Who we are?

The Cognitive Ergonomics Group was created by Professor José J. Cañas at the University of Granada at the beginning of the 90s. His objective was to apply the knowledge about Human Factors and Ergonomics to the solution of human factors problems in the industrial, the institutions and the society in general. Being an university research group, our work has always had two aspects. On the one hand, we work on solving the problems that our clients raise and, on the other hand, we do basic research on Human Factors and Ergonomics when current knowledge is not enough to solve those problems.

Our services

DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION

 

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HUMAN FACTORS IN WORKPLACES DESIGN

Psychological components are now more important than physical ones in the work done by one person.

The technological revolution in industry has meant that human work depends on the perceptual abilities, memory, decision making etc., rather than the manual skills of workers. For this reason, the intervention of cognitive ergonomists is essential to ensure efficiency, effectiveness and safety of workers.

See our projects done

How do we do our work?

Research and Knowledge Transfer

Knowledge transfer is the process of putting academic knowledge to practical use. Our group has long experience in knowledge transfer, as shown by our high experience with many companies and institutions.

Check out our projects done in the following link:

Knowledge Transfer Projects

Our Current Projects

Safety Granada International Seminar Coorganizers

Since 2012 the Cognitive Ergonomics Group, in cooperation with Ergotec and with the support of ICSI, coorganizes “Safety Granada”, a first level scientific-technical international seminar which attracts hight-risks european and american agencies and enterprises.

For more information click on the link bellow:

Safety Granada 2016

Research Cooperation Academic Institutions

Research Cooperation Private Companies