President: Elliot Biltekoff
Elliot Biltekoff is a second year Ph.D. student working in the Formal Human Systems Laboratory at UB. His undergraduate studies at UB were in Cognitive Science with a focus in High Level Mental Processes. His current interests include Fuzzy Logic, Human Centric Computing, and Ethical Decision Making.
Vice President/Treasurer : Jessica Arora
Jessica is a MS candidate in Industrial and Systems Engineering with a concentration in Human Factors at the University at Buffalo. Her interests are in safety and UX research design. Jessica graduated from the University at Buffalo in 2019 with a BS in industrial engineering and a BA in statistics.
Secretary/Communications: Kristen Pham
Kristen is a MS student in the department of Industrial and Systems Engineering with a concentration in Human Factors and Ergonomics. She is interested in cognitive engineering and user experience. She was formerly an industrial engineer at General Motors, and graduated with a BS in industrial engineering from UB in 2019.
Board Member at Large: Su Shen
Su Shen is a Ph.D. student working in the Applied Cognitive Ergonomics Lab, where she stretches her perception of the industry from an entirely physics-driven world to a cognitive world worth exploring. America is still a new place for her, and she enjoys experiencing the different cultures and people she’s come across here. She loves traveling and exploring food and culture. Her interest in the field of Human Factors lies in the many varied ways people process information, either relevant or irrelevant to main task, specifically in driving domain.
Faculty Advisor: Matthew L. Bolton, Ph.D.
Dr. Bolton is an associate professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University at Buffalo. His research interests include system safety, human performance modeling, erroneous human behavior, systems engineering, formal methods, model checking, human-automation interaction, complex system failure, situational and spatial awareness measurement, and psychophysics. He leads the Formal Human Systems Laboratory (FHSL) at UB.
Faculty Advisor: Huei-Yen “Winnie” Chen, Ph.D.
Dr. Chen is an assistant professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University at Buffalo. Her research interests include human-machine interactions, cognitive engineering, driver behavior and safety, and human factors in healthcare. She leads the Applied Cognitive Engineering Lab (ACEL) at UB.