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Infomation of Course

Program Common [공통(상호인정)] Course Type Major Elective [ 전공선택 ]
Course Code 31.416 Course No IE416
Section English English
L:L:C(AU) 3:1:3.0(0) Exam time
- Thu: 09:00~11:45
Course Title Techniques and Methods in Human Engineering [ 인간공학기법과 방법론 ]
Class time
Tue: 10:30~12:00 / (E2)Industrial Engineering & Management Bldg. [ (E2)산업경영학동 ] (1120)
Thu: 10:30~12:00 / (E2)Industrial Engineering & Management Bldg. [ (E2)산업경영학동 ] (1120)

Information of Professor

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

Plan of Lecture

Syllabus File IE416_Techniques and Methods in Human Engineering_Syll_2020 Fall_Final Submission.pdf
Syllabus URL
Summary of Lecture This course introduces state-of-the-art techniques and methods in human engineering. Topics include: design and analysis of human experiments, instrumentation for human data acquisition (body shape and motion capture, eye movement tracking, muscle activity monitoring …), techniques for assessing human physical and mental workloads, and digital human modeling. Laboratory work/demo is also included.
Material for Teaching ?Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods. Stanton N, Hedge A, Brookhuis K, Salas E, and Hendrick HW., 2005. CRC Press. (Main Textbook)
?Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics (4th Edition). Gavriel Salvendy., 2012. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (Auxiliary textbook)
?Occupational Biomechanics (4th Edition), Chaffin, D.B., Andersson, G.B.J., and Martin, B.J., 2006. John Wiley and Sons, NJ. (Auxiliary textbook)
Evaluation Criteria * The followings evaluation criteria may change:
(1) Class Participation & Individual Assignments: 15%
(2) Labs and Reports (Online labs; Group-based): 15%
(3) Midterm Exam: 30%
(4) Research Paper Review: 10%
(5) Final Project and Presentation (Group-based): 30%
Lecture Schedule See the attached PDF file for the details
Memo Due to COVID-19 pandemic, we will implement online classes (Real-time distance class using ZOOM and non-real time class using MS PowerPoint) for this course in the entire semester to ensure the safety of all members