Department of Systems Engineering & Management

Department of Systems Engineering & Management
AFIT Faculty: Capt Christina F. Rusnock
CONTACT INFORMATION
Name: Capt Christina F Rusnock
Title: Assistant Professor of Systems Engineering
Commercial Phone: 937-255-3636 (4611)
DSN Phone: 785-3636 (4611)
EDUCATION

Ph.D.      Industrial Engineering, 2013

                Human Factors Engineering Specialty
                University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
               
 
M.S.       Industrial Engineering, 2011
               Systems Engineering Specialty
               University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
 
 
M.S.       Research and Development Management, 2008
               Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
               Grade Point Average: 4.0 of 4.0
 
 
B.A.        Economics-Government, Leadership Concentration, 2004
               Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, CA

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Human Performance Modeling
  • Computer Simulation Modeling
  • Discrete Event Simulation Modeling         
  • Cognitive Workload
  • Adaptive Automation      
         
EXPERTISE
  • HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING
  • HUMAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATION
  • SIMULATION
  • SIMULATION MODELING AND ANALYSIS
  • BEHAVIORAL MODELING
  • HUMAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATION
  • INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
  • SIMULATION
  • SIMULATION MODELING AND ANALYSIS
PUBLICATIONS & RESEARCH PAPERS

 

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Borghetti, B., Miller, M., Peterson, G., Rusnock, C. (2013). “AFIT Adaptive Automation Research Portfolio,” Alliance for Human Effectiveness and Advancement Autonomy Showcase, Dayton, OH, December 10, 2013.

 

 

REFEREED JOURNAL PAPERS
Rusnock, Christina F. and Pamela McCauley-Bush, (2012). “An Evaluation of Restaurant Noise Levels and Contributing Factors.” Journal of Occupational & Environmental Hygiene, 9(6), D108-D113. (2012 Impact Factor: 1.278)
 
 
REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS ACCEPTED ON THE BASIS OF FULL PAPER REVIEW
Rusnock, C.F., & Geiger C.D. (2013). The Impact of Adaptive Automation Invoking Thresholds on Cognitive Workload and Situational Awareness. Proceedings of the 2013 Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, Sept 30-Oct 4, 2013.
 
 
REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS ACCEPTED ON THE BASIS OF ABSTRACT REVIEW
Rusnock, C.F., & Geiger C.D. (2013). Using Discrete-Event Simulation for Cognitive Workload Modeling and System Evaluation. Proceedings of the 2013 Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) Industrial & Systems Engineering Research Conference (CD-ROM), San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 18-22, 2013.