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Earl Wiener  was a professor at the Univ of Miami and NASA scientist. He graduated from Duke Univ and received a PhD in psychology and industrial engineering from The Ohio State Univ, and served as a pilot in the USAF and U.S. Army, flying medical transport aircraft. He did pivotal research on human factors in automated tasks, and was a pioneer in aviation cockpit safety. His work is widely credited for raising pilot preparedness and improving aviation safety.

Earl Wiener was a professor at the Univ of Miami and NASA scientist. He graduated from Duke Univ and received a PhD in psychology and industrial engineering from The Ohio State Univ, and served as a pilot in the USAF and U.S. Army, flying medical transport aircraft. He did pivotal research on human factors in automated tasks, and was a pioneer in aviation cockpit safety. His work is widely credited for raising pilot preparedness and improving aviation safety.

Kim Vicente is a professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto. He is a researcher, teacher, and author in the field of human factors. He is best known for his two books: The Human Factor and Cognitive Work Analysis.

Kim Vicente is a professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto. He is a researcher, teacher, and author in the field of human factors. He is best known for his two books: The Human Factor and Cognitive Work Analysis.

Grace Hopper’s accomplishments revolutionized the computing world for decades, but her wit and fores...

How Grace Hopper’s Career Cracked the Code for Women in Science

Grace Hopper’s accomplishments revolutionized the computing world for decades, but her wit and fores...

Alphonse Chapanis (1917–2002) was a pioneer in the field of industrial design, and is widely considered one of the fathers of ergonomics or human factors - the science of ensuring that design takes account of human characteristics.[1]

Alphonse Chapanis (1917–2002) was a pioneer in the field of industrial design, and is widely considered one of the fathers of ergonomics or human factors - the science of ensuring that design takes account of human characteristics.[1]

Joseph Frederick Engelberger (July 26, 1925 – December 1, 2015) was an American physicist, engineer and entrepreneur. Licensing the original patent awarded to inventor George Devol, Engelberger developed the first industrial robot in the United States, the Unimate, in the 1950s. Later, he worked as entrepreneur and vocal advocate of robotic technology beyond the manufacturing plant in a variety of fields, including service industries, health care, and space exploration.

Joseph Frederick Engelberger (July 26, 1925 – December 1, 2015) was an American physicist, engineer and entrepreneur. Licensing the original patent awarded to inventor George Devol, Engelberger developed the first industrial robot in the United States, the Unimate, in the 1950s. Later, he worked as entrepreneur and vocal advocate of robotic technology beyond the manufacturing plant in a variety of fields, including service industries, health care, and space exploration.

Doctor Earl's 29th Law

Doctor Earl's 29th Law

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Day 4 of my challenge to lose 100 pounds in a year.

Day 4 of my challenge to lose 100 pounds in a year.

this is from the '08 election, but it's so clever!!

this is from the '08 election, but it's so clever!!

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