H-SEIF

H seif

(Picture courtesy H-SEIF project 2017)

 

H-SEIF is a research project that aims at developing new methods for Human Sentered Systems Engineering.

H-SEIF stands for Human Systems Engineering Framework.

The project is initiated by the University College of Southeast Norway (USN) adn SEMCON. The research partners are USN, AHO and NTNU. In addition there are multiple industrial partners with SEMCON leading the project.

Overview of publications in the H-seif project

[1] Halvor Røed Jensen and Adam Balfour. 2019. Interactive Knowledge Architecture An intuitive tool for effective knowledge sharing. INCOSE Int. Symp. 2019 (2019).

[2] Marianne Kjørstad and Kristin Falk. 2018. A Systems Engineering Assessment of Emergency Disconnect System from the User Perspective. INCOSE Int. Symp. 2018 28, 1 (2018), 1078–1092. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1002/j.2334-5837.2018.00535.x

[3] Marianne Kjørstad and Kristin Falk. 2019. Innovating in the Offshore Sector ; Applying Systems Thinking for Decision-Making in the Fuzzy Front End. INCOSE Hum. Syst. Integr. 2019 (2019).

[4] Marianne Kjørstad, Kristin Falk, Gerrit Muller, and José Pinto. 2019. Early Validation of User Needs in Concept Development: A Case Study in an Innovation-Oriented Consultancy. Int. Hum. Syst. Eng. Des. Conf. 2018 876, (2019), 54–60. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-02053-8

[5] Gerrit Muller, Kristin Falk, and Marianne Kjørstad. 2019. Chapter 13: Systemic Innovation. In Evolving Toolbox for Complex Project Management, Leonie Kay Hallo, Alex Gorod, Vernon Ireland and Indra Gunawan (eds.).

[6] José Pinto, Kristin Falk, and Marianne Kjørstad. 2019. Inclusion of human values in the specification of systems : bridging design and systems engineering. INCOSE Int. Symp. 2019 (2019).

[7] Nina Marie Sjøkvist and Marianne Kjørstad. 2019. Eliciting Human Values by Applying Design Thinking Techniques in Systems Engineering. INCOSE Int. Symp. 2019 (2019).

[8] Andreas Wettre, Birger Sevaldson, Palak Dudani. 2019. Bridging Silos. A new workshop method for bridging silos. Relating Systems Thinking and Design (RSD8) Symposium 2019

[9] Roselie Beate Vanebo and Marianne Kjørstad. 2020. An Interactive Tool for Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing of Customer Needs in the Conceptual Phase. INCOSE International Symposium. Vol. 30. No. 1. 2020.

[10] Malin Guntveit, Marianne Kjørstad, and Birger Sevaldson. 2020. Early Validation of Stakeholder Needs by Applying Co‐creation Sessions. INCOSE International Symposium. Vol. 30. No. 1. 2020.

[11] Marianne Kjørstad, Kristin Falk, and Gerrit Muller. 2020. Exploring a co-creative problem solving toolbox in the context of Norwegian high-tech industry." IEEE Systems Journal (2020).

[12] Marianne Kjørstad, Mo Mansouri, Gerrit Muller, and Svein Kjenner. 2019. Systems Thinking for Early Validation of User Needs in the Front End of Innovation; a Case Study in an Offshore SoS. 2019 14th Annual Conference System of Systems Engineering (SoSE). IEEE, 2019.

[13] Runar Tunheim Aarsheim, Kristin Falk, and Svein Kjenner. 2020. Electing User Needs Related to Human Values through Illustrative ConOps‐a new‐energy case study. INCOSE International Symposium. Vol. 30. No. 1. 2020.

[14] Palak Dudani. 2020, Complex Systems: Breakthrough Innovations Through People The H-SEIF project booklet. University of South-Eastern Norway no. 50, 2020. Available on: USN Open Archive: Complex Systems: Breakthrough Innovations Through People The H-SEIF project booklet, ISSN: 2535-5325 (online), ISBN: 978-82-7860-442-7 (online), ISBN: 978-82-7860-444-1 (print)

 

Other diseminations

• Kjørstad, Marianne; Falk, Kristin.
A Systems Engineering Assessment of Emergency Disconnect System from the User Perspective. INOCSE International Symposium 2018; 2018-07-07 - 2018-07-12
USN (presenter Marianne Kjørstad)

• Kjørstad, Marianne; Falk, Kristin; Muller, Gerrit; Pinto, José.
Early Validation of User Needs in Concept Development: A Case Study in an Innovation-Oriented Consultancy. International Human Systems Engineering and Design Conference 2018; 2018-10-25 - 2018-10-27
USN (presenter Marianne Kjørstad)

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Jan-Henrik Kulberg. 2019. Masterstudenter spurte ingeniører om følelser. University of South-Eastern Norway, viewed 23 November 2020 <https://www.usn.no/aktuelt/nyhetsarkiv/masterstudenter-spurte-ingeniorer-om-folelser>

Vil ha følelser inn i teknologien. 2019. University of South-Eastern Norway, viewed 23 November 2020 <https://www.usn.no/aktuelt/nyhetsarkiv/vil-ha-folelser-inn-i-teknologien>