Lin Awarded $235K NSF Grant

MIE Associate Professor Yingzi Lin was awarded a $235K National Science Foundation grant to determine how to integrate human factors such as emotion, mental workload and attention into a Driver Assistance System.

Dr. Lin's research interests include human-machine interactions, human friendly mechatronics and human factors in transportation and healthcare. She is also the director of the Intelligent Human-Machine Systems Laboratory (IHMS), which she founded in 2005 at Northeastern University.

Related Faculty: Yingzi Lin

Related Departments:Mechanical & Industrial Engineering