Recent news about the ENHANCE project

Chinese ENHANCE partner from Wuhan visits USN [EN]

EU HORIZON2020 ENHANCE project’s partner from China – Professor Di Zhang from Wuhan University of Technology (WUT) – visited University of South-Eastern Norway’s (USN) Campus Vestfold on 13th of August 2019. The ENHANCE team at USN organized an eventful day for Professor Zhang, with a focus on research cooperation between the two universities.

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ENHANCE partners meet at AHFE conference 2019 at Washington D.C., USA [EN]

The International Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE) conference 2019 was held this year between July 24-28 in Washington D.C. USA. Thousands of researchers in the Human Factors domain gathered on this occasion to share their knowledge and findings in their most recent works.

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ENHANCE Secondees Visit USN [EN]

USN is visited by the first secondees of EU HORIZON2020 project ENHANCE in Norway: Hazel Bryan Sivori from Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) in the UK is a secondee to Kongsberg Digital in Horten, and Charlotte Hohnemann from Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) in Germany is a secondee to Kongsberg Maritime in Trondheim. TARG arranged a short seminar at USN for the secondees to present their workplan and research focus within their secondments at the Kongsberg Group.

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Workshop in Malaysia on Enhancing Human Performance in Complex Socio-Technical System [EN]

Centre of Advanced Process Safety at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP) organized a Workshop on Enhancing Human Performance in Complex Socio-Technical System, which was held on the 30th – 31st July 2019 at WEIL Hotel, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. The objective of this workshop was to gather data on human involvement in complex socio-technical system of process industry.

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NUST holds seminar on enhancing human performance [EN]

A seminar titled “Enhancing Human Performance With New Techniques” was held at the National University of Sciences and Technology in Pakistan on the 8th of April 2019.

Dr. Salman Nazir from the University of South-Eastern Norway was the keynote speaker. During the seminar, Dr. Nazir, who is also the Chief Scientific Coordinator of the ENHANCE Project, highlighted the importance of safety in the maritime operations and the requirement of new training methodologies.

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Samlet partnere i EU-prosjekt for bedre sikkerhet i risiko-næringer [NO]

The University of South-Eastern Norway has for the first time been given the leadership role in a research project in the EU’s framework program Horizon 2020. It is about safety in industries exposed to risk, and the USN had a kick-off meeting for the project in Vestfold last week.

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ENHANCE Kick-off meeting: “You will come up with new solutions to avoid accidents” [EN]

Prorector Kristian Bogen at the University of South-Eastern Norway (USN) says increased technological complexity both at sea and at land calls for a different kind of training, in order to avoid serious accidents caused by human errors. Bogen spoke at the official kick-off meeting for ENHANCE, the Horizon 2020 project which involves ten partners from seven countries around the world. Researchers and industry partners gathered at USN’s campus in Vestfold on the 25th – 27th of February 2019.

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USN met industrial partners in Horizon 2020-project [EN]

Recently USN had the privilege to host Norwegian industrial partners for the ENHANCE project in Horizon2020. Representatives from Kongsberg Maritime (KM) and Kongsberg Digital (KDI) alongside the ENHANCE coordinator team from USN gathered together for a one-day meeting at the University of South-Eastern Norway (USN). The purpose was to act as a synchronizing session for a better understanding of the project and shared responsibilities among Norwegian partners.

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USN was invited to coordinate its first Horizon 2020 project [EN]

Just a few months after becoming Norway’s newest university, USN has been invited by the EU to coordinate a Horizon 2020-project for the first time. Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever and is considered by the Norwegian Government as the most important arena for competition within research. 

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