Dr Hamlet specialises in cultural diagnostics and non-technical skills training and research. He has been conducting research into human factors for seven years and was awarded his PhD in psychology/human factors in early 2021.
His work producing the HeliNOTS behavioural marker systems for transport and emergency response crews has been recognised for its significant impact across academia and industry.
Dr Irwin specialises in workplace incivility and conflict, cultural variation, non-technical skills identification and training, workplace dynamics and risk normalisation. She is the lead of the Applied Psychology and Human Factors Group (APHF) where she also heads the human factors research strand.
Her key areas of research are centred upon safety-critical industries, where she has overseen the development of human factors training tools spanning aviation to agriculture.
Nejc Sedlar is a PhD researcher at the University of Aberdeen who is currently working on a project funded by the Energy Institute investigating the impact of cognitive biases and risk normalisation on safety within the energy industry.
He has been involved in human factors research since 2018 and has worked on several projects investigating the role of human factors and non-technical skills within general aviation, offshore/search and rescue helicopters, and agriculture. He assisted in the development of both the HeliNOTS and FLINTS behavioural marker systems.