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Dr. Ruixuan Li is a human factors scientist in Idaho National Laboratory’s Human Factors and Reliability Department. Her areas of expertise include research & development, human factors engineering, simulation, motion capture, and ergonomics. She earned her doctorate in human factors and ergonomics from University of Minnesota. She holds a master’s in industrial engineering from University at Buffalo. She first came to INL in August 2019 as a postdoctoral research associate. Prior to that, she was a graduate student researcher at University of Minnesota, where she helped develop user-studies for evaluating human factors on Motion Sickness in Virtual Reality. Her research interests include affordance perception, system design, visualization, human-machine interaction, human-automation interaction, and risk and resilience in cybersecurity.
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Cognitive Engineering & Decision Making
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Cognitive Engineering & Decision Making