Kemper E. Lewis.

Kevin Hulme, CMSP

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Research Area: Design and Manufacturing

Contact Information

106 Furnas Hall

716-645-5573

hulme@buffalo.edu

Facilities - Technical Oversight

Education

Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University at Buffalo, 2000

Courses Taught

Engineering Optimization, Heuristic Optimization, Graphics in CAD, CAD Applications, Analysis of Structures

Guest Lectures

Road Vehicle Dynamics (I & II), Manufacturing Processes, Senior Design Project, Engineering Impact on Society, Design Process & Methods

Research Interests

Game-based approaches for applied modeling and simulation (M&S), M&S in vehicle simulation, human factors research in autonomous and connected vehicles, M&S approaches in STEM and experiential learning, wearable VR device technologies for simulation-based training and education, human performance assessment of distractions on driver performance, physics-based modeling, driver training and education, simulation fidelity, engineering design analysis and optimization, scientific visualization and virtual environments, multidisciplinary design synthesis, computer- aided graphics, parallel computing, numerical methods, and additive manufacturing.

Selected Publications

  • Hulme, K.F., Torres, E., Hendrick, C., and Sivashangaran, S., (2018).  “The Science of Thrills: Applied M&S in the Entertainment Industry”, The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), Orlando, FL, December, 2018.  (BEST TUTORIAL NOMINEE).
  • Hulme, K.F., Saptarshi, S., Kilian, H., Seymour, A., Deane, C., and Liu, M., (2018).  “3-D Printing/Manufacturing Process Primer for the M&S Practitioner”, The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), Orlando, FL, December, 2018.
  • Hulme, K.F, (2018).  “Game-based Experiential Learning for Road Vehicle Dynamics Education”, Serious Play Conference, Jacobs School of Medicine, University at Buffalo / Buffalo-Niagara Medical Campus, Buffalo, NY, July, 2018.
  • Hulme, K.F., Estes, A., Schmid, M., Torres, E., Hendrick, C., and Sivashangaran, S., (2018).  “Game-based Proving-grounds Simulation to assess Driving & Learning Preferences”, The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), Orlando, FL, December, 2018.
  • Fabiano, G.A., Hulme, K.F. et al., (2018).  “An Evaluation of Occupational Behavior in Individuals with and without Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder”, Journal of Human Performance (HHUP-2017-0145).
  • Sarwar, Md. T., Anastasopoulos, P., Golshani, N., and Hulme, K.F., (2017).  “Grouped Random Parameters Bivariate Probit Analysis of Perceived and Observed Aggressive Driving Behavior: A Driving Simulation Study”, Journal of Analytic Methods in Accident Research, Volume 13, March 2017, Pages 52–64, doi: 10.1016/j.amar.2016.12.001.
  • Hulme, K.F., Fabiano, G.A., Sodano, S., Hulme, K.L., Lim, R., Homeyer, L., Reitano, R., LaFlore, A., Stephan, G., and Webb, A., (2017).  “Laboratory Assessment of Behaviors in Occupational Roles (LABOR) within a Live-Virtual environment”, The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), Orlando, FL, December, 2017.
  • Hulme, K.F., Kasprzak, E.M., and Morris, K.L., (2017).  “Correlation of Game-based Experiential Education to Self-reported Driving and Learning Styles”, MODSIM World Conference, Virginia Beach, VA, April, 2017.
  • Golshani, N., Sarwar, M.T., Anastasopoulos, P., Hulme, K.F., (2017).  “An Exploratory Empirical Analysis of Measured and Perceived Aggressive Driving Behavior in a Driving Simulation Environment”, 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., January, 2017.
  • Hulme, K.F., (2017).  “M&S by Example: Understanding Modeling & Simulation Applications by Design”, The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), Orlando, FL, December, 2017 (BEST TUTORIAL NOMINEE).
  • Hulme, K.F., Androutselis, T., Eker, U., and, Anastasopoulos, P., (2016). “A Game-based Modeling and Simulation Environment to Examine the Dangers of Task-Unrelated Thought While Driving.”  MODSIM World Conference, Virginia Beach, VA, April, 2016.
  • Fabiano, G.A., Schatz, N.K., Morris, K.L., Willoughby, M.T., Vujnovic, R.K., Hulme, K.F., Riordan, J., Howard, M., Hennessey, D., Lewis, K., Hawk, L., Pelham, W.E., & Wylie, A. (2016). Efficacy of a family-focused intervention for young drivers with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 84(2), 1078-1093.
  • Hulme, K.F. Morris, K.L., Anastasopoulos, P., Fabiano, G.A., Frank, M., and Houston, R., (2015).  “Multi-measure Assessment of Internal Distractions on Driver/Pilot Performance”, The Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), Orlando, FL, December, 2015.
  • Zhang, Y., Wu, C., Qiao, C, Sadek, A.W., and Hulme, K.F., (2015).  “Addressing the Safety of Transportation Cyber-Physical Systems: Development and Validation of a Verbal Warning Utility Scale for Intelligent Transportation Systems”, Journal of Mathematical Problems in Engineering, special issue on Cyber-Physical Systems in Manufacturing and Service Systems, vol. 2015, Article ID 126947, 13 pages, 2015. doi:10.1155/2015/126947.
  • Hou, Y., Zhao, Y., Wagh, A., Zhang, L., Qiao, C., Hulme, K.F., Wu, C., Sadek, A.W., and Liu, X., (2015).  “Simulation Based Testing and Evaluation Tools for Transportation Cyber-Physical Systems”, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, doi: 10.1109/TVT.2015.2407614.