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Biography

Charlotte Collins is anAssistant Professor at the School of Mechanical Aerospace & Automotive at Coventry University. She received her BEng Aerospace Technology degree in 2009,MScR in Flight Simulation of Micro Air Vehicles in 2010 and PGCert in Higher Education and Professional Practice in 2010 from Coventry University. She is currently completing her Ph.D. by Portfolio in Human Factors of Active Stick Technology. She is currently working on an Innovate UK grant entitled: Open Flight Deck and has previously delivered simulation analysis for companies including the Bugatti Trust and Bertrandt. She has worked as an Associate Head of Department/School for over 4 years and progressed from Teaching Assistant to her current role with Coventry University for over 9 years. Within that time Charlotte has been the course director for the BEng Aerospace Technology course at Coventry University and holds a Senior Fellowship of the HEA. She has been involved with delivery of undergraduate and master's teaching and CPD for companies including the LAA on topics including flight dynamics, aerospace project management and aerodynamics.

Education/Academic qualification

Teaching, Postgraduate Certificate, Coventry University

23 Sep 201121 Sep 2012

Aerospace, MSc, Coventry University

21 Feb 201125 Feb 2012

Aerospace, Degree, Coventry University

26 Sep 20065 Jun 2009

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Envisioning Mixed Realities on the Flight Deck

Blundell, J., Huddlestone, J., Collins, C., Scott, S., Sears, R. & Plioutsias, A., 1 Jul 2020, Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation - Proceedings of the AHFE 2020 Virtual Conference on Human Aspects of Transportation: Proceedings of the AHFE 2020 Virtual Conference on Human Aspects of Transportation, July 16-20, 2020, USA. Stanton, N. (ed.). Switzerland: Springer, p. 493-499 7 p. (Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing; vol. 1212 AISC).

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