Happy to meet you, I am Jonas, PhD and Engineer in Neuroergonomics and Aeronautic. I am currently at APSYS, an Airbus Company specialized in risk management in the south of France. Here weather is hot, wind is strong and so is our will to change the world for the safer.
If my profile interests you or if you have any question, do not hesitate to contact me, I will always feel honored!
Neuroergonomics is a young field that aims to use latest neuroscience models to study ergonomics. Far from being another trend, crossing those fields allows us to explore new aspects of human factors.
I firmly believe that all is interaction. From working on your computer to reading a map - and even cursing your shower because it is too hot - we all interact with systems and processes in our daily life.
I have liked planes since I was a kid, and being on the other side made me love all aeronautic domain. Designing systems that match safety and security is a tough goal - and a reward when achieved.
After my French A-level, I decided to go to CPGE training (tough preparation to competitive national exam) in maths and physics. I saw the extent of human knowledge, and how small I was.
I decided to join the ENAC (French National Aviation University), following my interest for planes. In there, I discovered many different areas within aviation - UAVs, ATM and airports. I found also a passion for computer science which I developped thanks to school and personal projects.
In order to acquire some experience within Human Machine Interaction, I joined the Interactive Informatics Laboratory of ENAC. I had the honor of working with skillful scientists who taught me a lot. I found there my conviction that "everyhing is interaction", thanks to my tutor Stephane Chatty.
I decided to specialize in HMI by following the HMI Master, the only HMI schooling in France focusing on interaction developement. I studied design, prototyping and met a lot of people amazingly inspiring.
To discover new cultures, I decided to do my last internship abroad. I found in Frequentis the perfect subject to put into practice all my schooling in ATM and HMI. All this was even more interesting in the wonderful city of Vienna.
After much thought I decided that it was the best choice considering my will to understand humans better in order to adapt machines to operators (and not the contrary).
I discovered during my PhD that data analysis was something I enjoyed, particularly within public research environment.
To connect again with aeronautical aeronautical context, I joined APSYS in the young Human Factors team. There, I work as the neuroergonomic specialist of a multidisciplinary team, allowing me to work on inspired projects while still learning from collegues.
Questions, remarks, proposals: do not hesitate, as I will always answer whatever you want to discuss about. I normally answer within two days, except in emergency situations (e.g. holidays).