AgeLab Research Scientist Bryan Reimer received the Jack A. Kraft Innovator Award from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES).
The Jack A. Kraft Innovator Award was established in 1970 by the HFES to recognize significant efforts to extend or diversify the application of human-factors principles and methods to new areas of endeavor. Reimer accepted the award at the HFES annual meeting on Oct. 29 in Seattle, Washington.
“It’s quite an honor to receive a professional award of this magnitude and be recognized alongside human-factors leaders that I’ve revered, and who have shaped the profession,“ says Reimer. “I am grateful for the support of my colleagues, who for over two decades have collaborated with me on this work. This collaboration, in combination with the appetite for innovation at MIT, I believe has positioned me to receive this award.”
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