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Elmira Zohrevandi


Postdoctoral researcher in information visualization with focus on design and evaluation of visual analytics interfaces to strengthen human-automation collaboration.

Automation in today’s world has helped human operators having several tasks accomplished in limited time. Therefore, human’s role in automated environments are shifting from operational tasks to supervisory tasks.

In complex environments, supervisory tasks become sometimes difficult to manage as the operator needs to have a clear understanding of different operational levels in the system and make decisions safely and efficiently. My work focuses on strengthening human analytical reasoning by visualizing the constraints and relationships between system parameters to them. My research expertise includes domain problem characterization through work domain analysis, visual encoding design, evaluation study design and simulation design. 

I have a M.Sc. degree in Transportation Systems Engineering and Logistics from the division of communication and transport (KTS) and a Ph.D. degree in Visualization and Media Technology from the division of media and information technology (MIT) at the Institute of science and technology (ITN) in Linköping University.



Elmira Zohrevandi (2022) Real-Time Visual Analytics Interfaces to Strengthen Human-Automation Collaboration
Elmira Zohrevandi, Carl Westin, Katerina Vrotsou, Jonas Lundberg (2022) Exploring Effects of Ecological Visual Analytics Interfaces on Experts' and Novices' Decision‐Making Processes: A Case Study in Air Traffic Control Computer graphics forum (Print), Vol. 41, p. 453-464 Continue to DOI
Elmira Zohrevandi, Carl Westin, Jonas Lundberg, Anders Ynnerman (2022) Design and Evaluation Study of Visual Analytics Decision Support Tools in Air Traffic Control Computer graphics forum (Print), Vol. 41, p. 230-242 Continue to DOI


Elmira Zohrevandi, Carl Westin, Jonas Lundberg, Anders Ynnerman (2020) Design of a Real Time Visual Analytics Support Tool for Conflict Detection and Resolution in Air Traffic Control EuroVis 2020 - Short Papers Continue to DOI


Elmira Zohrevandi (2019) Visualization of Complex Situations to Strengthen Human-Automation Collaboration PROCEEDINGS OF THE 31ST EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON COGNITIVE ERGONOMICS: DESIGN FOR COGNITION (ECCE 2019), p. 14-18 Continue to DOI