Ergonomic and Physical Activity Research
- Research Overview
The ergonomic research is divided into 2 main fields; laboratory and field studies. The ergonomic room equipped with certified equipment such as Primus RS work simulation and EvalTech work evaluation, as well as hard work and computer workstation simulation. EMG and other biomechanical and physiological equipment from other research fields in the Faculty are also available. Field studies mainly cooperations with other government and private sectors with some grants are of our service. Intervention and training such as computer workstation, manual material handling, stress and fatigue, and physical activity are our expertise.
- Assoc.Prof.Dr. Wattana Jalayondeja
- Assoc.Prof.Dr. Chutima Jalayondeja
- Asst.Prof.Dr. Keerin Mekhora
- Asst.Prof.Dr. Petcharatana Bhuanantanondh
- Lect. Sira Boonprasop
- Current projects
Developing computer and smartphone application for reducing work-related musculoskeletal disorders and promoting physical activity among computer office workers
Survey and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries in worker involving Manual matterial handling works for petolium workers.
Survey of work fatigue in petolium workers.
Test to determining sincerity test when performing physical performance.