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Human Error Prediction

Prediction of human error before it occurs is one of the most challenging topics in human factors engineering research. Supported by NSF, this project led by Dr. Sean Wu studies the applications of data mining techniques in early detection of numerical typing errors by human operators through a quantitative analysis of multichannel electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings.

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Home Health Innovation Workshop to be Held May 15

Innovations in home health are changing the way healthcare is delivered in the United States and abroad.  Home health devices and environmental supports are creating lifestyle choices that improve individual health, support independence for aging or functionally limited populations, and reduce health care costs.

ISE Graduate Poster Session Held

ISE held its annual graduat student poster competition on March 29. All of the presented student posters were excellent, and the scores were extremely close. In the end, the following two posters received the highest scores and have been selected to represent the department at the SEAS Annual Graduate Research and Information Event:

Senior Georgia Cruz Interns at Disney

When Georgia Cruz moved to Clarence, New York from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as a high school student, she had a dream to dance on stage with Mickey Mouse. Six years later, while not exactly dancing with Mickey, she is instead working as an Industrial Engineering intern at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.

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ISE Alumni Highlight (more highlights)

Xiaofeng Nie, PhD 2008, Assistant Professor, Nanyang Technological University

Dr. Xiaofeng Nie is currently an assistant professor in the Division of Systems and Engineering Management of the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He received his Bachelor degree in civil engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, Master degree in systems engineering and engineering management from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Ph.D. degree in operations research from University at Buffalo (SUNY).