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Research Scientist, Organisational Psychology 
Halden 
Description:

The department of Human-Centred Digitalization (HCD) seeks to enable organisations to exploit the full potential of emerging technologies and analytics by producing state-of-the-art knowledge on how to develop and adapt technology and organisations based on human strengths and limitations.  The department core research areas are human-technology interaction, human-systems performance analysis and evaluation, and work systems design. We perform empirical research in simulator-based operational environments in the MTO-labs as well as in the industry, on how individuals and organisations efficiently and safely interact with increasingly more advanced and intelligent technology; on how research methods can enable integration of new knowledge into the design of systems, operations and on-line decision making; and how adaptive expertise can be engineered into organisations to support performance in changing environments. A substantial part of the research activities are performed within the international OECD Halden Reactor Project and in research projects for the Research Council of Norway. Bilateral and multilateral projects are carried out for the nuclear industry, the petroleum industry, and other industries.

We seek to address the following main questions:
How do individuals interact with increasingly intelligent technologies?
How can we best enable humans to perform in digital organisations?
How can emerging technologies be used for innovating our ways of working?

We invite applications for: Research scientist with competence in organisational  psychology, focusing on organisational development issues

   
Qualifications:
  • Experience in writing publications and research applications
  • Experience in working in teams
  • Master or PhD
Prefered profile:
The successful candidate is an independent and active person. Communication and collaboration capabilities are emphasized
Location:
Halden
Application deadline:
29.september 2019
VR/AR utvikler 
Halden 
Qualifications:
  • Du er utdannet bachelor, master, eller PhD innenfor et relevant fag. Har du mastergrad eller PhD så vil du være kvalifisert til forskerstilling hos oss
  • Du må ha spisskompetanse innenfor 3D, VR- og/eller AR-utvikling
  • Med mindre du er nyutdannet med VR/AR som spesialisering så må du kunne dokumentere at du har jobbet minst ett år med VR/AR-utvikling
  • Du må beherske C# og Unity til VR/AR-utvikling og ha en interesse i 3D-interaksjonsdesign, visualisering, og spillteknologi
  • Erfaring med shader-programmering er et pluss
  • Erfaring med web-orientert JavaScript, WebGL, eller backend-utvikling er et pluss
  • Erfaring med C++ eller Java-utvikling og bruk av scenegraf-APIer til verktøyutvikling er et pluss
  • Erfaring med bruk av simulering, treningssystemer, spillutvikling/historiefortelling, maskinlæring, BIM, GIS, RAMS, cybersecurity, IoT er et pluss
  • Erfaring med fagspråket innenfor industrier som energiproduksjon, jernbane, luftfart, skipsfart, prosessindustri, atomkraft, og/eller arkitektur/bygg er et pluss
  • Erfaring med scrum, menneskesentrerte designprosesser og agile metoder for utvikling av sikkerhetskritiske systemer er et pluss
  • Muntlig og skriftlig god i engelsk. Muntlig og skriftlig god i norsk er et pluss
Prefered profile:
  • Du er nøyaktig, kvalitetsbevisst, og opptatt av å skrive ren og lesbar kode
  • Du er strukturert og ryddig, med sans for detaljer
  • Du er omgjengelig og samarbeider godt med kollegaer og oppdragsgivere men kan også jobbe selvstendig
  • Du liker å dele kunnskap og erfaringer med andre og å lære av andre
  • Du liker å holde deg orientert om ny teknologi og prøve det ut
Location:
Halden
Application deadline:
29.september 2019
Research Scientist, Cognitive Psychology 
Halden 
Description:

The department of Human-Centred Digitalization (HCD) seeks to enable organisations to exploit the full potential of emerging technologies and analytics by producing state-of-the-art knowledge on how to develop and adapt technology and organisations based on human strengths and limitations.  The department core research areas are human-technology interaction, human-systems performance analysis and evaluation, and work systems design. We perform empirical research in simulator-based operational environments in the MTO-labs as well as in the industry, on how individuals and organisations efficiently and safely interact with increasingly more advanced and intelligent technology; on how research methods can enable integration of new knowledge into the design of systems, operations and on-line decision making; and how adaptive expertise can be engineered into organisations to support performance in changing environments. A substantial part of the research activities are performed within the international OECD Halden Reactor Project and in research projects for the Research Council of Norway. Bilateral and multilateral projects are carried out for the nuclear industry, the petroleum industry, and other industries.

We seek to address the following main questions:
How do individuals interact with increasingly intelligent technologies?
How can we best enable humans to perform in digital organisations?
How can emerging technologies be used for innovating our ways of working?

We invite applications for:  Research scientist with competence in human factors and cognitive psychology and/or interest in Human Reliability Analysis

   
Qualifications:
  • Experience in writing publications and research applications
  • Experience in working in teams
  • Master or PhD
Prefered profile:
The successful candidate is an independent and active person. Communication and collaboration capabilities are emphasized
Location:
Halden
Application deadline:
29.september 2019

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