Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Worldwide is currently
hiring adjunct faculty to teach MSHF 618 – Virtual Environments,
Simulation, and Robotics.
The course examines the role of virtual, robotic, and simulated
environments as a means to further the fields of aerospace,
medicine, and engineering and their impact on the enhancement of
communications, operations, and training interface between humans
and computers or other complex systems. It also researches
applications in advanced robotics, simulation, and virtual
environments and evaluates the benefits and challenges to the human
interface and effective environments. Systemic resolutions to
challenges are also discussed.
A minimum of a Doctorate degree in discipline is required (please
see list of acceptable disciplines below), as well as relevant
industry experience from within the last 7 years.
Applicable Professional Certification
Degrees Within the Teaching Discipline
- Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP)
- Psychology - General / Cognitive
- Engineering, cognate or extensive experience in discipline
- Human Factors
- Training and Simulation