An Industrial Engineering Ph.D. with a background in Human Factors and driving safety. Significant experience in processing and statistical analysis of time course behavioral data based upon visual, physiological, and performance measures in the driving research domain. Proven track record of publishing high quality innovative research in Human Factors and Computer Science literature. Strong ability to collaborate and work on interdisciplinary research projects as well as work independently. Experience in a fast paced research environment, managing multiple competing project demands, and mentoring junior staff and students. For more information, please visit my website.
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