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Syllabus

Infomation of Course

Program Master/Doctorate [석/박사과정] Course Type Elective(Graduate) [ 선택(석/박사) ]
Course Code 31.761 Course No IE761
Section English English
L:L:C(AU) 3:0:3.0(0) Exam time
(classroom)
- Tue: 16:00~18:45
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Course Title Cognitive Engineering [ 인지공학 ]
Class time
(classroom)
Tue: 16:00~17:30 / (E11)Creative Learning Bldg. [ (E11)창의학습관 ] (310)
Thu: 16:00~17:30 / (E11)Creative Learning Bldg. [ (E11)창의학습관 ] (310)
Notice Code Share KSE641

Information of Professor

Name 윤완철(Yoon, Wan Chul)
Department 산업및시스템공학과(Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering)
Phone 042-350-3119
E-Mail wanyoon@kaist.ac.kr

Plan of Lecture

Syllabus File CSE 2019-syl.pdf
Syllabus URL
Summary of Lecture Human cognitive process, capability, and performance characteristics are introduced.
Topics include how Human-System integration should be designed and human errors can be
prevented and reduced. Some hands-on case studies are conducted to be acquainted with realistic
system-engineering practice of cognitive system design.
Material for Teaching Texts: (W) C.D. Wickens et al, An Introduction to Human Factors Engineering (2/e), Pearson, 2015
Ref: (V) K. Vicente, Cognitive Work Analysis, 1999
Evaluation Criteria * The followings evaluation criteria may change:
Midterm exam: 30 % Final exam: 30 % . Report: 20 % H.Presentation: 20 %

Lecture Schedule 1 2/26 Introduction to CSE W1
1 2/28 Independence Movement Day
2 3/5 Design and Evaluation Methods - 1 W2
2 3/7 Design and Evaluation Methods - 2 W2, W19
3 3/12 Visual Sensory Systems W3 Term-net and Cases
3 3/14 Cognition - 1 W5
4 3/19 Cognition - 2 W5
4 3/21 Cognition - 3 W5 Term-net and Cases
5 3/26 Decision Making W6
5 3/28 Decision-Making Processes W6 Term-net and Cases
6 4/2 Heuristics and Biases W6
6 4/4 Displays - 1 W7
7 4/9 Displays - 2 W7 Term-net and Cases
7 4/11 Control W8
8 4/16 Midterm
9 4/23 Understanding and Analyzing Systems V2,6,7 Design Project Starts
9 4/25 Understanding Tasks V8
10 4/30 Understanding and Supporting Strategies V9
10 5/2 Stress and Workload W12
11 5/7 Human Errors W13
11 5/9 Understanding Accidents (with Cases) W13+
12 5/14 System Safety W13+ Design Project Ends
12 5/16 System Safety W14
13 5/21 Human-Computer Interaction - 1 W14
13 5/23 Human-Computer Interaction - 2 W14
14 5/28 Automation, Selection, Training W. 16 (17) Term-net and Cases
14 5/30 Social factors W18
15 6/4 Final Presentation Project Presentation
15 6/6 ( Memorial Day )
16 6/11 Final Examination
Memo Assistant Name: Yuchan Kim