Category: Psychology

Publications for Jeon

In Print

M. Jeon, T. M. Smith, J. W. Walker and A. S. Kuhl were recently published in N. Streitz and P. Markopoulos (Eds.): DAPI 2014, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) 8530 for their paper, “Constructing the immersive interactive sonification platform (iISoP)” pp. 337-348. The paper was published by Springer International Publishing Switzerland.
DOI
10.1007/978-3-319-07788-8_32
Print ISBN
978-3-319-07787-1
Online ISBN
978-3-319-07788-8

J. Sterkenburg, M. Jeon and C. Plummer were published in M. Kurosu (Ed). Human-Computer Interaction, Part II, HCII 2014, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) 8511 for their paper, “Auditory emoticons: Iterative design and acoustic characteristics of emotional auditory icons and earcons,” pp. 633-640. The paper was published by Springer International Publishing Switzerland.
DOI
10.1007/978-3-319-07230-2_60
Print ISBN
978-3-319-07229-6
Online ISBN
978-3-319-07230-2

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CLS at ICAD 2014

ICAD 2014Notables

PhD students Maryam Fakhr Hosseini and Steven Landry, both in the Mind Music Machine Lab, applied cognitive science and human factors graduate program, have been selected as ICAD 2014 ThinkTank (Doctoral Consortium) Scholars. They will present their research at a special pre-ICAD 2014 ThinkTank Symposium with leading scholars in the field of auditory display and sonification. The students will receive generous travel support for the conference from the National Science Foundation.

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On the Road

Assistant professor Myounghoon (Philart) Jeon (CLS) and his students presented three papers at the 20th International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD2014), in New York, June 22-25. M. Jeon, and Y. Sun, presented, “Design and Evaluation of Lyricons (lyrics + earcons) for Semantic and Aesthetic Improvements of Auditory Cues.” M.A. Nees, T. Gable, M. Jeon and B. N. Walker presented, “Prototype Auditory Displays for a Fuel Efficiency Driver Interface.” S.M. Fakhr Hosseini, A. Riener, R. Bose and M. Jeon presented, “‘Listen2dRoom’: Helping Visually Impaired People Navigate Indoor Environments Using an Ultrasonic Sensor-Based Orientation Aid.”

Philart also organized the first workshop on “Sonic Information Design” with international collaborators at this conference.

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Jeon Publishes in Presence: Teleoperations and Virtual Environments

Assistant Professor of CLS, Myounghoon “Philart” Jeon and his colleagues have recently published two articles in the journal Presence: Teleoperations and Virtual Environments. They published “Theory and Technological Implications of Subliminal Perception Research,” 23(1), iii-iv and “Anger Effects on Driver Situation Awareness and Driving Performance,” 23(1), 71-89.

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ACSHF Students Go to ICAD 2014

ICAD 2014PhD student Maryam Fakhr Hosseini and MS student Steven Landry, both in the Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors graduate program, have been selected as ICAD 2014 ThinkTank Scholars. They will present their research at a special pre-ICAD 2014 ThinkTank Symposium with leading scholars in the field of auditory display and sonification.

The students will receive generous travel support for the conference from the National Science Foundation. The ICAD ThinkTank will take place on June 21, 2014. ICAD 2014 will take place June 22-25, 2014 at NYU in New York City.

Assistant Professor Myounghoon “Philart” Jeon advises both students.

Retirement Party for Brad Baltensperger April 30, 2014

Brad Baltensperger
Brad Baltensperger

Brad Baltensperger, chair of the Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences and professor of geography, is retiring after 40 years at Michigan Tech. The campus community is invited to attend his retirement party on Wednesday, April 30, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., in Memorial Union Ballroom A2. Please join the department in celebrating his career and wishing him an enjoyable retirement. Refreshments will be provided!

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Belling Recognized at Student Leadership Awards

Last Friday, dozens of students, faculty and other members of the Michigan Tech community celebrated students’ achievements at the 20th Annual Student Leadership Awards.

Les Cook, vice president for student affairs and advancement, and Hannah Altscheffel, Tech’s 2013 Rising Star of the Year, hosted the ceremony.

The ceremony concluded with the recognition of a few other award winners, including Patrick Belling, who received Exceptional Graduate Student Leader.

Read more at Tech Today, by Monica Lester.

SURF Award for Yovich

This summer, the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program will fund 23 students from across the University with funds from the Vice President for Research and the Honors Institute. The total funding for the program this year is $80,500.

Among the recipients is Psychology major Faryn Yovich, working with Shane Mueller on “Relationship between Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Creativity in Children.”

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