Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
Houston Chapter

 

 

 

Example: Last Years Program for One Day Symposium

April 20th 2018: The main event - Symposium <abstracts> <pdf>

7:30 - 8:30   Registration/Continental Breakfast - Sponsored by <Your company>
     
8:30 - 9:30 Keynote Address -Does the Field of Human Factors/Ergonomics Matter?
                           Pat DeLucia, Texas Tech University

9:30 - 10:30   Session 1: Cognitive / Ergonomics (Chair - Phil Kortum)
1. Driver Vigilance in Automated Vehicles: Effects of Task Demand - David C Newton, Texas Tech University, Eric T Greenlee, Texas Tech University, Patricia R DeLucia, Texas Tech University

2. Procedural Performance: Possible Costs of Time Pressure, Shift Change, and Task Complexity - S Camille Peres, Texas A&M University, Ranjana K Mehta, Texas A&M University, Wimberly S Hoyle, Texas A&M University, Ashley Shortz, Texas A&M University

3. Home Telemonitoring Platforms for Adults with Diabetes Mellitus: A Narrative Review of Literature - Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M University, Julie Hammett, Texas A&M University, Mark Kawkey, Texas A&M University

4. Analysis of Muscular Fatigue & Foot Discomfort While Wearing Different Types of Mens Formal Shoes - Nirupom Paul, Lamar University, Yueqing Li, Lamar University, Brian Craig, Lamar University
     
10:30 - 10:45 Lightning Session A (Chair - Nick Kelling)
10:45 - 11:00 Coffee Break Sponsored by KBRwyle
     
11:00 - 11:30   Poster Session A (Chair - Nick Kelling)
     
11:30 - 12:30   Session 2: Methods (Chair - Melissa Meingast)
5. Are Social Psychological Scales Appropriate for Measuring Robot Anthropomorphism? - Miriam E Armstrong, Texas Tech University, Keith S Jones, Texas Tech University, Alec J Stinnett, Texas Tech University

6. REAL TIME FACE RECOGNITION UNDER VARIOUS UNCONSTRAINED SITUATIONS - Md Manjurul Ahsan, Lamar University, Yueqing Li, Lamar University, Kishor Datta Gupta, Lamar University

7. Integrated RSI Prevention Programs: How peer awareness training of employees and practitioners can increase the effectiveness of early workstation discomfort interventions - Michael R Grimsley, Chevron, Janis Davis-Street, Chevron, Greg Sims, Chevron

8. Lessons learned from the development and implementation of a comprehensive Human Performance Strategy in a large oil and gas company - Christopher W Parker, BP, Sandra Adkins, BP
     
12:30 - 1:30   Lunch Sponsored by <Your Company>
     
1:30 - 2:00  

Beyond Academia: Landing a job in industry
Evelina Tapia, ChaiOne, Emmanuelle Boloix, Schlumberger, Maya Greene, KBRwyle at NASA Johnson Space Center, Monica, Snideman, End to End User Research

     
2:00 - 2:15   Coffee Break Sponsored by <Your Company>
     
2:15 - 3:15   Session 3: Space (Chair - Natalia Russi-Vigoya)
9. Train like a Crew Medical Officer Study: Researchers' lessons learned and recommendations from a multi-session training retention study of physicians and non-physicians - Vicky Byrne, KBRWyle, Doug Ebert, KBRWyle, Jerri Stephenson, NASA, Ashot Sargsyan, KBRWyle, Kathleen Garcia, KBRWyle

10. NEXTGEN ONE PORTAL USABILITY EVALUATION - Ernest V Cross II, Leidos, Jeevan S Perera, NASA, Andrea M Hanson, NASA, Kirk English, JES Tech, L Vu, Geologics

11. ISS HABITABILITY DATA COLLECTION AND PRELIMINARY FINDINGS - Maya Greene, KBRwyle, Sherry Thaxton, NASA, Alexandra Whitmire, KBRwyle, Susan Schuh, MEI, Ron Archer, Leidos, Katie Vasser, MEI

12. Visualizations to Support the Design of Fault Management - Carroll Thronesbery, S&K Global Solutions, Pamela Fournier, S&K Global Solutions, Timothy Olson, S&K College (SKC), McMahon Eugene, S&K Global Solutions, Mike Monahan, S&K Global Solutions
     
