Ranjana Mehta is an Associate Professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University. She is also a graduate faculty with the Texas A&M Institute for Neuroscience at Texas A&M University, director of the NeuroErgonomics Laboratory, co-director of the Texas A&M Ergonomics Center, and a faculty fellow with the Center for Population Health and Aging and the Center for Remote Health Technologies and Systems. She received her MS and PhD from Virginia Tech, MEng from University at Buffalo, and BE from Mumbai University.
She is the recipient of:
TEES Faculty Fellow, Texas A&M University, 2020
HFE WOMAN of the Year, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2019
Creativeness in Ergonomics Practitioner of the Year Award, Applied Ergonomics Society (IISE), 2019
William C. Howell Young Investigator Award, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2017
James G. Zimmer New Investigator Research Award, American Public Health Association, 2014
Yibo Zhu has a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Minnesota and an MS in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Texas in Arlington. His research interests are in human-machine interactions, ambulatory neuroimaging and its applications in robotics. He wants to pursue a career in the industry by conducting applied research with cutting edge neurotechnologies.
Creativeness in Ergonomics Student of the Year Award, Applied Ergonomics Society (IISE), 2020
Oshin Tyagi has a B.Tech in Production and Systems Engineering from IIT Roorkee and an MS in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University. Her research interests include Neuroergonomics, Stochastic Systems, and Networks, and their applications in designing effective human systems under stress. Oshin wants to establish a research career in academia.
Rohith Kartikeyan has a BE in Mechanical Engineering from BMS College of Engineering (Bengaluru, India), an MS (thesis) in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University. His research interests are in robotics, haptics, and human-computer interaction. His goals are to make fundamental contributions through his research.
John Kang has a BS in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Georgia Tech and worked in a consulting company for over 6 years. His research interests are in physiological wearables to quantify fatigue and understanding decision making under fatigue or stress in high-risk environment
Sarah Hopko has a BSA in Mathematics from the University of Texas at Austin and an MS in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University. Her research interests are in human factors and neuroergonomics to quantify trust in human-robot and automated systems.
Yinsu Zhang has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University. His research interests are in human-automation interactions and in quantifying neural correlates of driver trust in automated vehicles.
Emilie Vawter has a BS in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M University
Naveen Sakamuri did his BTech (Honors) in Industrial Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
Connor Johnson is a Biomedical Engineering student at Texas A&M University
Jingkun Wang is a Industrial & Systems Engineering student at Texas A&M University
Joshua Carrizales is a Biomedical Engineering student at Texas A&M University
Mikash Kothari is a Biomedical Engineering student at Texas A&M University
Meredith Smoot is an Electrical Engineering student at Texas A&M University
Alekya Konda is a Neuroscience student at Texas A&M University