|Biography:||Daniel Carruth is an Assistant Research Professor in the Human Factors and Ergonomics research group. He earned his PhD in the Applied Cognitive Science program in the Psychology Department at MSU in Summer 2008. Dr. Carruth leads a number of projects in the Driving Simulation Lab and the Human Performance Lab. |
|Research Interest: ||Daniel Carruth is interested in human perception, cognition and action in the context of real-world whole body tasks. Dr. Carruth's research interests currently include investigations of cognitive and physical factors impacting human performance in athletic, law enforcement and military domains. Dr. Carruth works with digital human models and develops and uses virtual environments for simulation and training.|
|Publications: ||Arya, A., Anderson, D., Bethel, C. L., & Carruth, D. (2013). Multi-Kernel Aggregation of Local and Global Features in Long Wave Infrared for Detection of SWAT Teams in Challenging Environments. SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing Conference. Baltimore, MD. [Abstract] |
Bethel, C. L., Eakin, D., Anreddy, S., Stuart, J. K., & Carruth, D. (2013). Eyewitnesses Are Misled by Human but Not Robot Interviewers. 8th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human Robot Interaction 2013. Tokyo, Japan. [Abstract]
Bethel, C. L., Carruth, D., & Garrison, T. M. (2012). Discoveries from Integrating Robots into SWAT Team Training Exercises. Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Symposium on Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics (SSRR 2012). College Station, TX.
Garrison, T. M., Williams, C., & Carruth, D. (2012). Sources of Cognitive Load in a Simulated Law Enforcement Patrol Task. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications. Portsmouth, NH: ACM SIGCHI.
Carruth, D., & Littell, N. (2007). Leveraging CATIA V5 and Virtools for Environment Simulation . COE 2007 Annual PLM Conference & TechniFair. Las Vegas, Nevada. [Abstract]
|Total Publications by this Author: 51|