Den Gast-Vortrag der ersten gemeinsamen Ringvorlesung „Arbeit 4.0“ vom Forschungsschwerpunkt "Digitale Zukunft" und dem Fortschrittskolleg "Gestaltung von flexiblen Arbeitswelten" am 12.06.2017 um 16 Uhr, hält
Dr. Fridolin Wild
Performance Augmentation Lab
Oxford Brookes University
„Work 4.0: Performance Augmentation for Industry 4.0“
Universität Bielefeld, CiTEC Gebäude, Inspiration 1, 33619 Bielefeld
CITEC Raum 1.204 , 16-18 Uhr
Industry 4.0 is on the rise and this coordinated push for automation, big data, and internet-of-things in the smart factory is already causing (and will continue to) disruption in the job market. New skills for 'new collar' jobs are needed and intelligent assistance systems with Augmented Reality, Smart Glasses, and other forms of wearable computing may help to deliver them.
In this talk, Dr. Wild will introduce to the concept of Performance Augmentation and illustrate how challenges for the future can be met at the hand of several examples of intelligent training and live guidance applications on the shop floor.
Dr Fridolin Wild is a Senior Research Fellow, leading the Performance Augmentation Lab (PAL) of Oxford Brookes University, located in the Department of Computing and Communications Technologies. With the research and development of the lab, Fridolin seeks to close the dissociative gap between abstract knowledge and its practical application, researching radically new forms of linking directly from knowing something ‘in principle’ to applying that knowledge ‘in practice’ and speeding its refinement and integration into polished performance.
Fridolin is and has been leading numerous EU, European Space Agency, and nationally funded research projects, including WEKIT, TCBL, ARPASS, Tellme, TELmap, cRunch, Stellar, Role, LTfLL, iCamp, and Prolearn. Fridolin is the voted treasurer of the European Association of Technology Enhanced Learning (EATEL) and leads its Special Interest Group on Wearable-Enhanced Learning (SIG WELL). He chairs the working group on Augmented Reality Learning Experience Models (ARLEM) of the IEEE Standards Association as well as the Natural Language Processing task view of the Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN).
From 2009 to 2016, Fridolin was with the Knowledge Media Institute of the Open University of the UK. Fridolin also worked as a researcher at the Vienna University of Economics and Business in Austria from 2004 to 2009. He studied at the University of Regensburg, Germany, with extra-murals at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and the University of Hildesheim.