Green honored as fellow of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
UMTRI research professor Paul A. Green was honored as a Fellow of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) at the organization's 56th annual meeting in Boston on October 23. Green was one of seven people elected as Fellows in 2012 for outstanding achievement in the field of human factors and ergonomics.
Green is head of UMTRI's Driver Interface Group. His research team focuses on driver distraction, driver workload and workload managers, navigation system design, and motor-vehicle controls and displays. The research makes extensive use of instrumented cars and UMTRI's driving simulator.
Green is also an adjunct associate professor in the University of Michigan Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering. He teaches automotive human factors and human-computer interaction classes. He has also been co-leader of U-M's Human Factors and Engineering Short Course for twenty-five years.
Photo: Paul A. Green