This is the website of the Automation Design Advancing People and Technology (ADAPT) Lab at Arizona State University, part of The Polytechnic School and The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. The ADAPT lab focuses on human-computer interaction, trust in automation, human-agent cooperation in complex systems, human-autonomy teaming, resilience engineering, health information technology, and health systems engineering. We conduct research and participate in K-12 STEM outreach events to advance our understanding of how people and automation can together improve productivity, quality, and safety in our world.

Lab Log

Fall 2017 FURI Symposium

Undergraduate senior in Industrial Engineering, Roquesan Luckett, represented the ADAPT Lab at the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative poster symposium held in Tempe, Sun Devil Fitness Center. Her research was on the "Effects of Accountability on Process and...

HFES Diversity Committee 2017 Annual Meeting Wrap-Up

The following summary was written by Erin Chiou, Rod Roscoe, and Abigail Wooldridge, with minor modifications from a version written for the HFES November Bulletin.  At the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society's Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas, the Diversity Committee...

Pouria Salehi receives SAPSA Award

Pouria Salehi received the Student Author Presentation Support Award from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) Council of Technical Groups. Following an application review process, ten student authors are awarded up to $599 each to participate in the HFES...

Presentation and Workshop accepted at the HFES 2017 Annual Meeting

Congratulations to Pouria Salehi whose paper, "Interruptions in Human-Agent Teamwork: A Microworld Experiment" was accepted for presentation at the HFES 2017 Annual Meeting in October!  Erin Chiou will also be presenting at a workshop on behalf of the HFES Diversity...

HSE and ADAPT represented at the FURI symposium

Undergraduate junior Katelyn Schroll represented the Human Systems Engineering program and the ADAPT Lab at the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative poster symposium held in Tempe, Sun Devil Fitness Center. Her research was on developing "A Healthcare Framework...

New FURI student joins ADAPT

Congratulations to undergraduate senior Roquesan Luckett, for receiving the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative award, and will work with our lab for Summer and Fall 2017! Roquesan will be conducting research on accountability in a human-automation micro-world...

Welcome

Welcome to the ADAPT laboratory website! We are part of the Human Systems Engineering program at Arizona State University, part of The Polytechnic School and The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. This is our first...

Contact

Erin K. Chiou, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Human Systems Engineering
erin.chiou@asu.edu
Office: (480) 727-1589