Research and testing of human factors, automation, and safety issues with focus on aviation applications
. Extracted, collected, analyzed information, develop innovative solutions to product functionality
. Plan and design usability studies, reported findings: maintain/archive- metrics, and test results.
. Superior knowledge of Human Factors principles of research; surveys, testing and analyses.
. Ability to write clear concise technical reports, convey, explain systems in oral communications/presentations
Using the principles theories and techniques of human computer interaction (HCI); operational hazard analysis (OHA); human interaction (HI) techniques, I apply scientific knowledge based on evidence of data produced by experiments or observations to examine systems to assess and analyze data.
. Obtain relevant information before making decisions
. Make effective decisions, supported decisions others
. Encourage discussion by everyone involved when making complex decisions
. Developed part-task medium fidelity testing in partnership with NASA, FAA, NLR, JAXA, MITRE, Volpe, HPM technology to conduct simulation modeling experiments
. Arrangement of planning meetings for projects organization
. Worked with others to establish acceptable performance objectives Removed organizational obstacles to performance
. Provided others with timely feedback
. Took suitable action regarding performance objects
. Laboratory operations: management SJSUHAIL including H/W, S/W; established space priority use of equipment; budget/personnel recommendations, ensured adherence to procedures, and working standards, suggested changes/adjustments. Conducted planning meetings: San Jose State University
. Budget/purchase of computer (H/W-S/W) equipment Corker, KSA/NASA Coordination of Air MIDAS Safety Development Human Error Modeling: NASA Aviation Safety Program PhaseII ).
. Manage analyst/programmer/research budget (e.g. pay schedules, promotion recommendations, end of appointment records)
. Supervised labor, testing, recruitment, partner/stakeholder, meeting-schedules (i.e. ATM- Cognitive Walkthrough I-II, May-July, 2007)
. Grant research planning and scheduling assisted in establishing future research objectives; assisted in preparation of grant research budget, proposal; responsible for expenditure and revisions of project budget.
. Responsible for needs/adjustments of laboratory procedures, workflow, manpower assignments, proposals, budget documentation and implementation (e.g. NSPIRES, .gov) Personnel management: responsible for assessing benchmarks to assure project objectives met; seek/judge, identify any difficulty, resolve problems or complaints; ensure information, tools training, available
. Define needs of employees, partners, and stakeholders, promoted an atmosphere of open discussion
. Address interpersonal and/or intergroup conflict usefully
. Promoted an atmosphere valuing cultural diversity and other differences
. Extensive leadership experience in recruitment of multi-disciplinary and multi-national, multi-ethnic, research and programming workforce teams; trained, supervised, and evaluated personnel in developing organizational skill
. Work closely with all persons to establish mutually acceptable performance objectives and requirements and timely feedback on performance.
. Actively involve others in process to promote leadership talent