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Ph.D Candidate

Brief Biography Ziagul Hosseini studied at Utrecht University where she obtained her Master of Science degree in Work and Organisational Psychology in 2018. Her thesis was about the vitality and productivity of employees with flexible contracts.   Current Project Her Ph.D. research project focuses on (re)designing sustainable workplaces for warehouse employees who are working with […]

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Ph.D Candidate

Brief Biography Shi Chen is currently a doctoral candidate with the Human Performance Management Group at the University of Eindhoven. Shi obtained his BSc and MSc from Zhejiang Normal University, China. For his master thesis, he concentrated on how do Chinese undergraduates express their gratitude. His Ph.D. project is supported by the China Scholarship Council […]

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Ph.D Candidate

Brief Biography Bas van Oudenhoven is currently a Ph.D Candidate with the Technical University of Eindhoven.  He completed his bachelors degree in Industrial Engineering at the TU/e and obtained a MSc in Operations Management and Logistics from the same institution. Current Project His research will investigate the role of human decision making in Condition Based […]

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Ph.D Candidate

Brief Biography Elwira obtained her BSc in Psychology from the University of Liverpool (Hons, 2016) and her MSc in Applied Cognitive Psychology from Leiden University (cum laude, 2019). For her master thesis she concentrated on emotional contagion, empathy and interpersonal physiological synchrony. Elwira also completed a research internship at the CoPAN LAB (Leiden University) focusing […]

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Ph.D Candidate (External)

Brief Biography I am a born and raised Dutchman living in Uruguay since 2008. I have a bachelor’s degree in marketing, a master in Export Marketing Management and an MBA from Webster University Leiden. I am a teacher at the Universidad de Montevideo in Cross Cultural Business and Modern Management at the Faculty of Economic Science […]

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Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

Biography Keri Pekaar is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Human Performance Management group of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). She obtained her PhD on the topic of emotional intelligence and now studies change management processes in the sustainability domain. Her main research interests are emotions, motivation, and proactive behaviour. Current Project In her post-doc […]

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Post Doctoral Research Fellow

Brief Biography Piet van Gool is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Human Performance Management group of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). He obtained an MSc degree in Industrial Engineering and Management Science with a specialization in Innovation Management from the same university. In his doctoral dissertation he studied how employees, in particular purchasing professionals, […]

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Assistant Professor

Quote “Challenging goals and specific feedback are indispensable for individuals and teams to manage and enhance their performance. Both goals and feedback are needed: one does not work without the other. Neither will work unless they are based on valid and controllable performance measures.”   Research profile Ad Kleingeld is an assistant professor in the Human […]

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Doctoral Candidate

Biography Bregje van der Staak joined the Human Performance Management (HPM) group as PhD candidate in September 2016. She holds an MSc degree in Industrial Engineering from Eindhoven University of Technology. Her research focuses on (the impact of) human decision making in planning and scheduling systems. Research streams of decision making and planning algorithms are combined […]

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Assistant Professor

Research profile Philippe van de Calseyde is an Assistant Professor of organizational behavior at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). His background is mainly in the areas of judgment and decision-making. Philippe’s research focuses on understanding how situational- and cognitive factors influence people’s judgments and decisions. Specific interests include how people respond to the decision-speed of […]

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