Welcome to the Behavior, Accessibility, and Technology (BAT) Lab
The mission of the Behavior, Accessibility, and Technology (BAT) Lab is to develop next-generation human-machine systems that can assist and support humans with technology in a wide range of application domains and to enhance human performance and optimize human well-being.
Our areas of research:
Aging and technology (gerontechnology)
Human behavior modeling
We are currently looking for new members who are enthusiastic about conducting human factors studies. Everyone is welcome to join, including graduate and undergraduate students who are excited about next-generation technology! Please contact the lab director if you are interested in working with the BAT Lab:
10/7: Dr. Huang presented a study on the effects of aging, physical exercise, and multimodal display on semi-autonomous vehicle takeover performance at the 65th HFES Annual Meeting. See details here.
10/14: Dr. Huang obtained his second Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) seed grant for a project with Dr. Etu on public transportation technology and older adults. See details here.