Doctor of Philosophy, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, May 1993, Specialization:Human Factors of Display Systems.
Master of Science, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Ohio University, Athens, OH, November 1989.
Bachelor of Science, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Ohio University, Athens, OH, June 1987.
My research interests generally fall within the domain of Human Systems Integration and include Human Factors Engineering application ot the design of Complex Systems. Recent areas of research have included HSI considerations for UAV systems, adaptive automation, human factors of advanced visual display and lighting systems, display image processing and mathematical and statistical modeling of human-system interactions.
The following are select publications:
1. Miller, M.E., Colombi, J.M. and Tvaryanas, A.P. (2013). Human Systems Integration, in Badiru, D. (ed.), Handbook of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Second Edition, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
2. Ochs, K.S.; Miller, M.E.; Thal, A.E.; and Ritschel, J.D. (in press). A proposed method for analyzing infrastructure investment decisions involving rapidly evolving technology: A case study in LED streetlights, Journal of Management in Engineering. Available on DOI Website: http://ascelibrary.org/doi/abs/10.1061/(ASCE)ME.1943-5479.0000177.
2.Gilman, J.M.; Miller, M.E. (2013) A simplified control system for a daylight-matched LED lamp, Lighting Research and Applications, 45(5), pp. 614-629.
3.Colombi, J.; Miller, M.E.; Schneider, M.; McGrogan, J.; Long, D.S. and Plaga, J. (2012) Predictive Mental Workload Modeling for Semi-Autonomous System Design: Implications for Systems of Systems, Journal of Systems Engineering, 15(4), pp. 448-460.
4.Miller, M.E. and Murdoch, M.J. (2009).RGB to RGBW conversion with current limiting for OLED displays, Journal of the Society for Information Display, 17(3), pp. 195-202.
5. Spindler, J.P., Hatwar, T.K., Miller, M.E., Arnold, A.D., Murdoch, M.J., Kane, P.J., Ludwicki, J.E., Alessi, P.J. and Van Slyke, S.A., (2006).System considerations for RGB OLED displays, Journal of the Society for Information Display, 14(1), pp. 37-48.
6. Arnold, A., Castro, P., Hatwar, T., Hettel, M., Kane, P., Ludwicki, J., Miller, M., Murdoch, M., Spindler, J., Van Slyke, S., Mameno, K., Nishikawa, R., Omura, T., and Matsumoto, S., (2005).Full-color AMOLED with RGBW Pixel Pattern, Journal of the Society for Information Display, 13(6), pp. 525-535.
7. Jin, E.W., Miller, M.E., Endrikhovski, S., and Cerosaletti, C.D. (2005).Creating a comfortable stereoscopic viewing experience:Effects of viewing distance and field of view on fusional range.In A.J. Woods, M.T. Bolas, J.O. Meritt, I.E. McDowall (Eds.), Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems XII, 5664 (pp. 10-21).Portland, OR.:Society of Photo-Optical and Instrumentation Engineers.
8.Loschky, L. C., McConkie, G. W., Yang, Y, and Miller, M. E. (2001).Perceptual Effects of a Gaze-Contingent Multi-Resolution Display Based on a Model of Visual Sensitivity, In Advanced Displays and Interactive Displays Fifth Annual Symposium, pp. 53-58.