”, i.e. they must be carried out safely and efficiently in many perspectives. Various types of ships demand for different types of training and practice. This can now be done efficiently in the “Cargo Operations Studio”, a simulator developed and designed for “game-based” education and training of ship operations and cargo handling

Recent publications

Sellberg, C., Rystedt, H., Lindwall, O., Lindmark, O., Hartler, J., Magnusson, J. & Dahlman, J. (2014). Träning och bedömning av professionellt agerande i simulatormiljö. Presented at Chalmers annual Conference on Teaching and Learning (KUL2014), Gothenburg, Sweden

Lindmark, O. (2012) A teaching incentive – The Manila amendment and the learning outcome in tanker education. Department of Shipping and Marine Technology. Gothenburg: Chalmers University of Technology

Olle Lindmark

Msc., Lecturer

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