IE 565 Work Performance Engineering

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(3+0+1) 3
Physics and physiology of humans at work; biomechanical and physiological modeling, neuromuscular performance, mechanical work capacity; methods to improve work performance, health and safety, workplace and equipment design, shiftwork and rest allocation; cognitive workload, worker selection and training; controlling environmental stress; bioinstrumentation. Special emphasis given to learning about work capacity measurements, instrumentation, and laboratory experimentation.
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