Dr.-Ing. Stefanie Huber

Dr.-Ing. Stefanie Huber

Technische Universität Berlin
Zentrum Mensch-Maschine-Systeme, GRK 1013/2 prometei
Sekr. MAR 3-3
Marchstraße 23
D-10587 Berlin

 

Current positions

  • PhD-student and graduation scholarship holder of the Central Women?s Council of the Berlin Institute of Technology
  • Member of the Prometei research training group, Berlin Institute of Technology, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG)
  • Member of the ethics committee at the Department of Psychology and Ergonomics of the Berlin Institute of Technology

Focus of work

  • Aviation accident and incident investigation
  • Runway Incursions
  • Airport Moving Maps
  • Human Factors in aviation

Career progression (universitary)

  • Starting 12/2010
    PhD-student and graduation scholarship holder of the Central Women's Council of the TU Berlin, Prometei research training group, Berlin Institute of Technology
    PhD-Thesis "Cockpit assistance systems - evaluation and prospective design for enhancing flight safety" (working title)
  • 12/2007 - 11/2010
    PhD-student and scholarship holder of the German Research Foundation (DFG), Prometei research training group, Berlin Institute of Technology
    PhD-Thesis "Cockpit assistance systems - evaluation and prospective design for enhancing flight safety" (working title)
  • 01/2006 - 12/2007
    Master of human factors and system safety student, distance-learning course, Lund University School of Aviation, Sweden
  • 10/2002 - 09/2007
    Studies of psychology, minor subject economics; main subjects: theoretical psychology; work, industrial & organizational psychology, personnel and organization, Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg
  • 07/2007
    Conduction of the master project: "Learning from organizational incidents: Resilience engineering for high-risk process environments", Lund University School of Aviation, Sweden
  • 11/2006
    Completion of the diploma thesis: "Successful handling of critical situation - an empirical study on the effectiveness of a crisis management training in aviation" (with distinction)

Career progression (professional; selected positions)

  • Since 12/2007
    Aviation consultant for human-factors-issues at Human-Factors-Consult GmbH, Berlin
  • 01/2006 - 12/2008
    Trainer for complex problem-solving, Paul´s Island GbR, Bamberg
  • 12/2006 - 04/2007
    Key Account Intern at the department of Executive Management Development, DaimlerChrysler AG, Stuttgart
  • 09/2006 - 11/2006
    Intern in public sector and change management consulting, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, Hamburg
  • 02/2005 - 07/2006
    Vice-chairman and head of the new business department, cogita! - studentsâ?? management consultancy, Bamberg
  • 02/2003 - 02/2005
    Human Resources Trainee, Sparkasse Bamberg, Bamberg
  • 12/2001 - 05/2002
    Project manager of the journal â??diamond business", Diamond Business, Bamberg
  • 10/1999 - 09/2001
    Vocational training as industrial business management assistant, Siemens AG, Berlin

Qualifications & Awards

  • Master of Human Factors and System Safety (M.Sc.)
  • Diplom-Psychologin (Univ.)
  • Industriekauffrau (IHK)
  • Graduation scholarship holder of the Central Women's Council of the TU Berlin
  • Scholarship holder of the German Research Foundation (DFG)
  • Holder of the PUSh-Price 2007 of the Otto-Friedrich-University, Bamberg

