Our research on remote monitoring of PTSD was featured in an article published in the November issue of the ISE Magazine. The article highlights our collaboration with the HFML on the application of machine learning to PTSD remote monitoring.
ACE Lab Ph.D. students Changwon Son and Jukrin Moon received the award for Student Competition at the 2019 Resilience Week Symposium held in San Antonio, TX. The title of the paper Changwon presented was “Resilience Traits of Incident management Teams During Hurricane Harvey: A Qualitative Analysis from a Joint Cognitive Systems Perspective.” Congratulations Changwon and […]
Maria Cabera; an undergraduate research assistant at ACE Lab; has been awarded the Craig Brown Outstanding Senior Award. This is the highest honor awarded to graduating seniors by the College of Engineering.
Dr. Sasangoha and his colleagues Dr. Lawley and Dr. Kum were featured in an article highlighting the recent technical report documeting telemonitoring in Texas.
Dr. Ethan Larsen is the recipient of the prestigious Dyer Fellowship at Houston Methodist Hospital. Dr. Larson will receive $5000 to support his research on investigating and mitigating providers’ burnout in intensive care units.
ACE Lab proposal titled “Mitigating Mental Health Stigma in Higher Education Through Complementary Facilitated Dialogues, Remote Monitoring and Telehealth Counseling” is among the recipients of the prestigious X-Grant program. This year we competed with 161 proposals in the first round, 56 proposals in the second round, 23 in the final round. The public presentations can […]
Congratulations to Dr. Sasangohar and Jukrin Moon for winning the Best Presentation/Paper and Best Student Poster at the 15th Annual Houston HFES Symposium held at the University of Houston Clear Lake.
Dr. Sasangohar was interviewed by the Human Factors Cast at the 2019 Human Factors and Ergonomics Society International Healthcare Symposium. The podcast can be accessed HERE
Dr. Sasangohar was featured in an article covering his selection as an Emerging Leader by the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Dr. Sasangohar attended the HFES executive council meeting at the 2018 annual meeting as part of the Emerging Leader Program.
Jukrin Moon will participate in the 2019 Young Talent Program (YTP). The program will feature all-day lively discussions with students and experts in the field of resilience engineering. As part of the Young Talent Program, she will receive a grant to cover her trip to Sweden to attend the International Resilience Engineering conference. Congratulations Jukrin!