The Neuroergonomics and Cognitive Engineering (NeCE) Lab, located in the College of Engineering, Architecture & Technology, is focused on understanding neural, physiological, and behavioral mechanisms underlying human-system interactions, and using that knowledge to inform the design, development, and assessment of cyber-physical systems with the goal of enhancing productivity, safety, and health.
Areas of application include aviation, health care, surface transportation, energy, and military systems.
Joseph Nuamah. Evaluating Efficiency of Information Visualizations: A Cognitive Load Perspective. Presented at: 2020 IISE Virtual Annual Conference; November 3, 2020.
Joseph Nuamah. Effectiveness of Feedback Modalities under Stress is Gender-dependent: A NeuroErgonomics Approach. Presented at: 15th Annual One-Day Symposium of Human Factors and Ergonomics; April 26, 2019; UHCL, Houston, TX.
Joseph Nuamah. Emergency Response with UAVs for Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano. Presented at: Texas A&M University Health Science Center’s Inaugral Disaster Response Symposium: Robotics & Responders; February 14, 2019; College Station, TX.
Joseph Nuamah. Human Factors in Human-Autonomous Systems: A Neuroergonomic Approach. Presented at: Congressional Delegation to HBCUs; March 28, 2018; Greensboro, NC.
Joseph Nuamah. A Machine Learning Approach to Capturing Compensatory and Non-Compensatory Strategies in Judgment Tasks. Presented at: Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFES) International Annual Meeting; October 13, 2017; Austin, TX.
Joseph Nuamah. Classification of Cognitive Tasks using Artificial Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines. Presented at: 2017 Emerging Researchers National Conference in STEM; March 3, 2017; Washington, D.C.
Joseph Nuamah. Task Engagement Index Classification of Cognitive Tasks using Artificial Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines. Presented at: Autonomous Control & Info Tech Institute, North Carolina A&T State University; June 17, 2016; Greensboro, NC.
Joseph Nuamah. EEG-Based Artificial Neural Network Classification of Intuition and Analysis Cognition. Presented at: Department of Defense Human Factors Engineering Technical Advisory Group Meeting 70; May 13, 2016; NASA Langley, Hampton, VA.
For prospective graduate students
Dr. Nuamah is accepting new graduate students starting in Fall 2021. Please contact Dr. Nuamah if you are interested.
For undergraduate research assistants
NeCE Lab is always looking for highly-motived undergraduate research assistants. Please contact Dr. Nuamah if you are interested.