I am a researcher in the Human Systems Engineering (HSE) research group in the University of Waterloo's Systems Design Engineering department.
Colin has a BSc. in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa and is currently a Masters candidate at the University of Waterloo. He has a long-standing interest in human factors, and his research focus is in the optimization of training techniques and programs in complex, socio-technical systems through the application of human factors concepts. His current research aims to determine appropriate fidelity for air traffic control simulation training.
I am currently a Master of Applied Science (MASc) student at University of Waterloo. I am currently working as a research assistant in Humans in Complex Systems (HCOM) lab.
Michael is a fourth year Electrical Engineering student in his last coop working as a web developer. He worked on a variety of tasks to ease the work load of the research assistants in the HCOM department. He will be finishing his undergraduate degree April 2014.
Doug is interested in safety, human factors, and design of decision support systems. He is currently taking a break from being an active student but is expected to return in May 2014.
Finished graduate program. Research work on generic airspace is available through publications listed on this site.
Finished graduate program.