The Applied Cognition and Safety Lab members gave presentations at the 66th Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA. The presenters and presentation titles are...
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.
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.
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.
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"