Research Highlights

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

2/3/17
The volume and auditory properties of medical alarms can produce situations to where medical personnel cannot hear and properly respond to these alarms.
1/25/17
ISE faculty members Victor Paquet, Ann Bisantz, and Lora Cavuoto are leading the development of new person-centered information technologies, sensing systems, assistive technologies, and home environments to advance health and function at home.
1/25/17
ISE associate professor Jun Zhuang has been awarded a three-year grant of $306K from the National Science Foundation for research on a project ''Robust Approval Process in the Face of Strategic Adversaries and Normal Applicants.'' 
1/25/17
Large scale planned special events (PSE), such as sporting games, concerts, and parades, attracting high volume of pedestrians, buses and passenger vehicles, result in significant non-recurrent traffic congestion.
1/25/17
Prediction of human error before it occurs is one of the most challenging topics in human factors engineering research.
1/23/17
ISE is making a difference in health system quality and effectiveness through a multidisciplinary approach that cuts across traditional areas in ISE to include faculty in service systems (Li Lin), human factors (Ann Bisantz, Lora Cavuoto, Victor Paquet) and operations research (Alex Nikolaev).
1/17/17
ISE faculty members Sara Behdad, Ann Bisantz, and industry partner Willie Cade are leading an NSF project on remediating Electronic Waste (e-waste) problems.