Katie A Aylward

Doctoral Student at Maritime Studies

Katie Aylward is a Ph.D. Student at the Department of Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, unit of Maritime Human Factors. She is using a human-centered approach to investigate the impact of automation and digitalization within the maritime industry, particularly for navigation. Her supervisors are Associate Professor Monica Lundh and Professor Scott MacKinnon. Before coming to Chalmers Katie completed her master's in Human Factors at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, and after that, she worked three years as a Human Factors specialist at the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) in Houston, Texas.

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Development of an augmented reality concept for icebreaker assistance and convoy operations

Synne Frydenberg, Katie A Aylward, Kjetil Nordby et al
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering. Vol. 9 (9)
Journal article

Using operational scenarios in a virtual reality enhanced design process

Katie A Aylward, Joakim Dahlman, Kjetil Nordby et al
Education Sciences. Vol. 11 (8)
Journal article

An evaluation of low-level automation navigation functions upon vessel traffic services work practices

Katie A Aylward, Anders Johannesson, Reto Weber et al
WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs. Vol. 19 (3), p. 313-335
Journal article

Preventing Unruly Technologies in Maritime Navigation: A Systems Approach

Katie A Aylward, Scott Mackinnon, Monica Lundh
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. Vol. 1212 AISC, p. 421-428
Paper in proceeding

"Are You Planning to Follow Your Route?" The Effect of Route Exchange on Decision Making, Trust, and Safety

Katie A Aylward, Reto Weber, Yemao Man et al
Journal article

The human factor in the digital age

Monica Lundh, Katie A Aylward, Yemao Man et al
RINA, Royal Institution of Naval Architects - Human Factors 2018, Papers
Paper in proceeding

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