Nathan McNeese
Dr. Nathan J. McNeese is the CECAS Dean’s Professor and Assistant Professor of Human-Centered Computing and Director of the Team Research Analytics in Computational Environments (TRACE) Research Group within the division of Human-Centered Computing in the School of Computing at Clemson University. Dr. McNeese is also the Director of the university-wide Clemson University Data (Science) Lab. He also holds a secondary appointment in Clemson’s Human Factors Institute, is a Faculty Scholar in Clemson’s School o Health Research, and a Watt Family Faculty Fellow. Dr. McNeese received a Ph.D. in Information Sciences & Technology from The Pennsylvania State University. For over 15 years, Dr. McNeese has conducted research mainly focused on teamwork, artificial intelligence (AI), and collaborative technology within a variety of different contexts (command & control, manufacturing, emergency crisis management, and healthcare).

His current research interests span across human-AI teaming, human-centered AI, and the development/design of human-centered collaborative tools and systems. He currently serves on multiple international/societal program and technical committees, in addition to multiple editorial boards including Human Factors. He is a current and previous member of multiple National Academies of Science panels broadly focused on human factors and human computer interaction. His research has received multiple best paper awards/nominations and has been published in peer-reviewed venues over 100 times. In addition, he has acquired over $15M in research funding from agencies such as NSF, ONR, AFOSR, andAHRQ.