Keith Case is Professor of computer aided engineering in mechanical and manufacturing engineering at Loughborough University and is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of the Ergonomics Society, and a Fellow of the British Computer Society. He is also Director of SAMMIE CAD Limited, a company that develops and markets the digital human modelling tool SAMMIE. In 1994 he received the Ergonomics Society Otto Edholm Award in recognition of his significant contribution to the development and application of ergonomics, primarily in the area of digital human modelling. His current research interests include inclusive design, human aspects of automation, cognitive ergonomics in manufacturing assembly, the ageing workforce, human behavioural modelling, digital human modelling, knowledge-based design and manufacture, feature-based design, and process planning. He is the author of over 300 papers and is publishing a series of books relating to diaries from the Matabele, Boer, and First World War.
Biography Updated on 15 November 2012