Our students develop skills and knowledge in:
- cognitive and neuro-computational modeling of human performance,
- automation and human-machine integration,
- human-computer interaction and human-robot interaction,
- occupational safety and risk management, and
- occupational biomechanics and human activity recognition.
Our labs provide hands-on experience to apply the human-system theory, models, methods and design principles learned in the classroom.
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ISE faculty work with trained ergonomists at the Center on both theoretical and applied research. They conduct product and process evaluations and find answers to a broad range of questions relating to ergonomics and occupational safety.
Faculty Research Area Overviews
Want to see the research projects our students are working on right now? View our Current Ph.D. Student Page. Are you a student and want to join us? Undergraduates contact Kanton Reynolds | email@example.com | 919.515.0605 and graduates contact Amy Roosje (graduate) | firstname.lastname@example.org | 919.515.6410
Human-Systems Engineering Facilities
- Ergonomics Center of NC
- Biomechanics Lab
- Virtual and Augmented Reality Lab
- Driving Simulator
- Cognitive Ergonomics Lab
- Brain-Computer Interface and Neuroergonomics Lab
Human-Systems Engineering Faculty
Visit our other Research Areas to discover all that we do!