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Infomation of Course

Program Master/Doctorate [석/박사과정] Course Type Elective(Graduate) [ 선택(석/박사) ]
Course Code 31.801 Course No IE801
Section A English English
L:L:C(AU) 3:0:3.0(0) Exam time
- Wed: 09:00~11:45
Course Title Special Topics in Industrial Engineering II<Techniques and Methodologies in Human Ergineering> [ 산업공학특수논제Ⅱ<인간공학기법과 방법론> ]
Class time
Mon: 10:30~12:00 / (E2)Industrial Engineering & Management Bldg. [ (E2)산업경영학동 ] (1120)
Wed: 10:30~12:00 / (E2)Industrial Engineering & Management Bldg. [ (E2)산업경영학동 ] (1120)
Notice Code share: IE481A

Information of Professor

Name 셔핑숑(Xiong, Shuping)
Department 산업및시스템공학과(Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering)
Phone 420-350-3132

Plan of Lecture

Syllabus File IE801-Techniques and Methodologies in Human Engineering_Course Syll_2017 Fall.pdf
Syllabus URL
Summary of Lecture The course objective is to learn contemporary techniques and methodologies used in human engineering, especially design and analysis of human experiments, instrumentation for human biosignal acquisition and processing (motion capture, eye tracking, EMG…), techniques and methods for assessing human physical and mental workloads, and digital human modeling for biomechanics, sports, healthcare applications. This course will serve as a foundation to postgraduate students who are interested in the area of human factors and ergonomics.
Material for Teaching - Main textbook : Stanton N, Hedge A, Brookhuis K, Salas E, and Hendrick HW., 2005. Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods. CRC Press.
- Auxiliary textbook : Chaffin, D.B., Andersson, G.B.J., and Martin, B.J., 2006. Occupational Biomechanics (4th edition), John Wiley and Sons, NJ.
Evaluation Criteria * The followings evaluation criteria may change:
(1) Assignments & Class Participation: 20%
(2) Labs and Reports: 30%
(3) Paper Presentation & Discussion: 20%
(4) Group Project: 30%
Lecture Schedule Tentative Schedule:
Week 1. Introduction to human engineering
Week 2. Techniques and methodologies in human engineering: An overview
Week 3. Design and analysis of human experiments (CRD, RCBD, Latin-square, factorial design.)
Week 4. Ergonomics lab class I: Design and analysis of a human experiment
Week 5. Instrumentation for human biosignal acquisition (motion capture, eye tracking, EMG…)
Week 6. Ergonomics lab class II: Human full-body motion tracking and analysis
Week 7. Techniques for assessing human physical workloads
Week 8. Techniques for assessing human mental workloads
Week 9. Ergonomics lab class III: Human workload evaluation
Week 10.Final project guidelines
Week 11.Digital human modeling for biomechanical and sports applications
Week 12.Digital human modeling for healthcare applications
Week 13.Guest lecture by an invited speaker
Week 14.Paper presentation and discussion I
Week 15.Paper presentation and discussion II
Week 16.Final project presentation (Group)
Memo The course code is shared with IE481A, a course for junior/senior undergraduate students who are interested in knowing more about human engineering.