Cognitive Engineering Research Group (CERG)

CERG members study human-system integration in complex sociotechnical systems, focusing on critical care medicine, air traffic control, power systems, and air defence. CERG is associated with the Schools of ITEE, Psychology, and Medicine at UQ. The leader of CERG is Professor Penelope Sanderson.


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16 Jan 2017 to 28 Jan 2017
Visit from our colleague Dr Robert "Butch" Loeb

We are delighted to host Butch Loeb on his fourth visit to CERG and UQ. We reviewed activities and discussed initial steps on our new ARC grant "Rethinking auditory alarms".

7 Dec 2016
Hai-Ping Lim wins McElwain Prize for best individual thesis of 2016

Heartiest congratulations to Ping, who learned last night that she has received the McElwain Prize for the best individual thesis in the School of Psychology for 2016. Outstanding work, Ping!

30 Nov 2016
Congratulations to our 2016 honours students on their first-class honours degrees!

Congratulations to Tsz-Lok Tang, Caitlin Browning, Hai-Ping Lim and SokYee Leong on being awarded first-class honours degrees! This is an excellent achievement.

1 Nov 2016
Grant success - ARC Discovery Project "Rethinking auditory alarms"

ARC Discovery Project funding outcomes are announced today and CERG's "Rethinking auditory alarms" was awarded $381,000 for the period 2017-2019.