Francesco Biondi

Assistant Professor, University of Windsor

My work examines how users interact with human-machine interfaces, in a variety of applied domains. I leverage my background in Cognitive Science to understand how attention functions when allocated to multiple concurrent activities. As a Human Factor Researcher, I conduct ergonomic assessments of user interfaces, and contribute to the development of adaptive, user-centered systems. In my everyday job, I make use of a variety of assessment techniques to measure user qualitative and quantitative performance as well as their psychophysiological activity.

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor, University of Windsor

Education

  • 2015 
    University of Padova, Applied Psychology / Human Factors