Jordan R. Hill

Expertise: Human Factors Engineering
Affiliation: Purdue University
Certification/Education: B. Eng (Aerospace), Ryerson University, Canada

BASALT Research Objectives

Physiological monitoring; task workload assessment; team coordination


Jordan is working towards a PhD in Industrial Engineering at Purdue University as a part of Dr. Barrett Caldwell’s Group Performance Environments Research (GROUPER) Laboratory. She has a Bachelor of Engineering in Aerospace Engineering with a minor in Psychology from Ryerson University (Toronto, Canada). Her research is focused on enabling “free range” ambulatory monitoring of physiological parameters to enable EVA tasks to be monitored in terms of “mapping performance to plan” for the human crew member in a distributed, latency-constrained exploration task setting