Jennie J. Gallimore, Ph.D.

Department:
Biomed Indust & Human Factor Engr
Title:
Professor and Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies
Address:
University Park 126, 3621 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001
Phone:
937-775-4901

Dr. Jennie J. Gallimore is a Professor of Industrial and Human Factors Engineering in the Department of Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering at Wright State University. She also holds a Joint Appointment as a Professor in the Department of Surgery in the Boonshoft School of Medicine. She is the Director of the Ohio Center of Excellence in Human-Centered Innovation at Wright State University.

She received her Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 1989 and holds a Masters degree in Psychology.

Dr. Gallimore applies human factors and cognitive engineering principles to the design of complex systems. She has worked in the research domains of visualization of information, aviation, unmanned aerial systems, health care systems, petrochemical, and virtual environments to name a few. Dr. Gallimore has published over 60 technical articles and has taught 12 different courses related to human factors engineering.

She is a recipient of the 2001 AIAA Simulation and Modeling Best Paper Award, and the WSU College of Engineering and Computer Science Excellence in Research Award 2001/2002. Three of her Ph.D. students received the Stanley N. Roscoe award for best dissertation in Aviation Human Factors (2000, 2003, 2007).

Research

NHSTA Driver Distraction and Cell Phone Use
  • Driver distraction continues to grow as new technologies keep us connected.
  • NHTSA provides safety guidelines and regulations. 
  • Research provides opportunities for developing new technology for transportation vehicles, road systems, sensing technologies Investigating protocols for testing cell phone usage while driving.
Synthetic Humans for Cross Cultural Competency
  • Next Generation Air Space System
  • Vision - Establish Dayton and Ohio as the place for NextGen research and development
  • 3-year cooperative agreement with FAA
Sponsors
Curriculum Vitae: 

Academics

Winter - IHE 765-01 Engineering Health Systems

Students Advised: 
Current Students
  • Jennifer Cloud-Buckner, PhD Candidate
  • April Barnes, - PhD Candidate
  • Chang-Geun Oh - PhD student
  • Cassandra Ralls, - PhD Student
  • Steven Harrell, MS Student
  • Danny Munoz, MS Student
  • Vijay Upadhyay, MS Student
  • Steven Kiss, MS Student
  • Nathaniel Bridges, MS Student
Graduated Students
  • Kristen Liggett, PhD. Â
  • Joseph "Christopher" Jenkins, PhD
  • Michael Stephens, MD, PhD
  • Kendal Roberts, PhD
  • Andrew McKinley, PhD
  • Sasanka Prabhala, PhD
Masters with Thesis Option
  • Mary McWesler, MS
  • Brian Tidball, Â MS

