Dr. HeeSun Choi presented at the National Occupational Injury Research Symposium 2022: "Effects of Wearing Unpowered Upper and Lower Extremity Exoskeletons on Visual Attentional Performance during Simulated Overhead and Squatting Peg-in-Hole Tasks.
Daxton Mitchell presented a poster titled "Assessing the spatial distribution of visual attention in a virtual environment: Development and validation of a novel VR-based Attentional Visual Field (AVF) task" at the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors...
Joseph Martinez presented a poster titled "Investigating the gender gap in human factors" at the 2022 TTU Undergraduate Research Conference. He is ranked in second place of Education Impact and awarded $500.
Dr. HeeSun Choi gave a seminar on the introduction of human factors psychology and the understanding of safety perceptions and behaviors to the National Institute of Meteorological Sciences, South Korea.
Dr. HeeSun Choi gave a presentation titled "Research to standards for evaluating the exoskeleton wearer's cognitive performance" at the 2021 ErgoX Symposium.
Kat Moffis gave a presentation titled "Perceived safety and acceptance of robot-to-human communication interface modalities during varying human-robot interactions" at the virtual Technology, Mind & Society conference.
Yves Valentin received the Student Scholarship from the HFES Aging TG. It will provide $500 for his proposed research titled "Investigating how worker assistive technology impacts older workers' self-efficacy and retirement attitudes and intention."
Julie Cherukara presented a poster titled "Effects of negative attitude towards robots on safety behavior and perception during human-robot interaction" at the TTU Undergraduate Research Conference and won the 1st place of Safety Impact Talks.
Congratulations to Joseph Martinez for receiving the Undergraduate Research Fellowship ($500) from the Department of Psychological Sciences, Texas Tech University.
Dr. HeeSun Choi was invited to present at the 2020 ErgoX Symposium. Presentation title: "Human perception and behaviors during human-robot communication: Importance and research needs"