This is an informal get together by those interested in and affiliated with the HFEWOMAN Affinity Group. During this event, we will discuss issues important to the AG, give reminders and updates, and also go over details surrounding HFEWOMAN's related activities at the upcoming conference. All are welcomed to attend.
Dr. Heather C. Lum (Moderator)
Arizona State University
Dr. Heather C. Lum is an assistant professor in human systems engineering within the Fulton School of Engineering at Arizona State University. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Central Florida in applied experimental and human factors psychology. Her primary research interests focus on perceptions of technology, specifically the ways in which technology is impacting the way we interact with each other as humans. Other areas of interest include the use of psychophysiological measures such as eye tracking and vocal analyses to better determine and study the critical applied cognitive and experimental topics of interest such as spatial cognition, human-human, human-animal and human-robot team interactions. She has also turned her attention to the use of games and virtual/mixed environments for training and educational purposes. She is the director of the Virtual Environments and Cognitive Training Research (VECToR) lab.