IOE 836 Seminar in Human Performance

2019 Schedule

Posted schedule is subject to change

Case studies of research techniques used in the human performance and safety fields. Speakers actively engage in research will discuss their methods and results. Attendance is open to anyone interested.

Fridays, 12:00-12:50 pm
IOE Building, 1205 Beal Avenue, Room G699
Date Speaker Topic
September 6 University of Michigan Human Factors & Ergonomics Society Student Chapter Overview of the group and the current research of members
September 13 Bernard Martin, PhD “Understanding Mechanisms to Adapt Interventions”
September 20 John Gosbee, MD, MS “Teaching HFE to BME Undergraduate and Graduate Students:  Lessons & Tips”
September 27 Yadrianna Acosta-Sojo “Quantification of Stroke-induced Proprioceptive and Motor Deficits to Facilitate Rehabilitation”
October 4 Xingyu (Celine) Chen, PhD “How to Design User-friendly Mobile App Products”
October 11 Matt Reed, PhD “The Meaning is the Variance”
October 18 Marisol Barrero, MS, CPE “Utilizing Emerging Technology to Support Ergonomics”
October 25 Michael Lau, PhD Human Factors in Medical Device Design and Development”
November 8 Rosemarie Figueroa Jacinto, PhD “Scientific Application of Virtual Reality Technology to Forensic Issues”
November 15 Leia Stirling, PhD Considerations in Exoskeleton Human Factors”
November 22 Don Chaffin, PhD, Nadine Sarter, PhD “Back to the Future—The C4E Story”
December 6 Chris Wickens, PhD “The Lumberjack Model of Human-Automation Interaction: The Higher the Tree, the Harder It Falls”