We currently have 1 postdoctoral position open for several healthcare projects.
The Applied Cognitive Ergonomics laboratory (ACE-Lab) in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the Texas A&M University is seeking Postdoctoral Fellow. A highly motivated individual with backgrounds in healthcare human factors and human-computer interaction is sought to join our active group engaged in basic, translational, and clinical human factors research.
ACE-Lab is a young, highly interactive, and collaborative research group where interdisciplinary research approaches are utilized to help improve personnel performance and human-system interaction in complex safety-critical systems. The candidate will work on award-winning projects involving the design and evaluation of sensor-based performance monitoring systems in several healthcare domains.
Texas A&M University is one of a select few institutions in the nation to hold triple federal designation as a Land-Grant, Sea-Grant and Space-Grant university. It consistently ranks among the country’s top engineering schools. The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M has consistently ranked among the top 10 programs in the country.
Qualifications: Interested candidates should have obtained a Ph.D. degree with a strong background in a health care domain. Experience with remote health technologies & systems, wearable sensors, machine and deep learning is a plus. Experience in mental health research is a plus. Software engineering management is a plus. The ideal candidate will have proven talent to work independently with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Duration: 1-3 years
To apply, please send your curriculum vitae, a writing sample, and summary of research interests to Dr. Farzan Sasangohar: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Texas A&M University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran. Applicants’ credentials are subject to verification.
There are several openings for PhD students for rolling September and January start. Candidates should have a master’s degree with concentration in Human Factors Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction or related fields. To apply, please send a letter of intent, a sample of writing, and your CV to email@example.com.
There are several openings for master’s students for Fall, Spring, and Summer semester entry. Candidates should have an undergraduate degree in Industrial/Systems Engineering, Computer Science, or related field, an overall GPA of at least 3.5, and should show relevant course or work experience in Human Factors Engineering research. To apply, please send your resume/CV and a letter of intent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACELab has several open positions for undergraduate students with varying levels of experience (from Freshmen to Super-Seniors). To apply please contact Dr. Sasangohar at email@example.com or visit ETB 4079 to book an appointment.
What skills do Undergraduate Researchers (UGRs) pick up at ACE-Lab?
- Qualitative Data Analysis (interviews, observational data, focus groups)
- Quantitative Data Analysis (statistical analysis, data analytics, programming)
- Attend Scientific Conferences (ACE-Lab sends UGRs to prestigious conferences every year to present their research paper/posters)
- Lead a mini-experiment (UGRs will learn how to design and run lab studies involving human subjects)
- Build knowledge in multidisciplinary fields (our projects involve knowledge from and collaboration with various fields including computer science, engineering, psychology, management, and architecture)
- Publish conference and journal papers (UGRs at ACE-Lab will be involved in writing scientific papers and posters and learn academic and technical writing)
- Gain research credits for your work (Students can receive 1-4 hour research credit as ISEN491, ISEN485, ENGR491 all of which would count as tech elective)
- Experience graduate school (students will work directly with graduate students and experience graduate school first-hand. ACELab has several UGRs who transitioned to master’s and PhD students)
- Design and develop prototypes (ACE-Lab’s applied research focus allows UGRs to design, develop, and test cutting-edge engineered products in natural settings)
- Participate in the Aggie Challenge (ACE-Lab is home to several AggiE_Challenge projects where UGRs work in teams to tackle exciting research projects)