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Human Factors and Statistical Modeling Lab
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University of Washington

University of Washington - Seattle Campus
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Human Factors and Statistical Modeling Lab

G6 Mechanical Engineering Building (for packages)
Box 352650
Seattle, WA 98195-2650
Phone: (206) 616-0245
Fax: (206) 685-3072
e-mail: hfsm@uw.edu
The data for the 2014 AAP special issue can be found here
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New photos of us in the people section!

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Prof. Linda Boyle - Lab Director

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Erika Miller - BS Oregon State University

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Benjamin Ries - MS University of Southern California

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Yiyun Peng - MS University of Washington, BS Tsinghua University

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Yuqing Wu - MS University of Washington, BS Nanjing University

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Sean Xuan - Undergraduate Student University of Washington

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The Human Factors and Statistical Modeling Lab

At the Human Factors and Statistical Modeling Lab, our research emphasis is on the examination of complex datasets to gain insights on human performance and behavior as they interact with systems. The goal of our research is to enhance operator safety and reduce the risk of injuries and fatalities. We use a wide range of analytical approaches to solve problems related to human factors and transportation systems.

Participant Wanted!!!

Interested persons are invited to participate in a driving simulator behavior study.

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Driving Simulator Study
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The study will take place at the University of Washington Seattle Campus and takes about 1 hour to complete ($50 per hour). If you are interested in participating or learning more about the study, please complete the on-line registration form, and we will contact you when it is most convenient for you. You may also contact us at v2vsauw@gmail.com or 206-616-0277.

In-Vehicle Study

Currently seeking people for an on-road study, which evaluates how various roadway surface conditions effect driver behavior - focusing on driver stress.

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Participants needed
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Currently seeking people for an on-road study, which evaluates how various roadway surface conditions effect driver behavior - focusing on driver stress. Participants will be asked to drive the UW instrumented vehicle around a 25 mile (mostly freeway route), while their heart rate is recorded via a 3-lead ECG device. The study begins and ends at the University of Washington Seattle campus and takes about 1.5 to 2 hours to complete. If you are interested in participating or learning more about the study, please email Erika at millerik@uw.edu.

Lean Operations

Research project with University of Washigton Harborview Medical Center: Applying lean operations methods to emergency departments specialized...

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Applying ISE principles to Health Care
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...in severe pediatric traumatic brain injuries. Creating a computer simulation model for best practices blueprint for application throughout the United States. Currently Ben is developing a iPad Application which will allow us to collect the data all over the locations in the United States. Participating medical centers are: Northwestern University, University of California - Los Angeles, University of Pittsburgh, Ohio State University, and the University of Washington. Choose TRAINING as Medical Center and test the app without password.

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