During the 67th HFES Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, Clemson IE students and faculty were awarded for their contributions to the human factors and ergonomics field, followed by the student chapter receiving the Gold HFES Chapter Recognition Award.
Congratulations to Dr. Jackie Cha and Dr. Dan Li, both Assistant Professors in Clemson IE, for receiving a National Science Foundation (NSF) funding award for their submission titled “CICI: UCSS: Human-Centered Cybersecurity in Robotic Surgery (HCCRS) – Coordinating the Human and Cyber Infrastructure for Cybersecurity”! The goal of this research is to design new human-centered […]
Clemson IE’s Dr. Jessica Avilés presents at a Congressional Briefing for the Science, Space, and Technology Committee in Washington, DC. Dr. Avilés co-led the showcase of cutting-edge research led by Dr. Divya Srinivasan (Clemson IE) and Dr. Georgia Chao (University of South Florida).
This weekend, North Carolina State University hosted the 2023 IISE Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference. Clemson’s own, Eliza Macaulay, presented her research in the technical paper competition and won first place!
Although there are multiple variations of strokes, ischemic strokes make up 87% of stroke occurrences. Following a CT scan to confirm the absence of brain bleeding, Thrombolytic therapy using tissue plasminogen activator (t-PA) is known to be one of the most successful treatments for stroke care. To be effective, however, tPA must be administered within […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically altered practices of engagement within institutions of higher education. In particular, STEM students who study a technical trade have been greatly disadvantaged by the imposition of a virtual classroom setting. Whereas prior to the pandemic STEM students could undertake hands-on technical work in labs or factories, COVID-19 has made this […]
The vast majority of workplaces and educational settings have been forced to adopt either a virtual or a hybrid (jointly virtual and in-person) setting. Collaborative work in particular has been inhibited by the necessity of social distancing, as multi-faceted teams of facilitators and participants are now forced to conduct their work while geographically separated. For […]