ウィジャヤ研究室

Our Research Focus

Here is past and current/ongoing research projects conducted in our group

Human Thermal Environment

Our research focus on the principles and practice of human response to thermal environment, which incorporates psychology, physiology, and environmental physics with applied ergonomics. Current research topic in this area includes: 1. mapping thermal comfort in Indonesia (Collaborating with Daikin Industries); 2. Personal cooling strategies in thermal environment; 3. Climate change perception (Collaborating with SNU).

Cognitive Ergonomics

We focus on how well the use of a product or system matches the cognitive capabilities of human as the users. Our research includes situation awareness in driving environment, human computer interaction, and trust in automated system. We are currently doing a research on the effects of situation awareness in sleep deprived condition on driving performance and risky driving behavior (in collaboration with Dr Rachma from Architecture Dept and Dr Galang from Psychology Faculty)

Applied Kansei Science

The 21st century requires not just “technical innovation,” but a deepened understanding of the nature of “human beings” to provide greater satisfaction. We study about human feelings towards other people, objects, incidents, and occasions, and the integrative workings of the human mind as affected by such feelings and how those will be applied in system and product design.

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