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The CIHS brings academic rigor and innovation together with a focus on the real-world needs of the industrial partner. Working with CIHS provides access to a world class research capability focusing on the specific challenges of the organisation without long term commitments. CIHS has built up over twenty-five years’ experience with projects which aim to resolve problems and bring about meaningful changes in behaviour,
operations and policy. These applied projects focus on areas such as developing and implementing safety training for the design, operation and maintenance; implementing process improvement initiatives to improve cost effectiveness; conducting needs assessments and safety culture assessments. Constantly innovating and evolving solutions means that there is a transfer of learning between multiple sectors. Transferring this expertise and knowledge to the benefit of organisations can be done in multiple ways, from leveraged research funding to dedicated research funding.

Researchers in the Centre for Innovative Human Systems have received national and international recognition for their work, with over €25 million of funding secured from European Commission research Programmes, National Funders and Industrial Sectors. CIHS researchers contribute to SFI Research Centres LERO and ADAPT, and are members of European and global research collaborations.

We would be happy to discuss any potential collaboration opportunities, please contact us.

Centre Director
Professor Sam Cromie

Assistant Director
Professor Siobhán Corrigan

Centre operations
Paula Hicks

Course Administrator & Centre Support
Rory Carrick


+ 353 (1) 896 8596
+ 353 (1) 896 4818


Centre for Innovative Human Systems (CIHS)
School of Psychology
Trinity College Dublin
Dublin 2


Last updated 24 April 2018