Oshin presented at the Applied Ergonomics Conference in Orlando, Florida on the topic “Mind over Body: Factors influencing exoskeleton, adaptation, acceptance, and use. In this photo, Oshin covers the study instrumentation and experiment protocol to the audience.
Last week, Aakash presented at the 4th Annual Workshop on Novel and Emerging Test Methods & Metrics for Effective HRI! Here, he discussed the different approaches of studying trust in human-robot collaboration and proposes the use of multimodal biobehavioral approaches to quantify that trust.
You can watch his video here!
Our undergraduate students Yixin Zhang, Joceleen H., Reed Smoot, and their Ph.D. Mentor, Rohith Karthikeyan, give us a closer look at Neurotechnology for Human Augmentation in Critical Environments (N-HANCE). In this video, they demonstrate instrumentation, workflow, findings from phase one, and what comes next with phase two of the project. Click here to view the video or check it out as our featured video on the “about us” page!
Congratulations Rohith Karthikeyan on receiving the Best Student Paper Award by the Augmented Cognition Technical Group (ACTG) of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES)! With the help of past Aggie Challenge students, Connor Johnson and Joshua Carrizales, they presented “Visuospatial Working Memory Under Fatigue: Observations with Cerebral Hemodynamics and Heart Rate Variability” at the 65th International Annual HFES Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, in October.
Congrats, Oshin Tyagi on her new journal publication in Frontiers “A Methodological Framework to Capture Neuromuscular Fatigue Mechanisms Under Stress” using TMS and fNIRS! Click the link to read up on some exciting information. Way to go, Oshin!
The NeuroErgonomics Lab Holiday Potluck! We had an awesome time exchanging white elephant gifts and eating some delicious food. Happy Holidays, everyone!
From our Undergraduate Research Forum in November! What a great opportunity to bring our undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. students together to showcase their research endeavors. Amazing work from every team! Looking forward to the upcoming meeting this month.
Congratulations to Oshin Tyagi, Sarah Hopko, and John Kang on their journal paper in Human Factors on “Modeling Brain Dynamics During Virtual Reality-Based Emergency Response Learning Under Stress.” Great work!