Michael David Wilson

I’m a Forrest Prospect Fellow at the Future of Work Institute, Curtin University. My research is multidisciplinary, broadly spanning human factors, cognitive psychology, and the interaction between people and their work environment. I focus on the application and development of new statistical and computational research methods.

My current interests include: dynamic continuous time models, Bayesian cognitive models, applied machine learning, human-automation interaction, the dynamics of burnout and fatigue, and asynchronous recruitment processes. I am passionate about programming and can often be found tinkering with R or Emacs.

Using a demand-driven research model, I regularly collaborate with industry to conduct research that improves workplaces and scientific knowledge concurrently.