Graduate track in Human Factors Engineering (HFE).
This unique track offered in the Dept. of Industrial Engineering and management offers a Masters in science (MSc) degree (with or without a research thesis) in Industrial Engineering with a focus in HFE. We accept a verity of academic backgrounds. We encourage diversity, however, those who do not have an engineering degree are required to do supplement courses.
IEM department Graduate courses – English information page
See details in the Department website or contact Dr. Avinoam Borowsky , email@example.com
We welcome International students. Graduate courses are given in English if International students participate.
List of courses that I teach:
- Undergraduate Level
- Applications of Human Factors in Industry and Services
- Ergonomics/Human Factors Engineering (intro level – mandatory)
- Project Management
- Introduction to decision making
- Graduate Level
- Stress, Workload and Fatigue
- Automation and Intelligent Systems
- Man-Machine Systems (Mandatory)
- Decision Making in advanced technological systems (mandatory)
- Designing user interfaces (mandatory) – User Interface II
- Human Robot interaction
- Introduction to Human Factors Engineering
- From Ergonomics to Hedonomics
- Stress, fatigue and workload models and application
- Multi-modal displays
- Naturalistic decision making