Professional

Publications: 
  • Lucas, J.R. and Gallimore, J.J. (2000). Evalulation of human performance in a simulated UCAV control station. In Proceedings of the Summer Computer Simulation  Conference (SCSC), July 17 - July 21, 2000.
  • Gallimore, J.J., Patterson, F.R., Brannon, N.G., and Nalepka, J.P. (2000). The opto-kinetic cervical reflex during formation flight. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 2000;71:812-821
  • Gerace, J. and Gallimore, J.J. Evaluation of Visual Display Techniques for Assembly Sequence Planning (In Press). Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing.
  • Gallimore J. J., Brannon, N. G., Patterson, F.R., and Nalepka, J.P. (1999). Effects of FOV and aircraft bank on pilot head movement and reversal errors during simulated flight. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 70(12):1152-60.
  • Gallimore, J.J. and Stouffer J. (In Press) Developing an Algorithm for Automatic Control of Luminance in Cockpits. International Journal of Aviation Psychology.
  • Wesler, M., Lucas, J., Gallimore, J.J. , and Marshak, W.P. (1999). Managing Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Information Employing a Reduced Area / Depth Separated Display. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 43rd Annual Meeting, (pp. In press) Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
  • Stanney, K.M., Salvendy, G., Deisigner, J., DiZio, P., Ellis, S., Ellison, E., Fogleman, G., Gallimore, J., Hettinger, L., Kennedy, R., Lackner, J., Lawson, B., Maida, J., Mead, A., Mon-Williams, M., Newman, D., Piantanida, T., Reeves, L., Riedel, O., Singer, M., Stoffregen, T., Wann, J., Welch, R., Wilson, J., Witmer, B. (1998). Aftereffects and sense of presence in virtual environments: Formulation of a research and development agenda. Report sponsored by the Life Sciences Division at NASA Headquarters. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 10(2), 135-187.
  • Gallimore, J.J., Brannon, N.G., and Patterson F.R. (1998). The Effects of Field-of-View on Pilot Head Movement During Low Level Flight. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 42nd Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL (pp. 6-10).
  • Gallimore, J.J., Stouffer, J.M., Brannon, N.G., and McCracken J. (1998). Developing Automatic Luminance Controls for Liquid Crystal Displays in Military Cockpits. In Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Columbus OH., pp 294-297.
  • Patterson F. R., Cacioppo, A. J., Gallimore, J.J., Hinman, G.E., and Nalepka, J.P. (1997). Aviation spatial orientation in relationship to head position and attitude interpretation. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 68(6), 463-471.
  • Gallimore, J.J. Chen, J. and Chen, C.L.P.,(1996). Three-Dimensional  Visualizations and Interactions for the Design of Large Scale Manufactured Objects. An Application of Computer-Aided Assembly Planning. Final Technical Report for ONR. Department of BHE, Wright State University, Dayton, OH 45435.
  • Gallimore, J.J., Chen J., and Chen, C.L.P. (1996) Computer-based aiding for Assembly Planning. In Manufacturing Agility and Hybrid Automation -I., (R. Koubek and W. Karwowski Eds) p 628-631. Louisville, KY: IEA Press.
  • Narayanan, S, and Gallimore, J.J. (1996). Computer-based aiding for pruning search space in manufacturing planning. In Manufacturing Agility and Hybrid Automation -I., (R. Koubek and W. Karwowski Eds) p 632-635. Louisville, KY: IEA Press.
  • Gallimore, J.J., McCracken, J.R., and Gerace, J. (1995). Hardware and human factors issues for military automatic brightness controls. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 39th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. (pp. 89-93).
  • Brown, M.E. and Gallimore, J.J. (1995). Visualizing of 3-D Structures During Computer-Aided Design. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 7, 37-56.
  • Philips C.A., Gallimore, J. J. , and Hendershot, D. M. (1995) Walking while utilizing a sensory feedback systems with an electrical muscle stimulation gait orthosis. Medical Engineering and Physics, 17, 507-513.
  • Brown, M.E., and Gallimore, J. J. (1994) Visualization of CAD objects using a stereoscopic display. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, (pp. 1295-1299) Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
  • Gallimore, J.J., Mitta, D. and Gerace, J. (1994). Recognizing the need for human factors in advanced manufacturing. In Proceedings of the 3rd Industrial Engineering Research Conference, May 18-19, 1994, Atlanta, GA, (pp. 360 - 365).
  • Gallimore, J. J. (1994). Human factors considerations in the design of an assembly planning system. In Proceedings of the 12th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomic Association, August 15-19, Toronto, Canada. Vol 4, (pp 83-85).
  • Gallimore, J.J., and Crabtree, J.(1994). Automatic generation of assembly plans: human factors considerations. In Human Performance in Automated Systems: Current Research and Trends (M. Mouloua and R. Parasuraman Eds). p 282-286. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
  • Gallimore, J. J. and Brown M.E. (1993) Visualization of 3-D Computer-Aided Design Objects. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 5, 361-382.
  • Gallimore, J.J. and Brown, M.E. (1993) Effectiveness of the C-Sharp: Reducing Ergonomic Problems at VDT Workstations. Applied Ergonomics, 24, 327-336.
  • Gallimore, J. J., Farley, W.W., and Snyder, H.L. (1991). Effects of spatial luminance nonuniformities on visual-task performance and subjective uniformity. Displays, 12, 147 - 155.
  • Snyder, H.L., Decker, J.J. Lloyd, C.J.C., and Dye, C. (1990) Effect of image polarity on VDT task performance. In Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 34th Annual Meeting (pp. 1447-1451). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors Society.
  • Snyder, H.L., Decker, J.J. Lloyd, C.J.C., and Dye, C. (1990) Effect of image polarity on VDT task performance. In Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 34th Annual Meeting (pp. 1447-1451). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors Society.
  • Decker, J. J., Dye, C. J., Kurokawa, K., and Lloyd, C. J. C. (1988). Effects of display failures and symbol rotation on visual search using dot-matrix symbols. In Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 32nd Annual Meeting (pp. 1386-1390). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors Society.
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