Faculty / David Aurelio

Education:

  • Ph.D., Human-Machine Systems, Northeastern University, 2002
  • M.S., Occupational Health and Safety Engineering, University of Michigan, 1985
  • B.S., Engineering Psychology, Tufts University, 1982

david.aurelio@tufts.edu

David Aurelio

Lecturer, Psychology Part-time Lecturer, Mechanical Engineering

David Aurelio has spent the interim in industry designing the user interfaces for consumer, medical and industrial products.  He has been awarded three design awards, and two contribution awards from various organizations.  To increase the focus on users, he started user experience groups at two companies.  He has held several positions for the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, and was a 10-year research review panelist for the National Research Council concerning Human Factors engineering.  He earned a mid-career Ph.D. that focused on how to present and visualize information to users of products and systems.

What Classes Do I Teach?

ENP 120 – Senior Capstone
ENP 220 – Masters Capstone
ENP 293 –
ENP 264 –
PSY 130 – Advanced Engineering Psychology

My Advice

Study hard, and promote yourself to let others know about your HFE knowledge and skills.