James Intriligator | Human Factors, Perception, Design, and Consumer Psychology
Dr. Intriligator is the Director of the Tufts Human Factors Engineering program. His research interests include design, design thinking, marketing, branding/packaging, consumer psychology, perception, cognition, attention, emotion, VR, AR, innovation, and entrepreneurialism.
Read Intriligator’s white paper, “The Future of Human Factors Engineering“
See the autonomous vehicles website (made by students in the ExCollege class he co-taught with Prof Hal Miller-Jacobs)
Some of Professor Intriligator’s current research projects include research on:
- Next Gen Baggage Screening Systems (DHS funded)
- Gestural Interfaces for Holographic Displays (Navy Funded)
- Multisensory Data Exploration System (Missile Defense Funded)
- Soft-Robotics Innovation and Design
- VR for rehabilitation
- Autonomous Vehicles (AR within AVs, auditory cues, etc)
In addition, Intriligator is a “Tisch Faculty Fellow” – getting students to use their design skills to address social and civic issues.
Some recent publication include: