Sudeep Hegde, Ph.D. is an assistant research engineer in the Applied Cognitive Ergonomics Laboratory (ACE-Lab). Dr. Hegde leads projects related to the lab’s mental health portfolio, such as the design and evaluation of a device to remotely monitor stress and anxiety among students. He also has a strong interest and background in the area of Resilience Engineering and is involved in conceptualizing and planning projects in the domain of resilient disaster management.
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Education & Work
- Ph.D., September 2015, Industrial and Systems Engineering; Concentration: Human Factors Engineering, University at Buffalo (UB), The State University of New York
- M.S., May 2010, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Concentration: Human Factors Engineering, UB
- B.Eng., June 2007, Industrial Engineering and Management, M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
- University at Buffalo (UB), The State University of New York, Postdoctoral Research Associate, (08/2018—08/2019), Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
- Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine, teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, Harvard Research Fellow, (09/2015—07/2018).
- Innovative remote monitoring and tele-counseling technologies to support mental health in university students
- Biofeedback as a technique to manage mental health among student Veterans
- Study of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) among veterans through remote monitoring
- Hegde, S., Hettinger, A.Z., Fairbanks, R.J., Wreathall, J., Krevat, S.A., & Bisantz, A.M. (Accepted for publication). Knowledge Elicitation to Understand Resilience: A Method and Findings from a Health Care Case Study. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making.
- Hegde, S., Hettinger, A.Z., Fairbanks, R.J., Wreathall, J., Krevat, S.A., Jackson, C.D. & Bisantz, A.M. (January 2020). Qualitative Findings from a Pilot Stage Implementation of a Novel Organizational Learning Tool Toward Operationalizing the Safety-II Paradigm in Health Care. Applied Ergonomics, 82. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2019.102913
- Wang, X., Kim, T.C., Hegde, S., Hoffman, D.J., Benda, N.C., Franklin, E.S., Lavergne, D., Perry, S.J., Fairbanks, R.J., Hettinger, A.Z., Roth, E.M., Bisantz, A.M. (Accepted). Design and Evaluation of an Integrated, Patient-focused Electronic Health Record Display for Emergency Medicine. Applied Clinical Informatics.
- Hegde, S., Gromski, M. A., Halic, T., Turkseven, M., Xia, Z., Cetinsaya, B., Sawhney, M.S., Jones, D.B., De, S., Jackson, C.D. (Online First). Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection: A Cognitive Task Analysis Framework Toward Training Design. Surgical Endoscopy. DOI 10.1007/s00464-019-06822-x.
- Clark, L.N., Benda, N.C., Hegde, S., McGeorge, N.M., Guarrera-Schick, T.K., Hettinger, A.Z., LaVergne, D.T., Perry, S.J., Wears, R.L., Fairbanks, R.J., Bisantz, A.M. (2017) Usability evaluation of an emergency department information system prototype designed using cognitive systems engineering techniques. Applied Ergonomics, 60, 356-365.