3:15 - 3:30   Lightning Session B (Chair - Claudia Z-A)
     
3:30 - 3:45   Coffee Break Sponsored by <Your Company>
     
3:45 - 4:15   Poster Session B (Chair - Claudia Z-A)
     
4:15 - 5:15    Session 4: Virtual Reality (VR) (Chair - Carroll Thornsberry)
13. Virtual Reality Induced Disorientation - Daniela E Vasquez Klisans, UHCL, Michael Merta, UHCL, Spencer Jefferies, UHCL

14. Evaluation of holographic head-up display to enhance driving safety - Karankumar V Modi, Dr. Yueqing Li, Lamar University

15. Can expertise acquisition for industrial tasks be measured in virtual environments? An exploratory study in SecondLife - Timothy J Neville, Texas A&M University, S. Camille Peres, Texas A&M University, Joe W Hendricks, Texas A&M University, Cara A Armstrong, Texas A&M University

16. Virtual Environments: Eliciting Emotions - Yuliana Barajas Barragen, University of Houston-Clear Lake, Spencer P Jefferies, University of Houston-Clear Lake, Raquel S Garcia, University of Houston-Clear Lake

     
5:15 - 7:00   Awards Ceremony and Reception (Chair - Chris Parker)
Best Student Paper Award sponsored by Anonymous
Best Paper Award sponsored by KBRwyle
Best Student Poster Award sponsored by Chris Parker
Best Poster Award sponsored by KBRwyle
     
Poster Session A - Details










  15 posters

1. Investigating Nursing Task Interruptions in Intensive Care Units
Mahnoosh Sadeghi, Texas A&M University, Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M University

2. Towards a Theoretical Model of Aggregate Fatigue in Nursing
Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M University, James Flores, Texas A&M University

3. Functional Information Requirements Analysis of A Smart Nursing Tool Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M University, Kunal Khanade, Texas A&M University, Mahnoosh Sadeghi, Texas A&M University

4. Effects of Cell Phone Conversation on Looming Threshold While Driving
Bradley Weaver, Texas Tech University, Patricia DeLucia, Texas Tech University, Jason Jupe, Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc.

5. Does restricting an observers exploration degrade their judgments of others reaching abilities?
Nicholas A Garcia, Texas Tech University, Keith S Jones, Texas Tech University, Benjamin               P Widlus, Texas Tech University

6. Event-related Cerebral Hemodynamics as a Neuroergonomic Measure of Task Demands              
Emily L Maw, Texas Tech University, Eric Greenlee, Texas Tech University

7. Autonomous Robots in Educational Institutions: Roles and Personality
Daniela E Vazquez Klisans, University of Houston-Clear Lake

8. Fatigue in Offshore Oil and Gas Industry Personnel: A Systematic Review
Pranav Kannan, Mary Kay O'Connor Process Safety Center, Texas A&M University,  Taylor Layton, School of Public Health, Texas A&M University, Sisley Yan, School of Public Health, Texas A&M University, M Sam Mannan, Mary Kay O'Connor Process Safety Center, Texas A&M University, Ranjana Mehta, School of Public Health, Texas A&M University

9. GENERALIZABLE SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE FOR EXPLORATION MISSIONS
Vicky Byrne, KBRWyle, Jack Stuster, Anacapa Sciences, Inc., Jurine Adolf, KBRWyle, Maya Greene, KBRWyle

10. Does vigilance get your blood pumping? Transcranial Doppler sonography, vigilance task demands, and compensatory effort
Tiffany Lui, Texas Tech University, Eric Greenlee, Texas Tech University

11. Vigilance Tasks Are Stressful, But Do They Make You Sick? An Exploration of the Relationship Between Task Induced Stress and Simulator Sickness
William G. Matthews, Texas Tech University, Eric Greenlee, Texas Tech University

12. The Restorative Potential of Natural Imagery: A Replication of Berto (2005)
William G. Matthews, Texas Tech University, Michaela Knapp, Abigail Boudreaux, Raelyn Curiel, Brittany Neilson, Martina Klein, Texas Tech University

