My personal story
Maximizing human potential in ‘high-performance industries’
Koos Meijer, founder of KM Human Factors Engineering and Somnoblue is specialized in enhancing performance, vitality, and safety using Human Factors and chronobiological methods. From 2011 to 2014 he has lectured seven courses at the University of Leiden. His goal as a human factors psychologist is to bridge the gap between academic human factors theory and organizational practice. In this process, he makes use of his background as a civil engineer with hands-on offshore experience and his academic background as a cognitive psychologist.
MSc. Applied Cognitive Psychology
BSc. Civil Engineering
Martin Robb is our partner in the application and development of Night Fit. Martin is a consultant at Human Factors Applications. With over 15 years’ of Human Factors Consultancy experience on Major Capital Projects (e.g. military, offshore Oil & Gas, and pharmaceuticals), Martin is known to reliably deliver good-practice, risk-based Health, Safety and Environment solutions to Clients in the process industries. Martin is a coauthor of the Night Fit paper for the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Please contact Martin for inquiries about the application of Night Fit at your organization.
MSc. Human Factors / Ergonomics
Certified Ergonomist (BCPE)
Mart van Genne is involved as a science advisor at KM Human Factors Engineering. Mart has a Master’s degree in Neurobiology with a focus on Science, Business and Policy. His current focus at KM Human Factors Engineering is on gathering scientific evidence on improving the working environment for shift workers using chronobiological methods (i.e. the science of biological rhythms). In this process he uses his academic background as a cognitive behavior/neuroscientist.
BSc. Cognitive Behaviour and Neurosciences
Open for internships and thesis projects for students. Current project: The effects of the use of blue blocking glasses on the quality of sleep of students that have a mild form of delayed sleep-phase syndrome (master thesis project University of Leiden). Please contact us for more information about an internship or thesis project.