|Name||Discipline||Role / Skills|
|Dr. Elizabeth DeBartolo||ME||Faculty Guide, Will work closely with the team on an on-going basis to facilitate success.|
|Professor John Kaemmerlen||ISE||Faculty Consultant, Will provide discipline technical support on an intermittent basis.|
|TBD||ISE||Teaching Assistant - Preferred ISE experience with designing devices for human use and regulated documentation practices.|
Roles: Project Leader, will manage
the project to ensure that the schedule is kept and
work is done thoroughly and accurately. Will be
forward looking to keep the team prepared for coming
challenges and to manage risk. Will work on
developing new or additional human interfaces for an
OSOA motion tracking system.
Skills: Strong organizational skills, leadership experience, and attention to detail. Experience in mechanical design.
Roles: Will assist in developing
procedures relevant to mechanical design. Will work
on developing new or additional human interfaces for
an OSOA motion tracking system.
Skills: Strong background in solid modeling and design.
Roles: Will primarily work on
developing intermediate mechanisms for verifying
project status and direction. Will develop
communication mechanisms to help improve the
communication between MSD teams and the Nazareth
College Physical Therapy Clinic.
Skills: Good interpersonal skills. Concentration in project management would be preferable.
Roles: Will work on developing
intermediate mechanisms for verifying project status
and direction. Will work to develop mechanisms for
Skills: Strong organizational skills. Experience in a regulated industry and/or ISO 9000-4.2.3
Roles: Will focus on alternative
design theories to incorporate additional methods for
including human considerations in design. Will also
focus on the ergonomic considerations for the human
Skills: Experience in ergonomics and human factors.