Research Highlights

Stay up to date on all the research projects underway in ISE.

2/28/19
Prediction of human error before it occurs is one of the most challenging topics in human factors engineering research.
2/28/19
Engagement capacity is a metric that serves to measure the ability of online platform users to engage each other in communication on the platform. 
2/28/19
Professors Jaime Kang and Mark Karwan have recently been awarded a 3-year National Science Foundation grant to define a framework to model and evaluate potential household-level use of Autonomous Vehicles (AVs).
2/28/19
Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the U.S., and accounted for almost 70,000 deaths in 2010, the majority of which were caused by coronary heart disease (CHD) or stroke.
2/28/19
Professor Lora Cavuoto, in collaboration with professor Fadel Megahed from Auburn University, was recently awarded a three-year project from the American Society of Safety Engineers Foundation.
2/28/19
Professor Chi Zhou, in collaboration with computer science and engineering faculty Wenyao Xu and Jinhui Xu, was recently awarded a two-year project from the National Science Foundation. The project aims to develop a transformative computational paradigm of 3D printing in mass customization.
2/18/19
Nurses are renowned for taking care of patients, but what about each other? Researchers from Nursing and ISE believe there is a key social ingredient - based upon mutual support, advice, friendship and other traits – that is critical to the success of nursing teams.