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Madeline Hallewell

Research Fellow, Faculty of Engineering

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Biography

Research fellow in Human Factors with a background in Education and Psychology.

Teaching Summary

I have teaching experience in psychology and the social sciences including research methods.

Research Summary

Currently working as Research Fellow on the ServCity project in which we are investigating how autonomous vehicles as a mobility service can become an everyday reality for everyone. We are examining… read more

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Current Research

Currently working as Research Fellow on the ServCity project in which we are investigating how autonomous vehicles as a mobility service can become an everyday reality for everyone. We are examining Human-Machine Interface requirements and issues with people with a range of needs and proposing design considerations for future services.

Past Research

I was previously employed as a Human Factors research on the following projects:

  • TOC17 Suicide, Trespass and Risky behaviour Reduction. This project aimed to use innovative lighting products to address behaviours relating to suicide, trespass and accidents on the railway.
  • AIR4 dynamic Lighting for wayfinding and management of passenger flows at stations . The project sought to design dynamic lighting systems to influence behaviour at train stations for efficiency and safety purposes.
  • MaTHiSiS: this project employed an adaptive learning system and multimodal affect recognition to assist learners with intellectual disabillities to engage with learning games.
  • Horizon 2020 "3D Tune-In". This project aimed to develop digital games using 3D audio to enhance the hearing experiences of hearing aid users and develop an understanding of what hearing loss is like in those without hearing impairments.

Human Factors Research Group

Faculty of Engineering
The University of Nottingham
University Park, Nottingham
NG7 2RD, UK


Telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 4040
Email: human.factors@nottingham.ac.uk