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Grad Student Wins Best Student Paper at 2016 HFES STTG
Jeanne Xie (IndE MASc 1T6) recently won the best student paper award from 2016 HFES STTG for her research on “Gaming to Safety: Exploring Feedback Gamification for Mitigating Driver Distraction.” Jeanne recently graduated from the Human Factors and Applied Statistics (HFASt) Lab, supervised by Professor Birsen Donmez. Co-authors Winnie Chen, Professor Donmez, and Jeanne Xie are pictured above.