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March 27, 2019

#HCS2019 Bonus Interview with Joseph Keebler

#HCS2019 Bonus Interview with Joseph Keebler

Join us for our bonus interview with Joseph Keebler from #HCS2019


Join us for our bonus interview with Joseph Keebler from #HCS2019

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Elyse Hallett

Guest Host / Field Correspondent

As a recent Master's graduate student in Human Factors, I am passionate about improving the quality of life for people by targeting the areas they themselves deem most important. This can be through the domain of healthcare, by helping the professionals who help patients through effective interventions that ultimately enhance the efficiency of procedures and reduce the stress within the operating room. This can be through the domain of accessibility, by improving the usability of tools that end users ultimately rely on to perform certain activities on the computer. This can be through training, by running simulations of certain complex systems (e.g. the National Airspace System). Whatever the domain, the goal is still the same: To be an advocate for the end user by shifting the spotlight away from technology and focusing once more on who will actually be using it.

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Joseph Keebler

Associate Professor of Human Factors, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

I have over 15 years of experience conducting experimental and applied research in human factors, with a specific focus on training and teamwork in medical, military, and consumer domains. I have partnered with multiple agencies and have led projects aimed at the implementation of HF/E in complex, high-risk systems to increase safety and human performance. This work includes command and control of tele-operated unmanned systems, communication and teamwork in medical systems, and simulation-/game- based training for advanced skills including playing guitar and identifying combat vehicles. My work includes over 50 publications and over 60 presentations at national and international conferences. I am currently co-director of the Research Engineering and Applied Collaborations in Healthcare (REACH) Laboratory where I work with a team of faculty and students to solve real world medical issues at the intersection of teamwork and technology.