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John Lee

  • Professor
  • Professor
  • University Of Wisconsin Colleges
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Research interests

Cognitive engineering Interface design

About

John D. Lee is the Emerson Electric professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Wisconsin, Madison and director of the Cognitive Systems Laboratory. Dr Lee’s research seeks to better integrate people and technology in complex systems, such as cars, semi-autonomous systems, and telemedicine. This involves developing models of human-technology interaction and interface designs that consider how technology mediates attention. He recently help to edit The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Engineering, and two books on distraction Driver Distraction: Theory, Effects, and Mitigation and Driver Distraction and Inattention.

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Co-authors (115)

Publications (5)

  • Understanding attitudes towards self-driving vehicles: Quantitative analysis of qualitative data

    • Lee J
    • Kolodge K
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  • Using topic modeling to develop multi-level descriptions of naturalistic driving data from drivers with and without sleep apnea

    • McLaurin E
    • Lee J
    • McDonald A
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  • Assessing route choice to mitigate older driver risk

    • Payyanadan R
    • Sanchez F
    • Lee J
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  • Dynamics of driver distraction: The process of engaging and disengaging

    • Lee J
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  • Steering in a random forest: Ensemble learning for detecting drowsiness-related lane departures

    • McDonald A
    • Lee J
    • Schwarz C
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Professional experience

Professor

University of Wisconsin

July 2009 - Present

Emerson Professor

College of Engineering, University of Wisconsin - Madison

June 2009 - Present

Education

Phd

University of Illinois

January 1988 - January 1992(4 years)