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Mechanical Engineering
1513 University Ave
Madison, WI 53706

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Ranjana Mehta’s research examines the mind-motor-machine nexus using a novel neuroergonomics approach to understand, monitor, and predict human performance under fatigue and stress. With these predictions, research in her lab focuses on developing closed-loop human augmentation technologies (sensory, neural, physiological) for safety-critical applications (emergency response, space exploration, and oil and gas).  Projects in her lab are funded by numerous agencies and industries and include user-centered and equitable design and evaluation of adaptive interfaces (AR/VR), wearable technologies, human-robotic interactions (HRI), and brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) to facilitate effective human-technology partnerships.

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