Research Interests: Human factors. Decision making under uncertainty. Communicating and visualizing uncertainty and variability of historical information. Multimodal perception and interfaces. Wearable technology. Ecological interface design. Computer supported cooperative Work.
Current Project: Short-term planning decision support for emergency medical transport.
Wayne joined HFASt in 2012 as Ph.D. student. Previously, Wayne received his BASc (2009) in Systems Design Engineering with an option in Cognitive Science and a MASc (2012) in Systems Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo.
Wayne has experience working in multiple domains including healthcare, transport, defence, and consumer electronics in his research positions at the Advanced Interface Lab at the University of Waterloo and the Advance Interface Group at Defence R&D Canada – Toronto. Wayne has also designed interfaces for multiple platforms including digital tabletops, interactive wall displays, tablet PCs, smart watches, mobile phones, and vibrotactile vests and sonifications for UAV ground control stations. He has a passion for leveraging current research in human perception and psychology for the design of interfaces for complex systems.
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