Prof. Mark Young
Mark Young is an Inspector with the UK’s Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) and leads the Branch’s work on human factors. Before joining RAIB in 2012, he worked in academia, researching and teaching in human factors, with a particular interest in mental workload associated with vehicle automation. Mark has around 25 years’ experience working in human factors, and holds a degree in Psychology and a PhD in Human Factors, both from the University of Southampton. He is also a Visiting Professor at Loughborough University’s Design School.
Talk – Perspectives on mental workload: tackling the underload problem