Background: Ph.D. Systems and Information Engineering, concentration in Human Factors, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, expected 2021; M.S. Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, 2017
Why data science? All the scientific and engineering disciplines have a common goal: to make life easier for people. Human Factors, though, tends to exclusively study how humans behave physically and psychologically in different conditions.
My research puts drivers in various conditions and aims to predict their actions using machine learning algorithms. Since human physiological data is noisy, various data science methods could assist my work in data cleaning, preparation and analysis of drivers' responses in various conditions.
Research Interests: Human Factors Engineering, driver feedback and driver behavior modeling