Background and activities
Henrikke Dybvik is a PhD Candidate at TrollLABS at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Her research focuses on design neurocognition, engineering design, product development, and human-computer interaction (HCI). She designs and conducts experiments, and often includes physiology sensors and neuroimaging modalities. These experiments are valuable for interface design, product development and product evaluation. Henrikke uses fNIRS, EEG, ECG and GSR. The research is multidisciplinary—at the interface of cognitive science, design, engineering and HCI. She aims to understand how to design and develop the products that most effectively solve real problems. The research on design neurocognition, creativity, cognitive activity, and engineering design will contribute insights to this end.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
- (2022) Inspirational Stimuli Improve Idea Fluency during Ideation: A Replication and Extension Study with Eye-Tracking. Proceedings of the Design Society. vol. 2.
- (2021) Demonstrating the Feasibility of Multimodal Neuroimaging Data Capture with a Wearable Electoencephalography + Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (EEG+FNIRS) in Situ. Proceedings of the Design Society. vol. 1.
- (2021) Description of a Wearable Electroencephalography + Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (EEG+FNIRS) for In-Situ Experiments on Design Cognition. Proceedings of the Design Society. vol. 1.
- (2021) Real-World fNIRS Brain Activity Measurements during Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. Brain Sciences. vol. 11 (6).
- (2021) Perception by Palpation: Development and Testing of a Haptic Ferrogranular Jamming Surface. Frontiers in Robotics and AI. vol. 8.
- (2020) A low-cost predictive display for teleoperation: Investigating effects on human performance and workload. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. vol. 145.
- (2020) Exploring Challenges with Designing and Developing Shore Control Centres (SCCs) for Autonomous Ships. Proceedings of the Design Society: DESIGN Conference. vol. 1.
- (2020) A Modular Research Platform – Proof-of-Concept of a Flexible Experiment Setup Developed for Rapid Testing of Simulators, UIs and Human Physiology Sensors. Procedia CIRP. vol. 91.
- (2020) Investigating the relationship between mental state (workload and affect) and physiology in a control room setting (ship bridge simulator). Cognition, Technology & Work. vol. 22 (1).
Part of book/report
- (2020) Integration of low-cost, dry-comb EEG-electrodes with a standard electrode cap for multimodal signal acquisition during human experiments. Proceedings of the NordDesign 2020 conference August 11 – 14, 2020 Technical University of Denmark (DTU).
- (2019) A dynamic and a static approach to the business model - Investigating the potential difference in business model focus. 2019 IEEE International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE/ITMC).
- (2018) Evaluating Continuous Improvement Efforts in New Product Development. 2018 ISPIM Innovation Conference: Innovation, the Name of the Game.
- (2018) STEERING A SHIP - INVESTIGATING AFFECTIVE STATE AND WORKLOAD IN SHIP SIMULATIONS. Proceedings of the DESIGN 2018 15th International Design Conference.
- (2018) An exploration of mixed methods, researching business model phenomena - Investigating the business model phenomena through literature, in-depth case study, statistical testing and user experiments. Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet. 2018.