67 / 100

Β Dr. Gholam Reza Emad | Human Factors | Best Researcher Award

Β Dr at University of Tasmania, Australia

Dr. Gholam Reza Emad is an accomplished scholar and leader in maritime education, currently directing the Centre for Research in Cognitive Human Element in the Maritime Domain (C-HELM) at the Australian Maritime College, University of Tasmania. With a Ph.D. in Curriculum Studies and extensive teaching experience, he specializes in the Cognitive Human Factor and Human Element in the maritime industry. Dr. Emad’s research, grounded in sociocultural theories, explores learning in formal and informal settings, focusing on Industry 4.0’s impact and gender diversity. His contributions include numerous grants, awards for teaching excellence, and a robust media presence, underscoring his commitment to advancing maritime education and safety.

Profile

  1. Scopus

 

  1. Orcid

 

  1. Scholar

Education πŸŽ“

Doctor of Science in Marine and Environmental Sciences University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan, October 2017 – March 2023, Thesis: Acclimation Potential Against Consecutive Thermal Stress on Adult and Early Life Stages of the Reef-Building Coral Acropora tenuis, Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Masaya Morita. Master of Science in Natural Resource Engineering – Aquatic Animals Proliferation and Farming Azad University, Bandar Abbas Branch, Bandar Abbas, Iran, 2012 – 2014. Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Engineering – Fisheries Azad University, Bandar Abbas Branch, Bandar Abbas, Iran, 2007 – 2011

Leadership Positions πŸ†

Director of C-HELM (Centre for Research in Cognitive Human Element in the Maritime Domain) 2021 – Present. Master of Applied Science Course Coordinator Australian Maritime College, University of Tasmania, 2021 – Present. Course Coordinator, Australian Maritime College, University of Tasmania, 2017 – 2021. Deputy-Vice Chancellor, Students Affairs Chabahar Maritime University 2014 – 2016. Head of Scientific and International Affairs Chabahar Maritime University 2012 – 2014. Deputy Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs Chabahar Maritime University 2003 – 2005. Chair of Nautical Department Chabahar Maritime University (CMU) 2002 – 2004. Academic Dean of Chabahar Distance Education University 1998 – 2001. Chair of Nautical Department, CMU, 1997 – 1998. Academic Dean of College of Nautical Studies CMU 1995 – 1998. Maritime Advisor for the Independent Surveying Company 1994 – 2005. Intermittent Work Experience in the Maritime Industry 1986 – 2003

Teaching Experience πŸ“š

Senior Lecturer University of Tasmania, Australian Maritime College 2016 – Present Responsibilities: Teaching graduate/undergraduate courses, supervising post-graduate and higher degree by research students. Assistant Professor Chabahar Maritime University 2011 – 2016 Responsibilities: Teaching graduate/undergraduate courses, supervising post-graduate students. Adjunct Professor AmirKabir University of Technology 2012 – 2015 Responsibilities: Teaching graduate courses, supervising post-graduate students. Adjunct Professor Sistan and Baluchistan University, International Campus 2012 – 2014 Responsibilities: Teaching at the Teacher Education program. Adjunct Professor Kish International University 2002 – 2003 Responsibilities: Course development, teaching at the graduate level. Adjunct Professor Khark Azad University 2000 – 2005 Responsibilities: Teaching undergraduate courses. Adjunct Professor Fisheries and Ocean Organization College 2000 – 2002 Responsibilities: Professional development, teaching non-credit technical courses. Assistant Professor Chabahar Maritime University 1993 – 2005Responsibilities: Course development, teaching at the undergraduate level

Awards and Scholarships πŸ…

2023: Recognition of Outstanding Teaching Based on Student Feedback, UTAS.2022: Recognition of Outstanding Teaching Based on Student Feedback, UTAS.2021: Recognition of Outstanding Teaching Based on Student Feedback, UTAS.2019: Recognition of Outstanding Teaching Based on Student Feedback, UTAS.2008: Graduate Award, University of Victoria, Canada.2008: Canadian Association for Research on Work and Health award, Canada.2007: Scholarship of Students Led Research, BC Government, Canada.2005: Research Training Scholarship, Ministry of Higher Education, Iran.2003: Outstanding Teaching Award, Maritime, Minister of Road and Transportation, Iran.1992: Research Training Scholarship, Ministry of Higher Education, Iran.

Research Interests πŸ”

I study knowing and learning in formal and informal settings through qualitative research. In my research, I utilize sociocultural perspectives and theories such as the Cultural Historical Activity Theory. My research mainly focuses on the study of the Cognitive Human Factor and Human Element in the maritime domain. My research center (C-HELM) projects aim to understand how implementing Industry 4.0 affects humans and their role in future industries. In my latest research, I am interested in how advanced technology can improve equality and gender diversity. πŸš’πŸŒŠπŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬

 

Publications Top Notes πŸ“

  • Connecting to the oceans: supporting ocean literacy and public engagement
    • Year: 2021
    • Authors: R Kelly, K Evans, K Alexander, S Bettiol, S Corney, C Cullen-Knox, …

 

  • Contradictions in the practices of training for and assessment of competency: A case study from the maritime domain
    • Year: 2008
    • Authors: G Emad, WM Roth

 

  • Ocean resource use: building the coastal blue economy
    • Year: 2021
    • Authors: N Bax, C Novaglio, KH Maxwell, K Meyers, J McCann, S Jennings, …

 

  • Deep aspirations: towards a sustainable offshore blue economy
    • Year: 2022
    • Authors: C Novaglio, N Bax, F Boschetti, GR Emad, S Frusher, L Fullbrook, …

 

  • Industrial revolutions and transition of the maritime industry: The case of Seafarer’s role in autonomous shipping
    • Year: 2022
    • Authors: M Shahbakhsh, GR Emad, S Cahoon

 

  • Policy as boundary object: A new way to look at educational policy design and implementation
    • Year: 2009
    • Authors: G Emad, WM Roth

 

  • Identifying seafarer training needs for operating future autonomous ships: a systematic literature review
    • Year: 2022
    • Authors: GR Emad, H Enshaei, S Ghosh

 

  • Shipping 4.0 and training seafarers for the future autonomous and unmanned ships
    • Year: 2020
    • Authors: GR Emad, M Khabir, M Shahbakhsh

 

  • A study on time constraints and task deviations at sea leading to accidents–a cultural-historical perspective
    • Year: 2019
    • Authors: A Rajapakse, GR Emad, M LΓΌtzhΓΆft, M Grech
Gholam Reza Emad | Human Factors | Best Researcher Award

You May Also Like