We are currently hiring adjunct faculty to teach MSHF 618-Human Factors in Virtual and Simulated Environments.
This course examines the relationship between the technologies used, the human component, the adverse physiological effects on the human, and the wide array of applications in which virtual and simulated environments are used in the elds of aviation, aerospace, medicine, simulation, training, and engineering. The course discusses various topics in advanced virtual and simulated environments such as fidelity, transfer of training, simulation, and simulator/cybersickness. Benefits and detriments of the use and implementation of technology are discussed along with a discussion of the physiological effects resulting from the use of this technology on the human component.
Please note that ERAU policy requires that all adjuncts be physically located within the United States while working for the University, including duringtraining.Presently,we are able to support work for new adjuncts from all U.S. states exceptCalifornia.ERAU does not support work from international locations with some limited exceptions for individuals who are residing and working from U.S. military bases.Qualifications
Doctoral degree that has a dissertation, cognate, or 18 graduate credit hours in any of the Teaching Disciplines within the doctoral program will be deemed a Related Discipline.
Significant levels of experience and responsibility in industry or government and experience in a field that directly involves the understanding and application of simulation, virtual environments, or robotics.
Applicable Professional Certification
Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)
Degrees Within the Teaching Discipline
General / Cognitive
Engineering, cognate or extensive experience in discipline