Paul GreenResearch Professor and Leader Driver Interface Group
University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
Dr. Paul Green is a Research Professor in the Driver Interface Group at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) and an Adjunct Professor/Research Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering. He has a Ph.D. in Industrial & Operations Engineering and Psychology from the University of Michigan and is a BCPE Board-certified Human Factors Professional. He teaches courses on automotive human factors, human-computer interaction, and is the leader of the Human Factors Engineering Short Course, the flagship continuing education course in the field, now approaching its 60th year.
His recent research concerns augmented
reality displays, driver workload and distraction, HMIs for automated vehicles,
and other topics summarized in more than 300 publications (www.umich.edu/~driving). He is the lead author of 4 SAE Recommended
Practices, including SAE J2365 that estimate task times for using in-vehicle
interfaces and SAE J2944 that defines driving performance measures and