Ella-Mae Hubbard is a lecturer in Systems Engineering. Her research focuses on organisational systems, decision-making, accident investigation and the role of humans in technical systems in general.

She also has pedagogical research interests in the methods of teaching and training systems engineering and associated disciplines.

Ella-Mae graduated from the Systems Engineering MEng course at Loughborough University in 2005. During her time as an undergraduate, she gained a Diploma in Industrial Studies (DIS) through a series of placements with BAE Systems. Prior to graduation, Ella also completed a placement with the AAIB (Air Accident Investigation Branch).

Ella-Mae began work as a Research Associate with the Department of Human Sciences at Loughborough University in 2005, working on the Knowledge and Information Management – through life Grand Challenge. Alongside this post, she also completed her PhD, investigating the configuration of decision-making systems.

In 2008, Ella joined the Electronic and Electrical Engineering Department as a lecturer in Systems Engineering.

Ella-Mae Hubbard is a member of the Engineering System of Systems Research Group within the School of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering.

Current teaching responsibilities

  • ELB007 Systems Engineering Methods
  • ELC012 Systems Engineering Applications
  • ELD003 Composite Group Project
  • ELD033 Systems Diagnostics