Meet the Researchers: ESR11 Carlos ALBARRÀN MORILLO

Carlos received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physics in July 2019. After that, he started his professional career in the field of Laser Physics at the Spanish Center for Pulsed Lasers where he worked as a laser technician from September 2019 to November 2021. In July 2021, he finished the Master of Science degree, a Master in Mathematical Modelling.

About his CISC Research he says

In the project, I focus on investigating innovative system safety engineering assessment methods applicable to automotive. This project will design experiments in a real Automotive assembly line work environment. Here, I´ll will test human-in-the-loop automation performance in the context of different workstations.

About his participation at ESREL 2022 he says

I participated in ESREL2022 conference as an attendee, presenting the paper “Safety-critical systems in the automotive sector: pros and cons in the current state-of-the-art of human performance assessment” with my colleagues Devesh Jawla, Prof. John D. Kelleher and Prof. Micaela Demichela. Many thanks! This work is an initial step in our research activity within the Collaborative Intelligence for Safety-Critical Systems (CISC) project.
In collaboration with IVECO, we are getting ready for the next step, setting up a LIVE-LAB for Human-machine performance monitoring and prediction in the automotive sector.

In addition, I worked as a staff member in the organization of the event. There was a lot to do, and we went over and above with eagerness. Thank you for all the effort and support you put into the successful event!
I am delighted to have met many friendly people and shared experiences and ideas with them.

September 2022 ESREL PAPER: Safety-Critical Systems in the Automotive Sector: Pros and Cons in the Current State-of-the-Art of Human Performance Assessment

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