Presentations and Publications


  1. Hoyle, J. (2009, April). Leveraging Technology to Answer Difficult Ergonomic Questions: Assessing Risk and Justifying Solutions. Presented at the Ohio Safety Congress and Exposition, Columbus, OH.
  2. Greenwald, J. (2009, March). Ergonomic Program Development: Conducting Effective Program Audits.Presented at the 12th annual Applied Ergonomics Conference,Reno, NV.
  3. Greenwald, J. (2008, August). Moving from a Reactive to a Proactive Ergonomics Program.Presented at the 24th annual VPPPA National Converence, Anaheim, CA.
  4. Greenwald, J. (2008, March). Ergonomic Programs: Building on NIOSH Elements.Presented at the 11th annual Applied Ergonomics Conference, Orlando, FL.
  5. Anderson, A.M. (2007, October). Learning Percentage Analysis for Alternative Keyboards.Presented at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Meeting,Baltimore, MD.
  6. Sherman, B.R.  (2007, August).  The Ergonomist’s Role in Back Injury Prevention and Return to Work Accommodation. Presented at Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic Worker’s Compensation Seminar, Raleigh, NC.
  7. Sherman, B.R.  (2007, May).  Evaluating Risk Associated With Manual Materials Handling. Presented at the Eastern Ergonomics Conference, New York, NY.
  8. Sherman, B.R.  (2007, May).  The Aging Workforce Defined. Presented at the Eastern Ergonomics Conference, New York, NY.
  9. Sherman, B.R.  (2007, March).  You can’t spell “lean processing manufacturing engineering” without the letters E-R-G-O-N-O-M-I-C-S.  Presented at the 10thannual Applied Ergonomics Conference, Dallas, TX.
  10. Greenwald, J. (2007, March). Making Your Ergonomics Program Proactive, Not Reactive.Presented at the 10th annual Applied Ergonomics Conference, Dallas, TX.
  11. Greenwald, J. (2007, March). How Many Ways Can You Say “Ergonomy”.Presented at the 10th annual Applied Ergonomics Conference, Dallas, TX.


Recent Ergonomics Area Journal and Book Chapter Publications

  1. Corbett, B., Nam, C. S., and Yamaguchi, T. (2016). The Effects of Haptic Feedback and Visual Distraction on Pointing Task Performance.International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction(DOI:10.1080/10447318.2015.1094914)
  2. Kaber, D. B., Pankok, C., Corbett, B., Ma, W., Hummer, J. & Rasdorf, W. (2015). Driver behavior in use of guide and logo signs under distraction and complex roadway conditions. Applied Ergonomics, 47, 99-106.
  3. Pankok, C., Kaber, D. B., Rasdorf, W. & Hummer, J. (2015). Effects of Guide and Logo Signs on Freeway Driving Behavior. Transportation Research Record(Journal of the Transportation Research Board), No. 2518, pp. 73-78. DOI: 10.3141/2518-10.
  4. Pankok, C., Zahabi, M., Zhang, W. & Kaber, D. B. (in press). The effect of physical workload and modality of information presentation on cognitive inhibition in high­fit young males. To appear in IIE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics & Human Factors.
  5. Mohammadzadeh, F. F., Liu, S., Bond, K. A., & Nam, C. S. (2015). Feasibility of a Wearable, Sensor-Based Motion Tracking System. Procedia Manufacturing, 3, 192-199.
  6. Nam, C S., Wadeson, A., Whang, M., and Choi, I. (2016). Brain-Computer Interfaces: Research in Communication and Control. In K. L. Norman (Ed.): Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction. Wiley Press.
  7. Nijholt, A., and Nam, C. S. (2015). Arts and Brain-Computer Interface. Brain-Computer Interfaces, 2(2-3), 57-59.
  8. Powers, J., Bieliaieva, K., Wu, S., and Nam, C. S. (2015). The Human Factors and Ergonomics of P300-Based Brain–Computer Interfaces. Brain Sciences, 5, 318-356.
  9. Wadeson, A., Nijholt, A., and Nam, C. S. (2015). Artistic brain-computer interfaces: State-of-the-Art Control Mechanisms. Brain-Computer Interfaces, 2(2-3), 60-69.
  10. Zahabi, M., Kaber, D. B. & Swangnetr, M. (in press). Usability and safety in electronic medical records: A review of literature and guideline formulation. To appear in Human Factors. DOI: 10.1177/0018720815576827.
  11. Greenwald, J. (2009, March). Sphere of Safety: Moving Ergonomics Programs Forward. IIE Industrial Engineer, Pg 26-30.

Recent Ergonomics Area Referenced Conference Publications

  1. Choi, H., Bond, K., Krusienski, D., & Nam, C. S. (2015). Comparison of Stimulation Patterns to Elicit Steady-State Somatosensory Evoked Potentials (SSSEPs): Implications for Hybrid and SSSEP-Based BCIs. The 2015 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC 2015).
  2. Choi, H., Feng, J., & Nam, C. S. (2015). A Wandering Mind Cannot Resolve Conflicts in Displayed Information. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society’s 59thAnnual Meeting.
  3. Lee, J., Lindquist, K., & Nam, C. S. (2015). Predicting Emotional Intelligence with EEG Coherence. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society’s 59thAnnual
  4. Li, Y., & Nam, C. S. (2015). A Collaborative Brain-Computer Interface for ALS Patients. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society’s 59thAnnual Meeting.
  5. Mohammadzadeh, F. F., Bond, K. A., Liu, S., & Nam, C. S. (2015). Feasibility of a Wearable, Sensor-Based Motion Tracking System. Proceeding of the 6thInternational Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2015), Las Vegas, USA.
  6. Mirka, G.A., Jin. S., and Hoyle J. (2009). An evaluation of arborist handsaws.  Applied Ergonomics, 40(1): 8-14.
  7. Anderson, A.M., Meador, K.A., McClure, L.R., Makrozahopolous, D., Brooks, D.J., and Mirka, G.A. (2007). A biomechanical analysis of anterior load carriage.Ergonomics,50, 2104-2117.
  8. Splittstoesser, R.E., Yang, G., Knapik, G.G., Hoyle, J.A.,Lahoti, P., Vatan Korkmaz, S., Sommerich, C.M., Lavender, S.A., and Marras, W.S (2007).  Spinal loading during manual materials handling in a kneeling posture.  Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 17: 25-34.
  9. Korkmaz, S.V., Hoyle, J.A., Knapik, G.G., Splittstoesser, R.E., Yang, G., Trippany, D.R., Lahoti, P., Sommerich, C.M., Lavender, S.A., and Marras, W.S. (2006). Baggage handling in an airplane cargo hold: An ergonomic intervention study. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 36: 301-312.
  10. Woldstad, J.C., and Sherman, B.R. (1998).  The effects of a back belt on posture, strength, and spinal compressive force during static lift exertions.  International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 22: 409-416. Download a copy of the article.