Kenyon has experience in the design of human-centered automation and decision support tools in complex domains such as air traffic control. He also has experience in identifying human performance issues related to flight deck design and the design and evaluation of digital avionics. His interests include utilizing virtual environments and simulations for training and system evaluation, as well as advocating for the consideration of issues related to human cognition early on in the design process.
Kenyon received an M.S. in Human Factors from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Central Florida. He is a member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Bruni, S., Riddle, K., & Marshall, H. (2014). A Decision Support System to Optimize Modeling and Simulation Experiment Design. Proceedings of the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), Orlando, FL.
Bruni, S., Riddle, K., Ortiz, A., Dumond, D., & Saffold, J. (2014). The Assisted Experimental Designer: A Decision Support System to Optimize Modeling and Simulation Experiment Design. MODSIM World 2014, April 2014, Hampton, VA.
Kirlik, A., Ackerman, K., Seefeldt, B., Xargay, E., Riddle, K., Talleur, D., Carbonari, R., Sha, L., & Hovakimyan, N. (In Press). Visualizing Automation in Aviation Interfaces. In J.M. Flach, P. Tsang, & M. Vidulich (Eds.), Advances in Aviation Psychology, Vol. 2. Ashgate.
Riddle, K., Kirlik, A., Talleur, D., Carbonari, R., Zhang, Y., Holbrook, J., Byrne, M., Beard, B., & Bauer, D. (2012). A comparison of visualization and command-based decision aiding in a simulated aircraft departure sequencing and timing task. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society’s 56th Annual Meeting, 233-237, Boston, MA.
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