Lancaster, California, USA
Location: GRIS 334-B
Email: reinertc at purdue dot edu
I am a first year Ph.D. student who recently joined the Landry Lab after completing a Master’s in Human Computer Interaction at Georgia Tech. My research interests focus on the interactions and relationships between humans and autonomous systems. Specifically, I am interested in improving human exploratory capabilities through collaborative computing. I worked with FAA on a PEGASUS fellowship.
- Human-Automation Interaction
- Information Visualisation
- Heads up/Helmet Mounted Displays
- Autonomous Vehicles
2008-2012: Bachelors of Science, Cognitive Neuropsychology/Bachelor of Arts History. Universtiy of California, San Diego
2013-2015: Masters of Science, Human Computer Interaction. Georgia Institue of Technology
2015- ( EXP 2020): Ph.D., Industrial Engineering
May -August 2015: Human Machine Interaction Intern, United Technologies Research Center, Hartford, Connecticut.
August 2014-May 2015: Teaching Assistant, Georgia Institute of Technology College of Computing, Atlanta, Georiga.
June 2014-August 2014: Software Engineering Intern, Telecommunications Networks and Technologies Laboratory Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland.
- Development of an Operator Interface for Semi-Autonomous Parafoils. Digital Avionics Systems Conference, September 12-17, 2015
- ”Why Are You Smiling? In a Strategic Context, People’s Affective Responses Reflect the Meaning of Android’s Facial Expressions.”
Extended Abstract and Poster. ICDL EpiRob 2012
Something Interesting about me…
At one point in time, I wrote a 50-page history honors thesis on Daoism and nearly went to school to study the history of film.