Arunkumar Pennathur

Visiting Associate Professor

(319)384-0554
2407 Seamans Center for the Engineering Arts and Sciences
Joined the College of Engineering: 
2012
Education: 
PhD, Industrial Engineering, University of Cincinnati 1999
Present Research Interests: 
Research training, interests and expertise in engineering education, healthcare delivery in low-resource settings, designing for older adults, training and skills acquisition, human performance modeling, mental and physical workload modeling, planning and problem navigation.
Selected Publications: 

Global Perspectives On Human Work Productivity (Editors: S. Kumar, A. Mital and A.
Pennathur), CRC Press (Taylor & Francis), New York, NY

A. Mital, A. Pennathur and R. Senapati {PhD student}. Productivity Improvements in Resource Constrained
Environments: A Systematic Framework, In: A. Mital and A. Pennathur (Editors), Industrial
Resource Utilization and Productivity
, Momentum Press, New Jersey, USA, 2010.

A. Mital, A. Pennathur and R. Senapati {PhD student}. Humans and Technologies in Symbiotic
Relationships: A Joint Optimization Framework for Enhancing Effectiveness, In: A. Mital and A.
Pennathur (Editors), Industrial Resource Utilization and Productivity, Momentum Press, New Jersey,
USA, 2010.

A. Pennathur. Ergonomic Design for Older Adults, In: G. Lesnoff-Caravaglia (Editor), Gerontechnology:
Growing Old in a Technological Society
, Charles C. Thomas Publishers Ltd, Springfield, IL: pp.
153-181, 2007.

Ruiz-Torres, A. J., J. Zhang, J., E. Zapata, A. Pennathur, R. Rhodes, C. McCleskey, and M. Cowen,
A Reliability, Maintainability, and Safety Model to Support the Assessment of Space Vehicles. International
Journal of Quality and Reliability Management
. In Print, 2009.

Sobieraj, J.A., Harris, M. D., Pennathur, A. and Gutierrez, R.S. Modeling Hospital Response to Mild
and Severe Influenza Pandemic Scenarios Under Normal and Expanded Capacities. Military Medicine,
Vol 172, May 2007.

 

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