Ann Bisantz earned a PhD at the Georgia Institute of Technology in industrial and systems engineering in human-machine systems with a minor in cognitive science. Her MS and BS are from UB, both in industrial engineering. Her research involves cognitive engineering for complex systems such as health care and command and control, and includes projects addressing communicating uncertainty to decision makers using visual and multi-modal displays, methods in cognitive engineering, and modeling dynamic decision-making.
PhD, 1997, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
MS, 1991, Industrial Engineering, University at Buffalo, SUNY
BS, 1989, Industrial Engineering, Unversity at Buffalo, SUNY
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