13. Perceived and Achieved Restoration: Restoration Potential of Different Components of Nature Environments
Theresa Nguyen, Texas Tech University, Brittany Neilson, Texas Tech University, Martina Klein, Texas Tech University

14. A machine learning approach on frontal lobe activity to assess depression in adults: Implications for rehabilitation outcomes              
Yibo Zhu, Texas A&M University, Ranjana K. Mehta, Texas A&M University

15. A Quantitative Comparison of Methods for Collecting Subjective Usability Ratings
Ian Robertson, Rice University, Phil Kortum, Rice University

 

     
Poster Session B - Details  
16 posters

16. Communication patterns on Twitter during Hurricane Harvey: Implications for using Twitter during natural disasters
Ian Robertson, Rice University, Shivam Pandey, Rice University, Xianni Wang, Rice University

17. Research on the Smartphone Users with Chinese Input Method Based on Big data
Wenchao Zuo, School of Business, Jiangnan University & Department of Industrial Engineering, Lamar University, Yuhong Wang, School of Business, Jiangnan University, Yueqing Li, Department of Industrial Engineering, Lamar University, Guanlong Li, Department of Industrial Engineering, Lamar University

18. Exploring the Easiest Way to Edit A Chinese Message: A User Experience Study
Guanlong Li, Lamar University, Yueqing Li, Lamar University, Wenchao Zuo, Lamar University

19. Effects of the source of advice and decision task on decisions to request expert advice Robin M. Richter, University of Houston Clear Lake, Steven C. Sutherland, University of Houston Clear Lake, William F. Althoff, University of Houston Clear Lake

20. An Exploration of Wayfinding in Complex Hospital Environments
Andrea Crosser, End to End User Research, Spencer Jefferies, End to End User Research, Tyler Duke, University of Houston - Clear Lake, Christy Harper, End to End User Research, Angie Avera, University of Houston - Clear Lake

21. User-centered Design of a Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) tool: Qualitative Analysis of Interviews with Veterans
Patrick Williams , Texas A&M University, Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M University

22. Representing Work-As-Done (WAD) of Communication and Information Flow in an Incident Management Team
Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M University, Changwon Son, Texas A&M University, Jukrin Moon, Texas A&M University, S Camille Peres, Texas A&M University, Tim J Neville, Texas A&M University

23. A Novel Non-invasive approach to detect hypoglycemia: A Scoping review
Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M University, Karim Zahed, Texas A&M University, Ranjana Mehta, Texas A&M University, Madhav Erraguntla, Texas A&M University, Mark Kawkey, Texas A&M University

24. Modeling Team Cognition for Coordinated Decision-Making in Emergency Response via Naturalistic Observation of Interactions Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M University, Jukrin Moon, Texas A&M University, Changwon Son, Texas A&M University, S Camille Peres, Texas A&M University, Tim J Neville, Texas A&M University

25. A Discount Approach to Remote Mobile UI Usability Testing
Melissa Meingast, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

26. Study With Fun: A Game-Based & Haptically Enhanced Application For The Visually Impaired To Learn Astronomy
Anirudh Juloori, Lamar University, Yueqing Li, Lamar University

27. Neck flexion angle while utilizing iPhone X and Samsung S8+
Saishyam Akurke, Lamar University, Yueqing Li, Lamar University

28. Functional connectivity analysis of fatigue development in older adults using fNIRS
Joohyun Rhee, Texas A&M University Health Science Center, Ranjana Mehta, Texas A&M University Health Science Center

29. SUSapp: A free mobile application that makes the SUS easier to use in research
Jeffrey Xiong, Rice University, Phil Kortum, Rice University, Claudia Ziegler Acemyan, Rice University

30. Exploring Stress Resilient Feedback Modalities: Investigation of Physiological and Perceptual Load
Whitney P Mantooth, Texas A&M University, Rohith Karthikeyan, Texas A&M University, Seok Chang Ryu, Texas A&M University, Ranjana K Mehta, Texas A&M University

31. Investigating the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Biotherapeutics Review and Approval Process: A Scoping Review              
Samuel A Bonet, Doctoral Student, Industrial and Systems Engineering Department, Texas A&M University, Farzan Sasangohar, Assistant Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering Department, Texas A&M University