Reto Weber

Lecturer at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Cargo Operation and Maritime Management

Reto Weber has sailed in all deck ranks from deckhand to captain on bulk carriers and Ro-Ro vessels. Before joining Chalmers as an instructor and lecturer he was a pilot on the Swedish West coast. He gained his education in Switzerland, England and Sweden and is holder of a Master Mariner’s license and an MSc degree from the World Maritime University. Reto Weber is mainly engaged with courses and research in the Full Mission Bridge Simulator and lecturing on ship handling and manoeuvring.

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Showing 5 publications

2019

Testing Proof of Concept of a Web-Based Ship Manoeuvring Training Tool in the Classroom

Nicole Almeida Costa, Reto Weber, Fredrik Olsson et al
Proceedings of Ergoship 2019, p. 1-10
Paper in proceedings
2018

Assessing a maritime service website prototype in a ship bridge simulator: Navigators’ experiences and perceptions of novel e-navigation solutions

Nicole Almeida Costa, Jeanette J. Jakobsen, Reto Weber et al
WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs. Vol. 17 (4), p. 521-542
Journal article
2018

Human factor issues during remote ship monitoring tasks: An ecological lesson for system design in a distributed context

Yemao Man, Reto Weber, Johan Cimbritz et al
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics. Vol. 68 (2018), p. 231-244
Journal article
2015

Supporting situation awareness on the bridge: Testing route exchange in a practical e-navigation study

Thomas Porathe, Anders Brödje, Reto Weber et al
Information, Communication and Environment: Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, p. 85-92
Book chapter
2015

Supporting voice communication between navigator and VTS by visual solutions - exploring the use of the “route suggestion” functionality within VTS

Anders Brödje, Reto Weber, D. Camre et al
Information, Communication and Environment: Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, p. 267-273
Book chapter

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Showing 2 research projects

2015–2018

Efficient, Safe and Sustainable Traffic at Sea (EfficienSea) 2

Thomas Porathe Maritime Human Factors
Christopher Anderberg Maritime Human Factors
Reto Weber Maritime Human Factors
Yemao Man Maritime Human Factors
Scott MacKinnon Maritime Human Factors
Nicole Almeida Costa Maritime Human Factors
European Commission (Horizon 2020)

2015–2018

Sea Traffic Management Validation Project (STM Validation Project)

Scott MacKinnon Maritime Human Factors
Fredrik Olindersson Maritime Human Factors
Reto Weber Maritime Human Factors
Region Västra Götaland
VINNOVA
European Commission (EC)

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