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Paris F. Stringfellow

Research Assistant Professor
Instructor in Civil Engineering MENGR Program

1 Research Dr.
Suite 400-1
Greenville, SC 29607

Phone: (864) 905-4685
Email:  fparis@clemson.edu

Education

Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, Clemson University, 2007
M.S., Industrial Engineering, Clemson University, 2005
B.S., Industrial Engineering, Clemson University, 2003

Research Areas

Investigating human error within socio-technical complex systems and cyber-physical-social systems with applications in cybersecurity, decision making under risk, and advanced manufacturing.

Selected Publications

Hollern, J.M., Stringfellow, P.F., “Considerations for integrating cyber security requirements into the nuclear facility emergency preparedness plan,” 9th International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Plant Instrumentation, Control and Human-Machine Interface Technologies, NPIC and HMIT 2015, Charlotte, NC (February, 2015)

Stringfellow, P.F., Gibson M.P., “Peer-checking in a nuclear power plant digital main control room,” 8th International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Plant Instrumentation, Control and Human-Machine Interface Technologies, NPIC and HMIT 2012, San Diego, CA (July, 2012)

Stringfellow, P., Gramopadhye, A. “Using body discomfort correlations to assist in ergonomic inspections of computer users,” Contemporary Ergonomics 2009

Berry, K. A., Stringfellow, P. F., Shappell, S. A., "Considering Trends among Industrial Accidents: A Preliminary Meta Analysis of HFACS Causal Factors across Industries." Annual Conference for the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, San Antonio, TX, 2009.

Berry, K. A., & Stringfellow, P. F., (2009). “A New Framework for Risk Modeling Systems: Incorporating Human Error.” In Proceedings of the Industrial Engineering Research Conference Proceedings 2009, Miami, FL.

Stringfellow, P.F. and Gramopadhye, A.K., “Classification and Evaluation of Selective Attention Tasks for Multiple-Monitor Computer Workstations”, in Proceedings of the Human Computer Interaction International Conference, Beijing, P.R. China, July 23-27, 2007.

Courses Taught at Clemson

IE 3010: Systems Design I

IE 4870/6870: Industrial Safety I

IE 4880/6880: Human Factors Engineering

IE 4880: Human Factors Engineering (online)

CE8500: Design Thinking for Risk Engineering (online)

Courses at UNC Charlotte

SEGR 3103: Human-Systems Interfaces

SEGR 2016: Engineering Economic Analysis (online)

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