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Martijn IJtsma

  • Assistant Professor, Integrated Systems Engineering
  • 230 Baker Systems
    1971 Neil Ave
    Columbus, OH 43210

About

Research

  • Cognitive Systems Engineering
  • Human-Automation Interaction
  • Human-Robot/Machine Teaming
  • Adaptation and Coordination in Multi-Agent Systems

Education

Ph.D. Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019

M.Sc. Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2016

B.Sc. Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2013

Areas of Interest

Martijn’s research evolves around the use of computational modeling to study and improve the design of multi-agent sociotechnical systems. His work brings together constructs from cognitive systems engineering and computational modeling with the goal of capturing and evaluating the dynamic and emergent behavior of multi-agent systems involving humans working with technology (automation, robots, artificial intelligence). His PhD thesis was on the development of computational models of work strategies in human-robot teams to analyze how work allocation and interaction modes affect a team’s ability to adapt. Applications of his research are, amongst others, in the air traffic management and manned spaceflight domains.