Yemao Man

Doktorand at Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Maritime Studies, Maritime Human Factors

Yemao Man is a Doctoral student within the division Maritime Human Factors and Navigation. His research at Chalmers will primarily focus on human machine interaction design for shipboard and shore based information systems concerning human factors in the maritime domain. Prior to joining Chalmers, Yemao earned a Double Master’s degree specializing in Computer Science from Uppsala University and Software Engineering in Tongji University in China.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2015–2018

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

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

2012–2015

Maritime Unmanned Navigation through Intelligence in Networks (MUNIN)

Scott MacKinnon Maritime Human Factors
Yemao Man Maritime Human Factors
European Commission (FP7)

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Publications

2018

Gaps between users and designers: A usability study about a tablet-based application used on ship bridges

Yemao Man, Margareta Lützhöft, Nicole Almeida Costa et al
Stanton N. (eds) Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation. AHFE 2017. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 597. Springer, Cham. Vol. 597, p. 213-224
Paper in proceedings
2015

Command and Control of Unmanned Vessels: Keeping Shore Based Operators in-the-Loop

Scott MacKinnon, Yemao Man, Monica Lundh et al
18th International Conference on Ships and Shipping Research, p. 612-619
Paper in proceedings
2015

Transparency within automated engine control systems: The case of the Savannah Express

Monica Lundh, Scott MacKinnon, Yemao Man
18th International conference on ships and shipping research, Lecco, Italy, June 24-26, p. 373-377
Paper in proceedings
2015

From desk to field - Human factor issues in remote monitoring and controlling of autonomous unmanned vessels

Yemao Man, Monica Lundh, Thomas Porathe et al
Procedia Manufacturing. Vol. 3, p. 2674-2681
Magazine article
2014

Seeking harmony in shore-based unmanned ship handling – From the perspective of human factors, what is the difference we need to focus on from being onboard to onshore?

Yemao Man, Monica Lundh, Thomas Porathe
5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics and the Affiliated Conferences, Krakow, Poland, 19-23 July 2014. Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation: Part I. Edited by Neville Stanton, Giuseppe Di Bucchianico, Andrea Vallicelli, Steven Landry., p. 231-239
Paper in proceedings
2014

Energy-efficient automatic location-triggered applications on smartphones

Yemao Man, E. C. H. Ngai
Computer Communications. Vol. 50, p. 29-40
Journal article
2014

Situation awareness in remote control centres for unmanned ships

Thomas Porathe, Johannes Prison, Yemao Man
Proceedings of Human Factors in Ship Design & Operation, 26-27 February 2014, London, UK, p. 93-101
Paper in proceedings