Daniel Hannon

Daniel Hannon

574 Boston Ave, Room 318F
Research/Areas of Interest:

human factors, airspace systems


  • Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, Brown University, Providence, United States, 1991
  • Sc. M., Experimental Psychology, Brown University, Providence, United States, 1987
  • B.A., Psychology, Nazareth College, Rochester, United States, 1985
  • M. S., Community Mental Health Counseling, Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, United States, 2008


As a professor of the practice, Dan Hannon is engaged in the 'practice' of human factors engineering in industry, and also collaborates on research projects on campus. Presently, his work is focused in multiple areas, including transportation human factors, medical product design, educational technology, team performance, and the use of technology in mental health practice. His work includes system design, integration and analysis, as well as empirical investigation, human-in-the-loop simulation, and the modeling of human performance. As an educator, Hannon is particularly interested in the development of methods for teaching human factors engineering at the undergraduate and graduate levels and in the creation of learning opportunities for students.

Dan Hannon's broad interests include visual perception, product design, cognitive systems engineering, universal design, and assistive technology.