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.
UB's ISE program has recently been ranked 25th out of 91 ISE and related programs nationwide, according to the US News and World Report graduate program rankings. It ranks 18th out of programs at public universities. Congratulations to all of our faculty, students, and staff and have a look at our research highlights, alumni profiles, and education programs to learn more about what makes UB ISE the place to be.
ISE is participating in the first UB Winter Session! EAS 521, Engineering Management, will be taught by Carl Chang via Distance Learning. This course satisfies one of the 3 non-ISE courses required for the MSIE program. Register at UBThisWinter
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Praxair Seminar Series
Seminars are in 427 Bell, 12-1 unless otherwise stated.
Clive D'Souza, PhD 2013, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan
Clive D'Souza is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering. He joined the faculty in 2013 after earning a PhD in Industrial and Systems Engineering and a MS in Mechanical Engineering from the University at Buffalo. Dr. D'Souza conducts research in ergonomics and human factors to address human performance, safety and inclusive (universal) design concerns in human-in-the-loop systems analysis and design.