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Cheng-Jhe Lin

 

 

Cheng-Jhe Lin (林承哲)

 

Position:

Associate Professor

Office:

MA423

Email:

Robert_cjlin@mail.ntust.edu.tw

Phone:

+886-2-2737-6336

Education:

Ph.D., Industrial and Systems Engineering, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA

Courses:

Work Study, Industrial Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Human Factors Engineering, Ergonomics in Design, Design Thinking

Professional Experience:

Stanford -Taiwan Biomedical (STB) Fellow, Stanford University, 

Human Factors Engineering Specialist, Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology

Research Interests:

Human Computer Interaction, Human Behavior Modeling, Quantitative Interface Design, Physical Neuroergonomics

Journal Publications:

Lin, C. -J. & Wu, C*., 2015. Predicting Numerical Data Entry Errors by Classifying EEG Signals with Linear Discriminant Analysis. Behaviour & Information Technology, 34(8), 787-798.

Lin, C. -J., Wu, C*. & Chaovalitwongse, W.A., 2015. Predicting Human Errors in Numerical Typing by Integrating Human Behavior Modeling and Data Mining Techniques. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, 45(1), 39-50.

Lin, C. -J. & Wu, C*., 2013. Reactions, Accuracy and Response Complexity of Numerical Typing on Touchscreens. Ergonomics, 56(5), 818-831.

Lin, C.-J., & Wu, C*., 2012. Mathematically modelling the effects of pacing, finger strategies and urgency on numerical typing performance with queuing network model human processor. Ergonomics, 55(10), 1180-1204.

Lin, C. -J. & Wu, C*., 2011. Factors affecting numerical typing performance of young people in a hear-and-type task. Ergonomics, 54(12), 1159-74.

Lab:

MA011-2

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2020/07/16 update