We have submitted the proposal for a workshop at ESOF 2020, which will take place from 2 to 6 September 2020 in Trieste, Italy.

We are pleased to have seen our workshop on Human Factor Issues in Industry 4.0 accepted.

L., Fréour, N., Bazine, M., Penà-Jimenez, N., Cangialosi and G., Déprez will present their research and host the Workshop.

Trieste – Canal Grande al tramonto“, by Luca Aless, licensed under CC-BY SA-4.0.

The workshop “The Human Factor in Industry 4.0” is led by Umbragroup and the University of Florence via Guillaume Déprez (Ph.D.) and Prof. Carlo Odoardi. The Workshop is carried out in connection with the ORBETEC Project. ORBETEC is sponsored by the European Community through the Marie Curie Programme and aims to generate a human resources management model applied to the reality of industry 4.0 through the study of organizational, collective, and individual innovation processes. Orbetec is only one part of a research group led by Prof. C. Odoardi, and A. Battistelli. Our workshop propose to explore the role of Humans in industry 4.0, using the organizational behaviors perspective. It is an opportunity to present Orbetec and other current research carried out by our international team on the theme of Industry 4.0.

 

Thanks to the professors M. Antino, A. Battistelli, J. S. Boudrias, C. Lagabrielle, and S. Pohl, we will have the pleasure to work with four Ph.D. candidates during our workshop: “The Human Factor in Industry 4.0”. Let’s hear about their topics. 

  • Watch a general presentation of our Team here
  • Find more information about ESOF congress here.

 

 

Nicolas Bazine

Work and organizational Psychologist (Ph. D. Candidate) from the University of Bordeaux and the University of Toulouse.

Topic: Technological awareness and protean career orientation: improvement of learning behaviours and improvement of career strategy for Industry 4.0.

Léa Fréour

Work and organizational Psychologist (Ph. D. Candidate) from the University of Bordeaux and the Université Libre de Bruxelles.

Job design perspective in Industry 4.0: how digitalisation help workers influencing their work environment.

Marco Peña Jimenez

Work and organizational Psychologist (Ph. D. Candidate) from the University of Bordeaux and the Compultense University of Madrid.

Professional skills for Industry 4.0: emergence processes of professional competencies

Viviane Masciotra

Work and Organizational Psychology’ Ph. D. Canditate from the Université de Montréal.

Employement environments in the age of AI: Impacts on work design and motivational characteristics