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Dr. Joel S. Greenstein

Dr. Joel S. GreensteinProfessor Emeritus

Department of Industrial Engineering
Freeman Hall, Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634-0920

Email: iejsg@clemson.edu

Education

BS, Mechanical Engineering
University of Illinois at Chicago, 1973

MS, Mechanical Engineering
Stanford University, 1974

PhD, Mechanical Engineering
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1979

Research Areas

User-centered design, Human-computer interaction, Computer-supported collaborative work and knowledge management, and Human factors in healthcare

Professional Awards

2014 Fellow, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
2011 CHI Conference Honorable Mention Paper Award
2005 CHI Conference Honorable Mention Paper Award

Selected Publications

Chalil Madathil, K., & Greenstein, J. S. “An investigation of the efficacy of collaborative virtual reality-based systems for remote moderated usability testing,” Applied Ergonomics (in press).

Chalil Madathil, K., Rivera-Rodriguez, A. J., Greenstein, J. S. & Gramopadhye, A. K. “Healthcare information on YouTube: A systematic review,” Health Informatics Journal, 21(3), pp. 173-194, 2015.

Gmitro, S. C., Greenstein, J. S., & Wilson, R. P. Design of a sign-out process to improve surgical safety. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 59th Annual Meeting, pp. 596-600, 2015.

Koikkara, R., Greenstein, J. S., & Chalil Madathil, K. The effect of graphic organizers on the performance of electronic consenting systems. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 59th Annual Meeting, pp. 466-470, 2015.

Chalil Madathil, K., Greenstein, J. S. & Koikkara, R. An investigation of the factors that predict a healthcare consumer’s use of anecdotal information available on the internet. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 58th Annual Meeting, pp. 604-608, 2014.

Ramachandran, M., Greenstein, J. S., McEvoy, M. B., & McEvoy, M. D. Using a context-sensitive ranking method to organize reversible causes of cardiac arrest in a cognitive aid. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 58th Annual Meeting, pp. 788-792, 2014.

Palmer, G., II, Abernathy, J. H., III, Swinton, G., Allison, D., Greenstein, J., Shappell, S., Juang, K., & Reeves. S. “Realizing improved patient care through human-centered operating room design: A human factors methodology for observing flow disruptions in the cardiothoracic operating room,” Anesthesiology, 119(5), pp. 1066-1077, 2013.

Courses Taught

IE 3010 Systems Design I
IE 3600 Industrial Applications of Probability and Statistics I
IE 3610 Industrial Applications of Probability and Statistics II
IE 3680, Professional Practice in Industrial Engineering
IE 4600/6600 Quality Improvement Methods
IE 8010 Design and Analysis of Human-Machine Systems
IE 8020 Design of Human-Computer Systems

Professional Affiliations

American Society for Engineering Education
Association for Computing Machinery
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
Institute of Industrial Engineers
User Experience Professionals Association