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Mike Byrne's Curriculum Vitae, the on-line version, minus publication information. Warning: not always entirely up-to-date.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (through Wyle Laboratories), #T72332, "Literature Review on Modeling and Simulation for Habitat/Vehicle Design and Assessment." Sole PI, $28,132 from 11/15/12 to 04/30/13.
National Institute of Standards and Technology grant #70NANB12H215, "Extending ACT-R for Typing on Mobile Devices." Sole PI, $118,787 from 10/1/2012 to 9/30/2014.
National Institute of Standards and Technology grant #60NANB12D249, "Usability Assessment of e2e Voting Systems." Co-PI. $198,296 from 09/01/12 to 08/31/14. National Institute of Standards and Technology contract #SB1341-11-RQ-0557, "Voting Systems: Analysis of Auditory Ballot Interfaces." Co-PI. $81,939. 10/1/2011 to 6/25/2013.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, "3X-TREAM: 3X Transparent Research Environment for Aviation Modeling." Co-PI. Rice portion: $398,362 over three years. 5/1/2009 to 4/30/2012.
National Science Foundation grant #IIS-0812569, "Cognitive Modeling of Human Motor Skill Acquisition." Co-PI. $430,993, from 8/1/2008 to 7/31/2011.
National Science Foundation grant #CNS-0524211, "A Center for Correct, Usable, Reliable, Auditable, and Transparent Elections." Co-PI. $7.5M total funding, $669, 661 allocated to Byrne, from 10/1/2005 to 9/30/2012.
Office of Naval Research grant #N00014-06-1-0056, "Systematic Error and Slowdown in the Execution of Routine Procedures." Sole PI. $238,638 from 10/1/2005 to 9/30/2008.
Office of Naval Research grant #N00014-03-1-0094, "Systematic Procedural Error." PI. $192,598, from 10/22/2002 to 9/31/2005.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration grant #NDD2-1321, "Integrated Modeling of Cognition and the Information Environment." PI. $273,578, from 03/01/2002 to 12/31/2004.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration grant #NCC2-1219, "Integrated Modeling of Cognition and the Information Environment." PIs: Michael D. Byrne & Alex Kirlik. $95,591, from 03/01/2001 to 9/30/2001.
Human factors/human-computer interaction, computational modeling/artificial intelligence, statistics, cognition, decision-making, memory.
Advanced Psychological Statistics I; Computational Modeling of Human Cognitive Processes; Foundations of Human Factors/Engineering Psychology; Reasoning, Problem Solving, and Decision Making; Introduction to Cognitive Psychology; Election Systems (interdisciplinary course with Computer Science and Political Science); Human-Computer Interaction; Human Factors and Ergonomics; Research Methods
|Summer 2012 - present||Professor, Rice University Department of Psychology, Human Factors/HCI research group and Cognitive research group. Also Professor of Computer Science.|
|Summer 2006 - Summer 2012||Associate Professor, Rice University Department of Psychology, Human Factors/HCI research group and Cognitive research group. Also Associate Professor of Computer Science.|
|Summer 1999 - Summer 2006||Assistant Professor, Rice University Department of Psychology, Human Factors/Human-Computer Interaction program.|
|Fall 1996 - Summer 1999||Postdoctoral Research Associate, Carnegie Mellon University. Primary project involved integration of production system models of cognition with theories of perception and action.|
|Summer 1995 - Summer 1996||Research Assistant for Professors Ashwin Ram, Mark Guzdial, John Stasko, College of Computing, and Richard Catrambone, Georgia Institute of Technology. Project: Design and evaluation of system using "cognitive media types" in instructional software.|
|Fall 1994 - Spring 1995||Research Assistant for Professors John Stasko, College of Computing, and Richard Catrambone, School of Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology. Project: Evaluating the effectiveness of animated demonstrations in teaching computer algorithms.|
|Summer 1993 and 1994||Research Assistant for Professor James Foley, College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology. Project: Integrating GOMS analysis with the UIDE design tool.|
|1992 - 1994||Teaching Assistant for the graduate statistics sequence under the direction of Professor Christopher Hertzog, School of Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology. Responsibilities included preparing a weekly 2.5-hour lecture/problem solving session for first-year graduate students, as well as generating and grading laboratory assignments and exams.|
|Summer 1991||HyperCard Engineer, Claris Corporation. Santa Clara, CA. Primary duties included development of HyperCard tools and external commands.|
|1990 - 1991||Tool Developer and Support Engineer, Apple Computer, Inc. Campbell, CA and Ann Arbor, MI. Primary project was Compatibility Checker 1.0, a software tool for evaluating the compatibility of applications and extensions with System 7.0. Also handled technical support issues within Apple.|
|1989 - 1991||Research Assistant for Professor David Kieras, Department of Psychology/EECS, University of Michigan. Assisted in the design and implementation of experiments, as well as handling subject running and data analysis.|
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