In addition to leading Saturn Ergonomics, Murray Gibson is a non-traditional PhD student in the Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering at Auburn University. Murray’s research interests rapidly grew as Saturn Ergonomics pursued innovative ergonomics technology solutions, and becoming a part-time PhD student was a natural fit.
Murray routinely serves as a guest lecturer at Auburn University’s Samual Ginn College of Engineering and Harbert College of Business.
Active innovation/research projects at Saturn Ergonomics include:
Application technologies for force and fatigue evaluation
Simulated ergonomics evaluation
Dynamic biomechanics modeling
Murray actively collaborates with researchers and students in the United States, Canada, Poland, and Iran. Current research projects include:
Five New MAE-based Equations
Rethinking Ergonomics Cost Benefit Analysis
Smartphone Ergonomics SLR (Systematic Literature Review)
Force Estimation Technology
Click the links below for additional information on Murray’s research.