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Dr. David WoodsFaculty Member Picture

Professor

Contact Information

Office: 290 Baker Systems Engineering
Phone: (614) 946-0123
Fax: (614) 292-7852
Email: woods.2 @ osu.edu

Education

Canisius College: B.A.(Psychology), 1974
Purdue University: M.S.( Experimental Psychology), 1977
Purdue University: Ph.D.( Cognitive Psychology), 1979

Areas of Interest

Data overload and designing computer-based visualizations, How to make intelligent and automated systems team players, Human-robot coordination, Automation and coordination surprises, Team work in anomaly response, diagnosing faults, and replanning, How complex systems fail and cognitive factors behind human error, Resilience Engineering and amangement, How to study cognitive work in context, Foundations of Cognitive Systems Engineering.

Courses Taught at OSU

Undergraduate Courses: ISE670
Graduate Courses: ISE770, ISE773.01, ISE771.01, ISE870, ISE875.01, ISE871

Dr. David Woods (Purdue '79) is a professor at Ohio State University in the Institute for Ergonomics and Past-President of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. From his initial work following the Three Mile Island accident in nuclear power, to studies of coordination breakdowns between people and automation in aviation accidents, to his role in today's national debates about patient safety, he has studied how human and team cognition contributes to success and failure in complex, high risk systems.

Additional Information

For more information about Dr. Woods and the Cognitive Systems Engineering Laboratory, please visit Dr. Woods' website.


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