Linda Onnasch is an assistant professor of engineering psychology at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. Her current research interest is in how humans interact with technology and how functions should be allocated between man and machine, especially regarding the interaction with automated systems and collaborative robots. Moreover, she acts as a project manager in national as well as international research projects. Linda studied psychology at the Technical University Berlin with emphasis on work, engineering & organisational psychology as well as Human Factors. From 2009 to 2014 she worked at the TU Berlin at Dietrich Manzey’s chair for Work, Engineering and Organizational Psychology as a researcher and lecturer in the Human Factors Master program. In this time, Linda did her PhD in human-automation interaction with special focus on assistance systems. From 2015 to 2017 she worked as a Human Factors specialist at HFC Human-Factors-Consult.
Her conducted research covers topics regarding trust in and operators’ adaptation to (imperfect) automation, function allocation, and human redundancy in technical systems. Linda is a member of the HFES Europe Chapter since 2010.