Publications

  • Gross, H. & Huber, S. (accepted). Prevention of runway incursions in a data-link environment: empirically proven features for a next-generation airport moving map. Vortrag anlässlich des Annual Meeting des Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter, Berlin, Germany.
  • Gérard, N., Huber, S., Nachtwei, J., Schubert, U., & Satriadarma, B. (accepted). A Framework for Designers to Support Prospective Design. eMinds International Journal on Human-Computer Interaction.
  • Jürgensohn, T., Huber, S., & Kupschick, S. (accepted). Berechnete Angst - Simulation emotionaler Einflüsse auf Fahrverhalten im Tunnel. 3. Berliner Fachtagung Fahrermodellierung 2010, Berlin.
  • Huber, S., van Wijgerden, I., de Witt, A., & Dekker, S. (2009). Learning from organizational incidents: Resilience engineering for high-risk process environments. Process Safety Progress, 28(1), 90-95.
  • Huber, S. (2009). Darstellung von Traffic Intent Information auf Surface Moving Maps. Workshopbeitrag auf der Mensch & Computer 2009, Berlin.
  • Huber, S., Schulz, M., Urvoy, C., & Jürgensohn, T. (2009). Prospektives Design im Cockpit - Optimierung der Informationsdarstellung auf Airport Moving Maps. Posterbeitrag auf der 8. Berliner Werkstatt Mensch-Maschine-Systeme 2009.
  • Huber, S., Schulz, M., Wittbrodt, N., & Urvoy, C. (2009). Die Beurteilung der Informationsdarstellung auf Airport Moving Maps nach DIN EN ISO 9241-12. MMI interaktiv - Sonderausgabe ZMMS Frühjahresschule 2009.
  • Huber, S., & Bleyer, A. (2009). "Die is op de baan"- Pilots' Risk Perception in the Face of Runway Incursions. Vortrag anlässlich des Annual Meeting des Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter, Linköping, Schweden.
  • Huber, S., van Wijgerden, I., de Witt, A., & Dekker, S. (2008). Learning from organizational incidents: Resilience engineering for high-risk process environments. Vortrag anlässlich des Annual Meeting des Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter, Soesterberg, Niederlande.
  • Huber, S., Oehme, A., Kolrep H., & Jürgensohn, T. (2008). Situation Awareness and Lighting on Airport Taxiways - Should Situation Awareness Measurement be Situation-Specific? Beitrag zur European Association of Aviation Psychology Conference 2008, Valencia, Spanien.
  • Huber, S., Kain, S., & Nachtwei, J. (2008). Effekte sicherer nachweisen: Persönlichkeitsmerkmale als Kontrollvariablen in der Human Factors Forschung. Beitrag zur 50. FAS Anthropotechnik der DGLR, Manching, Deutschland.
  • Huber, S., van Wijgerden, I., de Witt, A., Dekker, S., & Hollnagel, E. (2007). Resilience Engineering: New directions for measuring and maintaining safety in complex systems - 4th Progress Report. [17.11.2007].

Betreute Arbeiten

  • Gross, H. (in preparation). Empirically tested airport moving map features for the prevention and mitigation of runway incursions.
    Masterarbeit im Studiengang Human Factors an der Technischen Universität Berlin.
    Awarded the price of the Förderkreis Zentrum-Mensch-Maschine-Systeme e.V., 2010.
  • Krahl, J. (2009). "Kreuzung Lima, Delta genehmigt, bitte Beeilung" - eine qualitative Analyse der Gemeinsamkeiten von Runway Incursions.
    Bachelorarbeit im Studiengang Luftfahrttechnik/Luftfahrtlogistik an der TFH Wildau.
  • Schulz, M. (2009). Entwicklung von Design Pattern zur Verbesserung der Usability von Airport Moving Maps.
    Diplomarbeit am Institute of Electronic Business e.V., An-Institut der Universität der Künste Berlin.
  • Hahn, L. (2008). Evaluation verschiedener Befeuerungsverfahren zur Optimierung des Rollverkehrs an Flughäfen.
    Diplomarbeit am Institut für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Fachbereich Flugführung an der Technischen Universität Berlin.
    Awarded the price of the Förderkreis Zentrum-Mensch-Maschine-Systeme e.V., 2009.
  • Bleyer, A. (2008). Sicherheit im Rollverkehr? Analyse von Runway Incursions.
    Bachelorarbeit im Studiengang Luftfahrtsystemtechnik und -management an der Universität Bremen.