“Horizon 2020” Call: Human Factors in Transport Safety
Shota Rustaveli National Scientific Foundation of Georgia disseminates information regarding “Horizon 2020” Work Programme. Recently published work programme project # 11 Smart, green and integrated transport under the third pillar “Societal Challenges” announces the call “ MG-2-1-2018: Human Factors in Transport Safety”.
The Challenge is to improve transport safety through a more integrated adoption of human factors, infrastructure and the mobility system. In order to meet this challenge, proposals should address one of the following subtopics:
Subtopic A) Understand the limitations, interaction and range of factors that influence and degrade human performance when controlling a vehicle.
Subtopic B) Improve the assessment of human risk factors in risk based design and operation within waterborne / air transport, including crew resource management, crew 36 awareness and response in extreme cases (e.g collision, evacuation, aircrafts upset recovery, runway excursions, etc).
Collaboration within the EU and neighbouring countries is highly recommended.
Proposal budget: 4-8 million EUR.
Application form will be available on October 31, 2017.
Registration deadline: January 30, 2018 (First Stage), September 19, 2018 (Second Stage)
For further information, please read the work programme carefully.