Human Factors Research Colloquium
Candidate for the Position of Assistant
Assistant Professor in Human Factors Psychology
Elizabeth Philips will receive her Ph.D. this spring from the University of Central Florida, FL. Her research program informs the future of human-robot interaction and teamwork through the application of human factors principles and the development of computational models of human decision making to robot design and development.
Monday, November 30, 2015
San Jose State University- Hugh Gills (HGH) Room114
12- 1-15 PM
“Building human compatible mental in Soldier-robot teams: A two-sided research approach”
Please join us for what is sure to be an interesting presentation from the first of three job candidates for the position of Assistant Professor in Human Factors Psychology: Dr. Robert Gutzwiller
Dr. Gutzwiller is a Human Factors Scientist at the Department of Defense Space and Navel Warfare Systems Center Pacific in San Diego, CA. His research investigates human attention allocation in complex domains in the real world. His work contributes to improved interface design, automation transparency and enhanced situations awareness in cyber network operations.
Date: Monday, November 23, 2015
Location: Hugh Gillis (HGH) 114
Time: 12:00 – 1:15pm
Title: “Cognition in the Wild: Studying Humans in Complex Systems”
We have a limited number of licenses available for a desktop subscription UserZoom for those that are interested in using it for a project or thesis. Attendance to a training session is required.
– Online Task-based Usability testing
– Online Surveys
– Card Sorting
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
When: Friday, December 4th @1:00 pm
Where: Oracle Santa Clara Campus – Santa Clara, California 95054
What: Come for an opportunity to see Oracle’s UX labs and hear from some of their team!
We are limited to 25 people so sign up ASAP! Paid HFES/UXA members receive priority! The deadline to sign up is Friday, November 27th @5 pm! Sign up using the Google Form: http://goo.gl/forms/WRGVqp5S1F
Selected attendees will be e-mailed directly with more information about attending the event!
New York Times columnist David Pogue takes aim at technology’s worst interface-design offenders, and provides encouraging examples of products that get it right. To funny things up, he bursts into song.