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Brandon Pitts

Contact Information
Email: bjpitts@purdue.edu
Office: GRIS 288 Map
Phone: 765-494-0062
Fax: 765-494-7693
Homepage: Homepage
Assistant Professor, School of Industrial Engineering

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Education


PhD University of Michigan Industrial and Operations Engineering 2016

Research Interests


Human factors, cognitive ergonomics, human-automation interaction, multimodal display design, aging and technology, aging and driving

Teaching Interests


Human factors, cognitive engineering, work analysis and design, gerontechnology

Grants


2020 - Ford Motor Company
2019 - Federal Aviation Administration
2019 - National Science Foundation
2019 - Center for Connected and Automated Transportation (CCAT) - U.S. DOT
2019 - Purdue Engineering Faculty Conversations (EFC)
2019 - Ford Motor Company (Ford-Purdue University Alliance)
2019 - ZF Automotive Group
2018 - National Science Foundation
2017 - Federal Aviation Administration
2016 - Federal Aviation Administration

Selected Publications


Zhang, T., Yang, J., Liang, N., Pitts, B.J., Prakah-Asante, K., Curry, R., Duerstock, B., Wachs, J., & Yu, D. (Under Review). Physiological Measurements of Situation Awareness: A Systematic Review. Submitted to Human Factors.

Huang, G., Luster, M., Karagol, I., Park, J. & Pitts, B.J. (Under Review). Self-Perception of Driving Abilities in Older Age: A Systematic Review. Submitted to Accident Analysis & Prevention.

Zhang, T., Yang, J., Liang, N., Pitts, B. J., Prakah-Asante, K., Curry, R., Duerstock, B., Wachs, J., & Yu, D. (2020). Physiological Measurements of Situation Awareness: A Systematic Review. Human Factors.

Pitts, B.J. & Sarter, N. (2018). What You Don't Notice Can Harm You: Age-Related Differences in Detecting Concurrent Visual, Auditory, and Tactile Cues. Human Factors, 60(4), 445-464.

Pitts, B., Riggs, S., & Sarter, N. (2016). Crossmodal Matching: A Critical but Neglected Step in Multimodal Research. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, 46(3), 445-450.

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