I recently graduated Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with my M.S. in Human Factors and I am currently pursuing my PhD in Human Factors at Embry-Riddle in Daytona Beach, Florida. My main research interests include studying psychological and physiological concerns during the development processes of systems, products, and work environments with a focus on aviation and automation.
Technology is becoming an increasingly bigger aspect of our lives as we interact more and more with our smart phones, smart cars, smart homes, etc. My goal is to help improve the user interface, making it easier for us to interact with technology and to understand the impact on our society as machines become our new co-workers.