Human Systems Integration at ESTIA/CentraleSupélec/ISAE-SUPAERO

     The HSI course in 2022-2023

     Mini-projects in January 2023 (ESTIA)

     Mini-projects in February-April 2023 (CentraleSupélec)

     Mini-projects in April-May 2023 (ISAE-SUPAERO)

     Useful documents

Professional courses

     Online products (will be available soon)

Summer/Winter schools

     Academia and industry together

     First Summer School is planned in 2023

Hands-on training

     FlexTech-CLE prototyping platform

FlexTech Seminar (broadcasted) - see the Events section

     Monthly lectures by experienced scientists and professionals

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Human Systems Integration

           Course taught at

               CentraleSupélec, ESTIA,

               ISAE-SUPAERO & ESCP

Become a Human-Systems Integrator...

We cannot think Human-Centered Design (HCD)

without considering people and organizations that go with it.

We also cannot think new technology, new organizations and new jobs

without considering change management, especially in digital organizations.

A human-systems integrator should be able to lead in both industry and academia, for the sake of safety, efficiency and well-being.

A human-systems integrator will master HCD and practice.

He or she will know how to develop virtual prototypes

that requires progressive operational tangibility

toward Human-Systems Integration (HSI).

A human-systems integrator will be able to handle flexibility

in design and operations, tangibility of software-intensive systems, virtual human-centered design, increasingly-autonomous complex systems, human-factors and ergonomics of sociotechnical systems (socioergonomics), and systems of systems integration, where people are integrating parts.

A human-systems integrator will be able to formalize a systemic approach

toward HSI. Good HSI is a matter of maturity… it takes time to mature.

It takes time for a human being to become autonomous, and then mature!

HSI is a matter of human-machine teaming,

where human-machine cooperation and coordination are crucial.