DRiVE lab faculty members, clockwise from top left, Andrew Hamilton-Wright, Michele Oliver, Blair Nonnecke, and Lana Trick.
Lana Trick (Neuroscience and Applied Cognitive Science/Psychology): Human factors, cognitive ergonomics, driving and traffic accidents, in-vehicle technologies, age-related change in attentional abilities from childhood to old age, multiple-object tracking, enumeration (subitizing and counting), reasoning about uncertain outcomes.
Michele Oliver (Engineering):Workplace injury prevention, development and testing of new in-vehicle technologies, whole-body vibration mitigation strategies and device development
Andrew Hamilton-Wright (Computer Science): Machine assisted decision making, machine learning, association mining, data visualization
Blair Nonnecke (Computer Science): Human-computer interaction, usability, user-interface design, usability of in-vehicle navigation devices, design of systems to support online groups, lurkers in on-line communities.
FALL/WINTER 2021-2022 UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCHERS
- Jessica Swayze (Psychology honours thesis: PSYC 4870/4880)
- Max Smith (Psychology honous thesis: PSYC 4870/4880)
- Rachel Marmer (Neuroscience thesis: NEUR 4401/4402)
- Vanessa Amelio (Neuroscience thesis: NEUR 4401/4402)
- Gemma Rawson (Research intern: PSYC 3240: Fall 2021 only)
- Jessica Moody (Research intern: PSYC 3240: Fall 2021 only)
- Avika Srivastava (Research intern: PSYC 4240: Winter 2022 only)
- Martin Geraets-Rose (Research intern: PSYC 4240: Winter 2022 only)
- Victoria Watt (Research intern: PSYC 4240: Winter 2022 only)
- Shayndel Jim (Research Intern: PSYC 3240: Winter 2022 only)