Monica Lundh
Monica Lundh
Unknown affiliation
Verified email at
Cited by
Cited by
Working conditions in the engine department–A qualitative study among engine room personnel on board Swedish merchant ships
M Lundh, M Lützhöft, L Rydstedt, J Dahlman
Applied ergonomics 42 (2), 384-390, 2011
From desk to field-Human factor issues in remote monitoring and controlling of autonomous unmanned vessels
Y Man, M Lundh, T Porathe, S MacKinnon
Procedia Manufacturing 3, 2674-2681, 2015
Work environment and safety climate in the Swedish merchant fleet
K Forsell, H Eriksson, B Järvholm, M Lundh, E Andersson, R Nilsson
International archives of occupational and environmental health 90 (2), 161-168, 2017
An ocean of stress? The relationship between psychosocial workload and mental strain among engine officers in the Swedish merchant fleet
LW Rydstedt, M Lundh
International Maritime Health 62 (3), 168-175, 2010
Integrating Human Factors & Ergonomics in large-scale engineering projects: Investigating a practical approach for ship design
SC Mallam, M Lundh, SN MacKinnon
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 50, 62-72, 2015
Seeking harmony in shore-based unmanned ship handling-from the perspective of human factors, what is the difference we need to focus on from being onboard to onshore
M Yemao, M Lundh, T Porathe
Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation. Part I 231239, 2014
Human factor issues during remote ship monitoring tasks: An ecological lesson for system design in a distributed context
Y Man, R Weber, J Cimbritz, M Lundh, SN MacKinnon
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 68, 231-244, 2018
Ship sense—striving for harmony in ship manoeuvring
J Prison, J Dahlman, M Lundh
WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs 12 (1), 115-127, 2013
Exploring non-technical miscommunication in vessel traffic service operation
A Brodje, M Lundh, J Jenvald, J Dahlman
Cognition, technology & work 15 (3), 347-357, 2013
Learning from the past for pro-activity–A re-analysis of the accident of the MV Herald of Free Enterprise
G Praetorius, M Lundh, M Lützhöft
Proceedings of the fourth Resilience Engineering Symposium, 217-225, 2011
Evaluating a digital ship design tool prototype: Designers’ perceptions of novel ergonomics software
SC Mallam, M Lundh, SN MacKinnon
Applied ergonomics 59, 19-26, 2017
Energy efficiency at sea: An activity theoretical perspective on operational energy efficiency in maritime transport
M Viktorelius, M Lundh
Energy Research & Social Science 52, 1-9, 2019
A static organization in a dynamic context–A qualitative study of changes in working conditions for Swedish engine officers
M Lundh, LW Rydstedt
Applied Ergonomics 55, 1-7, 2016
Ship engine control room design: analysis of current human factors & ergonomics regulations & future directions
SC Mallam, M Lundh
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 57 (1 …, 2013
The physical work environment and end-user requirements: Investigating marine engineering officers’ operational demands and ship design
SC Mallam, M Lundh
Work 54 (4), 989-1000, 2016
A Life on the Ocean Wave Exploring the interaction between the crew and their adaption to the development of the work situation on board Swedish merchant ships
M Lundh
PQDT-Global, 2010
Non-technical communication factors at the vessel traffic services
NA Costa, M Lundh, SN MacKinnon
Cognition, Technology & Work 20 (1), 63-72, 2018
Gaps between users and designers: a usability study about a tablet-based application used on ship bridges
Y Man, M Lützhöft, NA Costa, M Lundh, SN MacKinnon
International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, 213-224, 2017
The conceptual roles of negative and positive affectivity in the stressor-strain relationship
LW Rydstedt, SÅK Johnsen, M Lundh, JJ Devereux
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 9 (1), 93-103, 2013
Managing unruly technologies in the engine control room: from problem patching to an architectural thinking and standardization
Y Man, M Lundh, SN MacKinnon
WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs 17 (4), 497-519, 2018
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20