Kevin Lieberman

Welcome!  I am a Robotics PhD Candidate at the University of Michigan, researching how to support trust, transparency, and training in high-risk human-robot teams, such as aerospace, medical, and military systems. A member of the Michigan Robotics Institute and the Michigan Center for Ergonomics, my advisor is Professor Nadine Sarter. I expect to defend my thesis in December 2020.

I was awarded a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship from the Department of Defense and a Lawrence C. Fortier Memorial Scholarship from the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA). In addition, I received the University of Michigan's "Graduate Student of the Year" Student Leadership Award and the College of Engineering Distinguished Leadership Award.

Prior to beginning graduate school in Fall 2015, I worked for Metron Aviation, a subsidiary of Airbus ProSky, developing new air traffic management concepts and analyses. I graduated with Departmental Distinction in Mechanical Engineering from Duke University in 2012.
I can be reached at klieberm [at] umich [dot] edu.