Khoirul Muslim, Ph.D.



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Research Division : Ergonomics, Occupational and Safety Engineering
Field of Interest : 1. Occupational Biomechanics
: 2. Industrial Ergonomics
Education : 1. Ph.D. (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA)
: 2. Master (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
: 3. Undergraduate (Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia)

Key Publications:

  1. Muslim, K.; Nussbaum, M. A.; “Traditional Posterior Load Carriage: Effects of Load Mass and Size on Torso Kinematics, Kinetics, Muscle Activity, and Movement Stability”. Ergonomics, 1-34. 2015.
  2. Widyanti, A.; Susanti, L.; Sutalaksana, I. Z.; Muslim, K.; “Ethnic differences in Indonesian anthropometry data: Evidence from three different largest ethnics”. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 47, 72-78. 2015.
  3. Muslim, K.; Nussbaum, M. A.; “Musculoskeletal symptoms associated with posterior load carriage: An assessment of manual material handling workers in Indonesia”. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation. 2014.
  4. Muslim, K.; Bazrgari, B.; Hendershot, B.; Toosizadeh, N.; Nussbaum, M.A.; Madigan, M.L.; “Disturbance and Recovery of Trunk Mechanical and Neuromuscular Behaviors Following Repeated Static Trunk Flexion: Influences of Duration and Duty Cycle on Creep-Induced Effects”. Applied Ergonomics 44(4): 643-651. 2013.
  5. Hendershot, B. D.; Toosizadeh, N.; Muslim, K.; Madigan, M. L.; Nussbaum, M. A.; “Evidence for an Exposure-Response Relationship between Trunk Flexion and Impairments in Trunk Postural Control”. Journal of biomechanics. 2013.
  6. Toosizadeh, N.; Bazrgari, B.; Hendershot, B.; Muslim, K.; Nussbaum, M. A.; Madigan, M. L.; “Disturbance and recovery of trunk mechanical and neuromuscular behaviors following repetitive lifting: influences of flexion angle and lift rate on creep-induced effects.” Ergonomics, 1-10. 2013.