Research Highlight  (more highlights)

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.

What's New in ISE  (more news)

UB HFES Chapter Wins Gold

The UB Student Chapter of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society has been awarded Gold Chapter Status for 2015, based on the types and amount of programming offered by the chapter over the past year.

Students Casucci and Sadeghnejad Win Research Awards

ISE PhD Students Sabrina Casucci and Azar Sadeghnejad were honored at two recent conferences.

Casucci won a student poster award at a University of Rochester Conference on Healthcare Data Analytics. 

Game Theory Can Optimize Response to Disasters

This past November, Buffalo, New York, and the surrounding areas experienced record-breaking lake-effect snowfall. ISE Associate Professor Jun Zhuang and UG student Laura Devine were recently featured in an IIE Magazine article describing how game theory can be used to model and improve decision-making in such situations.


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ISE Alumni Highlight (more highlights)

Galindo Dissertation is Award Finalist

PhD Alumane Gina Galindo has been selected as a finalist for the 2014 INFORMS Section on Location Analyis (SOLA)-Air Products Dissertation Award.