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Dr. Jie (Jay) Xu is a human factors engineer who has studied the principles and methods of human factors and ergonomics, human-computer interaction, and systems engineering and their application in the design of sociotechnical systems in healthcare and nuclear power industries. He has conducted human factors research related to trust in technology, group affect, team physiological compliance, physician-patient communication, user-centered design, simulation training, and event reporting. These studies were conducted in various environments, such as the laboratory, primary care, emergency care, surgical room, intensive care, cancer care, and nuclear power main control room.

His current research interest is the measurement and prediction of human stress responses and understanding how such responses influence human-human and human-computer system interactions and performance. He focused his research on understanding team performance under stress using neuroergonomics methods. His goal is to advance the theory and practice of human factors engineering and design effective, efficient, and safe work systems.

Dr. Xu currently holds an Assistant Professor (研究员) position in the Center for Psychological Sciences, Zhejiang University. He also holds an Adjunct Assistant Professor appointment in the Department of Anesthesiology, School of Medicine, Vanderbilt University. He completed his postdoctoral training in the Center for Research and Innovation in System Safety (CRISS), Vanderbilt University. He received his Ph.D. in industrial and systems engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.

Research Areas:
Human factors and ergonomics, human-computer interaction, neuroergonomics, human performance under stress, trust in technology, teamwork and shared technology, healthcare systems, user-centered design